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Today's Sports

  • Scroggins takes 12th at Tom...

    With only four players competing, Williamstown High School did not score as a team at the Tom Johnson Classic held this weekend at Eagle Creek Golf Course, but that didn’t stop the Lady Demons from turning in some noteworthy individual performances.
    Lady Demons’ star Hannah Scroggins finished among the events leaders with an 84 to take 12th place overall.
    Sarah Hicks was next for Williamstown with a 98, followed by Carly Middleton with a 106 and Katelyn Kidwell with a 128.
     

  • GCHS Lady Braves on a hot streak

    After going 1-4 during the month of August, the Grant County Lady Braves have put their early-season struggles behind them and are currently one of the hottest teams in Region 8.
    Grant County recently put together a three-game win streak and has won or tied five of its last six matches to improve it’s record to 5-5-1 overall and 4-3 against regional foes. The five wins are the fourth most in the region, while the four wins against region rivals is the second most.

  • Grant boys win Toyota Cup; girls...

    Fans in attendance for Saturday’s 5th Annual Dry Ridge Toyota Cup got their money’s worth and then some with the home-town Braves taking first and the Lady Braves second, both in dramatic fashion.
    Grant County won the boys’ championship with a 1-0 shootout victory over Conner, while the Lady Braves took second in the girls’ brackets with a3-2 thriller over visiting Gallatin County.

     

  • Grant Braves fall to East...

    The Grant County High School’s Braves football homecoming game against the East Jessamine Jaguars took place on an unusually cool night in September.

    The crisp, night air prompted many in the packed stands to wear jackets and buy hot chocolate. Unfortunately, the cooler weather wasn’t the only problem for the Braves as they ended the game with a 40-19 loss.

    “East Jessamine was big and physical. We had to play a perfect game to beat them and we made too many mistakes,” said GCHS Football Coach Kevin Siple.

  • Lady Braves plan to defend...

    Grant County Lady Braves coach Ron Maddox, whose team has been playing some of its best soccer as of late, said he feels good about his team heading into the Toyota Cup. He said defending the tournament championship is a priority for his Lady Braves.
    Action is set to begin at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 21. All games will be played at the Grant County soccer field on the Grant County Middle School campus.
    Schedule of Events:
    9:30 a.m. - Spencer Co. vs Gallatin Co. (Girls)
    11:15 a.m. - Villa Madonna vs Conner (Boys)

  • Grant to host Dry Ridge Toyota...

    Local soccer fans have plenty to be excited about with the 4th Annual Dry Ridge Toyota Cup set to bring some of the best soccer action in the state to Grant County this weekend.

    Grant County and Gallatin County headline the boys’ tournament from the 8th Region, while  Conner and defending champion Villa Madonna represent the 9th Region.

  • Grant County Braves win against...
  • SPORTS SHORTS

    GCHS girls golf team earns 2nd place honors

    On Sept. 14, the Grant County High School Lady Braves golf team participated in the Powell County Invitational Golf Tournament and came away with second place and a team score of 372.

    Mason County was the team champion with a score of 361 in the field of 13 schools at Beechfork Golf Club in Clay City.

    Macy Wright, with a score of 82, won the individual championship, while Sarah Boden, with an 84 won second after a playoff with Lauren Vice of Mason County.

  • GCHS HOMECOMING
  • FRIENDS OF SHERMAN TAVERN...

    At the 35th Annual Ida Lee Willis Memorial Foundation awards ceremony, the Friends of Sherman Tavern received the Preservation

    Project Award for an outstanding example of restoration or rehabilitation of a historic building, the Sherman Tavern, located in Grant County on route US 25.
    Each May, which is National Historic Preservation Month, the awards are presented in partnership with the Kentucky Heritage Council/State Historic Preservation Office.