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Today's Sports

  • Three-peat bid falls short

    The Owen County High School Rebels began Monday night’s All ‘A’ championship game with a 3-point basket.
    The game would end with the team needing one more.
    Carroll County High School used a stingy zone defense and a patient offense to grind out a 42-39 win over Owen County to deny the Rebels a third straight Eighth Region All ‘A’ title.
    The Panthers will advance to Frankfort Thursday night to take on Cordia High School of Hazard in the first round of the Touchstone Energy All ‘A’ Classic.

  • Sophomore superlative: Williams...

    The Owen County High School Rebels picked up a district win on Thursday night against Eminence High School.
    In the process, Carson Williams made history.
    Near the end of the third quarter of the Rebels’ 57-44 victory, Williams made a free throw to give him his 16th point of the game. The shot also gave him the 1,000th point of his career which made him the youngest player in OCHS history to reach that mark.
    “It feels good,” Williams said. “My brother (Sawyer) got it and my sister (Kelsey) got it and it is nice to join them.”

  • Girls make early exit from All ‘...

    When the brackets for the 2015 Eighth Region All ‘A’ Classic come out, there is one team the Owen County High School girls basketball team will not want to see on their half of the draw - the Walton-Verona High School Lady Bearcats.
    On Jan. 14, the two teams met for the fifth-straight year in the tournament. They squared off in the quarterfinals at Carroll County.
    After holding a slim 5-2 lead after the first quarter, the Lady Bearcats took control in the second quarter and raced out to a 25-10 lead at halftime.

  • League organizing for 2014...

    Spring soccer registration is now available.
    Until Jan. 31, the sign up fee is $50. After that date, the fee increases to $60.
    Coaches for  spring 2014 soccer are needed. US Youth Soccer module training for coaches and parents registration is required. If you are interested in coaching a team, a coaches form must be completed.

    Download registration form
    Forms and more information are available at www.eteamz.com/ocysl/

    U10 and U12 teams travel

  • Lady Rebels drop district contest

    They wish they could play the second quarter over.
    The Owen County High School Lady Rebels headed to New Castle Jan. 10 to take on Henry County High School.
     The two teams played a hard fought first quarter as the Lady Wildcats took a 14-11 lead in to the second eight minutes.
    In the second quarter, the Lady Rebels offense struggled to put the ball in the basket as they were unable to score.
    Henry County took advantage and opened up a 28-11 lead at intermission.

  • Rebels knock out Wildcats in...

    The Owen County High School Runnin’ Rebels have played three road games against 31st district foes this season and two of those games have gone to overtime.
    The Rebels hit the road on Friday night to take on Henry County High School.
    The two teams played a hard fought physical contest Dec. 20 in Owenton. Owen County pulled away that night to win 57-40.
    Friday night was another tough contest that needed extra time to determine a winner.

  • Rebels finish fourth in Florida

    The Owen County High School Rebels spent part of their Christmas break in Florida.
    The team traveled to Orlando, Fla. where they took part in the KSA Events Holiday Tournament.
    After winning their first game 69-50 over Griswold High School from Connecticut, the team dropped their next three to finish in fourth place.
     In their second game, Owen County took on Portsmouth, Ohio.
    Tournament most valuable payer Carson Williams finished with 29 points and 20 rebounds and Hunter Trenary added 16 points.
    The Rebels however would fall 61-54.

  • Lady Rebels busy over break

    The Owen County High School girls basketball team had a busy Christmas break. Starting on Dec. 26, 2013, the team played three games in three days.
    The Lady Rebels traveled to Raceland to take part in the Ohio River Classic.
    The Owen County team took on three opponents and dropped all three. Owen County lost 54-36 to Lawrence County and 58-36 to Bracken County. The team then lost a 46-37 decision to Villa Madonna.
    The Lady Rebels finished the break by traveling to Warsaw to take on Gallatin County High School.

  • Owen judo stars share skills

    The Owen County Judo Team hosted a clinic Saturday at Owen County High School.
    Robert Beverly and James Thompson shared with attendees the latest techniques and teaching methods being used in the sport. The pair themselves are training at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. where they are team members.
    Those in attendance included several people from Owen County but also coaches from all over Kentucky. They were looking to learn some new training methods to take back with them to their teams.

  • A busy week for Lady Rebels

    The Owen County High School girls basketball team is ready for a couple of days off.
    The team played three games in five days last week - two at home and one on the road.
    The first game took place on their home court as they took on Gallatin County last Dec. 16. The Lady Wildcats got off to a quick start as they jumped out to a 23-12 lead at the end of the first quarter.
    Owen County held its own in the second but found themselves trailing 31-18 at intermission.
    The deficit would prove to be too much as Gallatin County would win the game 69-43.