Today's Sports

  • Sports Beats

    Tristan Mitchell wins Tri-State Golf Classic Saturday
    Harrison County golfer Tristan Mitchell competed in the Tri-State Golf Classic last Saturday in Florence Kentucky and finished in first place.  
    The Harrison Middle School student and HCHS golfer played on the World of Golf Course in Boone County and shot a winning 76 (37-39).  Mitchell competed with 19 other golfers in the contest.

    Cheerleaders third in Region competition, advance to Lexington, Saturday

  • Fillies basketball looking...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    Coach Kim Marshall knows that cupcakes only fatten you and certainly do not make you tougher.  This relates to the basketball schedule facing the Fillies for the 2018-19 season. 
    Gone are the Augusta and St. Pat’s of the world.  In their place stands Ballard in Louisville, West Jessamine in Nicholasville, Lexington Catholic in Lexington as well as Cooper, Lafayette and Madison Central on the Hilltop. 

  • Breds battle past East Carter 12...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    The Harrison County Thorobreds won the first-round playoff match with East Carter in a different way Friday night but it was a win.  In the playoffs it is win and advance and there are no extra points for style or method.
    East Carter ran 70 plays from scrimmage Friday to just 32 for the Breds.  The Raiders ran for 241 yards on 57 carries and threw for 34 yards on three for 13 passing.   

  • HCMS volleyball rosters released

    The Harrison County Middle School volleyball team coached by Lonnie Tolson will begin play on Thursday, Nov. 8 with a home match with Lexington Christian. The rosters for the teams are as follows:

    Sixth Grade    Seventh Grade        Eighth Grade
    Emma Bolton    Anneka Blankenship    Lily Winkle
    Jolie Hill    Marissa Taylor        Dani Martin

  • Springboks
  • Cheerleader of the Week
  • Mike's Minute

    I am already missing the fall sports at Harrison County though football is not over and may not be for a bit and cheerleading is going into the regional this weekend. 
    As a school system, we did pretty well for ourselves with three district championships, a district runner-up as well as Bluegrass Conference runners-up in both seventh and eighth grade football. 
    While we are considering the middle school, the Fillies and Colts basketball were all improved especially the sixth grade Fillies. Volleyball is just starting at HCMS.

  • Golf awards banquet sees five...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    Coach Jason Crisp held the annual Harrison County High School golf awards banquet Monday evening at the Cynthiana Country Club.  The festivities began with the golfers playing a nine-hole scramble while the parents waited and helped Mrs. Jean Jones prepare the meal.