Grayson's Miles Hornbeck wins the ball in the midfield from a Barren County player during teh 10 minutes of action before stoppage Tuesday.  (Jose Juan Ruiz/ The Messenger)

Grayson's Miles Hornbeck wins the ball in the midfield from a Barren County player during teh 10 minutes of action before stoppage Tuesday.

(Jose Juan Ruiz/ The Messenger)

Boys Soccer

The Cougars had an eventful week on the soccer field, getting a blowout victory, a lightning suspension and a tight draw to move to 6-3-2 on the season.

On Monday, it was an offensive masterpiece dismantling Todd County Central at home where Sophomore Josh Stevenson stole the show scoring four times. The win marked the fifth time Grayson has been able to score over four times in 11 games and brought their season total to 47.

The plan was to keep the party going Tuesday night when Grayson hosted Barren County, but mother nature had other ideas. After playing a little over 10 minutes and having Grayson keeper Brady Whobrey save a penalty, lightning struck around the area and the game was forced to be postponed. Officials will try to reschedule the match for later in the season.

The Cougars ended the week returning to the road Thursday night battling Russellville to a 2-2 draw, which puts them at fifth in the region, being 2-1 against region opponents and 1-0 in the district so far.

Grayson returns to action next Tuesday, traveling to face Campbellsville at 7 p.m.

Girls Soccer

The Grayson County Girls Soccer team played their final home match of the season Thursday night, losing 2-1 to Breckinridge County, in their only match this week.

Despite having a full month left in the season , the loss marked only the fourth and last time the Lady Cougars will play in town, dropping to 3-5 this year with 2-2 record in the district.

It also put a sour note on Grayson's early senior night with Laura Vincent, Kandler Lindsey, Matte Milam, Addie Horn and Grace Bernhard all being honored before the game.

Volleyball

Grayson County High School Volleyball split two grueling five-set maches to move to 7-4 on the season.

The Lady Cougars started the week edging out Muhlenberg County (26-24, 22-25, 9-25, 25-20, 15-9) to pick up a 3-2 victory on the road. Ella Robinson again led the team in points with 13 kills and provided fine defense with six digs to carry the team with Alexis Hart setting her up along the way with 20 assists in the win.

On Thursday night, it was another marathon match for the Lady Cougars versus Ohio County at home but this time they did not have the energy to close it out. After dropping the first set, Grayson responded taking two in a row but dropped the fourth set 26-24 and only got three points in the fifth to lose (25-17, 22-25, 23-25, 26-24, 15-3) 3-2.

Next up for the Lady Cougars is a trip to Trinity (Whitesville) next Tuesday for a 7 p.m. game.

Golf

The Cougar Boys team picked up a win versus Trinity Thursday 185-209. A low round of one over par 37 by eigth grader Landon Skees and a 47 by Griffen Chino led the way for Grayson on the day.