Today's Sports

  • Casey boys fall to North Laurel...

    The Casey County Rebel boy’s basketball team traveled over to London last Friday evening to take part in one of the State’s best basketball showcases - the Legacy Nissan Classic. The Rebels squared off with host North Laurel.

    “It is a prestigious event,” coach Jason Price said. “We got to play there last year and It was an honor to be invited again. It is always good to go to an event of that caliber.”

    The Jaguars boast a much more experienced roster this season while Casey has quite a bit of growing to do.

  • 2017 Varsity Casey County Lady...

    2017 Varsity

    Casey County Lady Rebels Schedule

    12/1 – At Wayne

    12/2 – Boyle County

    12/5 – Madison Central

    12/8 – Pulaski County

    12/9 – At Knox Central

    12/12 – Somerset

    12/15 – At Rockcastle

    12/16 – Allen County-Scottsville

    12/20-22 – Food Pantry tournament at Campbellsville

    12/27-29 – Citizens National Bank tournament at West Jess

    1/2 – At Marion County

    1/5 – At Somerset

  • 2017 Varsity Casey County Rebels...

    2017 Varsity

    Casey County Rebels


    12/2 – At North Laurel

    12/5 – At Southwestern

    12/8 – Pulaski County

    12/12 – Somerset

    12/15 – At Rockcastle

    12/19 – Madison Central

    12/22 – At Rowan County

    1/5 – At Somerset

    1/6 – Danville

    1/9 – Anderson County

    1/12 – Rockcastle

    1/13 – At West Jessamine

    1/16 – At Pulaski

  • 2017 Casey County Rosters

    Lady Rebels

    02 — Lauren Lee

    10 — Abbie Parton

    11 — Mackenzie Cundiff

    14 — Jordyn Stephens

    15 — Myla McGowan

    22 — Gena Beth Cravens

    24 — Natalie Duggins

    30 — Shaylah Wilkey

    31 — Haley Brock

    50 — Allie Parton

    JV Players — Jale Yocum, Natalie Pierce, Sadie Edwards, Emily Cochran, Brianna Johnson, Karis Cundiff, Macie Lee and Madison Chansler


  • Rebels looking to improve after...

    The Casey County High School Rebels opened their season with a frustrating home loss to the Clinton County Bulldogs Nov. 27, by a score of 75-58.

    The young team returns just one starter from its district championship team a year ago, senor Ryan Luna, and Coach Jason Price said that turnovers and small things made all the difference in the loss.

    “It’s a lack of execution, not a lack of effort,” he said. “They played their butts off out there.”

  • Lady Rebels dominate Clinton...

    After a slow start, the Lady Rebels clicked, and then shut down Clinton County in a blowout win 57-18.

    Coach Tara Weddle hopes that the team can continue with this type of win all season, minus the slow start.

    “They scored the same amount of points in the third quarter that they did in the first half,” she said.

    The team returns four starters: senior Myla McGowan, along with sophomores Lauren Lee, Gena Beth Cravens and Natalie Duggins.

  • GCA girls have long road back to...

    In year four (last season), Galilean girl’s basketball took a big stride in winning their first KCAA Region 4 Championship. In the time since, it has felt like a very distant memory.

  • Galilean boys basketball on hunt...

    At the beginning of the 2016-17 season, a third KCSAA State Championship didn’t seem likely for Galilean. The Eagles were off to an 0-4 start and only got back to .500 at the Christmas break. When February came around, the GCA boys who had won the last two State Crowns were a 10-seed that needed a play-in game for even a shot in the KCSAA’s top bracket - the rest is history as the Eagles claimed their third-straight State Title with a historic run.

  • Cross country teams perform on...

    The Running Rebels have qualified for State a school record three years in a row while the Lady Rebels have their own school-record streak of five years going, but the most recent accolades for these teams only slightly have to do with that success.

    The KHSAA and the Kentucky Track and Cross Country Coaches Association (KTCCCA) have released their State All Academic Teams for the 2017 season - there are a bunch of Casey County names.

  • Rebels football turns in another...

    While the second-round, 44-41 loss to Powell County still stings, there is plenty to help the Casey County Rebel Football team keep their heads held high like finishing a Casey record 6th in the AP poll.

    This is a team that had just come off a historically magical season in 2016 and, outside of those associated with the program, there weren’t many lining up to say that the 2017 installment would be knocking on the record book door.

    Instead, before the ink could dry on records by the 2016 team, the 2017 squad made their own adjustments.