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Today's Sports

  • Boy’s 31st District Preview

    • Henry County will enter this year’s tournament as the defending champs. The Wildcats defeated Gallatin County 67-61 last year in New Castle.
    • The last time the tournament was held in Owenton was 2008. That season saw Gallatin County and Owen County advance to the finals. The Wildcats defeated the Rebels 53-43 to claim the championship.
    • Owen County last won the 31st District in 2009. The Rebels knocked off Henry County in Carrollton to cut down down the nets.

  • Owen County Parks and Recreation...

    The following are results from the Owen County Parks & Recreation Youth Basketball Leagues:

    Biddy Ball K/1
    Colonels:  N. Kemper 1, B. Kemper 7, Hudson 1, Jimino 4.
    Hilltoppers:  New 4, Ferguson 2, Myers 2, Wobrey 1.
    Bearcats:  Baxter 2, House 2, Doss 1, Prather 9, Wilson 4.
    Thorobreds:  Clemmons 2, Spencer 2, Logan 4, Patton 9.
    Wildcats:  Hobbs 2, Isaacs 9.
    Huskies:  Cammack 3, Hanson 1, Rice 4, Bond 4.
    Huskies:  Gentry 1, Rice 7, Bond 6, Perkins 1, Layne 8.

  • Rebels ready for a run

    The regular season is over.
    The Rebels wrapped up it up last week. Owen County ended the campaign by knocking off Walton-Verona at home and falling to Oldham County on the road.
    The team finished the season by becoming just the third team in program history to win at least 20 games. Owen County finished 20-10.
    They also won 20 games in 1996 and 2007.

  • Champions once again

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  • Lady Rebels go pink in victory...

    The school colors may be maroon and white but Friday night, the Owen County Lady Rebels added another hue to to their home uniforms.

  • Another Perfect Performance

    The football team did it.
    The Lady Rebels basketball team did it too.
    On Thursday night in Eminence, the Runnin’ Rebels also achieved perfection in district play.
    Owen County High School defeated the Warriors 69-44 to finish the season unbeaten in 31st district action.
    When one includes wins over Gallatin County and Carroll County in the Eighth Region All ‘A’ Classic, the Rebels went 10-0 against district competition. It is the first time the team has finished the season unbeaten in the 31st district.

  • After one close call, Lady...

    On Jan. 30, the Owen County Lady Rebels saw their game with Collins come down to the final possession before they could claim victory. The rest of the week saw much less drama.
    Against Collins, Rianna Gayheart scored 31 points on the night but it was her last two points that propelled the Lady Rebels to a 45-43 win over the Lady Titans.
    The senior scored on lay-up with nine seconds left in the game to give her team the lead.
    After calling timeout, Collins inbounded the ball to halfcourt before calling another timeout to setup the final possession.

  • MBMS’s Young’s star shines bright

    When she is not playing basketball for her team, she can be seen sitting on the end of the Lady Rebels bench.
    Fifth-grader Baileigh Young gets the team water during timeouts but it won’t be long before someone else will be bringing her the water.
    Young spent this season playing for the Shining Stars AAU basketball league.
    Her team played at Midwest Hoops and Sports of All Sorts in Northern Kentucky and included two other girls from Owen County - Madi Yancey and Destinee Epperson.

  • Rebels get back in the groove

    The Owen County High School Rebels took the floor Saturday night hoping to get a bad taste out of their mouths.
    The last time the Rebels walked off the court was following the disappointing loss to Holy Cross in the second round of the All ‘A’ Classic in Frankfort. The team was originally slated to be on the floor last Tuesday against Highlands but scheduling issues resulting from the team’s appearance in the All ‘A’ Classic meant the game had to canceled.  

  • On the mark

    Dave Kelley’s Elk Creek Hunt Club Manager Shadoe Perry took part in the the National Sporting Clay Tournament at San Antonio, Texas. The event is one of the largest shoots in the world. Perry  finished in second place for the main event (Lady C Class); first place (C Class); all-state/zone team; and was named runner up for first-time attendee in the women’s division.