Today's News

  • Chelsea Roy adapts to softball at Northern Kentucky University

    Chelsea Roy knew this season would be a learning one as she was entering a different brand of softball and new surroundings.

    The former Grant County High School softball pitcher is in her first season of college softball, pitching for the Northern Kentucky University Norse and, despite bringing a 1-3 record into this week, Roy acknowledges that all is well for her.

  • GCHS defensive standout Scott Sharrock signs with University of the Cumberlands

    It would have been easy for Grant County High School linebacker Scott Sharrock to quit during his career.

    He readily admits he wasn't the biggest or fastest player on the gridiron, and what he didn't have in God-given abilities, the senior made up for with the size of his heart along with hard work and determination.

    "It wasn't always easy for me. I have always let that serve as motivation for me on the field," Sharrock said.

  • WHS Demons dismantle Walton-Verona in season opener

    The last time the Williamstown High School baseball team squared off with 32nd District opponent Walton-Verona, it was the Demons that walked away with their heads hanging and sour looks upon their faces following a season-ending 8-6 loss in the district tournament.

  • Now batting Billy Crystal? Are you kidding me?

    It must really be nice to be Billy Crystal. I wouldn't know, but based on the fact that he got to kiss Meg Ryan in "When Harry Met Sally" and hung out with Danny DeVito in "Throw Momma From The Train," I'm guessing things are not too bad for the 60-year-old Crystal.

    With that said, can someone please explain to me something that has bothered me for a few weeks and came back up during Williamstown's season opening baseball game at Walton-Verona Monday night—what in the world was Crystal doing in a New York Yankees uniform?

  • Grant County News NCAA Bracket Buster Contest

    As of March 23rd and through the first two rounds of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament Rankings:

    1) Kevin Hensley 250 points

    2) Steven D. Pettit 245 points

    Sarah Hicks 245 points

    3) Van Duncan 240 points

    Tim Webster (Alexandria, KY) 240 points

    4) Barbara A. Pettit 235 points

    5) Jeremy Webster 230 points

    Brenda Warren 230 points

    6) Tim Mason 225 points

    Sherry Mason 225 points

    George Phillips 225 points

    7) Charles McClanahan 220 points

    Edith Doyle 220 points

    8) Sean Ensinger 215 points

  • NCAA Men's Basketball Bracket Games

    East Region:

    1 UNC

    16 Mt. St. Mary's

    Friday, March 21, 7:10 P.M.

    8 Indiana

    9 Arkansas

    Friday, March 21, 9:40 P.M.

    5 Notre Dame

    12 George Mason

    Thursday, March 20, 9:50 P.M.

    4 Washington State

    13 Winthrop

    Thursday, March 20, 7:20 P.M.

    6 Oklahoma

    11 St. Joseph's

    Friday, March 21, 7:10 P.M.

    3 Louisville

    14 Boise State

    Friday, March 21, 9:40 P.M.

    7 Butler

    10 South Alabama

    Friday, March 21, 2:45 P.M.

    2 Tennessee

    15 American

  • Mixture of youth and experience has GCHS boys' track coach thinking state contention thoughts

    The Inside Lane with Michael Parker, Grant County boys' track and field coach

    Q: Who are some of your top returning runners, and why?

    A: Kody Thompson in the sprints, Jeffrey Covington in the distance events and Joe Soden should be the top returning field person for us this season.

    Q: Who are some notable newcomers that could make an impact?

  • New coach, seasoned line-up for the Grant County Softball Team

    Dugout Discussion With Marlin Gregg, Grant County High School Softball Coach

    Q: Who are some of your top returning players, and why?

    A: Senior Brittany Miles and junior Alesa Collinsworth. Brittany has been our leadoff hitter the last three years. Both are leaders not by assignment but through their actions and dedication to playing.

    Q: Who are some notable newcomers that could make an impact?

  • Williamstown skipper will lean heavily on pitching rotation this season

    Inside the Base Lines with Buck Walter, Williamstown High School Baseball Coach

    Q: Who are some of your top returning players this season?

    A: Michael Walter, Patrick Gatewood, Patrick Spoonamore and Joel Price, a sophomore. Joel is our number two pitcher and a crafty guy.

    Q: In addition to Michael, who else will pitch for you this spring?

  • Lady Demons seek district softball title this spring

    Dugout Discussion with Williamstown Softball Coach Mark Wilhoit

    Q: Who are some of your top returning players, and why?

    A: Amanda Goodrich, Emily Webster, Jaclyn Stith, Amber Vance, Ashlee Holt, Tori Wilhoit and Emma Harris. All of these players are returning starters from last year's team, and our experience level returning is good.

    Q: Who are some notable newcomers that could make an impact?