The Lady Cougar track & field team made a little school history at last Friday's AAA Region 2 Championships when they finished as runner-up to champion North Hardin.
Senior Wyatt Skaggs pitched a one-hit shut-out Monday evening in the opening round of the 12th District Baseball Tournament and the Cougars beat the Butler County Bears 1-0 to advance to Wednesday's final and assure themselves a spot in next...
Hunter Clemons, 11 of Leitchfield, placed first in the 13-and-under division of the Addison Jo Blair 5K, held in Glendale on Saturday, May 16, 2015. Hunter also runs for the Grayson County cross country team.
Four Cougar errors led directly to all four Nelson County runs on Thursday as the visiting Cardinals handed Grayson County a 4-1, out-of-region loss.
Just one day after having their 60-game 12th District win streak snapped in Whitesville, the Cougar baseball team started a new streak by beating the Raiders at home on Tuesday by a score of 6-2.
Whitesville Trinity junior right-hander Drew Mills was nearly untouchable on Monday at Whitesville as the Raiders shut out the Cougars 5-0.
The Lady Cougar tennis team completed an undefeated season Wednesday evening by capturing the championship of the 3rd Region Tournament, held at Owensboro's Moreland Park.
Following a 21-1 whitewash of the Butler County Bears on Monday in Morgantown, the Cougar baseball team came home on Tuesday and put a 16-0 whipping on the Bears in five innings to move to 4-0 in district play.
GCHS senior cheerleader Kia Milam recently signed a Letter of Intent to attend Lindsey Wilson College and cheer for the Blue Raiders. With Kia were her parents, Matt and Jennifer Milam, and Lindsey Wilson Cheer Coach, Damon Hicks. Milam was also...
Playing in the Town & Country Classic last Friday evening at Christian County High School in Hopkinsville, the Cougars shut out the host Colonels by a score of 8-0.
Just a few days after playing one of their best games of the season in a 12-4 win at Butler County, the Cougar softball team had a terrible day in an 11-3 loss to the Bears at Cougar Field on Monday.
The Cougar softball team picked up its second straight 12th District win on Thursday as they pounded the Butler County Lady Bears 12-4 in Morgantown.
With regional track & field competition steadily nearing, the Grayson County teams seem to be peaking at the right time.
The Cougar tennis program honored three seniors last Monday befiore the start of their match against visiting Owensboro Catholic.
Campbellsville University Softball was well represented at Wednesday's annual awards banquet at the National Corvette Museum. Victoria Decker was named the Mid-South Conference Pitcher of the Year and Jacqueline Roof earned the Freshman of the...
The Cougar baseball team saw its seven-game win streak halted Monday evening at Don Lee Field as the visiting Central Hardin Bruins bested them 5-3.
COLUMBIA, Ky. — Coming off their sixth Mid-South Conference regular season title, the Campbellsville Lady Tigers will be the No. 1 seed in this week's Mid-South Conference Tournament.One of the...
FRISCO, Texas (April 27, 2015) – Elizabethtown, Ky., will host the Kohl's US Youth Soccer American Cup, the largest recreational youth soccer tournament in the United States, at Elizabethtown Sports Park on May 9-10. The Under-10 through...
Registration is now underway for the 10th annual GO Junior Golf Series!This year's GO Series will feature 17 tournaments during the months of June and July and is open to all juniors 18 years old and under.
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.