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Today's Sports

  • Lady Rebels stay perfect in...

    The Lady Rebels continue to be the dominant team in the 31st District.
    Owen County picked up two more wins last week over district competition as well as a victory over a visitor from the Hoosier state.
    The team began last week by traveling to Warsaw to take on Gallatin County.  The Lady Wildcats are considered to be the biggest competition for Owen County in its quest for six-straight district titles.

  • Tournament champions

    The Lady Rebels eighth-grade basketball team won the Class A Tournament that was held Saturday at Bowling Middle School. They beat Henry County 32-20 to advance to the final game against Trimble County.  The Lady Rebels knocked off Henry County for the title 33-23.

  • Lady Rebels run away with...

    Heading into Friday night’s 31st District opener, the Owen County High School Lady Rebels were looking for something positive.
    The team was coming off its first defeat of the season Dec. 3 to Walton-Verona.
    Owen County was hosting Carroll County, which was looking for its first win of the season.
    They would leave Owenton disappointed as the Lady Rebels defeated the Lady Panthers 62-20.
    Owen County jumped out to a 32-12 lead at halftime and cruised to its fourth win.

  • Runnin’ Rebels slip in overtime

    The Owen County High School Rebels went in Thursday night’s game with Carroll County riding a four-game winning streak. It was the first time since 2006 the team had begun the season 4-0.
    The streak would come to an end as the Panthers defeated the Rebels 53-51 in overtime in a game that had a definite tournament atmosphere.
    Things began well for the Rebels as they jumped out to an early 8-2 lead.
    The Panthers would eventually get their legs under them and cut the lead to 8-7 at the end of the first quarter.

  • In season: Canaan Eades

    Canaan Eades, the  6-year-old son of Robbie and Tina Eades of Owenton, shot a 5-point buck while hunting in Owenton. This is Canaan’s second deer of the season.

  • In season: Colton Iles

    This 14-point buck was given the name Old Lucky four years ago by Colton Iles when he shot and missed him. On the hunt for him ever since, Colton finally got his chance the afternoon of opening day while hunting with his dad and cousin Derek.

     

  • In season: Robert Wilhoite

    On the morning of Nov. 17, while hunting with his buddy Colton Iles, and Colton’s dad, Robert Wilhoite, 14, shot his 17 pointer with a .270.

  • Rebels run record to 3-0

    It is their best start since 2007.
    The Owen County High School Runnin’ Rebels are off to a 3-0 start thanks to three solid wins last week. It is the first time the team has started 3-0 since head coach Devin Duvall’s first season.
    The Rebels opened up the season at home Nov. 27 as they hosted Western Hills. Things could not have begun better as their first basket of the season came on a dunk from Carson Williams. The dunk came thanks in part to a nice feed from Hunter Trenary, who tossed up to the rim and allowed Williams to do the rest.

  • An historic moment in Highland...

    I have a diploma hanging in my office at my full-time job in Erlanger. It is from Northern Kentucky University.
    Despite not walking through graduation ceremonies (sorry Mom), I am very proud of that framed piece of paper. I was made even prouder last week when the school picked up its first-ever basketball victory as a Division I member. The Lady Norse defeated Youngstown State on a last second shot, 66-64.

  • Lady Rebels are perfect at 3-0

    So far, so good for the Owen County High School Lady Rebels.
    The team played three games last week and won all three to get the new season off to a good start.
    The Lady Rebels opened the new season last Tuesday night on the road against Shelby County.
    After the squad struggled from both the field and the free-throw line, Owen County managed to sneak out of Shelbyville with a 45-43 victory. The team shot just under 35 percent from the field and were 8-18 from the free-throw line.