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Today's Sports

  • GCHS Senior night
  • Lady Braves end season with...

    With eight wins in their last 11 games, the Grant County Lady Braves looked primed and ready for post-season play and a return trip to the regional tournament.

  • Accomplishments piling up for...

    David Jump has accomplished things at Williamstown High School that most players can only dream of. From becoming a member of the prestigious 1,000-point club to setting the school record for most 3-pointers in a game, Jump’s success on the hardwood has made him a local legend.

    But it hasn’t come easy for the 5-foot-10 guard. Jump has had to overcome adversity throughout his career to become one of the most talented players to wear a Williamstown jersey.

  • WHS Senior night
  • GCHS Senior night
  • GCHS Braves strive for harmony

    Inconsistency has been an issue for the Grant County Braves all season and it continues to plague the team even down the stretch.
    Grant County continued its recent trend of win one, lose one with a win over Carroll County followed by a loss at Owen County, which was then followed by a win over Campbell County and a loss at Conner.
    With three games remaining in the regular season, it’s a habit Coach Brandon Grammer hopes his team can kick before getting into district tournament play.

  • Demons earn first double-digit...

    With their 10th win of the season, the Williamstown Demons continue to reach new highs in a season that has already seen several noteworthy accomplishments for the program.

    The elusive 10th win, which gave the program its first double-digit win season in five years and its second in a decade, came in a victory over visiting Trimble County on Tuesday in what was the Demons’ last home game of the season.

  • Three GCHS senior wrestlers...

    The Grant County High School wrestling program has come a long way in the four years since its inception.
    After not having a member qualify for state during their inaugural season, a lone Brave qualified each of the next two years before taking it another step forward this season with three athletes earning a spot in the state championships.

  • Youth Basketball
  • Demons beat Eminence, moves...

    Despite already tripling last season’s win total, the Williamstown Demons are not satisfied and continue to work hard in their quest for the program’s first double-digit winning season in five years.
    Williamstown moved one step closer to its 10th win with a 58-55 victory over Eminence in action this week to put win number nine in the books, matching the most victories for the program since winning 10 games in 2009.