Today's Sports

  • Harden sets tough schedule for...

    Winning breeds winning. And Williamstown High School boys’ basketball coach Roger Harden knows this  well. So it would be understandable if the second- year head coach lightened the schedule for his program in an attempt to win more games.
    But the former University of Kentucky standout is having none of that, insisting that playing the best of the best is the way to return the Williamstown program to prominence in the 8th Region.

  • Demons prepare for season by...

    Averaging less than five wins per season over the last eight years, success for the Williamstown High School boys’ basketball program is a distant memory.

    But it was only eight short years ago that the Demons were traditionally one of the better teams in their district and region, winning 17 games or more each year from 2002 through 2006 and turning in double-digit win seasons six times in a nine-year span.

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  • Grant County Youth Football



    Grant County was represented by five runners at the KHSAA State Cross Country Championships on Nov. 9 at Kentucky Horse Park.
    Runners included:

    • Jordan Rose, 88th, 10th grade, 17:52.08

    • Ben Spratt, 157th, seventh grade, 18:36.09

    • Summer Dearing, 115h, eighth grade, 21:50.46

    • Molly Howell, 125th, seventh grade, 21:56.73

    • Hayley Leach, 138th, 10th grade, 22:02.26

  • Gridiron Grit


     It was a day of many emotions among the hearts and minds of the Braves fans and players. It was a day of spirit, hope and glory. It was a day of anxiety, cheers, sadness, relief, pride and fear. But most of all it was a day of fun and excitement as the Midgets, MIghty Pro and Power House teams from Grant County took the field on Nov. 2 in the Greater North Central Kentucky Youth Football League Superbowl.

    This marked the first time three teams from a county earned the right to play in the event.

  • Grant Braves end season, fall to...

    To most high school football programs, a 35-point loss in November would not be worth taking about. But for the Grant County Braves, it’s progress.
    Grant County turned in one of its better performances of the season in a 35-0 defeat to visiting North Laurel on Nov. 1, putting an end to the Braves’ season.
    The 35-point difference is as close as the Braves have come since back in September when they came within 21 points of a win in back-to-back games.

  • Grant County moves on to state...

    Grant County runners competed in the Region 5 Class AAA regionals Nov. 2 at Sherman Elementary. Five members of the team qualified for the state meet: sophomores Hayley Leach and Jordan Rose, eighth grader Summer Dearing and seventh graders Molly Howell and Benjamin Spratt. They will be traveling to the Kentucky Horse Park on Nov. 9, to compete against the top high school runners in the state.