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Today's Sports

  • Johnston takes over as Lady...

    One of the top student-athletes in Grayson County High School history is poised to begin his career as a head coach there.
    Travis Johnston has been selected as the coach of the GCHS girls’ basketball program. He replaces Daniel Pharris, who resigned in mid-May to pursue a career in administration.

  • Cougars fall to Spartans, 49-0

    BOWLING GREEN – Grayson County remained in the loss column in Week 4 of the 2017 high school football season. Host South Warren pulled away to defeat the Cou­gars, 49-0 in a Class 5-A, District 2 game Friday night.

    The Cougars suffered their third straight loss, slipping to 1-4 overall, and 0-1 in Class 5-A, District 2. South Warren moved to 5-0 overall and 1-0 in the district.

    Through five games, South Warren has outscored opponents, 190-44.

  • Lady Cougars split matches with...

    HARTFORD – The Grayson County Lady Cougars split back-to-back matches with Ohio County last week.

    On Tuesday, the Lady Cougars beat Ohio County 25-22, 22-25, 25-21. But two days later, Ohio County got revenge on their home court, narrowly defeating Grayson County, 25-23, 25-18.

    Grayson County played at Warren Central on Tuesday night, and plays Ed­monson County Thursday evening.

  • Lady Cougars blank McLean County...

    LEITCHFIELD – Grayson County shut out familiar rival McLean County, 4-0 in a non-district girls’ high school soccer game Monday, Sept. 11, improving to 4-3-1 on the season.

    Keisha Dennis, Gil­­­­­lian Johnston, Lexi Logs­don and Brandi Min­ton netted one goal apiece for the Lady Cougars in the win.

    Dennis provided assists on two of Grayson County’s four goals in the winning effort.

    Johnston and Minton delivered one assist apiece as the Lady Cougars won.

  • Grayson County to host Allen...

    LEITCHFIELD - Grayson County returns to its home field to host Allen County-Scottsville in a Week 5 high school football game on Friday, Sept. 22.

    The Cougars (1-4) will be looking to halt a three-game losing skid.

    The senior-heavy Patriots opened the 2017 season 4-0. Former state champion Pulaski County dealt Allen County-Scottsville its first loss of the season last week, topping the Patriots, 36-20.

  • Lady Cougars place 17th, Cougars...

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    LOUISVILLE – Grayson County finished 22nd among 38 squads in the team standings of the Trinity/Valkyrie Invitational at Tom Sawyer State Park on Saturday.

    Individually for Grayson County, Jarrett Crawford placed 27th overall among 323 runners.

    St. Xavier won the boys’ high school cross country meet.

  • Cougars fall to Spartans, 49-0

    BOWLING GREEN – Grayson County remained in the loss column in Week 4 of the 2017 high school football season. Host South Warren pulled away to defeat the Cou­gars, 49-0 in a Class 5-A, District 2 game Friday night.

    The Cougars suffered their third straight loss, slipping to 1-4 overall, and 0-1 in Class 5-A, District 2. South Warren moved to 5-0 overall and 1-0 in the district.

    Through five games, South Warren has outscored opponents, 190-44.

  • Cougars fall to Ohio County

    LEITCHFIELD — Unable to find a way around an offense-heavy Ohio County, Grayson County suffered its second straight loss in the 2017 high school football season, falling 60-7 Sept. 8 at home.
    With the win Ohio County remained undefeated, while Grayson County fell to 1-3.
    The Eagles moved ahead in the game’s opening quarter and never faltered. Quarterback Heath Simmons led Ohio County to the win, completing 18-of-31 passes for 340 yards and six touchdowns. As a team, Ohio County rushed for 302 yards.  

  • Cross Country Cougars boast two...

    Grayson County’s cross country runners performed well in the Purple Strider Invitational, held Sept. 12 in Bowling Green’s Keriakes Park. Teams from elementary, junior high and high schools throughout the region competed in the events, with Grayson County posting two top finishes.

  • Youth Tennis

    Two Grayson Countians recently captured top titles in the USTA Elizabethtown Youth Singles Tennis Tournament. Mackenzie Edwards, left, a senior at Grayson County High School and the daughter of Mike and Gail Edwards, and Owen Brown, a seventh grader at Grayson County Middle School and the son of Chris and Amanda Brown, were named tops in their respective divisions.