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  • Demons lose to Bearcats in...

    The Williamstown Demons hosted the Walton Verona Bearcats in the 32nd District championship on Feb. 25, and lost by the score of 67-48.

    The Demons jumped out to an early 5-0 lead behind a three-point bucket by senior Jon Jump and a bucket in the lane by Wenzee Fox.

    It took over four minutes for the Bearcats to get their first score of the game. That came after Fox fouled Jeremy Moran on a shot down the lane.  

  • Lady Pioneers out shoot Lady...

    Grant County played Simon Kenton in the 32nd District championship at Williamstown High School on Feb. 24.  

    The Lady Pioneers used the hot shooting from the three-point line by Bailee Harney in the third quarter to pull away from the Lady Braves in route to a 66-35 victory and a district championship.  

    The Lady Braves took the runner-up trophy and will move on to Region 8 play this week.
    The Lady Pioneers jumped out to an early 6-1 lead.  


    Playing at Kentucky is the dream for many high school basketball players. Recently even Hillcrest Prep (Arizona) sophomore Josh Green, who only came to the United States two years ago from Australia, said he had that same thought growing up.

    However, playing at Kentucky can be as overwhelming at times as it is rewarding. Every game is on television and Kentucky fans are so passionate that they analyze — or maybe over analyze — everything about the team.

  • Dragons out fire Demons 87-63

    The South Oldham Dragons invaded Williamstown High School on Feb. 16, and shot the lights out on their way to an 87-63 victory.  
    The Demon’s Jon Jump hit a long three pointer from the wing to get the scoring started in the game but the Dragons came right back and went on a 10-point run before the Demons could score again in the contest.  
    It was a night where the Dragons, one of the best three-point shooting teams in the state, drilled 16 shots from beyond the arc.  

  • St. Henry defeats Lady Demons 60...

    Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is the only player in Kentucky’s 2017 recruiting class who is not a five-star recruit. The Hamilton Heights (Chattanooga, Tenn.) point guard is a four-star but ESPN national recruiting director Paul Biancardi is a fan and thinks he will do well at Kentucky.


    Players often come to play basketball at Kentucky now to enhance their NBA draft status. It’s something coach John Calipari sells to players as he points to the draft picks he’s had and how well many of them are doing in the NBA.


    Grant, WHS to face off in districts

  • Lady Braves win over Oldham