Today's Sports

  • Youth Basketball
  • Demons beat Eminence, moves...

    Despite already tripling last season’s win total, the Williamstown Demons are not satisfied and continue to work hard in their quest for the program’s first double-digit winning season in five years.
    Williamstown moved one step closer to its 10th win with a 58-55 victory over Eminence in action this week to put win number nine in the books, matching the most victories for the program since winning 10 games in 2009.

  • Webster invited to Down Under...

    Logan Webster of Williamstown, a senior at Owen County High School, has received an invitation to represent Kentucky on the Western Conference Football team competing in Australia in the summer of 2014.  He is excited for the opportunity to represent his family, school, community, state and country in this once-in-a-lifetime experience. Webster will be joined by fellow football teammate, Logan Lowe.

     He has been playing football since the first grade. He finished his football career on a high note by being named to the 2013 All District team.

  • Lady Braves score back-to-back...

    For the first time in many weeks, the Grant County Lady Braves are all smiles.
    Winners of five of their last six games, including three in a row to start February, the Lady Braves have plenty of reasons to smile, something they had not done often while winning just two games in the first two months of the season.

  • WHS archery qualifies for state

    In only its second year, the Williamstown High School Archery team has quickly seen success and growth.

    Following last year’s journey from state to nationals and finally to the world archery competition in St. Louis, the number of archers nearly doubled to 45 this year.
    The success continued this past weekend as the school placed third out of 32 teams as host of the 8th region archery tournament.

  • Braves topple Carroll County

    Grant County remained one of the hottest teams in the 8th Region with a 69-59 win over Carroll County this week, giving the Braves three wins in their last four games and five victories in their last eight.

    Grant County, which stood at a disappointing 4-9 overall on Jan. 9, have steadily climbed in the standings since and now own an overall record of 9-11 with six games remaining in the regular season.

  • Lady Braves get payback victory

    Six weeks after cross-town rival Williamstown celebrated a victory at Grant County High School, the Grant County Lady Braves returned the favor with a 54-47 win over the host Lady Demons on Jan. 30.
    And it couldn’t have come at a better time for Grant County, which came into the game riding an eight-game losing streak after suffering defeat in 12 of its last 13 games.

  • January proves to be...

    January was a month of ups and downs for the Williamstown boys’ basketball team.

    The Demons began the first month of the new year with a victory and went on to win five of their first seven, including three in a row for the first time in more than five years.
    But four straight losses at end the month have slowed Williamstown’s momentum considerably, though its certainly not for a lack of effort by the young Demons.

  • Jump, Hicks rank high in KHSAA...

    A pair of local athletes continue to make a name for themselves by ranking near the top in the most recent release of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s boys’ basketball stat leaders.
    Williamstown senior guard David Jump, who scored a career-high 40 in a game this week, continues to rank among Kentucky’s top scorers with an average of 27.4 points per game. He trails East Jessamine’s Ronnie Carson by only .3 for second place and Augusta’s Brent Bach by 1.7 points for the lead.

  • Lady Braves improve skills

    The Grant County Lady Braves improved to 7-5 on the season with a convincing 38-19 win over cross-town rival Williamstown in girls’ junior varsity basketball action this week.
    Leading by just one, 6-5, after one quarter of play, Grant County dominated the second period and outscored the Lady Demons 15-1 to take control. The Lady Braves never looked back, leading by double digits the rest of the way, including 32-13 with eight minutes remaining.