Today's Sports

  • Rebel Ramblings: 31st District...

    Boys Tournament

    Semifinals: Feb. 24
    Finals: Feb. 27

  • Lady Rebels rally for victory...

    The Owen County Lady Rebels were in need of some positive momentum on Friday night as they hosted Grant County in the regular season finale.

    A 56-31 win over the Lady Braves was just what they needed.

    Earlier this season the team traveled to Dry Ridge where they were looking to snap a five-game losing streak. They did so with a 64-58 win. The return engagement would not be as close as the Lady Rebels jumped to an 8-0 lead and never let off the gas pedal in rolling to the easy win. This time around the victory stopped a three-game losing streak.

  • Senior Night victory: Rebels...

    The Owen County Rebels saved their best for last Thursday night in Owenton.

    Head coach Devin Duvall summed it up best, “It was the best crowd we’ve ever had, the best ceremony we’ve ever had and the best team we’ve ever had.”

    Fans showed up early for a game that featured the two top teams in the Eighth Region in Owen County and Oldham County. Before the game tipped off fans had their chance to pay tribute to five seniors who have taken the program to heights it has never been before.

  • Upcoming judo tournaments hosted...

    The 2016 Rebel Judo Invitational will be from 12:30 p.m. until 6 p.m., Saturday, March 12 at the Owen County High School.

    Most Owen County students will compete between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m.

    The 2016 O.J. Helvey Kentucky State Judo Championship will be from 12:30 p.m. until 5 p.m.

    Most Owen County students will compete between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.

  • Athletics inducts four new...

    The Owen County Athletics Hall of Fame welcomed four new members on Saturday night.

    Guy Patterson, Jim Glass, Curt Cochran and Dustin Downey were each given their place of honor in the Hall of Fame prior to Saturday night’s game with South Oldham.

    Patterson’s sons accepted his plaque during the ceremony as he was honored as being the father of Owen County football. The football stadium is named in his honor.

  • Lady Rebels continue search for...

    The Owen County Lady Rebels are in need of some positive momentum as the regular season draws to a close. After a pair of losses last week the team has now dropped three in a row.

    The week began with a road game at Oldham County. The game was close throughout with the Lady Rebels holding a lead in the fourth quarter. Poor shooting and turnovers finally caught up with them as the Lady Colonels took the lead and won the game 48-36.

  • Rebels break tie in last minute...

    It is not always about how many shots you make but when you make them.

    Owen County’s Chad McDonald was not enjoying a good shooting night against South Oldham Saturday night. Still, in the game’s final moments the senior wanted the ball.

    With the game tied at 73-73 and less than a minute to play the Rebels called timeout to set up a play. Knowing the Dragons were going to double team Carson Williams who already had scored 40 points, McDonald told head coach Devin Duvall that he was ready.

  • Revels rebound after All 'A...

    The magic carpet ride continues for the Owen County Rebels.

    The Rebels recovered nicely after their heartbreaking loss last week at the All “A” Classic. The team bounced back nicely picking up three quality wins over three tough opponents.


    Two Lady Rebel games last week came down to a final shot. The first went in favor of Owen County while the second one did not.

    On Monday, the Lady Rebels hosted Woodford County. The Lady Yellow Jackets enjoyed the first half momentum as they jumped out to a 32-20 halftime advantage. The second half was a different story.

  • Lady Rebels win one, lose one in...

    The Owen County Lady Rebels played a pair of games last week. In both cases, the outcomes of each were determined by the second half.

    The team hosted Lexington Christian on Monday night. The first half was closely contested with Owen County holding a 29-25 lead over the Lady Eagles at halftime. The second half was a much different story as the Lady Rebels grabbed the momentum and ran with it. They outscored Lexington Christian 38-32 and won 67-47.