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Jack Duncan rushed for a 10-yard touchdown in overtime to lift Hancock County to a 28-22 Class 2-A district football victory over 10th-ranked Butler County on Friday night in Morgantown.

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It’s been an up and down and up again two-season run for Lincoln Clancy as quarterback of the Owensboro Catholic High School football team, and the senior signal-caller is hoping to save his b…

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It’s been an up and down and up again two-season run for Lincoln Clancy as quarterback of the Owensboro Catholic High School football team, and the senior signal-caller is hoping to save his b…

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The Owensboro Catholic boys soccer team turned up the offensive pressure Wednesday night, allowing the Aces to capture a 2-0 high school soccer victory against Grayson County at OCHS’s Indepen…

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The Owensboro Catholic boys soccer team turned up the offensive pressure Wednesday night, allowing the Aces to capture a 2-0 high school soccer victory against Grayson County at OCHS’s Indepen…

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Thomas Ashby from Apollo won the boys individual championship in the City-County Cross Country Meet on Monday at Yellow Creek Park.

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Throughout the first five weeks of the 2021 high school football season, Owensboro Catholic had one goal in mind: Get ready for district play.

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Owensboro Catholic won a pair of volleyball matches Saturday, capturing victories over Breckinridge County and Todd County Central at OCHS.

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Last fall, Owensboro Catholic and Hancock County rekindled a feisty Class 2-A football rivalry, with the Hornets winning a 30-29 regular-season decision and the Aces prevailing 27-26 in the se…

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While Owensboro Catholic was the consolation bracket winner of the All ‘A’ State Volleyball Tournament, it learned some useful lessons in going 4-2 last weekend.

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With a little moe than a week remaining in the high school soccer regular season, the postseason picture is getting clearer.

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The KHSAA released its first RPI numbers for football of the 2021 season. That was on Monday morning, and probably within 30 minutes (maybe 30 seconds) there were likely debates going on from …

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Christian Academy-Louisville at Owensboro Catholic

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In an intriguing high school football season that has yet to produce a victory for traditonal power Owensboro Catholic, the Aces’ Class 2-A district — Region 1, District 2 — appears to be unco…

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In an intriguing high school football season that has yet to produce a victory for traditonal power Owensboro Catholic, the Aces’ Class 2-A district — Region 1, District 2 — appears to be unco…

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Maddie Hayden scored three goals and dished out an assist to help Owensboro Catholic capture a 9-0 girls’ high school soccer victory against district foe Owensboro on Tuesday night at OCHS’s I…

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Apollo High School’s Macey Brown shot a two-day 76 to win her third consecutive City-County golf title Tuesday at The Country Club of Owensboro.

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Young and inexperienced in spots, the Owensboro Catholic High School football team has played a challenging schedule to open the 2021 season, and it doesn’t get any easier on Friday when KHSAA…

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Young and inexperienced in spots, the Owensboro Catholic High School football team has played a challenging schedule to open the 2021 season, and it doesn’t get any easier on Friday when KHSAA…

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The Whitesville Trinity High School volleyball team won its ninth game in 10 outings Monday night, as the Lady Raiders claimed a 25-14, 25-15, 25-13 victory over McLean County in Calhoun.

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When Owensboro and Owensboro Catholic clash Friday night, it’ll be a meeting of two programs looking to steady themselves heading into the bulk of the high school football season — but for dif…

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Each week, the Messenger-Inquirer will ask a high school football head coach or assistant coach to critique one of the upcoming games in the Owensboro area.

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Relatively speaking, Cate Sights came to the sport of volleyball at a late age, not playing an organized version of it until she was a sixth-grader at Holy Name Middle School in Henderson.