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Today's Sports

  • Lady Braves earn tie on senior...

    The Grant County girls’ soccer team trailed by a goal late into their senior night game against Western Hills.

    Fortunately for the seniors, a freshman helped them earn a tie instead of a loss.

    Freshman Gwen MacAdams tied the game with four minutes left on a second chance shot as the Lady Braves played Western Hills to a 1-1 tie on Oct. 5.

  • Braves fall to Bishop Brossart

    Grant County boys’ soccer coach Dempsey Schlueter has been preaching to his team that to have success, they will have to step up their intensity.

    Against Bishop Brossart on Oct. 1, he saw them play with more passion, but the Braves fell 1-0.

    “We came out and competed,” Schlueter said. “We showed a lot of intensity against Bishop Brossart, but we have a lot left in us. We didn’t bring our best game, but we showed we can compete with a quality team and give ourselves a chance to win.”

  • Youth Cross Country Series...

    Event 1 Girls 800 Meter Run CC Kindergarten - 2nd

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    Name Year School Finals

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    1 Elizabeth Link 02 CMZ 3:54.2

    2 Audrey West 02 DRE 3:58.7

    3 Kaitlyn Wilson 01 CMZ 4:07.8

  • Under pressure

    Junior Cory Kearns has stood alone in the net twice this season.

    Kearns was the only line of defense between his goal and the opponent., not once, but twice during the Dry Ridge Toyota Invitational Cup on Sept. 19.

    Kearns stood tall and helped the Braves come away with first place.

    With the district tournament starting for the boys’ and girls’ teams on Oct. 12, Kearns and his female counterpart, freshman Mackenzie Tucker, might have to deal with the pressure that comes from being a goalie and the game on the line.

  • GCHS defeats Bourbon to bring...

    It wasn’t a traditional homecoming game, but it was a winning night.

    Because of a sloppy field, the Grant County High School football team travelled to Bourbon County on Oct. 2.

    The Braves put together a dominant second half to earn a 17-14 win.

  • The significance of the set

    To start a play in volleyball, a team must play defense first and make sure they can return the ball.

    The next play determines whether or not they’ll be able to attack or continue playing defensively.

    That play is called a set and if it is executed properly, it allows a team to set the tone for a match.

    The district tournament starts on Oct. 12 and will give Grant County and Williamstown the chance to show their ability to set the ball and their offensive attack.

  • W-town hosts CC invitational

    While Williamstown cross country coach Michelle Whaley was busy coordinating the Williamstown Invitational, junior Steven Bradford was busy cheering on his teammates and giving them tips as they ran their races.

    Bradford took enough time to prepare himself for his own race, taking third in the boys’ varsity race with a time of 17:32.7 despite battling a cramp in his side.

    “My race wasn’t as good as I wanted it to be,” Bradford said. “I wanted to break 17 minutes, but I’ll get it next race.”

  • Kellam wins regional

    Bundled up for the cold, wet weather, Grant County freshman Sarah Kellam set a goal of making 11 pars over the course of her round in the regional tournament.

    As she walked off the 18th green, she had no idea how her score held up against others at the tournament, but she was disappointed that she fell one par short of her goal.

    She had a little consolation because with her score of 76, Kellam took first place by one stroke at the regional tournament at Perry Park Country Club on Sept. 29.

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  • GCHS runners race under the...

    Looking for a change of pace, the Grant County High School cross country teams decided to sleep in.

    The Braves were able to because instead of waking to race early in the morning, they were going to run at night under the bright lights at the Adidas Saturday Night Lights IV in Centerville, Ohio on Sept. 26.

    “It was an experience that the runners will remember,” coach Marlon Kinsey. “They have worked hard and they deserved to have a little fun, but the main goal was to perform at our best. Running at night is a unique experience.”