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Today's Sports

  • Cleaver takes top truck tugging...

    Owen County’s Heather Cleaver won overall champion in 2011 for the Northern Kentucky Truck Tuggers Association.
    She was the first woman to win since the club began in 1986. She drove a 4,000 lb. 4-wheel drive class. She also received most bubbles (a scoring competition), bubble buster and perfect attendance award.
    Chardale Hammond came in fourth place and received the perfect attendance award.
    In 2005 Hammond was a half point off from being first lady to win overall.

  • Owen Co. softball teams earn...

    The Owen County High School softball team experienced some extremes last week. They were involved in two blowouts, won a 1-run game and were shutout.  
    The blowout came in the NCKC Tournament on Wednesday against Williamstown. The Lady Rebels needed just five innings to get the 15-0 win over the Lady Demons.
    The Lady Rebels traveled Frankfort on Friday and Saturday to take part in the Western Hills Invitational.
    On Friday, Owen County edged out a 2-1 win over the Lady Commodores from Tates Creek.

  • Youth soccer league results

    Under 8
    Little Rebels - 2 vs. Clovers - 0
     
    The Little Rebels played very, very well on a rainy Saturday morning.  
    Connor Eads and Conner Ogden both scored one goal each and each had shot attempts. Madison Perkins, Ashton Moore and Anna Riddle also had shots on goal. Katie Fisk, Kailyn Duncan, Griffin Gentry and Riddle made great stops in their defensive positions. Rachel Johnson, Gentry and Perkins shared duties as goalie for the Little Rebels and were able to block all shots by the Clovers.

  • Rebels baseball team goes three...

    It was a perfect week for the Owen County High School baseball team last week. Coming off two tough losses to Williamstown and Mason County, the team took out their frustrations on three different opponents to improve their record to 11-9.
    The week began April 24 with a 31st district game at Henry County. The Rebels would return back home with a 6-3 over the Wildcats.
    The victory would improve Owen County to 2-0 in district play. They also have a win over Carroll County in the 8th Region All ‘A’ Classic.

  • Boys run to NCKC and Grant titles

    The Owen County High School boy’s track team went two for two last week. The Rebels won both the NCKC at Henry County on Tuesday and then won the Grant County Invitational on Friday night in Dry Ridge.
    Not only did Owen County win the NCKC but they also set nine new meet records and a new school record.
    Paul Banks set a NCKC record in winning the 100-meter dash with Cory Cannon finishing fifth. Collin Trammel set a new record in the 200-meter dash with Cannon coming in fourth.

  • Judo team takes top honors at...

    On April 14, the Owen County Judo Team hosted the “2012 Rebel Judo Invitational” at Owen County High School. 
    Out of 27 teams in attendance, Owen County took first place, Bowling Green Judo Club took second, and Kettering Recreation Center Judo took third. 
    Owen County players won seven first-place trophies, eight second-places, and five third-place awards.
     
    Owen County Primary School
    Joe Hamilton, first; Timothy Selvage, third; Sebastian Alcorn, fourth; and Charlie Baumann, fifth

    Owen County Elementary
    Kaylee von Hellens. third; Layla Creech. second; and Meredith David. first
     

  • Owen County Youth Soccer League...

    April 14  - Under 8 
    Wildcats - 2 vs. Fighting Tigers - 1
     
    On a cold wet morning, the Wildcats were able to secure their third win of the season. The game was called during the third quarter due to lightning. Lilly Chappell was the first to strike for the Wildcats when she connected in the first quarter. Price Griffin added a goal in the second quarter. Lilly Baumann and Avery Miller demonstrated exceptional  defensive skills  and Gabby Stewart and Clayton Stewart added valuable offensive minutes assisting with the goal in the second quarter.

  • Pair of tough losses for Rebels

    The week began well enough.
    The Owen County High School baseball team began last week with a road game in Warsaw. The game was the first meeting of the season between the two district rivals. It would be the Rebels who would get the best of the Wildcats in this match-up as Owen County would come back to Owenton with the 8-3. The win pushed the Rebels over the .500 mark at 8-7.
    Then came Thursday and Friday.
    On Thursday, Owen County hosted Williamstown at Dunavent Field.

  • Lady Rebels on a roll

    The Owen County High School softball team began the season by losing four straight games. To say things have turned around would be an understatement.
    Following a 6-3 loss on March 29 to Carroll County, the Lady Rebels were 0-4 and had been outscored 22-8.
    Five days later, the team welcomed Pendleton County to Owenton.
    On that day, the team would take out some frustration as they whipped the Lady Wildcats 15-0.

  • Boys win Carroll Co. Invitational

    The Owen County High School boys and girls track teams traveled to Carrollton on Friday. The teams took part in the Fourth Annual Carroll County Invitational.
    The boys had several outstanding performances as they won the event as a team.
    Paul Banks won both the 100-meter and 200-meter dash.
    Cory Cannon finished fifth in the 100-meter dash while Chris Smith placed fourth in the 200-meter dash.