Matthew Haycraft steps over the ball as he dribbles through the Muhlenberg County defense during Tuesday's game.  (Jose Juan Ruiz/ The Messenger)

Matthew Haycraft steps over the ball as he dribbles through the Muhlenberg County defense during Tuesday's game.

(Jose Juan Ruiz/ The Messenger)

Boys Soccer

The Cougars wrapped up the regular season this week by picking up their fifth straight victory over Muhlenberg County 2-1 Tuesday night.

Seniors Wyatt Schultz and Logan Rainwater made the most of their last home outing, scoring a goal each to put Grayson at 11-6-2 to end the year.

The win marked the second straight year the Cougars have been able to crack over 10 wins on the season.

In 2017, the Cougars mustered up just 24 goals in the year, but this season they exploded for 63 scores. Schultz was the leading scorer, providing 18 goals with six assists while Mathew Haycraft was the creating force behind the offense, finishing the year with 11 goals and 15 assists.

Now up for the Cougars will be the district tournament. Grayson earned the top seed, finishing with a perfect 2-0 record in district matches, earning a first round bye. They will be waiting for the winner of Butler County and Meade County in the 11th district final hosted by the Green Wave this Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

Girls Soccer

The Lady Cougars were off this week and will wrap up their season this Saturday with a trip to Warren East for a 10 a.m. game.

Yet despite not finishing up all their games, Grayson already knows its path in the post season. The Lady Cougars are 3-11, which pits them at the bottom seed in the district and will face Breckinridge County at 6 p.m. Tuesday with the season on the line in the district semifinal at Meade County.

Volleyball

Grayson County continued its up and down season this week, snapping a two-game losing streak and beating Glasgow (25-21, 26-28, 25-15) in its only game this week.

The win puts them at 13-11 on the season with a perfect 6-0 record in the district.

Boys Golf

The Cougars finished fourth in the region at the 5th Regional Tournament this Tuesday with a team score of 346.

Grant Manion led the way, shooting a 77 to get second place overall, qualifying him for the State tournament in Bowling Green next week. Jackson Mayes and Landon Skees both shot 89, while Jaxon Higdon put up a 91 and Griffen Chino scored 103 to make up the team score.