Today's Sports

  • District makes statement on Price


    Following up from a story last week, Feb. 21, regarding the resigning of Casey County Boys Head Coach Jason Price.

    Casey County Athletic Director Steve Stonebraker in an email provided a statement on the situation.

  • Regional matchups set for Casey...


    The 12th region girls and boys basketball tournaments are off and running, as the girls began on Feb. 26 and the boys will begin on Feb. 28.

    On the girl’s side on the top of the bracket, 48th District winner Southwestern takes on 46th District runner up West Jessamine in the first round. This will be the first meeting between the teams on the year. The other match up in the top of the bracket is 47th District winner Casey County taking on 45th District runner up Boyle County. This will also be their first meeting on the year.

  • The title of KCSAA Mr....

    Sports Correspondent

    The tears and bitter emotion of a semi-final defeat had only just started to fade, even nearly a full 24 hours later. The numbness of going through an awards ceremony after the first time to not be anxiously awaiting a call to hold the State Championship banner was overwhelming.

    But then, from the slightly muffled PA system, at the end the All-State team being announced, Galilean senior Tristan Royalty heard his name.

  • Galilean Lady Eagles fall short...

    Sports Correspondent

    Down the stretch of a very tough season, the Galilean Lady Eagles have been a lot better than when the 2017-18 campaign started, but still just unable to get over the hump in most games.

    The last few Region games have been that way too, especially when it comes to playing rival Somerset Christian.

  • Galilean title run stops at...

    Sports Correspondent

    It’s been a while. It’s been a while since the Galilean boy’s basketball team wasn’t a State Champion. It’s been while since the little school from Liberty wasn’t standing around a few teammates holding the State Championship banner after everyone else had gone home. It’s been a while.

    The run started in 2015, three State Championships later and everyone expected the Eagles to, at least, be in the Title game for a shot at a fourth-straight championship. CCHE had other plans.

  • 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