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  • Lady Braves capture county...

    The Grant County Lady Braves volleyball team travelled just a few short minutes to Williamstown on Thursday, Aug. 24, to take on their county rivals, the Williamstown Lady Demons in an early season district matchup.  The Lady Braves swept the first three games of the match to gain the victory on the evening (25-17, 26-24 and 25-17).

  • Grant County Youth Soccer
  • Braves held scoreless by Owen Co...

    The Grant County Braves were held scoreless in a season-opening 19-0 loss on the road to Owen County.
    Braves Coach Jamie Dalzell put the blame for the loss on the team’s poor fundamentals.
    “Offensively, we must cut down on turnovers and penalties,” Dalzell said. “The turnover margin was too much to ever expect to win.”

    In the game, Grant County fumbled the ball six times, losing possession on five of the fumbles.
    Owen County gave the ball away on two fumbles.

  • VAUGHT’S VIEWS

    Kentucky opens the football season Sept. 2 at Southern Mississippi with high expectations after a 7-6 season and bowl bid last year. The Wildcats have been picked as high as third in the Southeastern Conference Eastern Division by some college football analysts.

  • VAUGHT’S VIEWS

    With all the football he watches on the practice field or in the film room, Kentucky secondary Coach Steve Clinkscale doesn’t always want to watch football on TV when he gets home.
    Often, though, his wife, Jasena, has a different idea.
    “My wife watches more football at home than I do. I come home and I don’t want to watch football and she wants to watch football all day Saturday and Sunday. I just want to watch TV and relax. But not her. She loves watching football,” said Clinkscale.

  • VAUGHT’S VIEWS

    Derek Willis has had a hectic summer that culminated with him signing a one-year free agent deal with the Detroit Pistons that will have him reporting to training camp Sept. 26.
    However, this week he’s doing something a bit different — he’s holding basketball clinics on four Native American reservations in the Seattle area with help from his fiancée, Keely Potts.

  • WHS takes next step toward...

    The Williamstown High School boys soccer team is one step closer to becoming a varsity program.
    Last year, the program had a freshman team that had a 0-10-2 record.
    This year, they are becoming a junior varsity team, with 12 returning players, with plans to move up to the varsity level in fall 2018.

  • WHS hosts basketball camp
  • Grant County Fireballs ‘Battle...
  • VAUGHT’S VIEWS

    Experience normally proves invaluable for Southeastern Conference football players at any school. Kentucky certainly is no exception.
    Just ask junior cornerback Derrick Baity, a three-star prospect from Florida. He played all 12 games as a true freshman in 2015 and started four. Last season, he started all 13 games and had three interceptions, seven pass breakups and 42 tackles.