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Today's Sports

  • Owen track teams run in New...

    The Owen County High School track team took its show on the road last week.
    The team took part in the Henry County All-Comers Meet in New Castle. They then travelled to Bracken County Saturday to participate in the Glacier Invitational.
    On March 19, the girls competed against Henry County, Trimble County, Carroll County and North Oldham high schools.

  • Julie Spaulding signs with Asbury

    An Owen County High School golfer is taking her skills to college.
    Julie Spaulding has signed a letter of intent to play golf at Asbury College in Wilmore.
    Spaulding is the daughter of Terry and Kathy Spaulding. The senior has played three seasons of golf for Owen County under coach David Wainscott.
    Wainscott had high praise for his former player.
    “Our team will miss Julie,” Wainscott said. “Asbury is getting a dedicated golfer and an excellent student.”

  • Lady Rebels crush Ladycats

    The Owen County High School softball team opened up the season last week with two impressive victories.
    The Lady Rebels opened up the 2013 campaign March 19 at home against Trimble County with an 8-3 win.
    On March 21, they dominated Pendleton County.
    The Rebels crushed the Ladycats 19-0 in just three innings in Falmouth.
    It is the second-straight season the Lady Rebels have defeated the LadyCats in impressive fashion. Owen County won last year at home 15-0.

  • Rebels look to even record...

    The Owen County High School baseball team was back on the diamond last week as they traveled to take on Frankfort.
    The Rebels would fall 16-9 to the Panthers.
    The loss dropped Owen County to 1-2 to begin the year.
    Weather permitting, they will be busy over the next few days.
    The team will host Henry County Thursday before traveling to Bellevue on Friday.
    Owen County will be back at home on Saturday against Carroll County before taking part in the Valley Invitational next week.

  • Owen County Youth Soccer League...

    Under Eight
    HotShots - 3 vs. Clemons - 2
    In the opening game of the season, the HotShots played hard to claim the victory.
    Eli Myers scored the first goal for the HotShots. Blaine Spencer and Luke Myers hustled to defend as fullbacks in the second and third quarters.
    Price Griffin added two goals in the fourth quarter to seal the win. The win was a team effort for the HotShots.
    The team welcomes newcomers Gwyneth Culbertson and Hillary Kays to the field.  
     

  • Baseball standout has Owen Co....
  • Softball team looks to get over...

    The Owen County High School softball team hopes this is the year they can break through.
    Since 2006, the Lady Rebels have reached the 31st District championship game every season but 2011. They have yet to win. They hope to change that this year.
    After losing their first four games a season ago, the team ran off five-straight wins. They would add another six-game winning streak later in the season on their way to an 18-16 record. It was their third-straight winning season and their third-straight year with at least 15 wins.

  • Owen track team hosts meet and...

    The Owen County High School track team hosted a meet last week in Owenton.
    The team hosted the Owen County All-Comers and performed well.
    The girls won the team competition over Carroll County, Grant County and Williamstown.
    The boys finished second behind Grant County. Carroll County was third and Williamstown came in fourth.
    For the girls, Sarah Wilhoite finished fifth and Danielle Roetker came in 10th in the 100-meter dash.
    Haley DeCandia won the 200-meter dash with Emily Allen in second place.

  • Get out your dancing shoes ......

    Warning!
    If you want to win your NCAA Tournament pool this year, please do yourself a huge favor. Close the paper, fold it up and put it back on the coffee table. If you want to lose and be embarrassed in the process then by all means continue reading.
    Let me begin by reminding Kentucky fans that yes the tournament will still be played despite the absence of the Wildcats. They did not deserve to be in the field which leads me to my first guarantee of the tournament. There will be a new national champion when the tournament wraps up in Atlanta on April 8.  

  • Young but experienced Rebels hit...

    It may not feel like it outside but it is baseball season in Owen County.
    The Rebels opened the 2013 campaign last week by playing a pair of road games. Owen County traveled to Collins on Thursday and lost 7-3. They got back on the bus Friday and headed to Western Hills where they defeated the Wolverines 3-2. It is the second year in a row the Rebels have opened the season with a loss before beating Western Hills in their second game.