http://www.graysonrecord.com/sports/rss.xml en Johnston takes over as Lady Cougars coach http://www.graysonrecord.com/content/johnston-takes-over-lady-cougars-coach <img src="http://www.graysonrecord.com/sites/www.graysonrecord.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/gr-20170720-hoops-travis_johnston.jpg" alt="Johnston" title="Johnston" align="left" hspace="6" width="53" height="85" /><p> One of the top student-athletes in Grayson County High School history is poised to begin his career as a head coach there.<br /> Travis Johnston has been selected as the coach of the GCHS girls&rsquo; basketball program. He replaces Daniel Pharris, who resigned in mid-May to pursue a career in administration.<br /> Cougars fall to Spartans, 49-0 http://www.graysonrecord.com/content/cougars-fall-spartans-49-0 <p> BOWLING GREEN &ndash; Grayson County remained in the loss column in Week 4 of the 2017 high school football season. Host South Warren pulled away to defeat the Cou&shy;gars, 49-0 in a Class 5-A, District 2 game Friday night.</p> <p> The Cougars suffered their third straight loss, slipping to 1-4 overall, and 0-1 in Class 5-A, District 2. South Warren moved to 5-0 overall and 1-0 in the district.</p> <p> Through five games, South Warren has outscored opponents, 190-44.</p> Lady Cougars split matches with Ohio County http://www.graysonrecord.com/content/lady-cougars-split-matches-ohio-county <p> HARTFORD &ndash; The Grayson County Lady Cougars split back-to-back matches with Ohio County last week.</p> <p> On Tuesday, the Lady Cougars beat Ohio County 25-22, 22-25, 25-21. But two days later, Ohio County got revenge on their home court, narrowly defeating Grayson County, 25-23, 25-18.</p> <p> Grayson County played at Warren Central on Tuesday night, and plays Ed&shy;monson County Thursday evening.</p> Lady Cougars blank McLean County, 4-0 http://www.graysonrecord.com/content/lady-cougars-blank-mclean-county-4-0 <p> LEITCHFIELD &ndash; Grayson County shut out familiar rival McLean County, 4-0 in a non-district girls&rsquo; high school soccer game Monday, Sept. 11, improving to 4-3-1 on the season.</p> <p> Keisha Dennis, Gil&shy;&shy;&shy;&shy;&shy;lian Johnston, Lexi Logs&shy;don and Brandi Min&shy;ton netted one goal apiece for the Lady Cougars in the win.</p> <p> Dennis provided assists on two of Grayson County&rsquo;s four goals in the winning effort.</p> <p> Johnston and Minton delivered one assist apiece as the Lady Cougars won.</p> Grayson County to host Allen County- Scottsville in Week 5 http://www.graysonrecord.com/content/grayson-county-host-allen-county-scottsville-week-5 <p> LEITCHFIELD - Grayson County returns to its home field to host Allen County-Scottsville in a Week 5 high school football game on Friday, Sept. 22.</p> <p> The Cougars (1-4) will be looking to halt a three-game losing skid.</p> <p> The senior-heavy Patriots opened the 2017 season 4-0. Former state champion Pulaski County dealt Allen County-Scottsville its first loss of the season last week, topping the Patriots, 36-20.</p> Lady Cougars place 17th, Cougars 22nd in invitational http://www.graysonrecord.com/content/lady-cougars-place-17th-cougars-22nd-invitational <p> Community First Sports</p> <p> LOUISVILLE &ndash; Grayson County finished 22nd among 38 squads in the team standings of the Trinity/Valkyrie Invitational at Tom Sawyer State Park on Saturday.</p> <p> Individually for Grayson County, Jarrett Crawford placed 27th overall among 323 runners.</p> <p> St. Xavier won the boys&rsquo; high school cross country meet.</p> Cougars fall to Spartans, 49-0 http://www.graysonrecord.com/content/cougars-fall-spartans-49-0 <p> BOWLING GREEN &ndash; Grayson County remained in the loss column in Week 4 of the 2017 high school football season. Host South Warren pulled away to defeat the Cou&shy;gars, 49-0 in a Class 5-A, District 2 game Friday night.</p> <p> The Cougars suffered their third straight loss, slipping to 1-4 overall, and 0-1 in Class 5-A, District 2. South Warren moved to 5-0 overall and 1-0 in the district.</p> <p> Through five games, South Warren has outscored opponents, 190-44.</p> Cougars fall to Ohio County http://www.graysonrecord.com/content/cougars-fall-ohio-county <p> LEITCHFIELD &mdash; Unable to find a way around an offense-heavy Ohio County, Grayson County suffered its second straight loss in the 2017 high school football season, falling 60-7 Sept. 8 at home.<br /> With the win Ohio County remained undefeated, while Grayson County fell to 1-3.<br /> The Eagles moved ahead in the game&rsquo;s opening quarter and never faltered. Quarterback Heath Simmons led Ohio County to the win, completing 18-of-31 passes for 340 yards and six touchdowns. As a team, Ohio County rushed for 302 yards. &nbsp;<br />