The eighth-grade Cougars held the host Butler County Bears to just five points in the second half on their way to a 58-22 blowout win to move to 6-1 on the season.
The Cougar seventh-grade basketball team put three players into double figures Saturday in Morgantown as they moved to 6-1 on the season with a 49-18 win over the Butler County Bears.
In an exciting, back-and-forth girls' middle school game Saturday in Morgantown, the Lady Cougar eighth-graders pulled away in overtime to defeat the Butler County Lady Bears 46-42.
The Lady Cougar seventh-grade basketball team led from start to finish last Saturday in Morgantown as they defeated the Butler County Lady Bears 32-17 to move to 10-2 on the year.
Crucial mistakes by the Cougars led to four John Hardin touchdowns last Friday evening as the visiting Bulldogs ended the Cougars' playoff hopes with a 37-20 defeat.
The Cougar eighth-grade basketball team got a 17-point performance from Josh Embry and put 11 players into the scoring column on Thursday as they steamrolled the Caverna Colonels 61-14 in Cave City.
The seventh-grade Cougar basketball team got scoring from 11 different players Thursday night in Cave City as they routed the Caverna Colonels 48-21 to move to 5-1 on the season.
Listeners of “The Homers” radio station in Owensboro have voted Grayson County's Talon Gary as its high school MVP for the 2014 regular season.
The seventh-grade Lady Cougar basketball team got a measure of revenge last Tuesday evening at Cougar Gym as they defeated the visiting Muhlenberg North Lady Stars 39-24 to move to 9-2 for the season.
Playing perhaps their worst game of the season, the eighth-grade Lady Cougar basketball team dropped a 49-21 decision to the visiting Muhlenberg North Lady Stars last Tuesday in Cougar Gym.
In a mind-boggling display of football dominance, the Grayson County Cougars advanced in the Russell Athletic/KHSAA Commonwealth Gridiron Bowl with a 48-19 drubbing of the visiting North Bullitt Eagles last Friday evening at Cougar Field.
The middle school boys basketball teams hosted the Hart County Raiders on Monday and went home with a pair of close victories.
Though they did not go quietly, the Cougar middle school basketball teams suffered a pair of losses on Thursday at Owensboro Middle School.
The Cougar football team closed out its season on a cold, snowy, windy Friday night at Cougar Field last week with a 40-12 pasting of the visiting Russell County Lakers to finish 8-2 for the year.
Before the start of the cross country season, head coach Anthony Miller said the goal for the teams this year would be to send both the boys and girls teams to the state finals at the Horse Park, in Lexington.
The middle school boys traveled to Brownsville on Monday and came home with a pair of wins over the Wildcats.
The eighth-grade C0ugars welcomed the visiting Frederick Fraize Aces to their home-opener Thursday night at Cougar Gym, then turned into the rudest of hosts as they demolished the visiting Aces 66-17 to move to 2-0 for the early basketball...
There was little drama in Cougar Gym Thursday evening as the seventh-grade boys opened at home with a 43-24 thrashing of the visiting Frederick Fraize Aces.
The Cougar eighth-grade basketball team scored 12 straight points late in the fourth quarter last Tuesday evening at Whitesville to pull out a tough season-opener, 44-36 against the St. Mary Angels.
The seventh-grade Cougar basketball team won its season-opener 47-33 over the St. Mary Angels last Tuesday evening in Whitesville.
The Grayson County football team's stellar season received a spot of tarnish last Friday as it suffered just its second loss of the season, 35-32 to the visiting John Hardin Bulldogs.
The Grayson County soccer season came to an end Thursday evening in Brandenberg as the Cougars were defeated 7-2 by the Owensboro Red Devils in the semi-final round of the 3rd Region Tournament, hosted by Meade County High School.
Playing at home last Tuesday evening, the middle school girls basketball teams won a pair of games from the visiting Butler County Lady Bears.
The Cougar football team moved to 7-1 on the season and a perfect 3-0 in 5A, District 3 competition with a 40-6 drubbing of the Jeffersontown Chargers in J'town last Friday evening.
Grayson County's volleyball team ran into a buzz-saw Monday evening in the opening round of the 12th District Tournament as they fell in straight sets to the host Edmonson County LadyCats, 25-11, 25-22, 25-12.