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Youth Sports

  • Casey County Youth Basketball

    1st Team All-League:
    Jalee Yocum
    Emily Cochran
    Natalie Pierce
    Allie Parton
    Autumn Brown

    2nd Team All-League
    Madison Chansler
    Karis Cundiff
    Kailey Piatt
    Mikayla Fair
    Erin Morgan

    Honorable Mention:
    Sadie Edwards
    Gracie Floyd
    Macie Lee
    Bronwyn Hackney
    Audie Stonecypher
    Madison Hale
    Katelyn Woods
    Kennedy Phillips
    Mollie Harne
    Molly Demrow

  • Girls take championship at Lindsey Wilson

    The Casey County sixth grade girls’ basketball team was undefeated at 8-0 at the Lindsey Wilson camp, winning the championship.
    Team members include Gena Beth Cravens, Lauren Lee, Kaitlyn Lane, Jadrian Couch, Haley James, Anna Wethington, Lacy Brown, Myla Jo McGowan, LaShaya Carman, Brenna Hayes, and Savanna Hamm. They were coached by Kevin Eads.
    The girls start their season Thursday at Danville.

  • Dodgers are Minor League champs

    The Dodgers were the Minor League champs at Gateway Park this season in the Little League division for 9-10-year-olds.
    Members include Lucas Calhoun, Adam Price, Colt Sharp, Hunter Emerson, Cade Reed, Nate Ratliff, Steven Calhoun, Haden Bastin, Zachary Todd and Nicklas Miller. Coaches were Skipper Todd and Jon Bastin.

  • Casey County Girls Basketball Skills Academy
  • Police News March 5

    Three charged with DUI

    — Cornelio Utrerai, 44, of West Loudon Avenue, Lexington, was arrested on Feb. 25 on North U.S. 127 by Deputy Jamie Walters and charged with first offense DUI and no operator’s license. Court documents state that Utrerai was involved in a two vehicle accident where he dropped off the roadway and hit a parked car.

  • Coppage joins Casey County News staff

    The Casey County News is welcoming a new staff member.

    Delton Coppage, 63, of Liberty will begin delivering newspapers this week. He will be responsible for the delivery and distribution of the newspaper.

    Coppage worked for Lowe’s as an accountant and after 25 years, he has since retired.

    The Casey County News General Manager/Advertising Sales Manager Brittany Emerson said she is glad to welcome Coppage to the staff.

  • Recent legislation changes coaching requirements


    Recent bills passed by the Kentucky Legislature have changed the requirements for coaches within school districts. Most notably, House Bill 383 waived the 64 semester hours of college requirement and replaced it with other trainings allowing for a person to become a certified coach.
    The bill, passed in 2009, has already shifted the middle and high school coaching climates. The legislation stemmed from school districts and athletic directors struggling to find coaches who met the requirements.