Today's Sports

  • Lady Rebel 4x800 relay team...

    Sports Correspondent

    On the State Championships course at the University of Kentucky during the Kentucky Relays this past weekend, the girl’s 4x800 relay made school history for a second-straight season.

    “It was the highlight of the meet for the Casey County runners,” said coach Jon Vaughn. “They had broken a very old record last year and I had told them that it would be very tough to re-break it. But, again, they like to surprise me. Their 10:16 effort was good enough to set a new standard.”

  • Deciphering the white bass runs...

    By Lee McClellan

    Kentucky Fish and Wildlife

    This spring seems like one long continuation of late winter. As soon as we get a warm day, the temperature plunges and we are back in February again. It even snowed on Monday of the third week of April.

    This up and down weather combined with cold rains has the spring fishing season behind by a few weeks. The spawning runs of white bass into the headwaters of reservoirs are scattershot so far this spring, with some movement followed by retreat.

  • Noah Brown breaks 1600-meters...

    Sports Correspondent

    On Friday night, under the lights at Lindsey Wilson College, it was not only the inaugural Blue Raider Rumble co-hosted by Casey County and Taylor County High Schools, but it was also the night chosen as a senior send off for the Rebels and Lady Rebels.

  • Lady Rebel Tennis rolls to two...

    Sports Correspondent

    As the season winds down, Casey County’s Lady Rebel Tennis, with two more wins last week, continues to show they can get it done.

  • Casey offense struggles as...


    Looking to snap their two game losing streak, the Casey County Rebels play Pulaski County in a doubleheader on April 25th as they tried to get their first district win of the season.

    However Pulaski’s pitching would be outstanding over the two games allowing only one run over the two game, defeating Casey 6-0 in game one and then 4-1 in game two.

    The losses drop Casey to 0-6 in district play and lock up the fourth seed for the Rebels in the district tournament.

  • Softball bats go cold as Lady...


    LaRue County 7

    Casey County 0

    After almost a week off the Casey County Lady Rebels took to the field against LaRue County on April 27, looking to rebound from their loss to Lexington Catholic on April 21.

  • Rebel Tennis earns 18th-straight...

    Sports Correspondent

    Consistency is definitely a word you can use when talking about Phil Williams’ program at Casey County. Rebel Tennis has not only put together 18-straight winning seasons since Williams took the helm, but the Rebels have been able to tally at least 10 wins in each of those seasons.

  • 6 Casey Bass Fishers qualify for...


    For the first time in school history multiple teams from Casey County High Schools Bass Fishing team have qualified for the KHSAA State Tournament and the High School Fishing National Championship.

    Seniors Britt Pendleton, Ethan Lee, Wade Durham, and Jayden Soule along with Sophomores Jordan Baldock and Seth Owens all qualified for the National Championship. Baldock, Owens, Durham and Soule additionally qualified for the KHSAA State Tournament.

  • Big innings plaguing Lady Rebels...

    Lexington Catholic 11 Casey 6

    Looking to build on their win versus Frankfort on April 20, the Lady Rebels hosted Lexington Catholic on April 21.

  • Casey baseball goes 1-3

    This week in Casey County Baseball action on April 16, the Rebels blanked Clinton County 16-0 as three Casey County pitchers combined to no-hit the bulldogs. On April 17, Casey would struggle against district foe Rockcastle, as the Rockets would blank the Rebels by a score over 11-0 in five innings. Looking for revenge at Rockcastle on April 19, Casey would fight hard but come up just short in a hard fought game losing to the Rockets 2-1.