en Cougars outlast Edmonson County in OT <p> The Cougars clawed their way to a second-straight victory Feb. 2, defeating Edmonson County, 62-61 on the road.<br /> With the win, Gray&shy;son County improved to 10-13 overall and 4-2 in the 12th District, while Edmonson County dropped to 7-16 overall and 2-3 in the district.<br /> Bailey Logsdon, a senior guard, led the Cougars to the win, scoring a game-high 30 points and reaching 1,000 points in his high school career.<br /> Logsdon entered the district matchup averaging 12.5 points per game. He is the only Cougar player averaging double figures in the scoring column.<br /> Lady Cougars drop district game to Edmonson County <p> BROWNSVILLE &mdash; Grayson County suffered it second straight loss on the road Feb. 2, as host Edmonson County pulled away to win, 51-28.<br /> Edmonson County remains the front-runner in both the 12th District and the 3rd Region. The Lady Cats boast the region&rsquo;s best overall record.<br /> The Lady Cougars fell behind early and couldn&rsquo;t recover. With the loss, Grayson County dropped to 12-12 overall and 4-2 in the 12th District.<br /> Cougar archers notch first-, second-place finishes <p> Playing in two weekend meets Jan. 26 and 27, Grayson County High School&rsquo;s archery team shot some impressive totals.<br /> In the Butler County Quiver Shiver, the team scored 3,278 points &mdash; including 150 &ldquo;tens,&rdquo; &ndash; the innermost circle on an archery target &ndash; and 128 &ldquo;nines,&rdquo; as the second&ndash;smallest circle is scored.<br /> The team finished second of seven competing, just 98 points behind first&ndash;place finisher Muhlenberg East.<br /> Maple syrup time in Kentucky <img src="" alt="Collecting maple sap using taps and buckets." title="Collecting maple sap using taps and buckets." align="left" hspace="6" /><p> By Sid Cann</p> Lady Cougars notch homecoming win over Whitesville Trinity <img src="" alt="Grayson County&#039;s Kenzie Renfrow and a Whitesville Trinity player face off during the Jan. 26 homecoming game. The Lady Cougars came out on top 58-36." title="Grayson County&#039;s Kenzie Renfrow and a Whitesville Trinity player face off during the Jan. 26 homecoming game. The Lady Cougars came out on top 58-36." align="left" hspace="6" width="117" height="85" /><p> LEITCHFIELD &mdash; A cold-shooting Lady Cougars team slipped back into the loss column over the weekend, falling 73-33 to South Warren at home Jan. 27.<br /> With the loss, Gray&shy;son County slipped to 12-11.<br /> Current 4th Region frontrunners South Warren shot 56.6 percent (30-of-53) from the field and went 9-of-24 (37.5 percent) from 3-point range, but shot only 33.3 percent (4-of-12) from the free throw line.<br /> Grayson drops three hard-fought games <p> LEITCHFIELD &mdash; Grayson County suffered its third straight loss Jan. 26, as Whitesville Trinity prevailed 51-47 in the Cougars&rsquo; homecoming game.<br /> With the loss, Gray&shy;son County slipped to 8-13 overall and 3-2 in the 12th District, while Whitesville improved to 12-11 overall and 2-1 in the district.<br /> The Raiders owned a lead at the conclusion of each quarter. After edging Grayson County 14-13 in the opening quarter and clinging to a 25-24 lead at halftime, Whitesville Trinity outscored the Cougars 14-4 in the third frame.<br /> Cougar athletes ink commitments to Campbellsville <img src="" alt="" title="" align="left" hspace="6" width="128" height="85" /><p> Three Grayson County student-athletes recently signed agreements to play college sports at Campbellsville University.<br /> During signing ceremonies Jan. 26 at Grayson County High School, Emily Akins, left, and Mallory Akins signed letters of intent to join the Tigers&rsquo; softball program. They were flanked by Tigers&rsquo; assistant coach Bryce White, their stepfather David Webster, their mother Shannon Webster, GCHS softball coach Eddie Anderson, their father Thomas Akins Jr. and former GCHS coach Jenna Cantway.<br /> Players of the Game announced <p> By Danny Beasley<br /> Correspondent<br /> Twenty-three Grayson County student athletes have been honored by local businesses for their play in recent matches.<br />