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Today's Sports

  • 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.

  • First in history

    At a recent banquet, Owen County High School Runnin’ Rebel Carson Williams was honored as an All Eighth Region selection bya Eighth Region Basketball Coaches Association. Williams, center, is the first freshman to receive this honor in the 24 year history of the organization. Also pictured are Owen County High School Head Boys Basketball Coach Devin Duvall and OCHS Athletic Director T.J. Wesselman, right.

  • Owen County judo team dominates...

    At the “2013 Rebel Judo Invitational” Saturday, the Owen County Judo Team took first place with 60 points
    Budokai from Hamilton, Ohio took home second place with 37 points.
    The DAMAC team from Dayton, Ohio took third place with 36 points.  
    There were 18 teams in attendance.
    Owen countians shined in the competition:
    Owen County Primary School
    Tony Kunkel, second place

    Owen County Elementary School

  • Track team competes indoors in...

    While they await the official beginning of spring, the Owen County High School track team has been running indoors. The team recently took part in the Mason-Dixon Games Indoor High School State Championships in Louisville. The meet was held in the Broadbent Arena.
    The meet included 21 girls teams and 26 boys teams from across Kentucky.
    For the girls, Helena Kramer finished 22nd in the 60-meter dash. Jessica Wilhoite placed 21st in the 400-meter dash while Mikala Byers placed 15th in the 800-meter run and 16th in the 1500-meter run.

  • Lady Pioneers end Lady Rebels...

    Owen County knew the task would be tough.
    After losing in the 31st District championship game to Gallatin County, the Lady Rebels drew Simon Kenton in the quarterfinal round of the Eighth Region Tournament at North Oldham.
    The Lady Pioneers entered the contest with 26 wins after soundly defeating Grant County to win the 32nd District title.
    The two teams were no strangers to meeting in the quarterfinals. Simon Kenton had beaten Owen County twice while the Lady Rebels got the best of the Lady Pioneers two years ago.

  • Three-time champions
  • Rebels' comeback comes up...

    The Owen County High School Runnin’ Rebels scored the first basket of the fourth quarter to take the lead. They could not, however, score the last one.
    Twice in the Feb. 28 Eighth Region quarterfinal, Owen County found itself behind by at least eight points to Anderson County, but each time, the Owen County boys rallied back.
    After tying the game at 7-7 midway through the first quarter, the Bearcats ended the quarter on an 10-1 run to lead 17-8.

  • Trammel signs with Lindsey Wilson

    Owen County High School football standout Collin Trammel signed with Lindsey Wilson College on National Signing Day. On Feb. 6,  Collin Trammel signed an NAIA scholarship to play football for the Lindsey Wilson College Blue Raiders in Columbia for the 2013 season.

  • Little girl with a big fish
  • Lady Rebels lose lead, then...

    By Brian Blair
    N-H Sports Reporter
    Saturday night’s 31st District championship game was a tale of two halves.
    The Owen County High School girls basketball team won the first half and lead Gallatin County 26-16 at halftime.
    Unfortunately for the Lady Rebels, the Lady Wildcats got things together in the second half and outscored Owen County 27-10 to win the game and the district title 43-36.
    The loss ended a streak of five-consecutive district titles for the Lady Rebels.