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Today's Sports

  • GCHS football shut out 43-0...

    The Grant County Braves football team is preparing for a big week after losing its fifth consecutive game of the season.
    The Braves were shut out 43-0 on the road Oct. 10 against the Scott Eagles.
    The loss drops GCHS’s record to 1-5-1.
    Up next, the Braves play Conner at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 17 in the final home game of the season.
    The game also will be Senior Night for the team.

  • Grant members run strong at St...

    The Grant County High School Braves’ cross country teams competed at the Saint Henry Invitational on Oct. 11.
    The meet served as a preview to the regional cross country meet on Nov. 1.
    The runners now have a better understanding of what it will take to get to the state meet.
    Nearly ideal conditions existed as the sun greeted the runners to a clear day at Idlewild Park in Burlington.
     Senior Sydney Parker led the varsity girls running a 23:32.

  • Lady Braves defeat Walton, make...
  • Wright finishes 20th in state

    Grant County was well represented at the KHSAA State Golf championships in Bowling Green last weekend.   
    Along with three individuals who competed for state titles, the Lady Braves also competed in the team portion of the tournament.

    The participants were  Macy Wright, Sarah Boden, Brittany Hudson, Hannah Davis and Katie Michels.
    The team made the tournament by virtue of a second place team finish in the regionals Sept. 29 at Kenton County Pioneer Golf Course.

  • THE BANDS PLAY ON

    Name of competition:  2014 Simon Kenton Marching Band Classic

    Ranking and any awards:  The Band of Spirit received first place, Best Percussion, Best Guard in Class 3A (only band in class). The Guard was first overall in preliminaries. The Percussion was second overall in preliminaries. The band, as a whole, was first overall (out of 13 bands) in preliminaries with a score of 76.

  • Grant soccer teams vie for...

    The Grant County boys and girls soccer team will thane home-field advantage as they try to bring home the 32nd district championship next week.

    Both teams will compete in the district tournament at Grant County Middle School.
    The Lady Braves will face Walton-Verona at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 13 in the tournament opener.

    The matchup will be the second consecutive game the Lady Braves faced Walton.

    The result of the Oct. 8 game between the teams was not available at press time.

  • Grant runners compete at...

    Not a good day for man nor beast, but Grant County Schools runners did not let the wind, cold and rain stop them from continuing their drive for the finish line at the Williamstown Invitational.
    The Lady Braves started the day off early Oct. 4 with solid performances during the coldest part of the day.
    They were led by Summer Dearing, placing eighth in 21:51 and Sydney Parker, placing 11th in 21:57.
    Eighth grader Molly Howell made a late charge, finishing 13th in 22:30.

  • BRAVES FALL TO SOUTH OLDHAM

    The Grant County Braves football team dropped their fourth consecutive game in a row, but Coach Kevin Siple said the team is improving.

    GCHS lost 21-9 to South Oldham at home Oct. 3 for their first district loss.

  • Celtics compete in championship

    A group of elementary boys from Grant County, with the team name Celtics, completed a fall season by winning the elementary division tournament in the Blacktop League in Erlanger.

    The Blacktop League is an outdoor basketball league consisting of several teams from the Northern Kentucky area. The league is competitive and has been in existence since 1993.

    The Celtics were composed of eight boys from various schools in the Grant County area. This group went 9-2 in the regular season earning the team a number one seed for the tournament.

  • LADY BRAVES DEFEAT LLOYD 3-1