HEBRON ESTATES - Older. Smarter. Wiser. Better.
A year after going 9-10-1 with a squad that had just three seniors, the North Bullitt Lady Eagles are looking for bigger and better things this fall.
While most of the players return, there is a change at the top as Ryan Bringhurst has taken over the reins from Missy Fox who coached the team just one season. Bringhurst was the assistant coach last year.
This is the first head coaching job for Bringhurst who graduated from Bullitt East in 2000 where he played football and participated in track.
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