Today's Sports

  • Casey baseball splits opening...


    Casey 6 Trinity 5

    Looking to get their first win of the season, the Rebels faced Whitesville Trinity on April 3 at Thomas Nelson High School.

    Trinity would strike first in the first inning with one run before scoring three runs in the second inning to hold a commanding 4-0 lead early on.

  • Casey Softball goes 1-3 in...


    Casey 7 McEwen 6

    Looking to salvage one win in The Cal Ripken Experience Tournament in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., the Casey County High School softball team took on McEwen on April 5.

  • EDA seeks stay to collect...


    A motion from the Liberty-Casey County Economic Development Authority (EDA) in Chieftain Steel’s bankruptcy case in federal court was granted, to reschedule a hearing on a motion for relief from stay, while the EDA seeks another motion for relief to stay in a second Chieftain Steel bankruptcy case.

    A relief from stay would allow the EDA to attempt to collect payments on over $380,000 it loaned to Chieftain.

    Without the relief from stay, the EDA would have to wait to collect until the bankruptcy cases end.

  • Casey Track breaking school...

    Sports Correspondent

    It is early in the track season and the Casey County Rebels and Lady Rebels have had success with some wins on the track, but also some wins in the school record books.

  • Lady racquet Rebs split a pair...

    Sports Correspondent

    Casey girl’s tennis took care of business at Southwestern 5-0 Monday, March 26 and then after the match with Berea was cancelled on Thursday, Boyle County invited the Lady Rebels to play indoor in Nicholasville to make up a previously weather-conditions-cancelled match. Casey fell in a close one 3-2.

  • Who will stay and who will go?


    With the sting of the disappointing loss to Kansas State in the Sweet 16 beginning to wear off, the time comes for the big blue nation to look forward to next season and look to what kind of roster the cats will have. 

    With the deadline for a decision for the NBA draft not until May 1, there is still a month for things to change on decisions, but this is what I think we’ll see as far as players going or coming back for Kentucky’s roster next season.

  • Lady Rebels softball starts...


    After having their first two games of the season cancelled due to weather, the Casey County Lady Rebels softball team took the field on March 23 when they faced McCreary Central.

    The Raiders would jump out to an early lead thanks to Jayci Bell when she reached on an error to score Allyson Anderson who led the game off with a double to right field. Bell would score on a groundout later in the inning have McCreary Central up 2-0 after a half inning.

  • Casey boys tennis picks up...

    Sports Correspondent

    After a key win over West Jessamine during a 3-0 stretch on the road, Rebel Tennis made the short trip to Somerset last Monday to take on another 12th Region foe at Southwestern. Casey nearly got a sweep over the Warriors in the five-point match with the only loss coming at number-one doubles in a tie break. It all started with a dominate win at one-seed singles as the Rebels cruised to another Region win.

  • Weather plaguing Casey Baseball


    Mother nature has put a damper on the start of the season for the Casey County High School baseball team. The team’s first seven games of the season were cancelled due to either rain or snow.

    Head Coach Josh Gibson said all of the cancellations have been tough but credits his players’ focus through it.

  • Galilean baseball shows growth...

    Sports Correspondent

    After a few scrimmages to help with the inexperience, the inaugural Galilean baseball team got their first taste of a real game Friday night at CCHE.

    “It was a good first game,” coach Joe Allen said. “We were able to hold a lead for a while. The guys are getting better. We are just struggling to find hitters. We will find some as the season goes on and we get more experience. I am encouraged by what we are seeing so far.”