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Today's Sports

  • Rebels fall in title game

    The schedule has not been easy for the Owen County baseball team. As the season winds down, however, it looks like the degree of difficulty may be paying off.

    After playing two games May 4 and 5, the Rebels entered the NCKC Tournament May 6 at Dunavent Field looking to turn things around.

  • Owen judo finishes third in...

    In their last tournament of the school year, the Owen County Judo Team competed  May 2 at the “Indiana State Judo Championship.” The Indiana Judo Association opens their state championship to players from other states, which allowed Owen County to compete in it. With 54 points, Owen County took the third-place team trophy.

    Eleven Owen County players competed in 18 different divisions and placed as follows:

    OCES

    Clay Beverly: Second in 9/10 advanced heavyweight division

  • BMS soccer season winds down

    The soccer season for the Bowling Middle School teams is wrapping up.

    The teams played a pair of games last week. The girls’ team hosted Anderson County Home School.

    Katie Smith scored a goal in the first half to put the Rebels on top. They took the lead into the second half before the squad from Anderson County rallied for two goals late in the contest to pick up the win.

    The coed team headed to Frankfort May 7 to play Frankfort Middle School.

    Six different players scored goals as the Rebels picked up a 6-0 victory.

  • Owen County track teams sets...

    The records keep falling this season for the Owen County track teams.

    The teams combined to set three more school records last week at the Grant County All-Comers Meet in Dry Ridge April 28.

    In the girls’ meet, it was Kelsey Johnson who set a school record in the 300-meter hurdles. Her time of 1:00.47 was good enough for 11th place.  Her teammate Melina Bress finished 13th.

    Haley DeCandia set new school record in the high jump. Her jump of 4-4 placed her fourth while Danielle Ransdell finished fifth.

  • Rebels pick up a win

    The Owen County baseball team dodged rain drops last week to play three games.

    The Rebels played at home against Frankfort and then played at Carroll County and Anderson County.

    On April 27, the Rebels picked up a 7-0 win over Frankfort at Dunavent Field.

    The Rebels then traveled to Carrollton April 28 to take on the Panthers.

    Carroll County was 10-4 heading into the game. They defeated Owen County 13-3. The loss meant the Rebels finished their district seed games with a record of 2-1.

  • Weather puts damper on softball...

    The toughest opponent on last week’s softball schedule may have been the forecast.

    The Lady Rebels were able to play Williamstown early last week.

    Owen County jumped out on top of the Lady Demons in the top of the first inning. Kenzie Criswell singled and Samantha Toole walked before a double by Courtney Waldrop scored Criswell. A single by Jensen Wainscott then drove in Toole and Waldrop for an early 3-0 lead.

    Owen County would add on another run in the second as Lauren Lowe singled to drive in Brittany Tuggle to make the score 4-0.

  • BMS track team shines at Western...

    The Bowling Middle School track team was in action April 29. The team took part in the Western Hills Middle School meet in Frankfort.

    In the girls meet, Haley DeCandia finished ninth in the 400-meter dash while Maggie Barnes placed 23rd.

    In the 800-meter run it was Alicia Garvey placing ninth. Garvey also ran well in the 1600-meter as she finished sixth.

    DeCandia ran to a fifth place finish in the 100-meter hurdles with Ashley Tyler finishing 11th. The 4x400-meter relay team finished sixth.

  • Busy week for Lady Rebels...

    The Owen County softball team had a couple  of days early last week when the weather played havoc with their schedule. As a result, they got a little rest. They needed it because they finished the week with single games on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday before playing three more on Saturday.

  • Rebels pick up two more victories

    The Owen County baseball team is coming off a busy week. The team took on Gallatin County and Williamstown April 15 and 16 before heading off to Lexington to play three tough teams in Tates Creek, Paul Dunbar and Ballard Memorial.

    The Rebels got the week off to a good start by knocking off district rival Gallatin County.

    The weather was cold but the Rebels continued their hot play by winning their fourth game in five tries 4-3 over the Wildcats.

    The sun came out April 16 as the Rebels welcomed the Demons from Williamstown to Dunavent Field.

  • Owen teams having strong seasons...

    The 2009 track season has been a successful one for both the boys’ and girls’ teams.

    So far this year, the boys have set seven school records while the girls have set eight new ones. Both teams took part last week in a pair of events – Shelby County High School on Thursday night and Grant County High School Saturday.

    Both teams were at the Shelby County Invitational and both captured the team titles.

    The boys got a strong performance from Clayton Cook, who set a school record with his fourth-place finish in the 100-meter hurdles.