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Today's Sports

  • Lady Rebels earn fifth straight...

    You know you have made it as a program when a third-place team finish at a regional meet has an air of disappointment. The Lady Rebels took to the cross country course in Monticello, Kentucky at Cave Lake Park (hosted by Wayne County) with 54 runners and seven teams for a shot at continuing a historic streak of State Meet appearances. Casey County girl’s XC had made four-straight State Championships coming in to this year’s Class AA Region 5 Meet.

  • Rebel runners make third...

    The Runnin’ Rebs made their way to Monticello at Cave Lake Park for the Class AA Region 5 Championship Meet hosted by Wayne County on Saturday.

    Twelve teams and 80 runners came together to run for spots in the KHSAA State Championships at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington next Saturday.

  • Galilean standout Allee Wesley

    Galilean sophomore Allee Wesley has shown great improvement this season and has been a key asset at the net for Coach Scott Jones.

    The Lady Eagles ended the season with back-to-back losses, but will travel to Morgantown, Ky., to try for a spot in the state tournament at 4 p.m. on Thursday.

  • Rebel football finishes best...

    With the 41-6 drubbing of Adair County Friday night, this group of record-breaking Rebels became the first Casey County High School football team to finish a regular season at 9-1. The record breaking didn’t stop there.

  • HS freshman Harmon among top...

    By Larry Vaught

    He’s helped the United States win a gold medal in international competition as well as leading Bowling Green High School to the state championship last year as an eighth-grader. He recently became only the second high school freshman to be invited to Big Blue Madness in John Calipari’s nine years at UK.

    So how did Zion Harmon – who said Madness “was great” after his trip – end up at Adair County High School in Columbia for his freshman season this year?

  • Ian Davis Memorial 5K winners...

    Here are the finish times and age group placements for the Ian Davis Memorial 5K held on Saturday.

    The overall male winner was Isaiah Strauel, 17, from Liberty, with a time of 18:46.35. The overall female winner was Tasha Abbott, 26, from Corbin, with a time of 34:31.47.

    Female 10 and under: Cierra Crouch

    Female 11-19: Kaylee Todd, Kayla Hamilton

    The overall order of finish with times are as follows:

  • Girls take first, boys take...

    Over the weekend, the Casey County Cross Country teams made the trek over to Monticello for the Cave Lake Fall Classic at Cave Lake Park. The event was hosted by Wayne County.

    The Casey Lady Rebels took first place overall by 16 points. There were 10 teams and 78 runners. There were three Casey runners in the top 10 and six in the top five. In fact, a line of Casey jerseys crossed the finish line virtually together as their coach asked them to run in a group at the meet.

  • Casey Running Rebels win...

    Coach Jon Vaughn wanted the Casey County Cross Country boys to get some extra work in last week and had them run in the Campbellsville Last Chance meet at Miller Park on Thursday.

    “The boys used the meet as a training opportunity,” Vaughn said. “I wrote down goal times for the boys and asked them to hit within a certain window of these times. I was very happy with our first five, the ones that score — they hit their times. The boys ended up winning the event.”

  • Volley Rebs close season with...

    Casey County Volleyball seemed to be hitting stride at the right time. A five-match winning streak that included a three-match stretch at home to end the season put the VolleyRebs at 17-10 overall.

    The final two matches of the season, a 2-0 (25-19, 25-9) win over Campbellsville and a 2-0 (25-18, 25-8) win over Mercer County, completed the winning streak and ended the regular season.

    “The Campbellsville and Mercer County matches went similar in sets,” coach Angie McQueary said.

  • Rebels continue historic start...

    Another game in the books and more history for Casey County football under coach Steve Stonebraker. After last season, how could this team top that result? Well, now 8-0, the Rebels keep topping it.

    Eight-straight wins to start a season is a new school record, as is scoring at least 40 points in a seventh game, breaking the record of six games from a year ago. Casey has scored at least 40 in 13 of their last 20 games after putting Betsy Lane away 56-6 on Friday night. The Rebels are the only 3-A team remaining without a loss.