Today's Sports

  • Williamstown defeated by Bearcats

    The Williamstown boys’ basketball team knew when their season started that they would be at a size disadvantage.

    They also knew that most every night, they would be facing teams with more experience.

    That didn’t stop the Demons from playing hard and playing smart, keeping their first two games of the season close.

    Against district opponent Walton-Verona, the Demons didn’t play their best basketball and came away with a 68-40 loss on Dec. 11.

  • Cat Attack 12-14-09

    The Indiana Hoosiers did their very best to make the Wildcats first road trip one they would love to forget. The Hoosiers started the game with red-hot shooting, making what seemed like every shot in the first 25 minutes of the game. They actually shot 63% from the field in the first half. That is hard to do if you were shooting in a gym by yourself, let alone in a game with alleged defense being played. Fortunately for UK, the Hoosiers cooled off and Kentucky was able to take control in the second half. Cats win 90-73.

  • Demons push Carroll, Owen to...

    The Williamstown boys’ basketball team return two players with varsity experience this season, but they aren’t letting lack of experience hold them back.

    The Demons started their season with two losses by a total of six points and have had the ball with the chance to tie or take the lead in the final minute of both games.

  • Sports Shorts

    Lady Braves defeat Trimble County

    Score: 51-40

    When: Dec. 7

    Where: Grant County High School

    What: The Lady Braves followed a loss to reigning region champion Simon Kenton with a solid defensive effort that led them to their first win of the season.

    The Lady Braves led after each quarter, but settled down offensively in the second half, relying on their defense to shut down Trimble County.

  • WHS seniors help team make...

    When the Williamstown volleyball team started this season, they wanted to prove what they were truly capable of.

    Their hard work paid off when they finished as the district runner-up and advanced to the regional tournament for the first time in the program’s history.

    Seniors Taylor Eldridge, Chelsea Fitterer and Sara Moreland helped the Lady Demons win their first eight games of the season, which gave the team confidence in their abilities.

  • GCHS cheerleaders host Jingle...

    Last season, a bid to a national cheerleading competition was on the line when the Grant County cheerleaders hosted the Jingle Bell Classic.

    This season, the stakes aren’t as high, but the cheerleaders are still working hard to be at their best.

    The girls aren’t competing for a chance to advance to the national competition, but are instead focused on the regional competition Jan. 30. The fourth annual Jingle Bell Classic will be hosted at Grant County High School at 11 a.m. Dec. 12.

  • West continues to break WHS...

    One game after setting the school record for career assists, Williamstown junior Chelsea West set another school record.

    After making two three-pointers in the fourth quarter against Owen County on Dec. 4, West passed Jaclyn Stith for career three-pointers with 125. Stith’s record was 124.

  • Braves play in Wierwille Classic

    Grant County boys’ basketball coach Ron Kinmon knows the impact that coaches can have on their players.

    He experienced it firsthand with his college coach, Roland Wierwille, who cared more about developing good people than developing good basketball players. Kinmon played for Wierwille at Berea College.

    Last year, Kinmon talked to former teammates who now coach high school basketball and each brought their teams to Berea College for a series of preseason scrimmages.

  • Lady Braves leave mark on program

    It’s never easy for seniors to end the final season of their high school career.

    But the Grant County volleyball seniors can take solace in the fact that when their season ended, they were playing the best they had all season.

    Brittany Butler, Katie Gregg, Rachel Kitchens, Dawn Plunkett, Catie Prather and the Lady Braves came one set away from advancing to the district championship and a place in the region tournament, but the seniors know the important thing is that they worked hard to get there.

  • Cat attack 12-7-09

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