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Today's Sports

  • Youth Cross Country Series

    Girls Middle/High School

      1 Destiny Simons              6:48.6    

      2 Courtney Colson              6:55.9    

      3 Hayley Leach                 7:06.3    

      4 Elizabeth Robinson           7:26.5    

  • Braves finish first in tourney

    Last year, goalkeeper Cory Kearns learned about being in goal during a shootout that would decide a tournament championship.

    Kearns was a sophomore last season and in the Grant County Invitational found himself in his first shootout in the championship game. The Braves ended up losing, but the experience paid off when Kearns helped the Braves advance to the regional championship after the Braves defeated Bourbon County in a shootout in the semifinals last season.

    This year, he found himself in the same position and again helped lead the Braves to victory.

  • Braves fall to Western Hills

    Giving up big plays on defense and turning the ball over on offense hurt the Grant County High School football team when they faced Western Hills.

    The Braves were defeated 49-6 on Sept. 18.

    “Nothing really worked on offense all night long for us,” coach Mike Davis said. “We knew we were going in to play a senior-dominated team, but they beat us up front and it’s another week of frustration.”

  • Lady Braves defeat Bourbon

    As a test case for what might be coming soon to high school volleyball, the Grant County and Bourbon County volleyball teams decided to experiment.

    The teams played a best of five match and the Lady Braves made the most of their opportunity, coming away with a four-set victory, winning 25-20, 25-20, 25-27 and 25-22 on Sept. 10.

  • Braves defeat Bearcats,...

    Following their loss to Pendleton County, the Grant County High School boys’ soccer team was driven to prove they could play a complete game.

    Against the Wildcats, the Braves rallied in the final 15 minutes, but were looking to show their skill over the full 90 minutes.

    They proved they could with back-to-back wins over Walton-Verona and Harrison County.

    The Braves defeated Walton-Verona 1-0 Sept. 8 on a goal from senior Anthony Clouse.

  • GCHS hosts Invitational at new...

    After the first meet at their new course at Sherman Elementary, the Grant County cross country team might wish they raced there more often.

    The boys’ varsity, middle school and elementary teams took first place in their races, while the junior varsity team took second, trailing Covington Catholic by one point.

    In the boys’ varsity race, junior Jordan Cummins placed fourth to lead the Braves, coming in at a time of 16:56.1, the best time under coach Marlon Kinsey since Johnny Twehues ran a 16:56.7 in 1990.

  • GCHS falls to Pendleton in OT

    Thirty seconds away from starting their season with three straight wins, the Grant County High School football team was trying to move the ball down the field to make a field goal easier for their kicker, Preston Cahill.

    Unfortunately, the Braves fumbled the ball, allowing Pendleton County to force overtime with the teams tied 14-14.

    The Wildcats took the field on offense to start overtime and scored, putting the pressure on Grant County to answer with a score of their own.

  • Youth Cross Country Series...

    Girls Middle/High School

      1 Katelyn Simons               6:54.5    

      2 Destiny Simons               7:00.9    

      3 Courtney Colson              7:25.9   

      4 Hayley Leach                 7:34.1    

  • Rich competes at All A state

    Ali Rich set a goal before the golf season started that she wanted to make it to the All A state tournament.

    After competing in the tournament, she’s set a goal of returning her senior year and improving on her performance.

    Rich shot a 90 in the All A state tournament at Gibson Bay Golf Course in Richmond Sept. 12.

  • GCHS girls take first at Classic

    The Grant County High School girls’ golf team didn’t know that the Grant County Classic would come down to their final holes.

    They also didn’t know how important it would be to at least make par for their final hole.

    The Lady Braves earned first place on Sept. 12 with a score of 349, finishing one stroke ahead of region opponent Notre Dame.