Today's Sports

  • Lady Demons crush Lady Rebels in...
  • Demons lose 85-63 to Simon Kenton
  • Lady Braves extend losing streak...

    It was another game of blown leads and untimely mistakes that cost the struggling Lady Braves another game Jan. 22 as they hosted region foe South Oldham.
    As if playing off of a script, the Lady Braves jumped out to an early lead as they have in many games this season.
    But as quickly as the Braves would get on a run, the Lady Dragons would come right back with one of their own.
    What would balloon to a seven-point lead in the first quarter for the Braves ended with a two-point lead by the Dragons.

  • Grant falls short in upset bid

    It was an epic battle at Grant County High School on Jan. 26 between the Braves and the Owen  County Rebels.
    Owen County came in with an 18-2 record and left victorious with a 73-70 victory over the Braves.  
    The Rebels jumped out early in the first quarter securing a double digit lead behind the hot three-point shooting of Chad McDonald and the inside play of Carson Williams.
    But then the Braves caught fire and began to chip away at that lead.  

  • Wright joins 1,000-point club

    Grant County Lady Braves basketball player Macy Wright is in the record book.
    The senior nailed two free throws at the 4:17 minute mark of the second quarter Jan. 24 to become the sixth Lady Braves player to score 1,000 points.

  • Braves hold on for 77-75 victory...

    The Grant County Braves gained a 77-75 victory over the Wildcats from Pendleton County on Jan. 16.
    The Braves jumped out to an early lead in the first quarter and maintained a double-digit lead throughout most of the game.  

  • GCHS honors 1953-54 basketball...

    The Bible book of Romans says, “Give everyone what you owe him: if respect, then respect; if honor, then honor” (Romans 13:7).

    There was a lot of respect and honor shown Jan. 16 to the 1953-54 men and women who were the first to play and cheer for Grant County High School 60 years ago.  
    Players came together from their former schools of Corinth, Mason, Dry Ridge and Crittenden to form the new basketball team of Grant County High School.  

  • Woes continue for Lady Braves

    The slump continued for the Grant County Lady Braves this past week as they dropped a pair of games.
    In both cases, the team had a lead and let it slip away.
    The Lady Braves traveled to Paris Jan. 12 to play the Bourbon County Lady Colonels.
    The game was close all the way through with the lead changing hands multiple times.
    Rebounds were the determining factor in the game, as the Lady Colonels pulled down 37 to the Braves 23. This allowed the Colonels to have more second and third chance points.