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Today's Sports

  • GCHS Tennis defeats Nicholas...
  • Grant County Middle School track...
  • Grant County Middle School track...
  • VAUGHT’S VIEWS

    Lynn Bowden didn’t really know anything about the Kentucky-Ohio All-Star Basketball Game until his coach recently told him about it. Once he heard about it, he thought, “Why not,” and opted to play in the April 1 game at Thomas More College in Crestview Hills.
    Even though he’ll be a 6-1 guard for Ohio, he could be the most interesting player in the game for many University of Kentucky fans. He’s a UK football signee and was rated as one of the top 100 players in the 2017 recruiting class by ESPN.

  • Lady Braves bats too much for...

    The Grant County Lady Braves hosted its neighbors to the east from Pendleton County on March 22, and came away with an 11-7 victory over the visitors.

    The Lady Braves got on the board in the first inning when Hannah Coldiron walked.  She moved to second on a fielder’s choice and came home on Madisyn Ruebusch’s single to center field.
    Ruebusch went 3-3 in the game with 2 RBI and a walk.  
    The Lady Braves added four more runs in the second inning.  Mason McClure got things started when she tripled to deep center field.  

  • Flyers bomb Grant County Braves

    The Franklin County Flyers invaded Grant County on April 25 and scored 22 runs on 21 hits against the Braves pitching staff.

  • Kennedy signs with Georgetown
  • SPORTS SHORTS

    Lady Braves Softball
    The Grant County Lady Braves softball team finished third in the Bath County Invitational.
    •The team was led offensively by Madisyn Ruebusch, Carrigan Ruber, Mallory Robinson and Mason McClure. Kyleigh Lawhun led the team defensively by picking up two more wins on the mound.

    GCHS Archery
    • The GCHS Archery Team will be competing in the NASP State Tournament on Friday at the Kentucky State Fair and Expo Center.

    Grant County Track

  • VAUGHT’S VIEWS

    At times he might have wondered what it would be like to be playing at Kentucky now, but Hamidou Diallo insists he never lost track of his plan.
    He enrolled at Kentucky in January intending to redshirt the rest of this season and then have a head start on the 2017-18 season where he figures to be a starting guard for coach John Calipari’s team.

  • VAUGHT’S VIEWS

    His first season at Kentucky was even more of a learning experience than linebacker Kash Daniel anticipated.
    “It was like a rollercoaster,” said Daniel. “This was my first year to really learn about playing football. Pulling guards, check calls, all that stuff. Back in high school you would just see the ball and tackle the guy. Now you can’t do it.