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Today's Sports

  • Boys 31st District Preview

    Carroll County High School Panthers
    • The Panthers finished 16-12 last season.
    • Carroll County is once again coached by Carroll Yager.
    • They lost to Owen County in the 31st District semifinals.
    • They need to replace their top three scorers from last year. Dallas Gibson averaged 19 points and 5.5 rebounds a game, Trey Boles averaged 15.8 points while Brandon Stewart tossed in 10.2 points a contest.

    Eminence High School Warriors

  • Lady Rebels ready to return to...

    For five years, the Owen County High School girls basketball team had been the dominant force in the 31st District.
    Things changed last season when they were knocked off that perch. They are hoping a new year means a return to their old form.
    The Lady Rebels began last season 10-3 before the calendar turned to 2013.
    After Jan. 1, 2013,  the team finished the season 8-8 to end up 18-11 overall. They would go 6-2 against district competition.
    Those two losses would come against the same team.

  • Girls 31st District Preview

    Carroll County Lady Panthers
    • The Lady Panthers finished 7-20 a year ago.
    • Carroll County will be under the direction of Paul Stone.
    • They finished 3-7 last season against district competition.
    • The Lady Panthers return their top three scorers from last season. Miranda Groseclose averaged 8.9 points, Makena Kindall added 8.8 points and Lauren Moore tossed in 8.6 points a game.

    Eminence Warriors
    • The Warriors finished 6-14 last year.

  • Soccer standouts honored with...

    The 2013 Owen County High School boys soccer team recently passed out its annual awards.
    The varsity awards include Preston Forsee and Robert Towles being named defensive players of the year while Alex Hernandez was named offensive player of the year.
    Bernie Engleman was named rookie of the year.
    Seth Bush and Tucker Cull received the coaches award while Logan Beckham was given the 110 Percent Award.
    Jace Bruener was recognized for having the most assists and Nash Croley was honored for scoring the most goals.

  • In season: Jullena Wagers

    Jullena Wagers, 15, recently shot her first buck, an eight-pointer, during the youth hunt.

  • In season: Heather Perkins

    Heather Perkins, 13, daughter of Michael Perkins and Stacey Jump, killed her first buck with her daddy this season.

  • In season: Cody King

    Cody King, 9, killed his first buck, a four-pointer, on opening day at his uncle Tommy Webster’s farm.

  • In season: Luke Dunavent

    Luke Dunavent, 13, killed a 10-point buck while recently hunting with his dad in Owen County. He is the son of Brad and Michelle Dunavent.

  • In season: Cameron Burden

    Cameron Burden shot this 8-point buck while hunting with his grandfather Barry McCormick. He harvested this buck Nov. 24.

  • Power plays: Owen County golf...

    She has heard her sister talk about playing collegiate golf.
    Next fall, Shelby Power will have her own stories to tell.
    On Friday night, the Owen County High School senior signed a letter of intent to play golf at Northern Kentucky University. She becomes the second member of her family to play golf at a NCAA Division I school. Her sister Krista plays at Morehead State University.
    “It has always been my dream,” said Power of playing playing golf in college. “I am just thrilled.”