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Today's Sports

  • GCMS takes old school approach...

    Grant County Middle School’s football team has gone back to the old school.

    The Braves are running the single-wing offense and it has helped them start their season with a 3-1 record after their 38-0 win over Paris Middle School on Sept. 1.

  • Senior connection lifts GCHS to...

    After the snap, quarterback Randy Salyers waited and waited, looking downfield for an open receiver while his offensive line bought him time.

    Wide receiver Tyler Sheffield broke from the line of scrimmage, hustled down the field and battled to get open.

    Before Sheffield was open, Salyers let the ball fly and as it floated in the air, Sheffield snagged it, broke a tackle and ran to the one-yard line before being tackled.

  • Grant County sweeps varsity...

    Over logs and through creeks, the Grant County cross country team took everything the Pendleton County Invitational threw at them and came out on top.

    The girls’ and boys’ varsity teams each took first place at the Pendleton County Invitational on Aug. 29 to start their season.

  • Lady Demons take down Holmes

    With each win, the Williamstown volleyball team is gaining more confidence.

    The Lady Demons extended their win streak to eight to start their season after victories over Holmes on Aug. 27 and Western Hills on Aug. 28.

    Williamstown controlled the match against Holmes, winning easily in two sets, 25-20 and 25-14.

  • Lady Demons take on All A tourney

    Ali Rich started her round at the All A regional tournament a little shaky, hitting a sand trap on the first hole and a water hazard on the second hole.

    Rich settled down and rebounded, playing well enough to qualify for the All A state tournament. Rich shot an 84 at Eagle Creek on Aug. 26. This is the first time that Rich, a junior, has advanced to the state tournament.

  • Volleyball team earns first win...

    The Grant County volleyball team knew that their first win would come sooner or later.

    The Lady Braves came away with their first win after defeating Gallatin County on Aug. 25 in three sets, 25-17, 23-25, 25-16.

    “Every game, winning or losing, gives us a hunger for another win,” senior Dawn Plunkett said. “We need to learn to take everything we’ve learned from every game to put it together. We’re playing as a team and we have a want to be better. We just need to believe that we can be a dominant team in this area.”

  • Braves dominate Carroll, Scott

    With a shutdown defense and electric offense, the Grant County boys’ soccer team took down Carroll County and Scott County.

    The Braves defeated Carroll County 6-1 on Aug. 25.

    Four players scored goals for Grant County as Anthony Clouse (two), Lincoln Howe (two), Phillip Clough (one) and Brian Chapman (one) keyed the Braves’ attack.

  • Lady Braves take second at Paris...

    The Grant County girls’ soccer team wanted to earn a trophy at the Paris Relay for Life Cup.

    After the tournament, they came away with one, but not the one they wanted.

    The Lady Braves earned second place, falling to Villa Madonna 5-1 on Aug. 23.

  • Lady Braves improve with practice

    The Grant County girls’ golf team has been busy.

    The girls have played in five tournaments and two matches in the last two weeks.

    The girls began their season at the Beechwood Invitational on Aug. 3, finishing third out of 11 schools. The girls finished behind Scott County and Henry Clay.

    The team then played in the Lady Rebel Invitational on Aug. 5. The team came in third behind Sacred Heart and Notre Dame, but defeated Owen County and Villa Madonna, two regional opponents.

  • Wright and Livingood lead Braves

    The Grant County boys’ golf team has started their season strong, but know they still have room to improve as they work to make it to the state tournament as a team.

    The team played at the Bullitt East Invitational at Heritage Hill Golf Course in Shepherdsville, finishing 14 out of 22 teams on Aug. 5.

    “It was a good measure of where we are at the beginning of the year,” coach Lance Robinson. “Some of the golfers realized they weren’t in as good as shape as they should have been and it motivates them to do better.”