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Today's Sports

  • Wild night in Carrollton

    A great deal was on the line when the Owen County High School football team got on the bus Friday evening and headed to Carrollton.
    The Rebels and Panthers both had hopes of moving a step closer to a No. 2 seed in the upcoming playoffs.
    Just minutes into the game, it appeared the Rebels were still on the bus.
    Carroll County took the opening kickoff and returned it for a touchdown for the early 7-0 lead.
    The Panthers would then intercept an Adam Hazlett pass to set up another scoring drive and Carroll County was out to a 14-0 advantage.

  • Owen County’s Trenary triumphs

    Hunter Trenary should be used to winning. For the second-straight year, the junior has won the NCKC championship.
    After winning last year at Henry County, Trenary had the chance to defend the title on his home course as Owen County hosted the event Oct. 9. There was little drama at the finish line as Trenary finished first nearly one minute ahead of the nearest competitor.
    “I am very humbled to win two years in a row,” Trenary said. “I have been working very hard since last year.”

  • Titles hopes dashed

    Things seemed so promising for the Owen County High School boys soccer team entering last week.
    The Rebels had the No. 1 seed and they were hosting the first-ever 31st District tournament between these four schools.
    The tournament got underway Oct. 9  with Carroll County thumping Henry County 10-0 in one semifinal.
    Taylor Byrd and Brandon Stewart both had three goals to pace the Panthers. Josh McCarty also had a pair of goals in the win.
    In the other semifinal, Owen County defeated Gallatin County 4-1.

  • In season: Robert and Conner...

    Owenton residents Robert Eades and son Conner Eades,  8, each shot a wild boar while on a recent hunting trip to Caryonan Hunting Lodge in Crossville, Tenn.

  • In season: Dylan Wainscott

    Dylan Wainscott, son of Jason and Robbyn Wainscott, took his first 8-point buck during youth hunt season.  He shot it at 100 yards with a .243.
     

  • In season: Blaine Spencer

    Blaine Spencer took his first deer this youth weekend on his grandparent’s farm on Claxon Ridge while hunting with “Momma” Kara Spencer, his uncles Gabe and Brad.

  • Youth soccer league results -...

    Saturday, Oct. 6
    Team Clemons – 2 vs. Big Monsters – 1
    Team Clemons earned their first win of the season against the Big Monsters. The Big Monsters rotated many players in the goalie position giving each player an opportunity to learn the position. Layne Baxter made three saves, Alex Young, Ethan Young and Ellie Anderson each had two  saves. Price Griffin scored the only goal for the Big Monsters.
     
    Orange Crush – 3 vs. HotShots – 0

  • Flying high

    The Owen County High School volleyball team began the season with three straight losses. They ended it with three straight wins.
    The Lady Rebels hope the momentum that comes with those wins helps them as they prepare for the 31st District Tournament that gets underway this week at Carroll County.
    Owen County finished out the regular season last week three matches at home.
    On Oct. 1, they hosted  Williamstown.

  • Lady Rebels golf team fall short...

    Golf is a game of what ifs. What if I had made that putt? What if I had kept the ball in the fairway?
    For two members of the Owen County High School golf team they may be asking themselves those questions until next season.   
    The Owen County High School girls’ golf team traveled to Bowling Green last week looking to play well enough on Day 1 to have the chance to play on Day 2.
    For Shelby Power and Kennedi Dermon, they came close.
    Power fired an 87 in her opening round and Dermon shot an 88.

  • Rebels wreck Trimble homecoming

    A week after losing on its homecoming night, the Owen County Rebels ruined the evening for Trimble County.
    The Rebels traveled to Bedford Friday night and dismantled Trimble County.
    The 57-6 win may have been just what the team needed as it prepares for the final two district contests.
    “We needed to gain confidence and score some points,” Owen County High School Head Football Coach Adam Fowler said.
    In their previous two games against Bellevue and Walton-Verona, the Owen County offense had scored just 14 points in each.