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  • Racket Rebs sweep trio of road...

    Sports Correspondent

    With weather conditions seemingly taking more headlines than game play early in the tennis season, the Casey County Rebels were able to not only get in three matches last week - they went 3-0 away from home. The Rebels cruised past Mercer County 6-0 despite the weather, they dominated Russell County 7-2 and picked up a win over West Jessamine for the first time since the Colts joined the 12th Region.

  • Lady Racket Rebs eke out a pair...

    Sports Correspondent

    Casey County took to the road for a pair of tough matches last week. The Lady Racket Rebs held off both 12th Region opponents by a score of 3-2 and despite the close matches, their coach is encouraged.

    “The score remains close,” coach Marvetta Overstreet said. “I know that makes us vulnerable, but we’re growing in skills and confidence. We have lots to work on, but I see progress in this young team.”

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  • Spring turkey season approaching

    By Kevin Kelly

    Kentucky Fish and Wildlife

    The landscape awakens almost spontaneously from its winter slumber. Winter flocks break up into smaller groups. Innumerable turkey calls and lifelike decoys reappear at sporting goods retailers.

    Turkey hunters interpret these occurrences as signs that it will not be long before they are easing into their spots before dawn, filled with anticipation.

  • Casey begins basketball head...

    zjohnson@caseynews.net

    After a messy end to the season for the Casey County Rebels, after an alleged altercation that led to the letting go of Head Coach Jason Price. Casey County has released a statement about the situation and the direction of the boy’s basketball team.

  • Lady Rebel Tennis takes bounce-...

    Sports Correspondent

    After a trio of matches had to be rescheduled due to weather conditions, the Casey County Lady Rebels were finally able to take to the courts in a home match on Thursday.

    Somerset was able to keep the Lady Rebels from getting an opening-match win as a “solid-hitting” Lady Jumpers took the match 5-4.

  • Rebel Tennis split four matches...

    Sports Correspondent

    “We could have easily been 0-4,” coach Phil Williams said of his team’s first weekend of play. “We feel good about where we are early in the season.”

    Weather has played a factor in the Rebel Tennis season getting going, but Williams’ team found a way to grind out a couple of wins to get things started in their first weekend of matches.

  • Three Rebels named to Boys All-...

     zjohnson@caseynews.net

    After a disappointing season for the Casey County Rebels that saw them win only three games on the season.

    A positive recognition was giving during the Boys Basketball District Tournament. Casey County Rebels Dustin Richards, Michael Christian, and Colby Brown were all selected to the 47th All District team.

    Brown scored 10 points in Casey’s lone district game. On the season he averaged 5.2 points per game and grabbed 4.6 rebounds per game.

  • Casey Junior Girls Pro...
  • Galilean to field baseball for...

    Sports Correspondent

    For the first time in six years there will be a new sports team at the Galilean Christian Academy and for the first time in school history there will be an Eagle baseball team that calls the top of South Fork Ridge home.