Today's Sports

  • GCHS sends 3 wrestlers to state

    While they didn’t bring home the gold, the Grant County High School wrestling team was well represented at the state championship meet held two weeks ago at the All Tech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.
    Seniors Brady Fryman, Austin Gripshover and Joey Roundtree put together impressive displays at the state meet. Fryman won his first match before being defeated, while Gripshover and Roundtree more than held their own before falling.
    In the end, the competition was just too experienced for the Braves, who are only in their fourth year of existence.

  • Cross-town rivals face off again...

    Logan Cummins saved the best for last.

  • Decade-long dream fulfilled

    After more than a decade spent filling the role of district runner up on a regular basis, including each of the last two years, the Grant County Braves know all too well the feeling that goes with watching the opposition cut down the nets at their expense.

  • Simon Kenton too much for Lady...

    The third time is not always the charm. Just ask the Williamstown Lady Demons.
    Facing regional power Simon Kenton for the third time this season, Williamstown was hoping the old adage of ‘the third times the charm’ would hold true. But it was anything but a charm with Simon Kenton knocking Williamstown out of the girls’ District 32 Tournament by a score of 63-28 in action Feb. 24, at Walton-Verona.

  • Braves on roll heading into WHS...

    Winners of three in a row and seven of their last 10, the Grant County Braves have momentum on their side as they head into post-season play.
    And they’ll need it with a first-round matchup against cross-town rival Williamstown on tap in first-round action of the District 32 Tournament scheduled for this week at Walton-Verona High School.

  • GCHS Senior night
  • Lady Braves end season with...

    With eight wins in their last 11 games, the Grant County Lady Braves looked primed and ready for post-season play and a return trip to the regional tournament.

  • Accomplishments piling up for...

    David Jump has accomplished things at Williamstown High School that most players can only dream of. From becoming a member of the prestigious 1,000-point club to setting the school record for most 3-pointers in a game, Jump’s success on the hardwood has made him a local legend.

    But it hasn’t come easy for the 5-foot-10 guard. Jump has had to overcome adversity throughout his career to become one of the most talented players to wear a Williamstown jersey.

  • WHS Senior night
  • GCHS Senior night