Wednesday, February 2, 2011 at 12:23 am (Updated: February 2, 1:00 am)
HEBRON ESTATES - It’s a nasty bug that’s been spreading throughout the North Bullitt boys’ basketball team.
Unfortunately, no antibiotics will cure this ill.
On Friday, another case of poor shooting struck the Eagles as they fell on homecoming to Whitefield Academy 51-40.
The offensive woes started early for the Eagles, who trailed 7-1 after the first quarter.
With Tony Majors having one of his best games of the season, North Bullitt’s offense began to light up the scoreboard in the second quarter.
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