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Today's Sports

  • Meet Grant County High School’s...

     

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    Coaches: Coach Samuel Steele, Coach Austin Jackson and Coach Jose Fabela

    Previous coaching experience: Coach Steele – five years at Boone County; Coach Jackson – Two years at Dixie Heights HS and Coach Fabela – Grant County HS

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  • Seniors, juniors to lead Braves...

     

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    With four seniors, the Grant County Braves have set a goal of winning at least 18 games this season.

    The Braves, under third-year Coach Joe Utter, finished with a 9-20 record last season with a first round district tournament loss to Simon Kenton.

  • WHS Cross Country finishes fifth...

     

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    The Williamstown boys’ cross country team avenged their one-point loss to St. Henry in the regional meet to take home fifth in the state meet Nov. 3 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.

  • Braves end season on high note...

     

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    The Braves ended their football season on a high note, dominating the game on both sides of the ball with a 41-0 win at Gallatin County.

    The defense shut the Wildcats out while the Braves amassed 403 yards of offense on 39 plays compared to 152 yards on 60 plays for Gallatin County.

  • WHS boys, Braves’ Spratt qualify...

     

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    The Williamstown varsity boys cross country team and Grant County Braves runner Benjamin Spratt are heading to the state meet at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.

    The runners qualified after impressive performances at the regional meet Oct. 27 at Sherman Elementary.

  • Record-breaking season for...

     

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    One of the best soccer seasons in program history ended for Grant County with a 2-1 loss to South Oldham.

    The Braves’ defeat came Oct. 17 in the semi-finals of the 8th Region Tournament at Collins.

  • Trenkamp now Braves’ all-time...

     

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    Cody Trenkamp has written his name in school history as the all-time assist leader in Braves soccer.

    The record-breaking assist came as Trenkamp and his Grant County teammates defeated Gallatin County in the first round of the 8th Regional Tournament.

  • Kaiser leads Braves to 35-28 win...

     

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    A record-setting night by running back Nathan Kaiser propelled Grant County to its second win on the season.

    The Braves won 35-27 against Mason County on Oct. 19 in the team’s final home game.