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Today's Sports

  • Maroon Rebels victorious

    The Owen County Parks and Rec Minor League Maroon Rebels won the Henry County Spring Fling Baseball Tournament this weekend. This was the team’s first three games of the season and they are now undefeated.

  • Owen County Youth Soccer League...

    Stamper’s Under 8 Big Monsters vs Bastin’s Under 8 Blue Bombers

    The Under 8 Blue Bombers headed into Saturday’s U8 tournament undefeated from the spring soccer season.  In the first game, they successfully faced the U8 Big Monsters to win 4-2. 

  • Hoop receives A.T. Siler...

    University of the Cumberlands presented Danielle Hoop, a native of Owenton, with the A.T. Siler Memorial Award during the 55th Annual Honors Day April 27 in the Gatliff Chapel.
    The A.T. Siler Award is awarded to a woman of the junior class who possesses the qualities which indicate the potential for outstanding contributions to her community as well as manifesting the best qualities of potential service to society. Each candidate must possess good academic standing and accords herself with the high moral standards of the University.

  • Zeroes help and hurt Owen County...

    The Owen County High School baseball team found itself on both sides of shutouts last week.
    After dropping an 8-3 decision May 5 to Franklin County High School, the Rebels welcomed Grant County High School to Dunavent Field on May 6.
    The team was looking for its second win of the season against the Braves. Owen County won 8-4 in Dry Ridge on April 21.

  • Boys finish third at region

    Saturday was a good day overall for the Owen County High School boys track team at the Region 5A Track Meet.
    For one runner, it was a championship Saturday.
    While the team finished in a tie for third-place overall in Danville, OCHS senior Hunter Trenary captured the regional title in the 3200-meter run. Trenary had finished second a year ago.
    Trenary, along with teammates Cory Hudnall, Daniel Lopez and Keith Stout, finished third in the 4x800-meter relay.

  • Girls finish fifth at region

    The Owen County High School girls had a good day at the Region 5A Track Meet in Danville. Four members of the team qualified for the KHSAA State Cross County Meet.
    Paula Rivera won the discus title after finishing second last year. She also placed second in the shot put after a ninth place finish in 2013.
    Rivera and the rest of the 4x100-meter relay team of Andi Burford, Haley Hatchett and Nicki Jacobs finished second. All four girls will be heading to the University of Kentucky on May 24 for the KHSAA State Cross County Meet.

  • OCYSL results - May 14, 2014

    Under 6 May 10
    Allnut’s Pirates vs Dempsey’s Oreos
    The last game of the season was a rough one for the Pirates as they played the Oreos but they all played with lots of heart. Faith McFadden, Tyler Cammack, and Arisa Bays all had awesome moves on offense.
    Kairie Crowe and Clayton Allnutt showed off their defensive skills and came up with some big plays.
    Oreo’s Carson Carter made several great plays. In one, he turned the ball to set up his teammates for a chance to score a goal.

  • Rebels take second in meet

    The Owen County High School boys track team took part in the NCKC Meet April 22 in Carrollton. The Rebels finished second behind only Walton-Verona.
    In the 100-meter dash, Kyler Law and Drew Smith finished tied for sixth.
    Logan Bitler was eighth, Lucas Lyons, 11th; and Mariano Bolanos, 12th, in the 200-meter dash.
    Rhyan Hatchett was fifth in the 400-meter dash.
    In the 800-meter, it was Daniel Lopez, seventh; Kaleb Wilhoite, ninth; and Keith Stout, 10th.

  • Lady Rebels take third place at...

    The Owen County High School Lady Rebels traveled to Carrollton on April 22 for the NCKC Meet. The team finished third behind Walton-Verona and Henry County.
    Andi Burford won the 100-meter dash with Hailey Hatchett finishing in fifth place.
    Burford finished fourth; Sara Wilhoit, seventh: and Julie Herrman finished ninth in the 200-meter dash.
    Mikala Byers was sixth and Herrman seventh in the 400-meter dash.
    Autumn Hunter placed sixth in the 800-meter and fifth in the 1600-meter run.
    Samantha Tamplin was eighth in the 1600-meter.

  • Rebels win three

    The Owen County High School baseball team was busy last week. The team played six games picking up three wins.
    The week started April 21 with a game at Grant County. After winning three of their first four road games the Rebels had dropped five-straight games away from Owenton.
    They would break that streak in Dry Ridge by beating the Braves 8-4.
    Owen County would return home on April 22 to play Carroll County and Eminence on back-to-back days at Dunavent Field.
    Against Carroll County, the Panthers would leave town with a 9-6 victory.