High School Sports

  • Young Lady Demons golf team finishes with successful season

    Carly Middleton saved her best for last.
    The Williamstown High School freshman shot a personal best 90 at the Region 6 tournament Sept. 24 to lead the young Lady Demons golf team.

    Middleton placed 10th in the region out of 80 players.
    “The greens were really hard to putt on and I had a lot of three putts,” she said. “I could have easily been in the 80s if the greens were a lot easier.”

  • Lady Braves win Central Ky. Conference

    The Grant County High School Girls Golf team swept the Central Kentucky Conference championship at Kincaid Lake State Park in Falmouth on Sept. 22 with a score of 337.

    According to Coach Marcus Camacho, this was the second tournament in a row where the team scored its season’s best to win.
    Individually, Sarah Keallm scored a two-over par 74 and Macy Wright has an 80 to fnish first and second.

  • Conner Cougars beat Lady Braves 2-1

    By Philip Frommeyer
    Sports Correspondent

    Despite facing a hard-hitting team, the Grant County High School junior varsity girls soccer team found the back of the net three times in their match against the Conner Lady Cougars on Sept. 19.
    Not to be outscored, Conner also scored three times. The game ended in a 3-3 tie.

  • Williamstown struggles against Pendleton

    By Haleigh Jacobs
    Sports Correspondent

    The Williamstown Lady Demons volleyball team took a moment before their Sept. 19 game to thank their parents, along with bus driver Barb Burgess, for supporting them throughout the season.

    After the last of the bright orange flowers were distributed, the Demons switched gears and readied to face the Pendleton County Lady Wildcats. The Demons struggled through the first set and watched as the Lady Wildcats soared to an 11-25 win.


    By Haleigh Jacobs
    Sports Correspondent


    Sept. 24 was a big night at Williamstown High School. The Lady Demons and Lady Braves volleyball teams faced off for the second time this season in an emotionally charged game between cross-town rivals

  • MEET THE TEAM 2012

    Coach chat with Ed Burton


  • MEET THE TEAM 2012

    Coach chat with Marcus Camacho

  • Running in the Rain

    A wet and muddy course greeted runners Saturday morning, Sept. 8th, at Sherman Elementary School.
    Despite the early morning thunderstorms and continued morning rain, 35 teams gathered to compete at the 39th annual Grant County Cross Country Invitational Meet.

  • Lady Demons fall to Carroll’s Lady Panthers

    By Haleigh Jacobs
    Sports Correspondent



    After losing the first two sets to the Carroll County Lady Panthers in their Sept. 10 game at Williamstown High School, the Lady Demons appeared to be ready for a come back.
    Williamstown and Carroll County battled through the first set of the game with the lead switching back and forth before the Lady Panthers took down the Demons with their last 4 serves, winning 23-25.

  • GCHS hosts Dry Ridge Toyota Classic

    The Grant County Braves and Lady Braves will host their annual Dry Ridge Toyota Classic this weekend.
    The Braves are expecting visiting teams to come to Grant County with a desire to win and ready to show off their skills, but the Braves are ready to play with heart.
    “We’re looking pretty strong this year and we have some good players who want to bring home a win at our own Dry Ridge Toyota Classic,” said Braves varsity coach Dave Schmitt.