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Today's Sports

  • Eagles down Braves 78-57

    The Grant County Braves boys’ basketball team were handily defeated 78-57 at home Jan. 28 against Scott High School.  
    The Eagles took it to the home team behind the sharp shooting of one of Kentucky’s leading scorers.  
    Jake Ohmer of Scott High School scored 25 of his game-high 32 points in the first half leading his team to victory.
    The prolific shooter has scored over 2,000 points in his career for the Eagles.

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  • Demons suffer heartbreaking loss

    The Williamstown Demons travelled to Walton on Jan. 24 to take on the Bearcats.
    They came up on the short end of a 60-59 score.  

    The Demons led throughout the first half of play but it was the third quarter that led to their demise.
    Williamstown jumped out to an early lead behind the scoring of Jon Jump, who had seven first quarter points.  

  • Demons blowout Pioneers

    The Williamstown Demon boys’ basketball has proven that they are a team to be reckoned with.  
    The Demons hosted Simon Kenton on Jan. 17 and overcame a one-point halftime deficit to run away from the Pioneers 66-54.

    The Demons used a strong defensive performance and sharp shooting to defeat the Pioneers.  
    Brady Montgomery drew the responsibility of finding Simon Kenton’s JC Hawkins.
    Montgomery hawked Hawkins all over the floor and held him down throughout the game.  

  • Trimble County wins big over...

    The Williamstown Lady Demons fell short Jan. 21 to the Trimble County Lady Raiders by a score of 53-34.

    Leading scorers for Williamstown included Haley Howe with 16, Justice Chambers with nine and Makayla Kennedy with six.
    The Lady Raiders held the Lady Demons to only four players scoring all game.

  • Braves slow down running Rebels

    The Grant County Braves boys’ basketball team hosted Owen County on Jan. 23.  

    The Braves came out on top 59-54 on the night where the Braves honored four senior basketball players and two managers.  

    Seniors Zach Tuggle, Luke Adkins, Conner McClure and Tanner Souder were honored for their accomplishments on the basketball floor and in the classroom for the Braves.  

    Brianna Smallwood and Hannah Davis were honored for their commitment to the basketball program as managers over the last few years.  

  • Last-second heroics lead Braves...

    The Grant County Braves boys’ basketball team travelled to Simon Kenton on Jan. 20 to take on the Pioneers in a crucial district matchup.  
    The Braves pulled out a big win 73-72 when senior Luke Adkins scored with three seconds left in the game.  
    The Braves trailed by eight with two minutes left to play but turned up the defense and came up with three big steals in the closing minutes of the game that turned into baskets on their side of the court.  The place erupted in a deafening sound of excitement when Adkins hit the winning shot.  

  • VAUGHT’S VIEWS

    Kentucky signee P.J. Washington will be in western Kentucky to play games Feb. 17 and Feb. 18 as part of The Grind Session at Marshall County High School.
    Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nev.) was not originally scheduled to play in Kentucky this year. However, when the offer to play two games in Kentucky came, Findlay Prep coach Paul Washington knew it was too good an opportunity to decline.

  • VAUGHT’S VIEWS

    Kentucky figures to have an entertaining game with South Carolina Jan. 21 in Rupp Arena. However, odds are the halftime show will be even more entertaining.

  • Braves fall to Pendleton 95-70