Today's Sports

  • BASEBALL: Cougars open season...

    Grayson County High School’s baseball team opened the 2015 season with a win over longtime rival Hancock County.

    Under the guidance of head coach Danny Clark, the Cougars shut out the visiting Hornets 5-0 in the Tuesday, March 17, opener.

    The Cougars plated five runs through six hits with pitcher Wyatt Skaggs earning the win.

    Offensively for the Cougars, Corbin Harris went 2-for-3. Skaggs, Logan Ramsey, Alex Shellhart and Logan Stevenson added one hit apiece in the shutout.

  • SOFTBALL: Lady Cougars drop...

    Grayson County dropped its softball season-opener with Owensboro Catholic on Wednesday, March 18.

    The Lady Aces rolled on the road, shutting out their non-district rivals the Lady Cougars 15-0 in four innings.

    With the win, Owensboro Catholic evened its record to 1-1. Pitcher Mackenzie Short registered four strikeouts and earned the win. Helping her cause at the plate, Short finished 3-for-4.

  • GCHS Tennis team prepares for...

    Grayson County High School’s 2015 varsity tennis schedule includes

    March 27 — Ohio County (away)

    March 28 — South Warren Spartan Tourney (away)

    March 31 — Apollo (home)

    April 10 — Lexington Lafayette (away)

    April 13 — Daviess County (away)

    April 14 — Meade County (home)

    April 16 — Butler County (away)

    April 17 — Ohio County (home)

    April 18 — Muhlenberg County (home)

    April 20 — Owensboro (away)

  • GCHS Track team prepares for...

    Tentative 2015 Grayson County track and field schedule

    April 2 – LaRue County (away)

    April 7 – Butler County, LaRue County (home)

    April 13 – (middle school meet) Elizabethtown (away)

    April 14 – Orange/Blue meet (middle school) Frederick Fraize (home)

    April 18 – Muhlenberg County (away)

    April 21 – (elementary meet) Muhlenberg County, Ohio County, Bardstown, Butler County, Hart County, Caverna, Fort Knox (home)

    April 28 – Barren County (away)

  • Cougars 2-0 following win over...

    HARDINSBURG — The baseball Cougars moved to a 2-0 season record, following their win Wednesday, March 18, over longtime rivals Breckinridge County.

    Grayson County had five runs off of eight hits, while the Tigers scored three runs on six hits.

    Breckinridge County scored first in the bottom of the first inning, and led 3-2 at the end of the third.

    The Cougars came charging back in the fourth, though, and eventually had three more runners cross the plate by the sixth inning.

  • Gorby leads the Eagles

    SIOUX CITY, Iowa – A former Grayson County Lady Cougar led Asbury University in scoring earlier this month as the Eagles met Cardinal Stritch of Wisconsin in the opening rounds of the NAIA Division II women’s basketball tournament.

    Kylee Gorby, now a junior at the Wilmore, Ky., university, racked up 10 points in the March 12 game.

    The Cardinal Stritch Wolves, though, went on a 12-5 run to end the game, holding on to beat the Eagles 50-43 in a physical, low-scoring match in Sioux City, Iowa.

  • GCHS grad coaches team to Sweet...

    By Rebecca Morris
    The Record

    A former standout on the hardwood for the Grayson County Cougars will be making a return trip to the boy’s Sweet 16.

    This time, though, Chris Gaither will be confined to the sidelines. His Martha Layne Collins High School Titans captured the 8th Region title earlier this month, securing a spot in the state tournament.

    Gaither, who’s been head coach at the Shelby County school since 2011, led the Cougars to the Sweet 16 in 2001, his junior year.

  • GC arrows in on targets

    Grayson County High School’s archery program posted what coach Jonathon DeVore termed their “highest scores ever” at the KHSAA Region 2 archery competition Saturday, March 14, in Logan County.

    Grayson County had a team score of 3214.

    Individual scores included:

    Eric Tucker — 274

    Carolyn Shelton — 274

    Zayne Priddy — 270

    Steven East — 268

    Abbie Harpe — 268

    Rachel Woosley — 258

    Gavin Decker — 252

  • Lady Cougars fall to Apollo

    OWENSBORO – The Grayson County Lady Cougars’ season ended with a loss to Apollo in the first round of the 3rd Region Girls’ Basketball Tournament.

    Senior forward J’Nayah Hall scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Apollo past Grayson County 47-43 in the tournament’s quarterfinals at the Owensboro Sportscenter on March 3.

    Barely missing a double-double of her own, freshman forward Braelyn Rhodes added 10 points and nine rebounds for the E-Gals, who led at the end of each quarter.

  • Muhlenberg tops Cougars in...

    OWENSBORO – The Grayson County Cougars’ postseason run ended in the 3rd Region Boys’ Basketball Tournament over the weekend.

    Sophomore guard Noah McElwain scored 14 points, senior guard/forward Cortland Hampton tossed in 13 and senior guard Hunter Noffsinger netted 12 as Muhlenberg County pushed past 12th District champion Grayson County 57-46 in the tournament quarterfinals at the Sportscenter on Saturday. With the win, the Mustangs (16-13) advanced to Monday’s semifinals to meet Owensboro.