Today's Sports

  • Grant marching band receives...

    Name of Competition: Bluegrass Pageant of Bands
     Location and Date:  Bryan Station in Lexington on Oct. 18.
    Ranking and Awards:  First place in Class AAAA (Best music, visual, and effect), Reserve Grand Champion overall

  • Williamstown Band of Spirit...

    Name of competition:  2014 Bryan Station Bluegrass Pageant of Bands

    Location and date:  Bryan Station High School

    Ranking and any awards:   The Band of Spirit received first Place in Class A during the preliminary competition.  Beechwood was second, Nicholas Co. was third and Paris was fourth.

  • Braves fall 32-20 in final...

    Despite a 14-point first-half lead, two touchdowns by Conner in the final minutes cost the Grant County Braves a win.
    The Braves fell 32-20 on Senior Night and what was the team’s final homegame of the season.

  • Grant Braves feel loss after...
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  • Spratt sets personal record at...

    The Running Braves were back in action Oct. 17 at the Lexington Catholic Invite. This course was a preview of the KHSAA State Meet on Nov. 8.
    Ben Spratt set a new personal record for the 5K, running a strong 17:39, placing 76th in a highly loaded field that included the top three teams in the state.
     Spratt also finished as the top eighth-grader in the race and proved he will be back on this course again at the state meet.

  • Young Running Braves compete at...

    Grant County’s middle and elementary cross country teams competed in the Northern Kentucky Regionals on Oct. 15 on a rainy, soggy course at Idlewild Park in Burlington.
    The Braves did not let the conditions affect their performances as they produced some memorable races.
    Most races on the day weren’t decided until the end, but Ben Spratt in the boy’s middle school race did not like this trend as he produced the most dominating win on the day.

  • Kellam takes 10th at boy’s state...

    Cody Kellam golfer started the state tournament off with a bogey, but the Grant County High School senior quickly bounced backed.
    The golfer, who finished 10th in the KHSAA State Golf Championships in Bowling Green Oct. 10-11, birdied his second hole by making about a 20-foot putt.  

    He would go on to make one more bogey and one more birdie for the rest of the first day while also making seven pars.  

  • WHS golfer competes at state

    Williamstown High School was represented at the KHSAA girl’s State championship this past weekend in Bowling Green.

    Junior Hannah Scroggins competed in the individual portion of the tournament and finished tied for 39th.
    Prior to the the state tournament, Scroggins won the All-A Region.
    “Qualifying for state was exciting,” Scroggins said. “I’ve never been and it was just overwhelming I guess you could say. It didn’t seem real I was going.”