Today's Sports

  • Cravens leads Lady Rebels to...


    After getting past the Boyle County Rebels in the opening round of the Girls 12 Region Tournament on Feb. 26, the Casey County Lady Rebels look to advance to the Championship game on Mar. 2 when they took on Southwestern. 

    In addition to looking to get the Championship game the Lady Rebels were looking to avenge their regular season loss to the Lady Warriors on Jan. 25. In that game Casey struggled from the floor shooting a pedestrian 31 percent from the field and only 25 percent from three.

  • Lady Rebels fall to Mercer in...


    After defeating Southwestern on Mar. 2, the Casey County Lady Rebels looked to win their first 12th Region Championship since their Final Four run in the State Tournament in 2008-2009.

    To get to the State Tournament, they would first have to dethrone the three time defending 12th Region Champions and defending State Champion Mercer County.

  • Galilean title run stops at...

    Sports Correspondent

    It’s been a while. It’s been a while since the Galilean boy’s basketball team wasn’t a State Champion. It’s been while since the little school from Liberty wasn’t standing around a few teammates holding the State Championship banner after everyone else had gone home. It’s been a while.

    The run started in 2015, three State Championships later and everyone expected the Eagles to, at least, be in the Title game for a shot at a fourth-straight championship. CCHE had other plans.

  • Regional matchups set for Casey...


    The 12th region girls and boys basketball tournaments are off and running, as the girls began on Feb. 26 and the boys will begin on Feb. 28.

    On the girl’s side on the top of the bracket, 48th District winner Southwestern takes on 46th District runner up West Jessamine in the first round. This will be the first meeting between the teams on the year. The other match up in the top of the bracket is 47th District winner Casey County taking on 45th District runner up Boyle County. This will also be their first meeting on the year.

  • Galilean Lady Eagles fall short...

    Sports Correspondent

    Down the stretch of a very tough season, the Galilean Lady Eagles have been a lot better than when the 2017-18 campaign started, but still just unable to get over the hump in most games.

    The last few Region games have been that way too, especially when it comes to playing rival Somerset Christian.

  • The title of KCSAA Mr....

    Sports Correspondent

    The tears and bitter emotion of a semi-final defeat had only just started to fade, even nearly a full 24 hours later. The numbness of going through an awards ceremony after the first time to not be anxiously awaiting a call to hold the State Championship banner was overwhelming.

    But then, from the slightly muffled PA system, at the end the All-State team being announced, Galilean senior Tristan Royalty heard his name.

  • District Champs! Lady Rebels...


    When Casey County Lady Rebels Head Coach Tara Weddle took over the helm two years ago, she inherited an extremely young team that had just finished going 0-6 in district play, 0-17 in region play and 6-24 overall.

    On Feb. 22 Weddle and her current Casey County Lady Rebels took on the Rockcastle Rockets looking to complete a perfect record in district play and become the 47th District Champions for the first time since 2013-2014.

  • Lady Rebels beat Boyle, move to...


    After winning their first District Championship since 2013-2014, the Casey County Lady Rebels looked to a bigger prize on Feb. 26 as they looked to advance to the semifinals of the 12th Region Tournament.

    But first they would have to take on fellow Rebels and runner-ups of the 45th district Boyle County (20-8).

  • District makes statement on Price


    Following up from a story last week, Feb. 21, regarding the resigning of Casey County Boys Head Coach Jason Price.

    Casey County Athletic Director Steve Stonebraker in an email provided a statement on the situation.

  • Fishing limits, regulations...

    Lee McClellan

    Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources

    A reduction in the statewide daily creel limit from 30 fish to 20 fish for crappie highlights the new fishing regulations for 2018. The regulations go into effect March 1.