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Today's Sports

  • Lady Rebels fall in All ‘A’...

    The Owen County High School softball team took part in the Eighth Region All ‘A’ Classic last week. The results were not what they had hoped for.
    The team began the tournament by taking on Walton-Verona. The Lady Bearcats would get the best of the Lady Rebels winning 14-4 in five innings. It was the second time this season Walton-Verona has defeated Owen County. The Lady Bearcats defeated the Lady Rebels 5-1 on March 26 in Owenton.
    Walton-Verona would defeat Gallatin County 5-4 in the championship game.

  • A beautiful day to shamble in...

    If you love golf, you don’t normally need a good reason to play.
    Just in case you did however, the 15th Annual Charlie Satterwhite Memorial Golf Shamble provided one on Saturday.
    Almost as if on cue, the sun came out just before noon on Saturday at Fairway Golf Course in Wheatley.

  • Rain plays havoc for Rebels on...

    Owen County High School does not have a rowing team. It’s too bad because they could have practiced last week on the baseball and softball fields.
    Neither the baseball team or the softball team saw much action last week. The baseball team played one game while the softball team was not in action once.
    The Rebels took on Scott County March 31 and were shut out, 10-0.

  • Lady Rebels fall to Lady Bearcats

    The Owen County High School Lady Rebels played just one game last week.
    The team hosted Walton-Verona March 26. The Lady Bearcats won the game 5-1.
    The loss dropped the Lady Rebels to 0-2 on the season.
    Owen County will be back on the field on Friday at Grant County.
    They will be at home on Monday and Tuesday as they take on Gallatin County and Carroll County high schools.
    They will be the first two 31st District games of the season.
    Carroll County defeated Owen County twice last season.

  • Rebels sparkle on diamond

    After a tough start to last week, the Owen County High School baseball team finished strong.
    The Rebels began March 24 by traveling to take on Harrison County High School on Monday evening.
    The Thorobreds won the 10th Region title a year ago and reached the quarterfinals of the state tournament.
    Things would not go well for the Rebels as the Thorobreds would defeat Owen County 15-5.
    The team would remain on the road on March 27 as they made their way to Eminence to take on the Warriors.

  • Athletes shine on home turf

    On March 15,27 teams from Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, Ohio, and Pittsburgh, Penn. took part in the 2014 Rebel Judo Invitational.
    The Marion Police Athletic League from Marion, Ind. took first-place honors with 59 points. DAMAC from Dayton, Ohio took home second place with 42 points. Owen County Judo Team took third with 40 points.

     

  • Baseball team has perfect...

    No one may have a perfect NCAA Tournament bracket but the Owen County High School baseball team has begun the season unblemished.
    The team began the season last week with a pair of road games. The first came in Bedford against Trimble County on March 17.
    The Rebels put up 10 runs in the first three innings but had to hold off a Raider rally to win the game 10-6.
    Trimble County put up a five spot in the bottom of the fifth inning but could not manage to get any closer to drop their home opener.
    The next game meant another bus ride for Owen County.

  • Lady Rebels drop softball season...

    The 2014 softball season is under way.
    The Owen County High School Lady Rebels traveled to Franklin County last week to begin the new season.
    The team took on the Lady Flyers in the first game for both squads.
    Franklin County scored runs in each of the first four innings to take a 9-0 lead into the fifth inning.
    In the top of the fifth, Reagan Sutton doubled and came around to score on Allison Dempsey’s single for the lone Lady Rebels’ run.

  • Track teams face frenzy in Union

    The Owen County High School track teams spent Friday night in a frenzy.
    The teams traveled to Union where they took part in the Ryle Friday Night Frenzy. Paula Rivera, Hailey Hatchett and Autumn Hunter had good nights for the girls and Hunter Trenary performed well for the boys.
    Rivera finished fourth in the discus and ninth in the shot put while Hatchett was fourth in the shot put. Hunter finished eighth in the 3200-meter run. Trenary was second in the 3200-meter run and sixth in the 1600-meter run.

  • Winningest Senior Class

    Owen County High School Head Boys Basketball Coach Devin Duvall would like to congratulate this year’s senior players as the winningest senior class in OCHS boys basketball history. Duvall said over the course of the past four seasons, from left to right, players Jarrod Ball, Bradley Duvall, Trevor Lykins, Hunter Trenary and Tucker Trenary have been part of three consecutive 31st district championships, two Eighth Region All ‘A’ championships and two NCKC championships. The senior class combined for a record of 76 wins and 40 losses, Duvall said.