Today's Sports

  • Boys tennis wins another pair,...

    Sports Correspondent

    Casey Rebel Tennis took care of business last week. Weather conditions limited the Rebels to just two matches, but Phil Williams’ squad blanked Mercer County and only gave up one match to Clinton County en route to back-to-back wins and improving to the program’s 19th-straight 10-win season.

  • Lady Rebels split district...


    Looking to stop a five game losing streak the Casey County Lady Rebels softball team did so this week doubling their win total for the season as they defeated Clinton County and Somerset this week.

    To begin the week Casey jumped all over Clinton County from the start to defeat the Lady Bulldogs for the second time this season, this time 13-3.

  • Baseball Rebels drop two to...


    Winners of 6 of their last 8 games and after splitting their opening district series of the season last week with Pulaski County the Casey County Rebels looked to keep their hot play up when they took on Somerset and Taylor County this week.

    Somerset 4 Casey 1

    The Rebels win over Pulaski County last week marked their first win over the Maroons in 31 games and their first win over Pulaski County since they joined the 47th District in 2005.

  • Lady Racquet Rebs take tough...

    Sports Correspondent

    Casey County Lady Rebel Tennis faltered a bit early last week with a loss at Mercer County, but quickly climbed back in the saddle for a good ride on Tuesday and Thursday, despite two players missing action due to illness, before wether conditions postponed another pair of matches.

  • 2019-2020 UK basketball roster...


    With the end of the Kentucky Basketball season two weeks ago in a heartbreaking loss to Auburn the narrative quickly switched to who would be on the roster for Kentucky next season.

    Three weeks later and things have become very clear concerning next years roster.

    Leaving/NBA Draft

    With Reid Travis and Jonny David graduating we knew there would be different faces on next year’s team but how many?

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  • Singleton signs intent to play...

    The anchor of the Casey County football offensive line, Gabe Singleton, inked his letter of intent this past week and will play for Kentucky Christian University this Fall. The Knights play in the vaunted Mid South Conference of the NAIA, but Gabe chose Kentucky Christian for more than what they offer on the gridiron.

  • Casey’s bats come alive during...

    Fresh off a successful spring break tournament at the Keaton Hall Wood Bat Memorial at Bardstown, where they won four of five games, the Casey County Rebels baseball team looked to keep their winning ways when they began district play.

    Casey 9 Pulaski 7

    First up was Pulaski County April 9 as Casey took on the Maroons. Thanks to timely offenses and good pitching the Rebels were able to defeat the Maroons 9-7 on the night to pick up their first district win of the season.

    Pulaski 6 Casey 5

  • Vaughn earns silver at Bardstown

    Casey Track and Field medaled in five-of-12 events at Clash of Classes VIII in Bardstown on Saturday, April 13.
    With several student athletes taking the ACT, it was still a successful event for the running Rebels and Lady Rebels with nearly half of the events producing medals for coach Jon Vaughn’s crew with Gabe Singleton’s ninth-place showing in the shot put just one place away from an even six medals for Casey. Even with seventh-grader Jaylee Atwood stepping in for Laura Cuin on the 4x800 meter relay, the Lady Rebels still finished sixth.

  • Lady Rebel Tennis splits a pair...

    It was a tough showing the first match back after Spring break for Casey girl’s tennis. Despite multiple matches being close, the Lady Racquet Rebs fell on Tuesday to Boyle County 4-1 with the only win coming on the singles side from Molly Demrow.