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  • Little girl with a big fish
  • Lady Rebels lose lead, then...

    By Brian Blair
    N-H Sports Reporter
    Saturday night’s 31st District championship game was a tale of two halves.
    The Owen County High School girls basketball team won the first half and lead Gallatin County 26-16 at halftime.
    Unfortunately for the Lady Rebels, the Lady Wildcats got things together in the second half and outscored Owen County 27-10 to win the game and the district title 43-36.
    The loss ended a streak of five-consecutive district titles for the Lady Rebels.

  • Lady Rebels bounce back with win...

    With tournament time right around the corner, the Lady Rebels are hoping to finish the regular season strong.
    The Owen County High School girls basketball team had a chance Friday night to pick up some momentum before their final two games. The opponent was Trimble County, a team which defeated the Lady Rebels the last time they met to deny them the right to advance to the Eighth Region All ‘A’ Classic championship game.

  • Webster honored by dedication to...
  • Rebels hit wrong three of a kind

    Every team is looking for positive momentum heading into the postseason.
    For the Owen County High School Runnin’ Rebels, they have one more chance.
    If the Rebels ever had a week they would like to forget, it would be last week.
    Owen County played three Eighth Region teams and came up empty all three times.
    The team lost to North Oldham, Anderson County and South Oldham. It is the first time this season the team has lost three in a row. With the defeats, Owen County falls to 18-8 on the season.

  • Ten threes lead to district win
  • Lady Rebels close out district...

    By Brian Blair
    N-H Sports Reporter
    The Lady Rebels have gotten used to winning close games. In their last four wins, including the Jan.28 contest, the team had won by an average of just 3.5 points. They needed a game that was not decided in the final minute and they got it.
    On Thursday night, Owen County traveled to Carroll County for their final 31st District game of the season. The Lady Rebels were looking to finish the regular season with just one blemish on the district schedule.

  • Williams named to all-tournament...

    Freshman Runnin’ Rebel Carson Williams was selected to the 2013 Touchstone Energy All “A” Classic All-Tournament Team. Williams is only the third player in program history to receive this honor. He joins former Owen County High School Rebels Adam Patterson and Jason Sharp who also received the honor.

  • Knott to be

    The Owen County High School Runnin’ Rebels found themselves in a familiar setting Friday night in Frankfort.
    For the second-straight year, the team reached the quarterfinals of the Touchstone Energy All ‘A’ Classic. They would have that familiar feeling of disaappointment coming home on Friday night.
    The Rebels entered Friday night’s game with Knott County Central and knew it would be a challenge.
    The Patriots featured the leading scorer in the state, Cameron Justice. The sophomore entered the tournament averaging 27 points a game.

  • Lady Rebels get past Lady Tigers...

    The Lady Rebels had to feel good about their chances Jan. 21 at Beechwood. Owen County had won its last three games against teams from the ninth region.
    This contest wouldn’t  be an exception.
    Owen County traveled north Jan. 21 and returned to Owenton with a hard fought 58-54 win over Beechwood.
    Hannah Neeley had a big night as she poured in 22 points to lead the Lady Rebels to their fourth-straight win over a ninth region opponent. All four wins have come away from Owenton.