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  • Young team struggles to score...

    BY AUDREY LEWIS | N-H Correspondent

  • Lady Rebels superior in Tom...

    BY AUDREY LEWIS | N-H Correspondent

  • Lady Rebels soccer fall to...

    BY AUDREY LEWIS | N-H Sports Correspondent

  • Lady Rebels perform well in...

    For the first time since 2010, the Lady Rebels volleyball team advanced to the championship game of the Eighth-Region All “A” Tournament after defeating Caroll County in the first-round and Williamstown in the semifinals.
    The team finished as runner-up in the tournament losing 2-0 to Walton Verona in the championship game. From Owen County, seniors Audrey Lewis and Abby Bitler, and junior Lauren McDonald earned spots on the All-Tournament team.
    “I was confident we would make it to the championship,” Head coach Ann Carter said.

  • Lady Rebels victorious in All ‘A...

    BY AUDREY LEWIS | N-H Correspondent
    The Lady Rebels Golf team made a unique achievement which they are calling a “decapeat.” Not only did the team win the 2018 Eighth Region Class “A” championship, but it was their 10th time in a row doing so.

  • Aug. 29, 2018 Sports Briefs |...

    The Rebels Soccer team has struggled early in their season with a win-loss record of 0-4. The boys have fallen to Williamstown, Harrison County, Walton-Verona and Villa Madonna.
    On Saturday against Villa Madonna, Jack Spurgeon scored the team’s first goal of the season. The game ended with a score of 2-1. Goalie Kameron Wilson is averaging 16 saves per game.
    The Rebels will be back in action at 6 p.m., Thursday, in the Regional All “A’ semi-final game against Gallatin County at Owenton.

  • Hamilton, Howard named to All...
  • Rebels open new season against...

    BY AUDREY LEWIS | N-H Correspondent

    The 2018-19 football season kicked off Friday night as the Rebels played Grant County away. After losing starting quarterback Bailey Tompkins to an injury sustained in the preseason scrimmage against Pendleton County, the team knew its first game would be a test to see who would fill Tompkins’ void.
    While the game did not end in the Rebels favor with a finishing score of 48-13, head coach TJ Wesselman said, “I was proud of the upperclassmen and the way they led our younger players.”

  • Lady Rebels bring home hardware...

    BY AUDREY LEWIS | N-H Correspondent

  • SPORTS BRIEF | Rebels soccer...

    The Rebels soccer team accepted a tough loss to Williamstown in the season opener Aug. 14.
    While no one scored, junior Kameron Wilson made 24 saves in the goal.
    Finishing with a score of 5-0, head coach Grant Miller explained, "We are much improved from our first two scrimmages to now. It's not the results we wanted, but things look promising."
    The team struggled due to Kameron Wilson and Cody Brumley both playing their first game back from ankle injuries.
    The junior varsity team defeated Williamstown 4-2 following the varsity game.