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Today's Sports

  • BRAVES STOMP OWEN COUNTY

    Hunter Lawson’s name will go in the record books, but the running back said he doesn’t deserve all the credit.

    The Grant County High School junior broke school records for most rushing yards, most touchdowns and points scored in a game Aug. 29 against Owen County.

    While the Braves dominated the rival Rebels all game, it was Lawson’s five-touchdown, 245-yards rushing performance that led the way in the 60-7 victory.

  • TINY TACKLERS: Grant County...
  • Grant, Williamstown have...

    Grant County
    The Grant County High School cross country team sent several runners to the Ryle Invitational on Aug. 30 in Union to get a head start on their season.

    With it being a holiday weekend, members could choose to participate.
    Senior Sydney Parker opted to run, and made an impressive showing of 31st in a field of 133 girls in the varsity 5,000 meter race.

  • Scroggins qualifies for state...

    Hannah Scroggins is headed to state.
    The Williamstown High School golfer won first place in the 8th Region All-A Girls Golf Tournament to qualify for state.

    Teammate Sarah Hick also competed in the tournament.
     Scroggins will compete at the All-A State Girls Golf tournament Sept. 6 at Woodson Bend Golf Course in Burnside.

  • GRANT COUNTY YOUTH SOCCER
  • Lady Demons beat Gallatin,...

    In between drills during a pre-season practice Williamstown Volleyball coach, Wesley Staff, called out to his team “What two goals are we setting out to accomplish this year!?” The team yelled back “talking and being faster!”

  • Grant Lady Braves win Glacier...

    Grant County girls volley ball is a team composed of no seniors. Despite the lack of seniors, the team has been playing together for a while and has good chemistry.
    First-year head coach Kelli Hollenkamp believes she may have walked into a good situation.

    “I am not only excited for this year,” Hollenkamp said. “But I am really looking forward to next year with a young team like this,”
    Junior Emily Livingood will be playing a big role as a setter for the Lady Braves.

  • Braves open season with 7-7 tie

    Head Coach Kevin Siple is going into his third season as coach of the Grant County Braves Football team and is feeling optimistic with the off season he and his team has had.

    “We have had great off seasons the past two years and are getting stronger,” Siple said.

    The football team is coming off of a disappointing 1-9 2013 season. This year seems to be a different story as they are a team of 21 juniors and 12 seniors that have experience playing as underclassmen.

  • Grant golfers sweep first two...

    Grant County Girls Golf looks to continue their strong start this year when they won their first match of the year at the Madison Southern Invitational and followed that up by winning the Central Kentucky Conference at Mt. Sterling Country Club and grabbing second place at the Grant County Invitational at Eagle Creek.

  • Williamstown cross country team...

    The Williamstown cross country team is in familiar territory having a young team with 23 middle school athletes and only four high school students in juniors Jeff Jackson, Carly Middleton, Avery March, and freshman Megan Perkins.

    “We are a young team with great kids,” head coach Mark Kinsey said. “A lot of kids are showing a lot of initiative and discipline.”

    The team will be headed by eighth grader Bradley Perkins.
    Within their respective age groups, all of the kids are looking solid, but the team is still looking for runners.