Russellville Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Russellville, KY

  • Monday | via News Democrat 

    Panthers fall to Franklin-Simpson at home

    It was a tough Friday night for local football teams as Russellville High School suffered its first defeat of the season and Logan County also lost again to remain winless on the year. The Panthers fell 21-20 to Franklin-Simpson on Friday night at Rhea Stadium, as the school celebrated the 75th anniversary of Rhea Stadium with a special halftime recognition ceremony.


  • Friday Sep 26 | via News Democrat 

    Rhea Stadium to celebrate 75 years of action tonight

    This season, the Russellville High School Panthers are celebrating 75 years at Historic Rhea Stadium. The art deco style sports venue was built by the Works Progress Administration , as part of the "New Deal" program.


  • Tuesday Sep 23 | via News Democrat 

    Stevenson Elementary holds family dinner night

    "It took our community pulling together to pull it off, but the Family Day celebration at Stevenson Elementary was a huge success," says Carol Kees, Director of the Family Resource Center at Stevenson Elementary School. Mrs. Kees and assistant Debbie Elliot coordinated the efforts of several organizations to provide two seatings of a sit-down dinner, which included spaghetti, salad, bread, dessert, and drinks, as part of the "National Family Day - A Day to Eat Dinner with Your Family" initiative.


  • Monday Sep 22 | via News Democrat 

    Panthers still perfect through five games

    The Panthers won their fifth game of the year on Saturday as they easily dispatched Todd County Central 43-3 in the McCracken Bowl at McCracken County High School in Paducah. Russellville got several long touchdown against the Rebels in the victory, including the first score of the game that saw RHS junior Josh Bigbee go 72 yards for the score.


  • Friday Sep 19 | via News Democrat 

    Logan football looking for first win

    The Logan County High School football team opens district play this week at home against Greenwood, while Russellville travels west to take on Todd Central. LCHS has lost all four of its games so far this season, giving up an average of just over 50 points per game while facing the running clock mercy rule in each contest.


Russellville High Schools

Logan County High School (2200 Bowling Green Road)
Russellville High School (1101 W 9th Street)