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Football Hosts Family Fun Picnic

On July 26th, the football Boosters hosted a family picnic at the spillway.  This was a great opportunity for the players, cheerleaders, coaches, and families to hang out and have fun getting to know each other!  Thank you to everyone who came out to support the team!

Football Hosts Weight Lifting Competition

Huddle House Cave Run Combine Classic On Saturday February 14th the Rowan County Football Team and Boosters are hosting a weight lifting competition at Warren Cooper Gym and Weight Room on the campus of Rowan County High School. Bath County, Fleming County,  Morgan County and Rowan County will compete in a college and pro style Football combine event. All participants will


The Rowan County Vikings football team traveled to Montgomery County on Halloween Night to take on the Indians in the last regular season game of the 2014 season.  The playing conditions were wet, cold and often snow flurried, but that did not deter the Vikings or their fans.  The Vikings fans out numbered the Indians

Vikings Battle #1 Johnson Central

The Rowan County Vikings played host to class 4A powerhouse and #1 ranked Johnson Central on Friday Night at Paul Ousley Stadium.  The Vikings also celebrated Senior Night as they honored 14 senior football players along with senior cheerleaders and band members. The Vikings celebration was cut short, as the Johnson Central Eagles scored early

Vikings Fall Short Against Boyd County

VIKINGS FALL SHORT TO BOYD 25-20 The Rowan County Vikings coming off their first win of the 2014 season hosted district opponent Boyd County on Friday Night.  The Vikings welcomed back many of their football alum, as they celebrated Alumni Night.  The Vikings Cheerleaders also got into the action, as they were joined on the

Vikings Win!

The Rowan County Vikings traveled to Lloyd, last Friday night to take on the Greenup County Musketeers in another important district match up.  The Vikings (0-6) spoiled the Musketeers Homecoming festivities as they defeated Greenup Co. by a score of 21-14. The Vikings powerful offense did exactly what it is set up to do –

Football Hosts Pink Night and Alumni Night

On Friday at the football game the Football Booster Club will be honoring past Alumni with a pregame tailgate and announce them over PA system before game.  The alumni will be honored by walking thru tunnel and then form lines for the current team to run thru.  They are asking that all alumni sign in at the tailgating area.  The


The Rowan County Vikings traveled to Lexington this past Friday night to take on the Commodores of Tates Creek High School.  The Vikings marched into Lexington with plans to spoil the Commodores homecoming parade, but feel just short after a very hard fought battle.  The Vikings rallied around one another to put together their best