The Lady Cougars had a great week on the basketball court going a perfect 3-0 to get themselves back over .500. To make the streak even more impressive, all three wins came on the road.

They started last Friday with a comfortable 59-45 over Butler County, then followed that with an overtime 64-63 win over Ohio County, and finished the run with a 53-52 win at Owensboro to push their record to 10-8 in the year.

Grayson had gone through a rough patch coming into the week losing five of seven but the team with only one senior on it is starting to find ways to win games.

Versus Butler County, Bailey Snyder carried the load scoring a game-high 18 points with eight rebounds. Kenzie Renfrow backed her up adding 14 points and Rachel Snyder chipped in 12 in the Lady Cougar's cruising 14 points win.

Against Ohio County, Grayson had to show they can win a different type of way, grinding out the game. Renfrow was the leader for the Lady Cougars exploding with 22 points while grabbing eight rebounds. Bailey Snyder added 16 points and 8 boards and Rachel Snyder finished with 15.

Grayson ended the week, continuing the good momentum, while showing they can win close games consistently. They followed up a one-point overtime road win with another one-point road win at Owensboro.

The Lady Cougars record now sits at 10-8 while being 6-4 in the region. The Lady Cougars will be back in action next Monday when they host Apollo for a 7 p.m. game.

Boys Basketball

The Cougars dropped to 7-12 this week, losing both their games to end their four-game winning streak. They lost their first game 52-46 at Butler County and the second 60-34 at Owensboro.

Grayson started the week dropping a close one to Butler. Nolan Shartzer tried to carry the Cougars to the victory scoring a team-high 19 points in the game, but no other Grayson player got to double figures. Spencer Sharp added eight points and Q' Daryius McHenry was held to six.

The offense didn't get much better in the second game, managing just 34 points from five players in the loss at Owensboro. McHenry scored a team-high 12 points in the game with Sharp adding nine and Shartzer chipping in six.

Grayson will have to find a response quickly because they are currently sitting five games under .500 with a month left in the season.