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Today's Sports

  • Softball wins three games last...

    The Owen County Lady Rebels enjoyed a busy week that saw them win in blowout fashion and also in their final at bat.

    The Lady Rebels opened up play last week on the road at Eminence. The teams played a doubleheader that was dominated by Owen County. In the first game Megan Wilhoite tossed seven innings allowing just one earned run as the Lady Rebels rolled to a 13-3 win. Game two lasted on four innings with Owen County winning 18-0. Katelyn Parker picked up the win on the mound pitching all four innings.

  • Boys track finishes firsts at...

    It was a winning weekend for the Owen County boy’s track team in Cynthiana. The team took part in the Harrison County Invitational on Saturday and squeaked past Harrison County to claim the overall title.

  • Girls finish second at NCKC Meet

    The Owen County girls track team competed on Tuesday night at the NCKC Meet at Walton-Verona. The girls finished second overall behind the Lady Bearcats of Walton-Verona.

  • Wesselman to coach Rebels...

    The Owen County Rebels have a new football coach and it is a familiar face.

    T.J. Wesselman will lead the Rebels next season as Adam Fowler stepped down after the 2015 season. Fowler had been on the sidelines the previous eight seasons.

    As for his new job, Wesselman said the program is in good place thanks to Fowler.

    “I’ve got big shoes to fill thanks to coach Fowler who did a tremendous job with our kids over the past eight years,” Wesselman said.

  • 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.

  • Softball shuts out Gallatin

    The Owen County Lady Rebels reached the championship game of the 31st District Tournament a season ago. In doing so they defeated Gallatin County in the semifinals and two more times during the regular season.

    The Lady Rebels picked up in 2016 where they left off last year against 31st District rivals when they hosted the Lady Wildcats last Wednesday. Owen County got on the board first in the bottom of the third and went on to win the game 5-0. Megan Wilhoite picked up the win on the mound as she held Gallatin County to four hits.

  • 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.

  • Owen roots still strong with...

    The University of the Cumberlands swept a double-header last Tuesday against Montreat College. In doing so, their manager, Owen County native Brad Shelton, became the winningest coach in school history.

    The two victories gave Shelton 503 wins at the school, breaking the old mark of 502 held by Terry Stigall who coached at the Cumberlands for 19 seasons. Shelton breaks the record while in his 16th season.

    While Shelton gets credits for the wins in the history book the coach was quick to acknowledge all of those who helped him reach the special milestone.

  • 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.