Today's News

  • The play-offs have arrived with a bang for teams

      It was a longer than normal weekend for The Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League as the teams played the final weekend of the regular season on Saturday. Then, on Sunday, the eighth and ninth place teams in the three younger age divisions played their ‘play-in’ games to get each division down to an eight-team bracket for the rest of the post-season which will start on Saturday.

    Championship Saturday will be on Nov. 8.

    The program with the bye in the three younger divisions on Saturday was the Maryville Patriots.

  • Chargers battle for second; BC faces difficult road trip

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – A common phrase heard in the sports world is ‘win or go home’.

    For the Bullitt East Chargers when they play host to district rival Shelby County on Friday, it will be ‘win and stay home’. The winner of the final district match of the regular season will earn the number two spot in Class 5-A, District 4 and will play a home game in the first round of the play-offs.

  • Oh What a Night!! Girls’ soccer teams all win

     LOUISVILLE – It was a historic night for Bullitt County soccer on Monday as all three local teams advanced to the semi-finals of the Girls’ Sixth Region Tournament.

    This marks the first time in any sport that all three schools will be involved in the final four of a regional event.

  • BE advance to 24th District volleyball finals

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – There is never a bad time to play a good volleyball match. However, the great times to play a strong match are less common.

    The Bullitt East Lady Chargers accomplished all of that on Monday, taking advantage of playing on their home court to beat Whitefield Academy in three games in the first semi-final of the 24th District Tournament. The first game went down to the wire before Bullitt East got the key points and they then rolled to a 27-25, 25-19, 25-19 win.

  • BC, NB advance to 23rd District volleyball finals

     HIGHVIEW - Two Bullitt County teams took care of business Monday evening and will now face each other for the 23rd District volleyball title.

    By virtue of their semi-final round victories, Bullitt Central and North Bullitt will both advance to the Sixth Region volleyball tournament next week - no matter the outcome on Wednesday.

  • BC goes on road, comes home with district title

    SHEPHERDSVILLE – Good football teams beat quality opponents in tough games. Successful teams find ways to win when they are not at their best.

         The Bullitt Central Cougars found success on Friday despite a drop off from their strong play a week earlier in beating Bullitt East as they scored in the final minute to turn back district rival Shelby County 18-16. The win was the eighth in a row for the maroon and gray to open the season.

  • Bernheim students get behind-the-scene look at play makeup

    CLERMONT - It's Bernheim Middle School's turn to get bitten by the acting bug.

    Bernheim eighth grade students participated in a field trip to Actors Theatre in Louisville, where they witnessed an early performances of the popular play, "Dracula."

    Prior to the event, Actors Theatre sent out one of their "experts" to educate students on the play, the story, and how the actors and stage crew bring it all to life - or death in some cases.

  • High Flying in Hillview

    HILLVIEW - The Hillview Recreation Department keeps its wheels spinning when it comes to offering community activities.

    The latest edition to the city shows why the department is on a roll.

    Hillview officially opened its new skate park, located next to the police department outside of the Hillview Government Center.

    An official grand opening and ribbon cutting was hosted by the city and the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce.

  • East crushes North hopes in first three minutes

    MOUNT WASHINGTON -- Coaches have worries.

  • NB girls win district crown; BE, BC also advance

    HEBRON ESTATES -- Despite winning the past two District 23 titles and having beaten its opponent earlier in the season, the North Bullitt Lady Eagles had no trouble focusing on the task at hand.