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Today's Sports

  • VAUGHT’S VIEWS

    At times he might have wondered what it would be like to be playing at Kentucky now, but Hamidou Diallo insists he never lost track of his plan.
    He enrolled at Kentucky in January intending to redshirt the rest of this season and then have a head start on the 2017-18 season where he figures to be a starting guard for coach John Calipari’s team.

  • VAUGHT’S VIEWS

    His first season at Kentucky was even more of a learning experience than linebacker Kash Daniel anticipated.
    “It was like a rollercoaster,” said Daniel. “This was my first year to really learn about playing football. Pulling guards, check calls, all that stuff. Back in high school you would just see the ball and tackle the guy. Now you can’t do it.

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  • Lady Dragons down Lady Braves

    On a bitterly cold March 18, the South Oldham Lady Dragons downed the Lady Braves 9-3 at the Grant County High School softball field.  

    The Lady Dragons ran their record to 3-1 on the season after the victory over the Lady Braves.  
    Grant County stands at 1-1 on the season.  

  • VAUGHT’S VIEWS

    Dominique Hawkins is not Kentucky’s star player going into this week’s NCAA Tournament play.
    However, he could turn out to be UK’s most important player.

    The showcase players are freshmen Malik Monk, De’Aaron Fox and Bam Adebayo. They are UK’s top scorers and all are considered likely No. 1 NBA draft picks in June. They’ve all been the subject of national media features and certainly will be put in the spotlight by CBS-TV.

  • VAUGHT’S VIEWS

    Kentucky football coach Mark Stoops isn’t ready to even think about a quarterback controversy one week into his team’s spring practice.

    Stephen Johnson took over last season after Drew Barker got hurt and led UK to wins in seven of its final 11 games. He obviously went into spring practice No. 1, especially with Barker coming off offseason back surgery.

  • Lady Braves defeat Owen, make...

    A balanced scoring attack led the Grant County Lady Braves to making history March 3 by advancing to the program’s first-ever regional final after defeating Owen County in the semi-finals.
    It was the first time in 24 years the Lady Braves had made it to the regional semi-finals.

    “It’s big because the girls’ program hasn’t made it this far before, but it’s something we have wanted to do and talk about often,” Lady Braves Coach Shawn West said.

  • Grant’s postseason ends one step...

    The magical postseason run for the Grant County Lady Braves ended March 4 when they ran into a powerful Simon Kenton team.

    In a rematch of the 32nd district championship, the Lady Braves struggled to put up points and fell 69-22 to the Lady Pioneers.

    It was the third time this season Simon Kenton had defeated Grant, who lost 71-35 back in January and  65-35 in the district championship.
    Lady Braves Coach Shawn West said that the Lady Pioneers’ pressure and depth are what bothers his team the most.