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Today's Sports

  • Grant County News NCAA Bracket...

    As of March 23rd and through the first two rounds of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament Rankings:

    1) Kevin Hensley 250 points

    2) Steven D. Pettit 245 points

    Sarah Hicks 245 points

    3) Van Duncan 240 points

    Tim Webster (Alexandria, KY) 240 points

    4) Barbara A. Pettit 235 points

    5) Jeremy Webster 230 points

    Brenda Warren 230 points

    6) Tim Mason 225 points

    Sherry Mason 225 points

    George Phillips 225 points

    7) Charles McClanahan 220 points

    Edith Doyle 220 points

    8) Sean Ensinger 215 points

  • NCAA Men's Basketball...

    East Region:

    1 UNC

    16 Mt. St. Mary's

    Friday, March 21, 7:10 P.M.

    8 Indiana

    9 Arkansas

    Friday, March 21, 9:40 P.M.

    5 Notre Dame

    12 George Mason

    Thursday, March 20, 9:50 P.M.

    4 Washington State

    13 Winthrop

    Thursday, March 20, 7:20 P.M.

    6 Oklahoma

    11 St. Joseph's

    Friday, March 21, 7:10 P.M.

    3 Louisville

    14 Boise State

    Friday, March 21, 9:40 P.M.

    7 Butler

    10 South Alabama

    Friday, March 21, 2:45 P.M.

    2 Tennessee

    15 American

  • Mixture of youth and experience...

    The Inside Lane with Michael Parker, Grant County boys' track and field coach

    Q: Who are some of your top returning runners, and why?

    A: Kody Thompson in the sprints, Jeffrey Covington in the distance events and Joe Soden should be the top returning field person for us this season.

    Q: Who are some notable newcomers that could make an impact?

  • New coach, seasoned line-up for...

    Dugout Discussion With Marlin Gregg, Grant County High School Softball Coach

    Q: Who are some of your top returning players, and why?

    A: Senior Brittany Miles and junior Alesa Collinsworth. Brittany has been our leadoff hitter the last three years. Both are leaders not by assignment but through their actions and dedication to playing.

    Q: Who are some notable newcomers that could make an impact?

  • Williamstown skipper will lean...

    Inside the Base Lines with Buck Walter, Williamstown High School Baseball Coach

    Q: Who are some of your top returning players this season?

    A: Michael Walter, Patrick Gatewood, Patrick Spoonamore and Joel Price, a sophomore. Joel is our number two pitcher and a crafty guy.

    Q: In addition to Michael, who else will pitch for you this spring?

  • Lady Demons seek district...

    Dugout Discussion with Williamstown Softball Coach Mark Wilhoit

    Q: Who are some of your top returning players, and why?

    A: Amanda Goodrich, Emily Webster, Jaclyn Stith, Amber Vance, Ashlee Holt, Tori Wilhoit and Emma Harris. All of these players are returning starters from last year's team, and our experience level returning is good.

    Q: Who are some notable newcomers that could make an impact?

  • Braves' coach hopes seniors...

    Inside The Base Lines With Van Duncan, Grant County High School Baseball Coach

    Q: Who are some of your top returning players, and why?

  • GCHS girls' track team sets...

    The Inside Lane With Brian Soules, Grant County High School Girls' Track and Field Coach

    Q: Who are some of your top returning runners, and why?

    A: Our top returning runner this year is junior Natalie Norman. Last year, as a sophomore, she was the regional champion in the 800 meter run and finished third in the Class AAA state meet running a personal best time of 2:21.

    Q: Who are some notable newcomers that could make an impact?

  • Young inducted into Thomas More...

    "If what you did yesterday looks important today, you haven't done a lot today."Former Thomas More College baseball coach Jim Connor.

    As a 7-year-old in Owen County, Bobby Young knew he would be a baseball player, but never once did he imagine having a career that would take him from Owen County to Thomas More College and then onto the Major League Baseball stage.

  • Lady Demons open softball...

    With a combination of five returning players and several new faces, Williamstown High School softball coach Mark Wilhoit is excited when talking about what the 2008 softball season could hold in store for the Lady Demons.

    "We have good numbers this season with 20-21 players coming out for practice. Of those, a few are new players who can help us. We've got five juniors and two pitchers back," Wilhoit said.

    The five juniors include Amanda Goodrich, Jaclyn Stith, Emily Webster, Amber Vance and Ashlee Holt.