Today's Sports

  • Lady Braves victorious against...

    The Grant County Lady Braves hosted the Williamstown Lady Demons in a district battle on Monday, Dec. 11, and ran away from the Lady Demons 82-30.

    Grant County’s full court pressure was too much for the youthful Lady Demons. The Lady Demons committed 14 first quarter turnovers, which led to easy buckets for the Lady Braves in the early going. They committed 38 turnovers in the game. 

  • Grant County scorches Demons in...

    The first battle of Grant County in the 2017-18 boys basketball season took place at Williamstown High School on Wednesday, Dec. 6. The Grant County Braves won the game by scorching the nets with hot shooting from inside and outside the arc. In runaway fashion, the Braves captured a 56-point decisive victory over the Demons at 94-38. Both teams entered the game without a win on the season, but the Braves proved that they will have a successful season. 

  • WHS starts season strong

    The Williamstown Lady Demons basketball team got off to a rough start dropping two games in a row to start the season before winning three straight.

    Gallatin County defeated the Lady Demons in their home opener 50-31 Nov. 28.  

  • Demons drop season opener

     The Williamstown Demons opened the 2017-18 boys basketball season with a loss to the Gallatin County Wildcats on Nov. 29 by the score of 78-30. 

  • Demons look to rebuild under new...
  • Lady Demons bound by ‘Practice...


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    Head Coach Kasey Mason said that “Practice Makes Permanent” is a motto that the Lady Demons are trying to live by in the 2017-18 season.  

  • Lady Braves return with strong...

    It is no secret that the Grant County Lady Braves basketball team will be one of the teams to beat in 2017-18.  The Lady Braves return a strong lineup from last season’s team that made a strong run at the regional title.  The Lady Braves flew under the radar last season but made a strong run finishing runner-up in the 8th region.

  • Braves are quick, experienced


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    Head Coach Joe Utter is in his second season at the helm of the Grant County Braves basketball team. Utter wants his team to compete in all games at a high level and they want to make the regional tournament this season.  

  • GCHS senior Smith excels on...

    Cameron Smith’s list of athletic accomplishments have grown tremendously in 2017. 

    While playing for the Grant County High School soccer team all four years, Smith spent his senior season constantly pushing himself. After making himself a well-known soccer star, he decided to join the football team, as their kicker. 

  • Williamstown boys finish 10th in...


    The Williamstown High School boys’ varsity cross country team took home a top 10 finish at the state meet Nov. 4 at the Kentucky Horse Park.

    The team placed 10th in the Class A 5K race behind Louisville Holy Cross (first), Owensboro Catholic (second), Lexington Christian (third), St. Henry (fourth), Louisville Collegiate (fifth), Green County (sixth), Bracken County (seventh), Kentucky Country Day (eighth) and Villa Madonna (ninth).