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  • Walton hands Demons 6-1 loss

     

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    Coming off a runner-up finish in the Dry Ridge Toyota Cup, the Williamstown Demons soccer team suffered two disappointing back-to-back losses.

    WHS was shut out 7-0 to the Simon Kenton Pioneers on Sept. 18, followed by a 6-1 loss Sept. 19 to Walton-Verona.

  • Lloyd uses fourth-quarter push...

     

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    A 20-point fourth quarter helped visiting Lloyd Memorial defeat Grant County 26-12 in the Braves’ homecoming game Sept. 21.

    Braves Coach Jacob Morris said the biggest thing his team needs to learn is to finish games.

  • Lady Braves overcome Lady Demons...

    For the few hundred fans who turned out to watch Grant County and Williamstown play volleyball Sept. 20, they were treated to great match. 

    Williamstown swept the Lady Braves in an earlier season matchup, but this time was different.  The match took five games for the Lady Braves to finally get the win.  

  • George Rogers Clark’s offense...

     

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    A blistering first half offensively by George Rogers Clark led to a decisive 55-18 win Sept. 14 over the Grant County Braves. 

    The Cardinals scored 21 points in the first quarter and 20 points in the second quarter to take a 41-12 lead at halftime.

  • WHS sweeps Bellevue
  • Lady Braves finish seventh in...

     

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    The 25th anniversary of the Tom Johnson Classic is in the books.  

    On Sept. 15, the Grant County Lady Braves hosted schools from around the state and Ohio and finished 7th overall out of 16 teams with a total score of 398.  

  • Braves win Tom Johnson Classic...

     

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    The Grant County Braves won the 25th Tom Johnson Classic golf tournament at Eagle Creek Country Club Sept. 15. It was their second victory in a row.

  • Lady Braves fall 2-1 in tourney...

     

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    The Lady Braves advanced to the final of the Dry Ridge Toyota Cup on Sept. 15 before falling 2-1 to Pendleton County in the championship.

    Grant took on Carroll County in the opening match.

  • Grant topples Gallatin in three...

     

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    The Grant County Lady Braves volleyball team bested the Lady Wildcats from Gallatin County on Sept. 13, taking two out of the three games they played to gain their sixth victory on the season.  

  • Braves defeat Demons 1-0 to take...

     

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    Coming off wins in their opening matches, Grant County and Williamstown boys soccer teams met for the second time this season in the Dry Ridge Toyota Cup final.