Today's Sports

  • GCHS Winter Guard ends season...

    The Grant County Winter Guard, a division of the Grant County Band program, finished their season in the Tri-State Circuit Championships at Ryle High School receiving first place with a score of 81.48 performing their show titled “River” by Emeli Sande.

    The staff composed of Jay Logan, Olivia Duguid, Johnny Harris and Mackenzie Dailey continued to improve the show as did the dedication of the Winter Guard members who were determined to achieve excellence, which was reflected in their rise in scores consistently throughout the five competitions.

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  • Demons struggle to make comeback

    With one of the youngest teams in the 8th Region, Williamstown baseball coach A.J. Mason knew coming into the season that the road ahead would not always be smooth. So he’s not exactly shocked that his Demons remain winless after eight games.
    Mason said the Demons have a strong worth ethic and good attitude. He continues to tell them that if you work hard, wins will come.

  • WHS still looking for first win

    Errors and poor hitting continue to plague the Williamstown baseball Demons who put together their best and worst performances of the season in back-to-back games.
    The Demons looked impressive in a 3-2 extra-inning loss at Newport before playing what is likely their worst game of the season in an 11-0 defeat to district-rival Simon Kenton. A lack of hitting cost the Demons versus Newport, while defensive errors ruined the day at Simon Kenton.

  • Lady Braves tie with Harrison...
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  • Grant County student body...

    Although the Grant County Lady Braves suffered a loss to Oldham County recently, the school and students gained the respect and admiration from the visiting team’s coach for their actions that night.

    The lesson didn’t come on the basketball court, but from the sidelines when Addison Ballard, the Oldham County girl’s basketball team manager, began shooting hoops, his true first love, during half time.

  • GC Youth Wrestling places...

    The Grant County Youth Wrestling is in its second season and was originally started by Curt and Sandy Messerly. The team recently competed at the Kentucky State Tournament in Lexinton. There were over 40 teams from across Kentucky. The Braves Youth Wrestling placed second place overall.

  • GCHS coach has high hopes for...

    By winning the District 32 championship for the first time in more than a decade, the 2014 Grant County Braves raised the bar for future teams. And that’s fine with Coach Brandon Grammer, who believes what the Braves accomplished this season is only the beginning of what the program is capable of.