Today's Sports


    He’s not flashy or overly dramatic, but just being himself worked perfectly for Rob Bromley at WKYT-TV (Channel 27) in Lexington for just over 40 years.
    That run ends Sept. 29 when Bromley retires after doing what he came to love — covering University of Kentucky sports.

  • Grant County golfers finish...

    The Grant County boy’s golf team hosted the Tom Johnson Classic at Eagle Creek on Saturday, Sept. 16 and finished second out of 19 teams and a total of 99 golfers in the morning flight.
    Coach Michael Camacho said that it was pleasing to finish runner-up with such a strong field of teams and players.  
    “We beat a few teams today that I was not expecting to,” Camacho said.


    The Grant County Lady Braves hosted the Tom Johnson Classic golf tournament at Eagle Creek Country Club on Saturday, Sept. 16.  

    There were a total of 12 teams who competed on the day with several other schools represented by individuals who could not compete as teams because they lacked enough players.  

  • Lady Demons get first win of the...

    The Williamstown Lady Demons volleyball team travelled to Trimble County on Thursday, Sept.  14, and came home with their first win of the season.  
        The Lady Demons have had several opportunities to pull off wins this season but have seemed to falter down the stretch of their matches. But that wasn’t the case against Trimble.  

  • First-half explosion by GRC...

    Size and numbers were the difference as the Grant County Braves football team fell 47-14 on Sept. 15 at George Rogers Clark.
    The loss dropped the Braves to 0-5 on the season.

  • Lady Braves lose to Carroll...

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers travelled to Grant County High School on Tuesday, Sept. 12, and made their trip home a happy one defeating the Lady Braves volleyball team 22-25, 26-24 and 25-21.  
    Each of the three games stayed competitive and both teams had opportunities for big runs and leads.

  • Braves drop home opener, move...

    Grant County was able to play in front of their home crowd Sept. 8 for the first team this season, but the result remained the same.
    The Braves fell to 0-4 after a 56-14 loss against North Laurel.

  • GCHS soccer to host Dry Ridge...

    The Grant County boys and girls soccer teams will try to defend their home turf Sept. 16 in the annual Dry Ridge Toyota Invitational Cup at Grant County Middle School.
    The day-long event will kick off at 8 a.m. with an opening match between the Braves boys team and Beechwood.
    The other two boys soccer opponents, Conner and Gallatin County, will battle at 11:30 a.m.
    The winners of those matches will play for the championship at 6:30 p.m.
    The two losing teams will meet in a consolation game at 3 p.m.

  • Braves best Covington Latin...

    The Grant County Braves earned their fifth win of the season Sept. 5 with a 6-0 shutout victory against the Covington Latin Spartans. Goals came from Cody Crittenden, Cameron Smith, Brayden Taylor, two from Nick Kells and a header from Andrew Gibson.
    The Braves started out slow but quickly found their pace. Crittenden was able to score the first goal in the 11th minute of the match, followed by Smith’s goal three minutes later.


    Ask Kentucky sophomore linebacker Kash Daniel what he thinks of former NFL all-pro linebacker Buddy Curry and it’s not hard for him to answer. He calls him a “great man” to be around.
    “I learned a lot from being around him. Not just about football but life in general when I worked a camp with him this summer,” said Daniel.