Today's Sports

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  • Cooperative Dove Field Program...

    Kentucky farmers can earn extra cash by enrolling in the Cooperative Dove Field Program. Enrollment is currently underway and continues until March 1.
    The Cooperative Dove Field Program pays landowners to lease fields on their property for public dove hunting.
    “Landowners may earn up to $10,000 in the Cooperative Dove Field Program,” said Rocky Pritchert, migratory bird biologist for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. “They earn $300 per acre planted.”

  • Breds ice Polar Bears, lose...

    The weekend of Thorobreds basketball went from a tremendous high on Friday with a 91-55 win at Bracken County to a low with a 63-61 loss at home to Campbell County on Saturday night.
    The Bracken County game saw the Thorobreds start fast with an early lead as junior D.J. Jenkins and sophomore Zack Pulliam lit up the scoreboard with 15 of the Breds 21 first stanza points.  
    The younger Pulliam was starting in place of junior Trenton Thompson, who was ill and unable to play. Pulliam took advantage of his chance.  

  • HCMS cheerleaders are conference...

    The Harrison County Middle School cheerleaders traveled to Winchester Saturday to compete in the Bluegrass Conference cheer competition and came home the big winners.  
    The contest was held at Conkwright Middle School with all of the area middle school cheer teams on hand to make for a challenging day.  
    The Harrison County girls placed first in the small division and their score in that performance gave them the best total of the day which placed them ahead of all teams in all divisions.  

  • Harrison County archers advance...

    Harrison County’s elementary archery team finished first and the high school team finished second in the KHSAA and NASP regional in Williamstown last Saturday.  
    The Harrison County Middle School squad was sixth of 17 teams but just missed qualifying for the state though Steven Oaks did qualify with a score of 272.
    The elementary school won the five-team division with the first and second place elementary shooter in the competition.  

  • Sports this week

    Friday, Feb. 14
    Thorobreds vs. Mason Co. (H)
    Senior Night for Cheer and Dance between games
    Youth Basketball Night Varsity halftime
    Saturday, Feb. 15  
    Fillies vs. East Jessamine (A) 6/7:30 p.m.
    Thorobreds vs. Collins (H) 6/7:30 p.m.
    Boys Basketball Senior Night between games
    Mini Cheer Night Half Time
    Monday, Feb. 17  
    Thorobreds vs. Holmes (A) 6/7:30 p.m.
    Fillies vs. Scott High (H) 6/7:30 p.m.
    Girls Basketball Senior Night between games

  • Harrison County wrestlers win...

    Coach Luke Tucker’s Harrison County Thorobreds wrestling team are rounding into shape at just the right time.  
    The grapplers headed to Hazard last weekend and swept through an eight-team tournament with only six matches lost out of 43. Many of those were losses to teammates.  
    The region tournament is this week so it appears that the wrestling coaches have the team ready for another run at a region title and then some great performances at the state meet.

  • Fillies lose two weekend games...

    The Harrison County Fillies put up a good battle Friday night when they played host to the Lady Mustangs of Bishop Brossart only to lose by a 48 to 36 margin.  
    Foul trouble for senior center Jordan Doram spelled trouble for the Fillies in this game. Brossart took advantage of her time on the bench to take a lead that the Harrison County girls could not overcome.  
    Harrison County played the second rated team in the 10th Region close in the first period trailing only 14 to 11 after the opening session ended.  

  • A couple happenings

    It’s only Monday and I can’t get some issues out of my mind, some good, some not so good in my opinion.  
    I am going to write about each of them if only to think my way through them if for no other reason.
    First the positive because it is always good to find positive thoughts on Monday.
    The Harrison County cheerleaders finished 12th in the nation on Sunday. That is good, maybe great or even grand.