Today's Sports

  • Harne/Johnson make Regional...

    Sports Correspondent

    The Racquet Rebs had another winning season at 13-3 overall and will send a doubles team to the State Championships after a nice run in the Regional Tournament.

    Though Josh Underwood fell in the first round of Regions to an opponent from Southwestern, the senior went down swinging.

    “Josh was up,” said coach Phil Williams. “He was up 9-5 in a tie break. Just like in tennis, you are never safe. He lost 12-10 in a tie break after split sets.”

  • Throwers grab gold at Regionals...

    Sports Correspondent

    Casey Throwers took gold in both the boy’s and girl’s Shot Put at the Class AA Region 5 Championships last weekend. Austin Campbell and Brenna Hayes were the only Casey athletes to earn the title of Regional Champion at the event in Harrodsburg while Noah Brown (1600m) and Abby Vaughn (3200m with a PR of 12:12.82) each took silver in their events for Regional Runner Up status.

  • Lady Rebels start strong but...


    McCreary Central 15 Casey 3

    Looking to build on their two game winning streak, the Casey County Lady Rebels looked to extend it to a season high three game winning streak when they took on McCreary Central on May 7.

  • Baseball Rebels go 1-4 on the...


    Russell County 6

    Casey 3

    Looking to snap their four game losing streak, the Casey County Rebels travel to Russell County on May 7. The Rebels would get off to a hot start as they would jump out to a lead in the top of the second when Jake McGowan would reach on an error to start the inning and would later score on a Bradley Hines single into left field to give Casey the early 1-0 lead.

  • Merriman named Casey boys...


    Mike Merriman has been named as the next head coach of the Casey County boys basketball team.

    Merriman is a 2006 graduate of Berea College, where he played basketball at and won a KIAC conference championship to play in the NAIA National Tournament, and a graduate of Jacksonville State University in 2009.

  • Black named new volleyball coach


    Victor Black has been named the next head volleyball coach at Casey County High School.

    Black, who is no stranger to Casey County as he was born and raised here and graduated from Casey County High School in 1986.

    From 1998-2003, Black served as the head volleyball coach at Lincoln County High School finishing his tenure their with a 88-44 record. At Lincoln County he started the program from scratch traveling to Frankfort, Shelbyville and Lexington in the first couple years.

  • Rebels baseball beats Adair but...


    Campbellsville 8

    Casey County 6

    After starting the week with a win over Adair County, the Casey County Rebels looked to get back to their winning ways and snap their three game losing streak when they took on Campbellsville on May 3.

    After surrendering two runs to the Eagles in the first inning, Casey would respond with two runs of their own in the bottom of the first.

  • Lee signs with Lindsey Wilson


    Stand out Casey County tennis senior Laci Lee has signed to play for Lindsey Wilson College.

    Lee who began her tennis career at Casey County playing on the varsity team eight years ago. She started playing tennis when her older sister started playing. She played in her first regional tournament in eight grade, where she got her first regional win in singles which helped secure Casey County’s second regional title.

  • Tennis State Qualifiers
  • Lady Rebels softball goes 2-1...


    Casey County 14

    Wayne County 5

    After snapping their five game losing streak on May 1, the Lady Rebels looked to extend their winning streak to two when they hosted region foe Wayne County on May 3.