STEARNS - Casey County claimed its first victory of the season Friday night, beating McCreary Central 54-8 in a non-district game.
Casey (1-8) accumulated 425 yards of total offense and had three touchdowns on returns to end its eight-game losing streak.
"We played a lot better than we had," Casey coach Andy Stephens said. "There were some things that we did a lot better, and it feels good. The guys were excited about getting their first win, and I felt like we played hard."
Brandon Raney had a 50-yard interception return for a touchdown and a 95-yard kickoff return for another score, and he was also the Rebels' leading rusher and receiver. Kyle Long recovered a fumble and returned it 45 yards for a touchdown.
Dustin Perkins and Greg Luttrell also recovered fumbles for the Rebels.
"I feel good about how the defense played and how they were able to force four turnovers," Stephens said. "They basically kept McCreary's offense off the field pretty much the whole game."