HEBRON ESTATES - North Bullitt Lady Eagle head coach Amber Courtney was well aware that with a team with no seniors and only one junior, that there would be nights where her team would learn tough, but ultimately important, lessons.
Friday against Bullitt East, the state’s 23rd ranked team, was on of those nights.
The Lady Chargers were bigger, stronger, taller and more experienced as they rolled to a 66-34 victory that was not as close as the final score would indicate. Bullitt East had a 40-point advantage early in the fourth quarter.
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