Today's Sports

  • Lady Demons defeat Harrison 53-46

    Nickeil Alexander-Walker has one word to describe what type of player his cousin, Kentucky signee Shai Alexander, is.
     “Phenomenal. Phenomenal. Phenomenal. Phenomenal,” said Alexander-Walker, who is the

    Kentucky signee’s teammate at Hamilton Heights Christian Academy in Chattanooga. “He sees the floor great. He is really starting to score a lot more.

  • Hot shooting leads Demons over...

    The Williamstown Demons hosted the Nicholas County Bluejackets on Dec. 20, and road the hot shooting hand of senior Jon Jump to a 67-44 victory.
    Jump hit a long-range three from the corner in front of the student section and pep band to join the 1,000-point club at Williamstown High.  

    The game was stopped for a moment to recognize Jump, who led all scorers with 18 on the night, including five three-point baskets.
    Wenzie Fox controlled the opening tip and it didn’t take long for the Demons to tickle the nets.  

  • Jump hits 1,000-point mark

    Williamstown High School basketball player Jon Jump hit a long-range three pointer Dec. 20 from the wing right in front of the Williamstown Band and student section.  
    Play was stopped to award Jump for scoring the 1,000 point of his career as a player for the Williamstown Demons.

    Jump, the son of Jeff and Tina Jump, would continue to add to that throughout the game and currently sits at 1,021 points with a lot of basketball to be played this season.  
    He joined fellow teammate Brennan Stanley as 1,000-point scorers.  

  • Fox leads Demons to win over...

    The Williamstown Demons hosted the Lloyd Memorial Juggernauts on Dec. 17, and defeated the previously undefeated team 67-55.  

    The Demons jumped out to a 13-10 lead after one quarter mainly on the play of Wenzie Fox.  
    Williamstown went inside frequently to the 6’6” post player.  

  • Thoroughbreds rally late to beat...

    The Grant County Braves hosted Harrison County on Dec. 16, and lost in overtime 76-74.
    The Braves led by 15 points heading into the fourth quarter but turnovers and poor shooting from the field and free throw line cost them the game down the stretch.

    Another factor in the demise of the Braves was the fouls they committed which resulted in four Braves fouling out.  
    The Braves were without the assistance of both big men for almost the whole fourth quarter.

  • Lady Braves defeat Lady Demons...

    The Grant County Lady Braves defeated the Williamstown Lady Demons 63-46 in the Coaches for Cancer game on Dec.13.

    Grant County’s Lindsay Kinard led her team with 16 points and Bry Ezell followed with 14.
    Justice Chambers led the Lady Demons with 14 points, and Makayla Kennedy followed with 10.
    The Grant County-Williamstown rivalry is nothing new to these schools, as it has been around for many decades.
    Grant County coach Shawn West remembers it well.

  • Lady Braves fall to St. Henry,...

    After a long hard fight, the Grant County Lady Braves fell short Dec. 9 to the St. Henry Lady Crusaders 49-46.

    The Lady Braves were led in scoring by Abby West with 20, Madison Ruebusch with nine and Alecea Homer with seven.
    Grant County did have a strong disadvantage going into the game, as two of their normal starters were out with injuries.

  • Late rally bolsters Braves over...

    The Grant County Braves stormed back for a six-point deficit in the final minutes of the battle of the county Dec. 6 to beat the visitors from Williamstown 77-74.

    The game was about as equal as it could be, except for the final score.  
    Both teams made 13 two-point baskets. Both teams made 10 three-point baskets.  
    Both teams shot 28 free throws.  

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