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Today's Sports

  • GC races to the finish line
  • Williamstown Track And Field
  • Braves hope team is peaking at...

    A year ago, Grant County baseball coach Darrin Robinson watched his Braves peak at mid-season and look like one of the region’s best teams before faltering down the stretch and having their season end in the first round of postseason play.
    The veteran skipper wants to make sure his Braves do not follow the same path again this season, which is why he’s pushing his squad to finish strong and enter district tournament play with momentum this time around.

  • GCHS completes WHS season sweep

    Taking advantage of several Williamstown errors, Grant County scored early and often in an 11-1 district win May 5 that gave the Braves a season sweep of their crosstown rivals.
    Grant County came out swinging and took control early, never looking back while building a commanding 9-0 lead before the visiting Demons finally got on the board.

  • SAFE AT THE PLATE-
  • Lady Demons notch third win

    Seven players contributed hits that led to seven runs and pitcher Jade Pinkston did the rest as the Williamstown Lady Demons won for the third time this season, 7-5 against Pendleton Co.

    The victory matched last season’s win total with almost a month left in the regular season.
    Everyone who entered the game contributed to the Williamstown victory, but none were bigger than Pinkston, a freshman who struck out 10 in seven innings of work on the mound while going 3-for-4 with an RBI and three runs scored at the plate.

  • WHS beats Newport with big inning

    With just three weeks remaining in the regular season, Williamstown baseball coach A.J. Mason is pleased with what he is seeing from his young squad.
    The Demons are competing, going toe-to-toe with their opponents without flinching, while holding their own against teams much bigger and more experienced.
    But Mason feels it’s time for his Demons to take it to another level and start putting teams away when they have them on the ropes, instead of the other way around.

  • GRANT COUNTY LITTLE LEAGUE

    DIVISION SCORES:

    Coach Pitch
    Rangers 9
    Reds 15

    Woodslingers 0
    Yankees 10

    Royals 4
    Blue Jays 8

    Crush 15
    Woodslingers 3

    • Minor Division
    Wildcats 9
    Diamond Dogs 10

    Bull Dogs 16
    Mustangs 10

    • Major Division
    Bulldogs 7
    Reds 3

    Rattlers 8
    Sluggers 0

    • 10U Softball Division
    Dream Team 6
    Bat Breakers 2

  • Jump to represent Kentucky in...

    It’s been more than a month since David Jump took his last shot while wearing the orange and black of Williamstown High School. But that hasn’t stopped the accolades from rolling in for the basketball star.
    Jump, who recently ended his high school career as one of the most decorated players in Williamstown history, was invited to play in the 4th Annual HLT Check Exchange  Kentucky –Virginia All-Star Senior Game scheduled for April 26 at Pikeville High School.

  • Lady Demons see improvements

    With one of the youngest teams in the 8th Region, Williamstown softball coach Katie McLafferty knew coming into the season that consistency would likely be an issue.
    And she was right as her young Lady Demons have shown much improvement in the first half of the season with a lack of consistency being the difference between more wins and less losses.