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Today's Sports

  • COACH CAL VISITS COUNTY

    True blue Wildcat fans got a chance to meet University of Kentucky basketball Coach John Calipari on June 20 when he made a stop in Dry Ridge.
    The national championship-winning coach visited Wildcats and More in Dry Ridge to sign copies of his new book, “Players First: Coaching From the Inside, Out.”
    About 100 fans took pictures and received autographs from Calipari at the store.
    Calipari said the book shares insights on his coaching philosophy, along with stories about his first few years at UK.

  • BN Legends hosts basketball...

    BBN Legends will host an elite skills camp at 1 p.m. on June 20 at the Williamstown High School.
    BBN Legends is teaming up with Williamstown High School and Wildcats and More to bring the premier Kentucky Basketball Camp to  Grant County.  The camp will feature senior leaders Jarrod Polson (2012 National Champion, 2014 Runner Up, 2011 Final Four) and Terrence Jones (2012 National Champion and 2011 Final Four, current starting forward for the Houston Rockets) plus Final Four MVP Jeff Sheppard along with local basketball coaches.

  • GRANT COUNTY LITTLE LEAGUE
  • COLLEGE SIGNINGS
  • GCHS baseball/softball regional...

    The Grant County High School Braves and Lady Braves did not fare well in the opening round of the 8th region tournament held on Memorial Day.
    The Braves, coached by Darrin  Robinson, lost 2-1 to the Carroll County Panthers on May 26 at Henry County High School.

    The Panthers scratched a run in the first inning and added an insurance run in the bottom of the fifth. The Braves, threatened in the top of the sixth, scoring one run with no outs, but the Panthers held off the rally.

  • GRANT COUNTY LITTLE LEAGUE
  • GCHS baseball, softball advance...
  • GRANT COUNTY LITTLE LEAGUE
  • Bohman competes in USTA state...

    Courtney Bohman, a seventh grader at Grant County Middle School, competed April 26 at the USTA Trampoline and Tumbling State Championship in Somerset.
    Bohman had a great meet finishing as state champion on double mini, state runner-up on the rod floor and fifth place on the trampoline.
    Only the top 10 finishers of the state championship qualify for the National Championship. Bohman qualified in all three events and will represent the state of Kentucky and Fitstop Gymnastics at Nationals on June 17 through June 22 in Louisville.

  • Williamstown Track places in...

    • Megan Perkins; 100m finals; placed 18th with a time of 15.80. Perkins also placed 19th in the 200m finals with a time of 32.34.

    • Olivia Harden; 100m finals; placed 19th with a time of 16.06. Harden also placed 17th in the 200m finals with a time of 31.98.

    • Walker Angell; 100m finals; placed 20th with a time of 13.41. Walker also placed 20th in the 200m with a time of 27.63.

    • Dustin Smith; 200m finals; placed 15th with a time of 26.26.