Grayson County pounded out 18 hits in five innings to make a winner of starting pitcher Jordan Turner as the Cougars run-ruled the Edmonson County Wildcats 17-2 in five innings Wednesday in Brownsville.
The Cougar tennis teams continued to roll through their competition with wins in matches last Friday, Saturday and Monday.
The Cougar track & field teams played host to four different teams last Tuesday in an All-Comers Meet that included the North Hardin Trojans, back-to-back 3A state champions.
Grayson County's defensive woes continued Thursday evening at Edmonson County as five Cougar errors led to eight unearned runs and the Wildcats won 10-0 in six innings.
Playing their first 12th District game of the season Monday night at Don Lee Filed, the Cougars got a five-inning, no-hit performance from senior left-hander Wyatt Skaggs and they run-ruled the visiting Edmonson County Wildcats 10-0.
The Cougars' porous defense once again led to a passel of unearned runs as the visiting Lady Raiders from Whitesville pounded the Cougar 16-10 last Friday evening.
Jaxon Higdon bagged his first gobbler on Saturday, April 18, 2015 on his and his pop's farm in Peonia.It weighed in at 28.5 pounds and had an 11 1/2-inch beard.
Fresh off their trip to Montgomery, Alabama over the Spring Break, the Cougar tennis teams picked up wins in three matches over the past week.
The Cougar baseball team picked up a pair of wins on Saturday and Monday, their fourth and fifth wins in a row, to move to 8-4 on the season.
Over the Spring Break, Cougar tennis coach Sherry Vincent took a large group of her players to Montgomery, Alabama for several days of intense tennis instruction from the professional instructors at the Montgomery Country Club.
On Monday, senior Maddie Stewart signed a Letter of Intent to attend Campbellsville University and play basketball for the Tigers. Front row, L-R: Lady Cougar coach Daniel Pharris, Richie Stewart, Maddie, Dana Stewart, Jaclyn and Jayme Pharis. Back...
Finally getting a break from the foul weather, the Cougar baseball team traveled to the Bowling Green Invitational on Thursday and came home with an 8-1 win over the Western Hills Wolverines, a team from Frankfort.
Despite weather better suited to ducks or sea birds, the Grayson County track teams hosted the Edmonson County Wildcats in a dual meet last Tuesday at Cougar Field.
A late-inning Cougar comeback fell short Monday evening in Owensboro as the Cougar baseball team fell 9-6 to the Apollo Eagles.
The Cougar tennis teams had been scheduled to play regional favorite Owensboro Catholic in the first week of the season, but bad weather cancelled that match.
The varsity tennis teams finally got their seasons under way last week with a pair of matches against regional opponents.