Local News

  • Grant County Marching Band receives Reserve Grand Champion

    Name of Competition: Eastern High School Eagle Classic at Eastern in Louisville on Sept. 19, 2015.

    Ranking and Awards:  Reserve Grand Champion first in Class AAAA

    Names of other bands participating:  North Hardin, Boyle County, South Oldham, Meade County, Bullitt East, DuPont Manual, Butler Traditional, Ballard, Bullitt Central, Atherton, Rowan County, Louisville Southern, Martha Layne Collins and North Oldham.

    Score:  65.25

  • Lady Braves triumph against Lady Rebels

    The Grant County Lady Braves volleyball team didn’t take long to dismantle the Lady Rebels from Owen County on Tuesday, September 15 at Grant County High School.  The Lady Braves improve to 14-6 on the season with the victory.

  • Lady Demons beat Calvary Christian in two close sets

    The Williamstown Lady Demons volleyball team squeezed out a win Sept. 25 after beating Calvary Christian in two close sets.

    The Lady Demons won 25-22 and 26-24, moving the team’s record to 3-10 as the season passes the midway point.

    In the first set, WHS seemed to control the action early on.
    They were able to keep serve for most of the set and maintained their momentum all the way to a 18- 9 lead.

    However, the Lady Cougars would not be taken out of the game, and began to capitalize off a few of the Lady Demons’ mistakes.


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  • Braves get the W with 36-22 victory over Rowan

    The Grant County Braves got back in the winning column Sept. 18 against Rowan County after two close, hard-fought defeats in a row.

  • Lawson becomes Braves’ all-time rushing leader

    Senior running back Hunter Lawson continued to break records Sept. 29 as the Grant County Braves football team notched their third win of the season.
    A third-year starter, Lawson rushed for 119 yards in the game and became the school’s all-time career rushing leader.
    Lawson has rushed for 1,781 yards for the Braves during his tenure, eclipsing former school recorder holder, Mitch Howard.

    Howard ran for 1,708 yards during the 1994-97 seasons.

  • Lady Braves notch 2-1 win against Villa Madonna
  • Lady Demons fall 3-0 to SK
  • Braves shut out in second half, fall 34-27

    Grant County could easily be 4-0 on the season, but a second consecutive tough loss has the Braves with a 2-2 record.

    Despite having a two touchdown lead late in the first half, GCHS fell 34-27 on Sept. 11 to Harrison County.

    The Thorobreds gained 408 yards on the Braves while holding Grant to 254, including only 39 rushing yards.

    “We have to really focus on keeping the intensity we start the game with and finish,” coach Kevin Siple said. “We can’t let up when we have a lead. We must play four quarters.”

  • GCHS loses 6-0 to Pioneers in district battle

    The Grant County Braves boys’ soccer team looked to move up in the Region Eight standings on Sept. 10 against the tough Simon Kenton team on the road, but it was a rough night for the Braves.

    The game went in the favor of Simon Kenton Pioneers with a score of 6-0.
    The loss moved the Braves record to 4-3-1 on the season.

    Early in the game, it was tough for either team to get any momentum.
    Both teams looked to have stout and intense defensive pressure that was able to frustrate the opposition.