Today's Sports

  • Lady Rebels are District...


    Coming into Feb. 19 district game versus Pulaski County you would think that the Casey County Lady Rebels might be overlooking the fourth seeded Maroons. With the Lady Rebels being perfect in district play and having already beat Pulaski in both matchups this year by double digits.

  • Coach Price resigns before...


    Casey County High School boys head basketball coach Jason Price resigned on Feb. 16, one day after getting into what witnesses say was a verbal altercation with assistant coach Marshall Forbes before a game at Taylor County on Feb. 15.

    Efforts to get in contact with Athletic Director Steve Stonebraker were unsuccessful before press time.

    Assistant coach Phil Williams coached the team in its final two games versus Lincoln County and Pulaski County.

  • Casey County boys drop final...


    Trying to pull a major upset, the Casey County Rebels looked to end their four game losing streak versus Pulaski County and make it out of the first round of District for the first time since the 2015-2016 season.

    Casey would come out of the gates strong as they turned the Maroons over three times in the first four possessions to grab the early 2-0 lead thanks to a Micah Pendleton layup.

  • Cravens named to second team all...


    Casey County sophomore Gena Beth Cravens was honored on Feb. 18 when the 12th Region Coaches Association released its girls all-region selections.

    Cravens was named to the second team and was the only member of Casey County to make any of the all region teams.

    This is the second straight year that Cravens has been an all region selection.

  • Casey High School honors senior...


    Before a Feb. 6 home basketball game versus Garrard County, Casey County took time and honored their winter sport senior athletes.

    From the girl’s basketball team, Myla McGowan is the daughter of Jamie and Bobbie Jo McGowan. She played basketball for six seasons; in addition she is part of the volleyball team, FCA, yearbook, and student council. She plans to go to college and major in elementary education

  • Galilean boys take chin music to...

    Sports Correspondent

    There are not many 25-6 teams that have a lot of work to do ahead of post-season play, but coach Scott Jones says his Galilean Eagles definitely are a work in progress.

    “We are still correcting a few things,” Jones explained. “This team has definitely had it’s moments of showing how good they can be, but it is getting them to do that consistently and for four quarters of a game. Defensively, well, that is where a lot of the work left to do is going to be focused.”

  • GCA girls close out regular...

    Sports Correspondent

    After the bizarre overtime loss to Somerset loss at home early last week, it was a pair of road contests to close the regular season for the Lady Eagles.

  • Fishing limits, regulations...

    Lee McClellan

    Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources

    A reduction in the statewide daily creel limit from 30 fish to 20 fish for crappie highlights the new fishing regulations for 2018. The regulations go into effect March 1.

  • Casey County High School to host...

    With the high school basketball season entering its final week, this year’s 47th District Basketball Tournaments seeding is set.

    On Feb. 19 at 6 p.m. the number one seeded Casey County girls, who are a perfect

    6-0 in district play this season will take on the fourth seeded Maroons of Pulaski County, who are 0-6 in district play. Casey County has beat Pulaski in both meetings this season, defeating them 69-20 on Dec. 8 and 65-55 on Jan. 19.

  • Lady Rebels dominate...

    After playing one of their most complete games of the season on Feb. 2 against Woodford County, the Casey County Lady Rebels looked to continue that good form in Feb. 5 matchup with Campbellsville.