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Today's Sports

  • Williamstown cross country team...

    The Williamstown cross country team is in familiar territory having a young team with 23 middle school athletes and only four high school students in juniors Jeff Jackson, Carly Middleton, Avery March, and freshman Megan Perkins.

    “We are a young team with great kids,” head coach Mark Kinsey said. “A lot of kids are showing a lot of initiative and discipline.”

    The team will be headed by eighth grader Bradley Perkins.
    Within their respective age groups, all of the kids are looking solid, but the team is still looking for runners.

  • Grant boys golf wants state shot

    Fresh off a win in the Beechwood Invitational Grant County’s boys golf team is off running and feel that they stand a good chance of making it to state.
    Grant proves to be strong at the top two positions with senior Cody Kellam and sophomore Jacob Vrolijk.
    “I feel that my top two golfers can compete with anyone in the state,” head coach Michael Camacho said.  “I feel that Cody and Jacob can make the All-State Team.”

  • Prather goes to World Series

    Ben Prather, son of Berkley and Shannon Prather and the grandson of David and Carol Rhoton, will be going to Winchester, Virginia to compete in the Cal Ripken World Series.
    Prather is the starting third baseman on the Southeastern Lexington 10-year-old all-star team.  The team claimed the Ohio Valley Regional title in Newburgh, Indiana, defeating Mattoon, Illinois 3-0 in the title game.
    The Lexington team will represent the Ohio Valley Region in the Cal Ripken World Series in Winchester, Virginia, on Aug. 9 through Aug. 16.

  • Golf Scramble to raise funds for...

    Grant County Sheriff’s office and Williamstown Police Department will hold the 14th annual Shop  With A Cop Golf Scramble at 8:30 a.m. on Aug. 22 at the Eagle Creek Country Club in Crittenden. The entry fee is $240 per team with a maximum of 22 teams. Format will be a four-man scramble. Mulligans are $5. Limit one per person.

  • Grant County wins Beechwood...

    The Grant County Boys Golf team came away from the 2014 Beechwood Invitational as overall team winners with Cody Kellam taking home first place individually, for the second straight tournament, by shooting four under par 67. Jacob Vrolijk also joined the party by shooting a one over par 72 and taking second individually on Aug. 7 at Flagg Springs Golf Course.
    The tournament had a field of 11 teams from across all of Northern Kentucky and by day’s end the team had shot a season best 310 and tied Ryle High School for first place.

  • GCHS alumni soccer game canceled

    The Grant County High School boys and girls soccer alumni game on Aug. 9 at Grant County Middle School has been canceled.
    The cancellation is due to the KHSSA announcing a new rule stating members cannot scrimmage against non-member schools.

  • Hudsons place at Junior Olympics

    Halee and Bryan Hudson spent their summer at the track, competing most weekends since the end of May at meets all over the mid-west. Hours of practice and competition paid huge dividends, though, as they represented Kentucky well on the national stage.  

  • Williamstown Archery places 17th...

    The Williamstown Archery team wrapped up its second year by placing 17 out of 44 in the 2014 NASP World Tournament; an improvement from the 25th that they placed in last year’s tournament.

  • Grant County Fireballs learn...

    If you’re playing for the Grant County Fireballs, don’t ask head coach Bill Brown the score.
    You may not get a straight answer.
    As a coach for the Special Olympics softball team composed of players from Grant and Owen counties, the score isn’t the more important issue.
    If one of the players asks him if the team is winning, he responds by asking if they are having fun.

  • GCHS Baseball players receives...

    During the 2014 baseball season, the Grant County High School baseball program had several players receive awards.  
    The shortstop, Austin Johnson, received 32nd District All-Tournament Team.  
    Conrad Jaconette, the catcher, received 8th Region All-Tournament Team.