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Today's Sports

  • Williamstown recognizes softball...
  • Lady Demons outhit Lady Braves

    The Williamstown Lady Demons and the Grant County Braves squared off against each other for the first time this season on May 13, at Williamstown High School.  The Lady Demons upended the Lady Braves in five innings by the score of 10-0.  

  • VAUGHT’S VIEWS

    Even though Kentucky and Indiana no longer play annually, the two basketball coaching staffs certainly have some interesting ties now.

  • Lady Demons lose heartbreaker to...

    The Williamstown Lady Demons hosted the Simon Kenton Lady Pioneers in a makeup game on Monday, May 8.  The 32nd District matchup was a big game for the Lady Demons.  They lost 10-8.  Simon Kenton evened their record on the year to 12-12 while Williamstown falls to 13-9.
      

  • Braves bounce back, beat Demons...

    Following an 11-0 loss at the hands of Harrison County May 2, Grant County went to the plate in the top of the first inning May 3 with runs on the mind and quickly put two on the board, a number they would match or exceed in each of the following four innings against 32nd district foe Williamstown.

    Walks by Hoyt Plunkett, Damion Ingguls and Austin Helmer loaded the bases for Matthew Rothwell, who, with two outs, lined a 1-2 offering from Demons pitcher Trace Good into centerfield, plating Plunkett and Ingguls.

  • GC Tennis vs. Gallatin County
  • GCHS Track Invitational

    The Grant County Girls Track team won the GCHS Invitational of seven teams that  participated and the boys received runner-up.

  • VAUGHT’S VIEWS

    Kash Daniel has a lot of lofty goals for himself during his sophomore season at Kentucky and has them posted on his apartment wall so he sees them every night.

    He wants to bench press 405 pounds and squat 550. He wants to play on every special team UK has. He wants to start at linebacker even though UK returns linebackers Jordan Jones and Courtney Love, its top two tacklers from last year.

  • Williamstown Demons halt skid...

    Williamstown sent senior pitcher Caleb Thompson to the mound April 27 against Newport looking to snap a five-game losing streak. The upperclassman responded, tossing six innings of three-hit baseball, striking out eight, allowing just six base runners and no runs on 77 pitches.

    Thompson flew out in his only official at-bat of the game, but was hit by a pitch and walked, scoring one of the Demons’ seven runs in the sixth inning, in his other plate appearances.

  • Lady Demons win one of three in...

    The first trip to the All-A Classic for the Williamstown Lady Demons softball team was a great experience for his team, according to head coach Andrew Laughlin. “Playing in big games like this will help us as we prepare now for the district tournament, Laughlin said. “I’m very proud of the way my team battled.”

    The Lady Demons this past weekend took on three opponents in the tournament, losing to Pikeville in the opening round 10-0 in five innings. The Lady Demons were held to only one hit by Delaney Kemper against Pikeville.