High School Sports


    The Williamstown Lady Demons and the Grant County Lady Braves met Dec. 14 to battle for a win while also uniting for the season’s second Coaches vs. Cancer event, with proceeds being donated to the Grant County Relay For Life.
    Williamstown’s gym was stuffed with supporters of both teams who were excited to see the season’s first meeting of the cross-town rivals. The game did not disappoint as both teams played to their full potential and gave the crowd a nail-biter until the final buzzer.

  • Lady Braves prepare for Pendleton Classic

    The Grant County Lady Braves and the Williamstown Lady Demons  both worked hard defensively and offensively when they met for the first time this season.
    Despite the Lady Demons effort, they fell short when the Lady Braves came out with a win.
    Billie Hearn scored 19 of the 53 points for the Lady Braves.
    “We played as a team even though sometimes we rushed the ball and our defense was good tonight, if it was not for the help of my teammates I would not of had this many points,” Hearn said.

  • Grant Co. Braves run over the Calvary

    By Jerry Morris

    The Grant County Braves came out to play very focused on what they needed to do at the Dec. 13 meeting against Calvary Christian after a disappointing loss Tuesday night to the Ryle Raiders.

  • Lady Braves fall to Gallatin Lady Wildcats

     The Lady Braves gained control of the opening tip against the Gallatin County Lady Wildcats on Dec. 12 at home.

    The night started off well and the Lady Braves looked  as if they were going to do exactly what they were trying to accomplish until Gallatin County came out strong with 20 unanswered points in the first quarter of the game.


    By Jerry Morris 

    The Grant County Braves and Williamstown Demons battled each other on Nov 4th at the first of two meetings between the two teams.
     The Braves came out on top with a 88 to 47 victory against the Demons.

    The Grant County Braves came out motivated and strong to put up 56 points in the first half and only allowed the Demons to score 23 points.
    Austin Anglin put up an impressive 23 points during the game with Tyler Carr adding on an additional 20 points to help the Braves earn a victory.

  • Paint The Town Purple against cancer begins Dec. 4

    The Grant County and Williamstown school districts have agreed to kick off fundraising for the 2013 Grant County Relay For Life with the Coaches vs. Cancer event held during the Grant County vs. Williamstown boys and girls basketball games.

    The first game is scheduled for Dec. 4 at GCHS. A portion of the proceeds from each of the four games will be donated to the relay, which is the signature fundraising event for the American Cancer Society.

  • Coach Carl Wenderoth Classic set for Dec. 1

    Grant County High School will host the  “Coach Carl Wenderoth Classic” on Dec. 1.

    Wenderoth, of Dry Ridge, is an icon in Grant County’s basketball history.

    He began his coaching career in 1957 at Ludlow High School. He spent the next 38 years coaching at Ludlow, Scott High and GCHS and left his mark on players, parents and the community.

    “We’re just trying to honor coach for what he did in the past and for the kids in this community,” said Scott Shipp, the former director of athletics for Grant County.


    By Chantel March
    Sports Correspondent


    Runners from across the state travelled to the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington Nov. 10 for the KHSAA Cross Country state championship meet. Three members of the Grant County High School team raced individually in the Class 3A division.


    Lady Braves, Lady Demons look to next seasonBoth the Williamstown Lady Demons and the Grant County Lady Braves volleyball teams ended their seasons on Oct. 9 in the 32nd District Tournament held at Grant County High School.
    Grant County faced the undefeated Simon Kenton Lady Pioneers, losing the game in three sets 25-9, 25-8, and 25-12.
    Williamstown met rival Walton-Verona, losing 25-13, 25-8, and 25-15.
    Both teams are proud of their accomplishments this season and look forward to improving next year.

  • Pelfrey, Schmitt break GCHS records during 2012 soccer season

    By Philip Frommeyer
    Sports Correspondent

    Two young athletes from the Grant County High School soccer program have earned recognition this year when they broke school records.

    Mollie Pelfrey and Forrest Schmitt kicked their way to new school records this soccer season.
    Pelfrey, a junior at GCHS, shattered Jackie Kinman’s previous record, by scoring 23 goals against opponents this year.
    Pelfrey was quick to give credit to her former coach and her teammates.