Today's Sports

  • Undefeated

    The fifth and sixth grade Amateur Athletic Union basketball team won the Sports of All Sorts Youth Association basketball championship in Florence on July 25, with a 9-0 record. Pictured, left, back, Coach Darrel Workman, Coach Clint Taylor, front, Kelsey Henry, Tianna Thornberry, Sydney Taylor, Shawna Workamn and Shania Young.

  • Fall teams feel the HEAT

    The heat has been on and the athletes in Grant County know it.

    Coaches have had to make adjustments to their practices because of the heat and that affects what they need to get done.

    “We have had to change our practice time to the morning and get our heavy condition done by 10 a.m.,” said Grant County High School Girl’s Soccer coach Melinda White. “We also have had to alter our practices to include hydrating breaks.”

  • Moore wins state trapshooting...

    Cody Moore, 16, a junior at Williamstown Independent High School, won first place at the 107th Kentucky State Trapshooting competition June 29-July 4 at the Central Kentucky Gun Club in Berea.

    Moore’s weekly practice at Triple A Gun Club and Crittenden Sportsman’s Club, in Crittenden, paid off and he hit 100 targets straight. He will be featured in an upcoming issue of Trap and Field magazine.

    He is the son of Tena and Jerry Feagan of Berry and Nick and Billie Moore of Dry Ridge. Moore is the grandson of Eddie and Wilma Cavins of Dry Ridge.

  • Lady Knights shoot way to...

    Most people experience “March Madness” in March, but for some Grant County girls, they get to experience it year-round.

    Rachel Justice 9, of Williamstown, and Shania Young, 10, of Dry Ridge play basketball year-round for the Northern Kentucky Lady Knights, an Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) team.

    The Lady Knights were Super Regional Champs in the Youth Basketball of America national tournament at The Midwest Sports Complex in Florence.

  • Big Bite!

    Calean Nix, 9 of Crittenden, caught a bass in a private pond with his stepfather, Jon Thomas on June 13.

  • Teen 1-ups 7-Up tourney

    How many kids can say they individually won a tournament? For Cody Kellam, 13, of Dry Ridge, winning the Northern Kentucky Junior 7-UP Tournament “felt good.”

     “I won by one stroke,” Kellam said “I struggled but was able to handle the pressure.”

    Kellam had a three-shot lead going into the two-day event that was held at Lassing Pointe, July 26 and Boone Links on July 27.

  • Tom Turkey!

    Jordan Howard, 14, of Williamstown, harvested his first turkey o his grandfather’s Grant County farm.

    The tom turkey weighed 21.5 pounds and had a 10.5 inch beard, spurs of 1.4 and 1.5 inches. Howard used a 20 gauge Mossberg.

  • Lady Tigers win state...
  • Braves win machine pitch...
  • Grant County kids go to hoops...