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Today's Sports

  • Cougars capture coveted Tobacco...

    BROWNSVILLE - Grayson County returned to the win column Friday  night, defeating host Edmonson County 10-3 in an early-season high school football game.

    The visiting Cougars returned to the win column one week after suffering a loss.
    Grayson County pulled out a hard-fought victory in a defensive battle.
    With the win, Grayson County improved to 2-1.
    The homestanding Wildcats suffered their second straight loss.
    Edmonson County dropped to 1-2 as a result of the setback.

  • Cougars double up Meade Co., 4-2

    LEITCHFIELD - The Grayson County Cougars boys’ soccer team returned to the win column during the second half of last week, doubling up the Meade County Green Wave 4-2 on Thursday.

    With the win, Grayson County snapped a four-game losing streak and evened its overall record to 4-4.
    Meade County suffered its fourth straight loss, slipping to 3-5 as a result of the setback.
    Maximilian Scharf led Grayson County with a game-high two goals.
    Eric Liptak and Conner Schultz also scored for the Cougars, netting one goal each.

  • Lady Cougars rout Monroe County...

    LEITCHFIELD - The Grayson County girls' soccer team rolled to its third straight win  Saturday, defeating visiting Monroe County 10-0.
    Grayson County improved to 3-1 after notching the victory.
    Winless Monroe County dropped to 0-8 after suffering the loss.
    HaLeigh Mercer led Grayson County with five goals. Following directly behind Mercer, Kayden Sutherland added four goals for the Lady Cougars.
    Rounding out the Grayson County scoring, Leah Scott netted one goal.

  • Apply now for quota deer, small...

    FRANKFORT – Hunters may apply throughout September for a variety of quota hunts in Kentucky.
    Quota hunts help manage hunting pressure on popular public areas by limiting numbers. The deadline to apply for these opportunities is midnight CDT Sept. 30.

  • Lady Cougars finish 3-3 in...

    ELIZABETHTOWN - The Grayson County Lady Cougars finished 3-3 in the Queens of the Court volleyball tournament held at Central Hardin High School on Saturday. Grayson County posted wins over Boyle County, Wayne County and Muhlenberg County. The Lady Cougars, however, dropped matches to Elizabethtown, Allen Central and Southwestern.

    Grayson County blanked Boyle County 2-0 (25-18, 25-9).
    The Lady Cougars outlasted Wayne County 2-1 (25-17, 22-25, 15-12).
    Defeating a 3rd Region rival, Grayson County shut out Muhlenberg County 2-0 (25-17, 27-25).

  • Grayson Co. downs Apollo

    LEITCHFIELD - Following a shutout loss to Franklin-Simpson, Grayson County held off familiar foe Apollo to win 6-4 in a boys' high school soccer game on Tuesday (Aug. 26).
    The win allowed Grayson County to improve to 3-1.
    Apollo slipped to 1-3 with the loss.
    Eric Liptack led Grayson County with four goals. Joining Liptack in the Grayson County scoring column, Maximilian Scharf and Conner Schultz added one goal apiece for the Cougars.

  • Lady Cougars volleyball knocks...

    BROWNSVILLE - The Grayson County Lady Cougars rolled on the road early last week, blanking the Edmonson County Lady Cats 3-0 (25-18, 25-17, 25-15) in 12th District volleyball match.
    With the win, Grayson County improved to 5-3.
    Following the loss, Edmonson County fell to 4-5.
    Grayson County, under the direction of head coach Nancy Mudd, made its way back out onto the court after competing in the Apollo Summer Slam in Owensboro Aug. 22-23.

  • Cougars fall to DeSales in bowl...

    CECILIA - After blanking Hancock County 23-0 in its season opener, Grayson County faltered during its second time out in the 2014 season.
    DeSales pulled away to defeat Grayson County 30-6 in the Swope Family of Dealerships Bowl on Friday at Central Hardin.
    With the win, DeSales improved to 2-0.
    Following the loss, Grayson County dropped to 1-1.
    In another matchup played as part of the Swope Family of Dealerships Bowl, host Central Hardin beat John Hardin 45-12.

  • Lady Cougars pick up first win

    FRANKLIN - The Grayson County High School girls' soccer team notched its first win on Monday (Aug. 25), upending host Franklin-Simpson 3-1 in a non-district game.
    Grayson County evened its record to 1-1 after posting the win.
    Franklin-Simpson slipped to 0-4 after suffering the loss.
    HaLeigh Mercer, Gabriella Shartzer and Kayden Sutherland scored one goal each for the Lady Cougars.
    Shartzer also delivered an assist for Grayson County in the contest.
    Defensively, Grayson County goalkeeper Gabby Priddy limited Franklin-Simpson to one goal.

  • Lady Cougars drop opener to...

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    BOWLING GREEN - The Grayson County girls' soccer team dropped its season-opener to Warren East on Thursday.
    Host Warren East managed to edge the Lady Cougars 4-3.
    Warren East improved to 1-2 after posting the win.
    As a result of the loss, Grayson County started its latest season 0-1.
    Taylor Beals led Warren East with two goals and one assist. Ally Davidson and Destiny Smith also provided scoring, finishing with one goal apiece for the Lady Raiders.