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Today's Sports

  • Grammer resigns as GCHS...

    The Grant County High School boys’ basketball team is looking for a new coach.
    Brandon Grammer recently resigned from the head coaching position after three seasons with the Braves.
    During his tenure, Grant County’s record was 39-51 and the program won two district tournament championships. However, this season the team has its first losing record under Grammer at 8-22, including a heartbreaking one-point overtime loss against Walton-Verona in the districts.

  • Demons shut out Calvary 8-0

    By Kari Lakes

  • Braves routed by Walton-Verona

     

    By Tim Seevers

  • Braves beat the Demons 7-0
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  • Lady Braves off to a slow start

    The Grant County Lady Braves softball team is off to a slow start.  
    After all the rain and snow outs, the season is getting underway.  
    The softball squad has played five games on the season and their record is 1-4.  The Lady Braves lost a hard fought contest on March 17 against Ryle by the score of 9-4.  
    Alayna Barnes took the mound for the Braves allowing 10 hits and nine walks during the contest. She also had two strikeouts.  

  • WHS headed to nationals May 7
  • Demons downed in districts

    The Williamstown Demons boy’s basketball team gave it all they had against Simon Kenton on Feb. 23, but came up on the short end of the score, losing 85-70 to the home team in the District 32 matchup.
    It was a big turnaround from their previous meeting with the Pioneers where the Demons fell at home by a 23-point deficit.
    WHS Coach Harden Roger heaped praise upon his young team for their tenacity.  “They have a never quit attitude,” he said. “We’ve instilled that in them all year long to never quit.”

  • Braves lose to Colonels

    The Grant County Boys basketball team’s season came to an end March 9 when the Braves lost to Oldham County 70-48 in Region 8 action at Henry County High School.  

    The night began when the hopeful Braves jumped out to an early 5-2 lead.  
    But that would be it for the scoring in the first quarter for Grant.  
    The Braves would go 5:30 minutes without scoring another basket and trailed 15-5 after one quarter.  

  • Braves down Shelby to win...

    When it counted the Grant County Braves were able to turn to their seniors as they beat Shelby County 55-47 in the opening round of the 8th Region Tournament on March 7.
    “We’re a senior-dominated team this year and they came through when we needed them,” Grant County coach Brandon Grammer said. “We played a very good game today against a good team.”