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Today's Sports

  • Lady Rebels’ Softball 2011...

    Lady Rebels’ 2011 Schedule
    Mar 21    Walton-Verona    away    5:30 p.m.
    Mar 22    Gallatin Co.    home    5:30 p.m.
    Mar 24    Carroll Co.    home    6 p.m.
    Mar 26    North Oldham    home    2 p.m.
    Mar 29    Henry Co.    away    5:30 p.m.

  • Let the madness begin

    It is March and that can only mean one thing. It is time for me to once again embarrass myself by making my picks for the NCAA Tournament.

  • Lady Rebels’ leader looks back...

    Girls’ basketball in Kentucky came to a close Saturday night in Bowling Green. Rockcastle County defeated Manual to claim its first State Championship.
    The season ended a week earlier for the Owen County Lady Rebels. Despite the disappointment of losing in the Eighth Region Semifinals, the team and the coaching staff have much to be proud of.
    “Great season with 23 wins and a District Championship,” Owen County High School Head Girls Basketball Coach Bob Osborne said.

  • Businesses seek info on Sprint...

    Since its announcement last August, it has been well known in the area that the Kentucky Speedway in Gallatin County will be hosting its first-ever NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race July 9. What effect it will have on its neighboring county from the southwest, however, has been up for debate.

  • All good things ...

    All good things must come to an end.
    The magic carpet ride that was the 2010-2011 basketball season came to an end Friday night in Warsaw. Anderson County edged Owen County, 47-44, in the Eighth Region Semifinals. The loss ended the season for the Lady Rebels.
    Friday night’s loss was similar to their first-round win March 1, only this time Owen County could not quite get over the hump.

  • By the numbers

    Before a recent game, the Runnin’ Rebels recognized three seniors. While all three sported Rebel uniforms during their introductions, none saw a minute of game action. Danielle Hoop, Kelsey Johnson and Dakoda Trenary each help the team — either with video or keeping stats — and are all valuable members of the team.
     

  • Four years – four titles

    The Owen County Lady Rebels are making a habit of cutting down other people’s nets.

  • Season ends for Runnin'...

    Another season is in the books for the Owen County Rebels.
    The 2010-2011 campaign concluded last Wednesday night in the semifinals of the 31st District Tournament at Henry County. Owen County fell to Gallatin County by the score of 62-53 to finish the season.
    With the loss, the Rebels finish the year 15-9. The defeat means Owen County will not take part in the Eighth Region Tournament for the first time since 2007.

  • Osborne named Coach of the Year...

    The Eighth Region announced its year-end awards last week and the Lady Rebels were well represented.
    Junior Rianna Gayheart was named Eighth Region Player of the Year.
    She beat out Carroll County’s Hannah Devine to receive the honor.
    For the year, Gayheart is averaging 16.3 points and 3.6 rebounds.
    It is the first time a Lady Rebel has been given the honor since 2004 when Katie Smith won.
    Owen County Girls Basketball Head Coach Bob Osborne was named Eighth Region Coach of the Year.

  • It all comes down to this for...

    The Owen County Rebels have been to the Eighth Region semifinals the last two years. If they want to get back, they have to win tonight.
    The season will end tonight for the Owen County Rebels or the Gallatin County Wildcats. The two teams will square off in the opening round of the 31st District Tournament at Henry County. The game is scheduled to begin at 7:30 following the first game between Henry County and Carroll County.