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Today's Sports

  • Lady Demons win NCKC Tournament

    The Williamstown seventh grade girls won the North Central Kentucky Conference Tournament Dec. 18 at Gallatin County High School. In the first round, the Lady Demons faced the Lady Bearcats, defeating them 32-22. Rebekah Justice led the way for Williamstown with 12 points, eight rebounds and four blocks. The win advanced the Lady Demons into the championship game against Gallatin County, defeating the Lady Wildcats 41-21. Justice and Sammie Souder had 12 points each. The Lady Demons ended their season with a 14-1 record.

  • West nails shot, seals win for...

    The girls’ county rival game between Williamstown and Grant County felt like March Madness, as Lady Demons senior point guard Chelsea West hit a three-pointer with 20 seconds remaining to lift Williamstown over Grant County  46-45, Dec. 17.

    “It was the one we needed,” West said after the game. “I didn’t shoot well the whole game, but that was the one that we needed.”

  • Braves fend off Demons

    The game was not much of a game for the Braves as they defeated county rival Williamstown 87-41 Dec. 18 at Grant County High School.

  • Former Williamstown student...

    Devanny (Dev) King, a senior from Medina High School (suburb of Cleveland, Ohio), formerly of Williamstown, has signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Georgetown College.  King, a 6 foot 1-inch center, is a captain for her squad and is a leader on and off the court.  

    Georgetown college’s head coach Susan Johnson and assistant coach Andrea McCloskey traveled to North East Ohio to find King’s entire basketball team, principals, coaching staff and parents in attendance for the event.  

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  • Lady Demons prepare for Grant...

    The match up of Williamstown and Grant County is always a highlight for both teams.

    The Lady Demons are gearing up for the Lady Braves Dec. 17 at Williamstown High School.

  • Braves look to defend home...

    With three games this week, the Braves will end the week facing county rival Williamstown Dec. 18 at Grant County High School.

  • Demons searching for complete...

    A new coach brings a new methodology of teaching players basketball.

    First-year Williamstown coach Steve Sigmon is in the learning curve.

    After losing to the Bellevue Tigers 59-56 Dec. 11, the Demons are 0-5 on the season, and are still in search of their first win this season.

  • Lady Braves make some adjustments

    With the snow and ice in Grant County, the Lady Braves are still working out the kinks, practicing for a county rival match up with Williamstown Dec. 17.

    “The team is spending a lot of time getting better defensively,” Lady Braves coach Darrell Guffey said.

    One of the adjustments that the Lady Braves has had to make is moving junior guard Erica Stith to point guard in the absence of eighth grade point guard Macy Wright.

    “Wright suffered a broken wrist,” Guffey said. “She will be out for three to four weeks.”