Today's Sports

  • Cougars take district win...

    Community First Sports
    LEITCHFIELD - The Grayson County Cougars would not be denied on their home gym floor last Friday, Dec. 12. Senior guard Talon Gary scorched the nets for a game-high 26 points to lead Grayson County past visiting Trinity (Whitesville) 64-53 in a 12th District boys' basketball game on Friday night.
    With the win, Grayson County improved to 3-1 overall and 1-0 in the 12th District.
    Following the loss, Trinity (Whitesville) dropped to 0-3 overall and 0-1 in the district.

  • Deer hunt in Hardin County

    By Sidney Cann

  • Wildcat fan tossed before...

    Grayson County Middle School seventh grade boys won against Edmonson  County on Monday, Dec. 15, 54-43.
    The game started with a strong Cougar presence and nearing the end of the first quarter, fans were getting rowdy. A referee stopped the game with 41.5 seconds left in the quarter to eject a Wildcat fan from the stands. School personnel intervened and the gentleman was led out of the gym by a plain-clothes officer, followed by another Wildcat fan who was with the man.

  • Grayson County ladies fall to...

    Community First Sports
    LEXINGTON - The Grayson County Lady Cougars suffered their second straight loss in the Traditional Bank Holiday Classic at Lexington Catholic over the weekend. Scott edged Grayson County 58-51 in overtime on Sunday.
    Scott outscored the Lady Cougars 9-2 in the extra period to post the win.
    Following the loss, Grayson County fell to 5-3.
    With the win, Scott improved to 6-3.

  • Cougars outlast Breckinridge...

    Community First Sports

    LEITCHFIELD - Grayson County returned to the win column on Thursday, defeating Breckinridge County 66-61 in an early-season boys' high school basketball game.
    The win allowed the Cougars to improve to 4-2. Grayson County returned to the win column after a loss to Warren East two nights earlier.
    Breckinridge County dropped to 4-3 as a result of its loss. The Fighting Tigers suffered their second straight setback.

  • Gorby helps lead Asbury over...

    Community First Sports

    WILMORE - Basketball tends to be a game of runs, ebbs and flows. But this one was extreme by any standard.  The Asbury University women's basketball beat Union College 88-68 on Tuesday (Dec. 16) but it was a strange trip to the finish line.

  • Deer hunt in Hardin County

    By Sidney Cann

  • Grayson County eighth-graders...

    Community First Sports
     LEITCHFIELD - In eighth-grade boys' basketball, Grayson County didn't have any trouble getting past visiting Hancock County on Monday, Nov. 24, prevailing 63-23.
     With the win, Grayson County improved to 7-4.
     The Cougars gradually pulled away for the convincing win. After outscoring Hancock County 22-14 in the first quarter, Grayson County carried a commanding 34-18 advantage into halftime.
     By the end of the third quarter, the Cougars had expanded their lead to 53-22.

  • Cougars sweep Edmonson Co.

    Community First Sports

    BROWNSVILLE - Grayson County swept host Edmonson County in a seventh- grade and eighth-grade boys' basketball games on Monday, Nov. 3.
    In the seventh-grade game, Grayson County defeated Edmonson County 34-27,.
    The Cougars won in more comfortable fashion in the eighth-grade game, prevailing 48-17.
    Seventh-Grade - Grayson County 34, Edmonson County 27: Visiting Grayson County used a balanced scoring effort to defeat Edmonson County 34-27 in a seventh-grade boys' basketball game on Monday, Nov. 3.

  • Hunters prohibited from bringing...

    Kentucky Department of
    Fish and Wildlife

    Hunters will no longer be able to bring the whole carcass of a deer killed in Ohio into Kentucky.
    Researchers recently confirmed that a deer held in a northeastern Ohio captive hunting reserve tested positive for chronic wasting disease.
    CWD is a contagious and fatal neurological disease that affects deer, elk and other cervids native to North America. Currently, there is no evidence that CWD can be transmitted to humans.