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  • Vaught's Views: Curry...

    By Larry Vaught

    Sports Columnist

  • Vaught's Views: UK football...

    By Larry Vaught

    Sports Columnist

  • CCHS seniors 4-0 against rival...

    The Casey/Russell rivalry had to play a day early this year due to weather conditions and for the first time this season the Rebels' opponent struck first.
    It only took a Russell County score and a quarter of game play for Casey to shake off the change in routine, but once the nine-yard touchdown from Austin Campbell to Dustin Richards put the Rebels on the board almost half-way through the second quarter, coach Steve Stonebraker’s crew never looked back.

  • Vaught's Views: Predictions...

    Kentucky has lost two likely starters — offensive tackle Cole Mosier and receiver Dorian Baker — to season-ending injuries, and the Cats don’t play their first game until Saturday at Southern Mississippi.
    Yet Kentucky fans remain almost giddy about this team and what it can do this year. The Cats even received votes in the Associated Press preseason top 25 poll after finishing last year 7-6 and playing in the TaxSlayer Bowl.

  • Lady Rebels soccer looking for...

    The Lady Rebels had a tough couple of games on the pitch in the last week.
    On Thursday night, at Wayne County, Casey dropped a close one to the Cardinals 3-0, but it was an improvement to last year’s match.
    “We did step up our game,” acting coach Mike Fair pointed out. “Last year the game ended up a 7-1 loss, this year the game ended 3-0. Sounds to me like we are improving. As a team, every player has stepped up their defense.”
    At Lincoln County, Monday night, the defense had a tough match, falling 10-0 to the Lady Patriots.

  • Boys soccer nets fifth goal of...

    Monday night, Lincoln County soccer got the best of the Rebels on the road 10-0, but coach Loren Pennington says despite the loss, his team is getting better.

  • Rebels rack up 50 points for 2nd...

    Through two games, the Casey County football Rebels are averaging a cool 50 points per contest and off to a 2-0 start after a holding off Campbellsville in a 50-18 win at home Friday night.
    “I told our guys that I’m really proud of their resolve,” said coach Steve Stonebraker. “We came back from some negative plays and created some positive things. We needed a game like this where we had to play 4 quarters of football.”

  • Volley Rebs bounce back after...

    Before heading off to Danville for the Boyle County Invitational, the Casey County volleyball team had a rough District match on the road with Pulaski County, losing 0-3 (23-25, 16-25, 12-25).
    “They never connected as a team,” said coach Angie McQueary. “We had service errors and PC scored a lot of points off of our errors. I think they let them get in their heads. It’s a mind thing. We had more service errors, we didn’t cover the back row as we needed and didn’t put the ball down when we had it in possession.”

  • Rebels blast Barren, break more...

    Record breaking has become commonplace with Steve Stonebraker at the helm of Casey County football.
    The question since the last play of last season was, can he keep it going?
    The home opener on Friday night answered that question with a resounding 50-7 win over visiting Barren County.

  • Volley Rebs start season with 2-...

    Thursday, Aug.17, marked the start of the volleyball season for Casey County, and the Lady Rebels didn’t disappoint.
    Coach Angie McQueary’s crew got to start the season at home and turned a close game into a lopsided sweep in the second game to take the match 2-0 (25-22, 25-12) over Boyle County.