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Today's Sports

  • Cougars outlast Edmonson County...

    The Cougars clawed their way to a second-straight victory Feb. 2, defeating Edmonson County, 62-61 on the road.
    With the win, Gray­son 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.
    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.
    Logsdon entered the district matchup averaging 12.5 points per game. He is the only Cougar player averaging double figures in the scoring column.

  • Lady Cougars drop district game...

    BROWNSVILLE — Grayson County suffered it second straight loss on the road Feb. 2, as host Edmonson County pulled away to win, 51-28.
    Edmonson County remains the front-runner in both the 12th District and the 3rd Region. The Lady Cats boast the region’s best overall record.
    The Lady Cougars fell behind early and couldn’t recover. With the loss, Grayson County dropped to 12-12 overall and 4-2 in the 12th District.

  • Cougar archers notch first-,...

    Playing in two weekend meets Jan. 26 and 27, Grayson County High School’s archery team shot some impressive totals.
    In the Butler County Quiver Shiver, the team scored 3,278 points — including 150 “tens,” – the innermost circle on an archery target – and 128 “nines,” as the second–smallest circle is scored.
    The team finished second of seven competing, just 98 points behind first–place finisher Muhlenberg East.

  • Maple syrup time in Kentucky

    By Sid Cann

  • Lady Cougars notch homecoming...

    LEITCHFIELD — 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.
    With the loss, Gray­son County slipped to 12-11.
    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.

  • Grayson drops three hard-fought...

    LEITCHFIELD — Grayson County suffered its third straight loss Jan. 26, as Whitesville Trinity prevailed 51-47 in the Cougars’ homecoming game.
    With the loss, Gray­son 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.
    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.

  • Cougar athletes ink commitments...

    Three Grayson County student-athletes recently signed agreements to play college sports at Campbellsville University.
    During signing ceremonies Jan. 26 at Grayson County High School, Emily Akins, left, and Mallory Akins signed letters of intent to join the Tigers’ softball program. They were flanked by Tigers’ 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.

  • Players of the Game announced

    By Danny Beasley
    Correspondent
    Twenty-three Grayson County student athletes have been honored by local businesses for their play in recent matches.

  • GCMS recognizes eighth-grade...

    Eighth-grade members of the Grayson County Middle School’s boys’ basketball team  were recognized during ceremonies Jan. 22 at the school. Each player was escorted onto the court by family members for the honor.

  • Fish and Wildlife partners with...

    FRANKFORT — Visitors to the Cumberland Gap area of the state soon will experience the majesty of elk in much the same fashion as when Daniel Boone blazed the Wilderness Road.
    The elk herd in Bell County is regaining a solid foothold through a partnership between the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources and the Appalachian Wildlife Foundation. The effort involves relocating elk from areas of southeast Kentucky with denser populations to the southern extreme of the 16-county elk zone, where fewer animals are present.