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Today's Sports

  • A Review of the 2008-2009 Lady...

    The Owen County Lady Rebels entered the 2008-2009 season as the defending 31st district champs. When the season ended last March, the title remained theirs.

    The Lady Rebels finished the season with a 19-8 record while losing back-to-back games only once.

    After losing the first game of 2009 at Carroll County, the girls won 12 of the final 15 games heading into the district tournament.

    The season was full of exciting moments. Owen County Lady Rebels Head Basketball Coach Bob Osborne’s team played 12 games that were decided by five points or less.

  • A Review of the 2008-2009 Rebels...

    The 2008-2009 basketball season was full of ups and downs for the Owen County Rebels.

    A season that began with high expectations got off to a rocky start.

    Following an opening night loss the Rebels won their next two games. The win Dec. 9, 2008, over Trimble County would be the Rebels’ last win against a North American team until after New Year’s Day. Owen County defeated the Australian National Team Dec. 30, 2008, at the Coca-Cola/Campbellsville University Classic.

  • Young Owen Co. football squads...

    The undefeated seasons of the Owen County Youth Mighty Pro and Power House football teams came to a screeching halt last Sunday. Both teams were upset in their respective Super Bowl games. The following are results from the NCKYFL Playoffs and Super Bowls:

    Mighty Pro Division

    Owen County – 20

    Pendleton County – 6

  • Hoop and Spaulding to run at...

    Before the gun sounded to begin Saturday’s Region 5A Cross County Meet, Danielle Hoop thought her biggest competition would come from Danville’s Kaitlin Snapp.

    The two have battled each other for the last couple of seasons at the regional meet.

    In the latest rankings, Snapp was ranked first in the Class A while Hoop was ranked second.

    At Trimble County Park Saturday, Hoop beat Snapp to the finish line. The only problem was that neither one was thinking about a seventh-grader from Sayre.

  • Indians prove too much for Rebels

    Heading into Friday night’s first-round playoff game versus Holy Cross, Owen County knew the person they had to stop in order to have a chance at coming away with the victory. As it turned out, stopping Markel Walker was something the Rebels could not do.

    Walker had a hand in all five of the Indians’ first-half touchdowns to give Holy Cross a 34-3 lead at halftime. They never looked back.

  • Playoff Preview

    Opponent: Covington Holy Cross Indians

    Place: Scott High School, Taylor Mill

    Time: 7 p.m.

    • The Indians finished the season 5-5 overall and 2-1 in the District 6. They defeated Newport and Lloyd and lost to Newport Central Catholic.

    • Holy Cross is coached by Bruce Kozerski. Bengal fans may be familiar with Kozerski, who played for the orange and black for 12 seasons. He was a member of the Superbowl team that lost to the San Francisco 49ers in 1989.

  • Rebel tricks don’t pay...

    Oh, so close.

    That was the feeling of Owen County High School Head  Football Coach Adam Fowler,  and just about anyone else who watched the final home game of the season Friday night.

    South Oldham defeated Owen County 21-14 on Senior Night. Three big plays for the Dragons and two costly turnovers for the Rebels were the difference in the game.

    The visitors got on the board first when Christian Wallace hooked up with Cody Kollenberg for a 34-yard touchdown pass late in the first quarter. Following the extra point, the Dragons led 7-0.

  • Rebel athletes also find success...

    As a soccer player you are often required to use your head. For the soccer teams at Owen County High School, they can use their heads both on and off the field.

    The boys under the direction of Jerry Doolin have once again been recognized for academic success by the Kentucky High School Soccer Coaches Association. The team, along with seven other schools across the state, was honored for having a team grade point average of 3.25 or better.

  • Centurians slide past rebels

    It was a difficult week for the Owen County Rebels. While the school system was being hit hard by the H1N1 virus, the football team was no exception.

    On Friday before the Rebels set off for the game at Christian Academy of Louisville, Owen County Head Football Coach Adam Fowler said the sickness had taken its toll on the team.

    “The most we had in practice all week was 31 out of a 50-man roster,” Fowler said.

    On top of the sickness, the team also lost two players for the season.

  • Owen County Youth Rebels...

    The Owen County Youth football teams traveled to Walton last weekend to battle the Bearcats in the last games of the regular season. Both the Mighty Pro and Power House teams came away with victories. The wins left both teams undefeated in the regular season and gave them the No. 1 seed in the upcoming playoffs.

    Midget Division

    Walton – 21

    Owen County – 0

    The young Rebels were down 14-0 at the half and battled to only give up one score in the second half. Ethan Fitzgerald had a fumble recovery for the Rebels.