Today's Sports

  • 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.

  • September marks beginning of...

    By Sidney Cann
     As I go down to the basement to get some venison out of the freezer, there is not a lot left. I killed two deer last year, one in regular rifle season, the other in black power. Two packages of steak and some burger is all that remains.

  • Cougars shut out Hancock County...

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    LEITCHFIELD – The Grayson County football team prevailed in its season opener late last week, blanking Hancock County 23-0 Friday night.
    With the win, Grayson County moved to 1-0.
    Hancock County dropped to 0-1 as a result of the loss.
    Grayson County rushed for 206 yards. Also faring well through the air, the Cougars passed for 132 yards.
    Quarterback Talon Gary led Grayson County on the ground, rushing 15 times for 73 yards. Colby Hack followed, finishing with 56 yards via eight rush attempts.

  • Lady Cougars blank Butler in...

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    LEITCHFIELD – Grayson County won its season opener early last week, blanking visiting Butler County 3-0.

    The Lady Cougars dominated the Tuesday match, winning the first game 25-5. Continuing to roll in the second game, Grayson County topped Butler County 25-10. Finishing strong, Grayson County won the third game 25-13 to claim the match.
    Grayson County is scheduled to visit Butler County for a return match on Oct. 2.
    On Thursday, Grayson County outlasted visiting Meade County 2-1, winning 27-29, 27-25, 25-23.

  • Cross Country Schedule

    • Aug. 23  Practice Meet - All - Home Practice Course            
    • Aug. 26  Kentucky–Indiana Border Clash - H.S. - Yellow Creek Park – Owensboro
    • Aug. 30 Raider Twilight Run - All  - Ephraim White Park – Bowling Green
    • Sept. 6  Bowling Green Purple Strider Inv. - All - Keriakes Park – Bowling Green
    • Sept. 13 Bluegrass Cross Country Inv - All     - Masterson Station Park – Lexington, KY

  • NWTF Pledges Support for NSSF’s...

    The National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) recently joined the National Shooting Sports Foundation’s (NSSF) Project ChildSafe to promote firearm safety messaging and the Own It? Respect It. Secure It.SM (ORS) initiative. It is a natural fit as firearm safety is of the utmost importance to the NWTF and its Hunting Heritage Programs.

  • Cougars, Lady Cougars drop golf...

    HARDINSBURG - The Grayson County Cougars and Lady Cougars dropped matches to host Breckinridge County boys' and girls' golf teams at the Breckinridge County Community Center Golf Course on Thursday.
    In boys' golf, Breckinridge County beat Grayson County 160-173.
    Cole Manion (38), Logan Hart (42), Caleb Ray (46), Landon Nichols (47), Josiah Dennis (49) and Lincoln Nichols (53) all competed for the Grayson County boys' golf team.
    Breckinridge County defeated Grayson County 196-215 in the girls' match.

  • Cougars to kick off season...

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    LEITCHFIELD - Grayson County will host Hancock County for a season-opener on Friday. Kickoff for the Grayson County-Hancock County football game is set for 7 p.m.
    When the two teams met for a season-opener in 2013, Grayson County managed to pull out a hard-fought 28-20 win.
    Grayson County was picked to finish fourth in Class 5A, District 3 by The Cats' Pause 2014 Kentucky Football Yearbook. The Cougars, under the direction of head coach Ed Smart, compiled a 5-7 overall record during the 2013 season.

  • Another good fall squirrel...

    FRANKFORT – Generations of hunters have honed basic hunting skills and techniques and provided tasty table fare by stalking the forest for squirrels.
    For a young Chris Garland, squirrel hunting provided a gateway into the woods and remains a family tradition.

  • Vincent places eighth in Taylor...

    CAMPBELLSVILLE - Competing as an individual, Grayson County's Courtney Vincent finished tied for eighth in the Cardinal Classic girls' high school golf tournament at Campbellsville Country Club in Campbellsville on Saturday.
    Another Grayson County golfer, Abbey Gibson, finished 73rd.
    Madison Central's Tristyn Nowlin finished first in the Cardinal Classic, earning the tournament's medalist honor.
    Elizabethtown won the girls' high school golf tournament's team title.