en Rebels score a win against Wildcats <img src="" alt="Eder Luna passes a Carroll County defender during the Rebels soccer came Sept. 12. The Panthers outscored the Rebels 9-1. " title="Eder Luna passes a Carroll County defender during the Rebels soccer came Sept. 12. The Panthers outscored the Rebels 9-1. " align="left" hspace="6" /><p> The Rebels soccer team brought home their first win of the season following a trip to Warsaw where they took on the Wildcats Sept. 14.<br /> Senior Wade Cammack helped carry the Rebels to victory with a goal and two assists. Freshman Caden Hedger and Richardo Perez also scored a goal, bringing the Rebels up by three.<br /> Strong defense from the Rebels only allowed the Wildcats to score one goal.<br /> The win came after a loss against the tough defense of the Carroll County Panthers Sept. 12. The Panthers outscored the Rebels 9-1.<br /> Volleyball team picks up win against district rival at home <p> By Eli Baker<br /> Special to the News-Herald<br /> The Lady Rebels volleyball team picked up a big 31st District win against Henry County at home Thursday, winning the game 3-1.<br /> The win put the Lady Rebels at 14-6 on the season.<br /> In the first set of the varsity game, the Rebels were up 15-4, forcing the Lady Wildcats to call a timeout and figure out a game plan.<br /> Henry County fought back after the timeout, but the Lady Rebels won the first set, 25-15.<br /> In the second set, the Wildcats slowed the Rebels down, winning 25-16.<br /> Lady Rebels win big at Dry Ridge Toyota Invitational <p> Although the Lady Rebels season is far from being over, the team made history Saturday, breaking the school&rsquo;s record for most wins in one season.<br /> The last record set was in 2001 when the team finished out their season 8-9.<br /> The Lady Rebels started out the busy week of four games with a 3-1 loss at home against Villa Madonna. Although the Lady Rebels had 25 shots on goals, the excellence of the Blue Lightning&rsquo;s goalkeeper only allowed one to slip through, a shot made by Destinee Epperson.<br /> The Lady Rebels quickly rebounded on the road with two wins. Rebels defeat Fairview Eagles in first ever match up <p> By Eli Baker<br /> Special to the News-Herald</p> Lady Rebels win 2 games at home <p> The Owen County Lady Rebels soccer team scored big at home last week, winning games against Pendleton County and Grant County.<br /> The Lady Rebels played Pendleton County Sept. 5, winning 11-1. Freshman Izzy Herdman scored five goals, with Destinee Epperson scoring four. Both Mattie Walker and Katie Hensley scored one goal each in the first half.<br /> Passes from Jodie Ransdell, Epperson, Herdman and Meagan Bruener contributed to the 11 goals. The team&rsquo;s strong defense only allowed four shots on goals from the Ladycats.<br /> Rebels continue season struggles on the road <p> The Owen County Rebels soccer team fought hard but couldn&rsquo;t bring home a win after three losses on the road last week.<br /> The Rebels traveled to Covington but were unable to score against the Holmes High School Bulldogs&rsquo; defense, resulting in a 6-0 loss.<br /> The struggle continued against the strong offense and quick defense of the Walton-Verona Bearcats. The Rebels quickly rebounded defensively in the second half, but the offense was unable to score against the Bearcats&rsquo; defense as they went on to defeat the Rebels 5-0.<br /> Rebels take down Newport <p> The Owen County Rebels&rsquo; football team defeated Newport at Patterson Field Thursday to earn their second win of the season. The game, originally scheduled for Friday, was moved up a day as the remnants of Hurricane Harvey were expected to move across Owen County Friday. The game against Newport was originally scheduled as the 2017 homecoming game.</p> MBMS cheerleaders take first at Swiss Wine Festival <img src="" alt="The eighth-grade team captains Emma Robinson and Madison Humphries" title="The eighth-grade team captains Emma Robinson and Madison Humphries" align="left" hspace="6" width="64" height="85" />