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Today's Sports

  • Improving fisheries to try out...

    By Lee McClellan

    Kentucky Afield Outdoors

    FRANKFORT – The deepest snow since Bill Clinton roamed the White House pounded Kentucky this week, leaving in its wake stranded cars, sore backs from shoveling snow and grumbling citizens.

    It seems remote now, but in just a couple of weeks, we’ll be slipping on short sleeve fishing shirts and hitting the water. This bracing cold will soon pass.

  • Lady Cougars conclude regular-...

    Last week’s snowstorm prevented the Grayson County Lady Cougars from returning to the court after Valentine’s Day. In a game that ultimately served as their regular-season finale, the Lady Cougars beat Breckinridge County 68-59 on Saturday, Feb. 14.

    Grayson County entered the postseason with a 21-6 record — the Third Region’s best mark. The Lady Cougars, under the guidance of head coach Daniel Pharris, a 1999 Grayson County High School graduate, compiled a 14-3 record versus Third Region opponents and amassed a perfect 6-0 12th District record.

  • Cougars finish regular season...

    Despite concluding the regular-season on a two-game losing skid, Grayson County entered the postseason ranked as one of the Third Region’s top boys’ basketball teams.

    The Cougars ended the 2014-15 regular season at 16-10, which was the Third Region’s fourth-best record prior to district tournaments tipping off.

    Under the tutelage of head coach Kelly Carwile, the Cougars compiled an 11-6 record versus region opponents, and finished the regular season with a 5-1 12th District record.

  • An OldFashioned Rabbit Hunt

    It was the middle of January and it was going to be a beautiful day; the weatherman was predicting about 60 degrees for the high. A couple of friends of mine wanted to go on a rabbit hunt. We met about 9 a.m. at one of their farms on the other side of Clarkson. This was Robert (Fred) Logsdon’s farm, his brother Freck was along, and of course me.

  • Hunters post Kentucky’s second-...

    By Kevin Kelly
    Kentucky Afield
    FRANKFORT, Ky. – After two seasons of record harvests, Kentucky’s deer hunters kept the pace up this past season.
    The 2014-15 season closed on Jan. 19 with 138,892 deer checked; the second highest total on record and third consecutive season with a harvest exceeding 130,000 deer.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.