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Today's Sports

  • Baseball wins against Lloyd

    The Owen County baseball team picked up a conference victory last week against the newest member of the NCKC.

    The Rebels welcomed the Lloyd Juggernauts to Dunavent Field last Tuesday. It was the first meeting between the two schools on the diamond since the Juggernauts joined the North Central Kentucky Conference.

  • Track teams earn gold medals at...

    The track team hosted the Owen County Gold Medal Meet on Thursday night. Both the girls and the boys came out on top when the night was complete. The two teams bested Grant County, Frankfort and Carroll County.

    In the girl’s meet, Owen County finished with 118 points. Grant County was second with 59, Frankfort third with 26 and Carroll County fourth with 17. The Lady Rebels finished first in a total of twelve events.

  • 2016 Kentucky Derby Festival...

    Rebels standout Carson Williams traveled to Louisville Friday night to participate in the 2016 Kentucky Derby Festival Basketball Classic at Freedom Hall.

    Williams also played in the Kentucky Association of Basketball Coaches All-Star Game Saturday at Transylvania University in Lexington. He scored 19 points.

  • Ohio – Kentucky All-Star...

    Rebels standout Carson Williams was named the Kentucky team’s MVP during Saturday’s 25th annual all-star game at Thomas More College, featuring top players from Ohio and other Kentucky schools. Williams scored 18 points during the contest. The Kentucky team fell to Ohio by two points in a 94-92 loss.

  • Rebels go 3-1 on spring break...

    It was a spring break trip to the lovely city of Madisonville for the Owen County baseball team. The Rebels enjoyed their stay, winning three of the four games they played.

    Last Tuesday, the team had no problems with Webster County as the Rebels dismantled the Trojans 13-0 in five innings. Michael Dunaway picked up the win on the mound allowing just three hits while striking out nine batters. Austin Fitzgerald drove in four runs while Grant Cobb scored three times.

  • Lady Rebels begin 31st District...

    After a tough weekend in Cynthiana the Owen County softball team is getting ready to open up play in the 31st District this week.

    The Lady Rebels will get started today as they host Gallatin County. Owen County defeated the Lady Wildcats three times last season. The third win came in the semifinals of the 31st District Tournament. Overall the Lady Rebels were 7-3 against district competition in 2015.

  • Osborne enjoying senior baseball...

    The University of the Cumberlands is enjoying success this season thanks to a pair of Owen County alums.

    Their head coach, Brad Shelton, just became the school’s all-time winningest coach while senior Stone Osborne is finding success both in the field and at the plate.

  • Rebels snap losing streak with...

    After a sluggish start to the season, the Owen County offense roared to life last week.

    In their first five games of the season the Rebels managed just 14 runs. Last Tuesday against Gallatin County at Dunavent Field they scored ten in the bottom of the first.

  • Lady Rebels winning streak comes...

    The Owen County softball team suffered its first setback of the young season last week.

    The team traveled to Williamstown Tuesday to take on the Lady Demons. Both teams entered the contest having won three games in a row. When the game ended it was Owen County who had seen their streak come to an end falling 6-4. Freshman, Baileigh Young had three hits on the night including two triples.

  • Shelton finishes sophomore...

    Former Rebel Justin Shelton has wrapped up his sophomore season playing college basketball.

    Shelton plays at Erskine College in South Carolina. The Flying Fleet is a member of the Conference Carolinas and a NCAA Division II school.

    Shelton averaged 1.8 points and 4.5 rebounds a contest in his sophomore season. He was also second on the team averaging just under a blocked shot every game. Coach Mark Peeler said Shelton is constantly improving on the defensive end of the floor.