High School Sports

  • Braves gallop over Greenup

    As the homecoming festivities began on Sept. 15 with the parade from the Dry Ridge Outlet mall to Grant County High School, the big game was still another day away.

    The Braves didn’t disappoint as they scored 45 points in a 30-point win over Greenup County Sept. 16.

  • ON THE RUN: Braves finish 11th at home invitational

    Unlike in 2010, when the cross country teams ran in pouring rain, the sky was blue and the sun was shining down on Sherman Elementary for the 38th annual Grant County Invitational Sept. 10.

    “I do better in heat so it helped me out a lot,” Braves senior Tyler Edmondson said.

    Edmondson ran a personal best 17:17 in route to a 19th place finish individually.

    “Out of 200 runners, to finish in the top 20, it felt really good to get a medal,” he said. “I set a personal record by about nine seconds.”

  • Soccer teams prep for tournament

    The Grant County soccer teams will be getting ready for the Dry Ridge Toyota Classic Sept. 17 at Grant County Middle School.

    But, for both the Lady Braves and Braves, the past week has seen some struggles.

    On Sept. 9, the girls traveled to Covington to face Calvary Christian and for the first time this season, the Lady Braves left a game without a win.

  • Braves want win on Homecoming night

    Now that the Braves have a win under the belt, their coach David Arvin said the team will be preparing to learn how to win more games as they get ready for their homecoming game against Greenup County at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 16.

    “These guys were so excited and to get that first win, you had to be proud for the work they have put in to get that win and with that win other things will snowball in for us and we can get some more wins,” he said. “Hopefully we took the first step to learning how to win more games.”

  • Where were you when the towers were hit on 9/11?

    “On 9/11, I was home.  My son called me and told me to turn on the TV and that is what I did for most of the rest of the day.”
    - Marcus Camacho
    Grant County girls golf coach

    “I can remember sitting there in the classroom and watching the teachers talking about it. They were freaking out and we weren’t sure what to think, at that point.”
    - Tiffany Foley
    Williamstown volleyball

  • Week 2 Player of the Week

    Grant County High School  senior Lucas Button was named the player of the week for his performance against Owen County. Lucas had nine tackles and battled back from a serious illness. The award is sponsored by Carolyn Thomas Thompson, State Farm Insurance.

  • Braves get first win against Henry County

    When: Sept. 1
    Where: GCMS
    What: The Braves got their first win of the season, defeating Henry County 7-0, led by a three-goal hat trick by senior Brian Chapman.

  • Braves host Grant County Invite

    When: Sept. 10
    Where: Eagle Creek Country Club
    What: The Braves golf team led by senior Tim Livingood will tee off in the annual Grant County Invitational. Tee times are to be announced.

  • Braves host 38th Grant County Invite

    Grant County High School is proud to extend an invitation to the 38th Annual Grant County Cross Country Invitational Meet. This year’s event will be held on Sept. 10, at the Sherman Elementary School.

  • W’town falls to Walton-Verona

    After an exciting win over Grant County, the excitement ended almost as quick as it began, when the Lady Demons fell to Walton-Verona in the All A Classic.

    The Lady Demons weren’t able to keep up with Walton-Verona, losing in two sets in the second round Sept. 3 at Williamstown High School.