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Community Sports

  • BC Baseball Camp
     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The first annual Bullitt Central Cougar Baseball Camp proved to be a success last week as 40 young players learned more about the game under the tutelage of head coach G.J. Moore and his coaches and players.  The only negative during the four-day camp was that rain during the week forced the players to change from cleats to tennis shoes as they moved inside the Bullitt Central gym for two days.
  • Ribbon Cutting
     Steve Larimore, chairman of the Bullitt County Parks Board, and June Daugherty, executive director of the Bullitt County Family YMCA, led the ceremonies Tuesday as the ribbon was cut on the new and improved Bullitt Central swimming pool. The facility now features a spray park and newly renovated restrooms. Included in the ceremonies was Rose Haley, an original organizer of the YMCA in Bullitt County. The pools are open Noon until 6 p.m. seven days a week in Shepherdsville, Mount Washington and Pioneer Village.
  • Charger Hoops Camp
     MOUNT WASHINGTON - The oldest of the high school summer sports camps returned for a 21st year recently when Bullitt East hosted the Charger Hoops Camp.
  • Lady Eagle Hoops Camp
     HEBRON ESTATES - It was the socks! The second annual Lady Eagle Basketball Camp was a success last week at North Bullitt under the direction of head coach Amber Courtney. There was plenty of fun including ‘Crazy Sock Day’ as well as plenty of hoops activities.
  • Voice of Charger sports recovering from serious injuries after accident
     LOUISVILLE – A Mount Washington man is in serious condition at University of Louisville Hospital after a Saturday afternoon collision that took place on the Gene Snyder Freeway near Taylorsville Road. 
  • Parks board concerned with possible cuts
     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The members of the Bullitt County Parks Board had great plans.
  • Charger Soccer Camp
     MOUNT WASHINGTON - There was plenty of fun and soccer recently at the Bullitt East Charger Soccer Camp which was under the direction of boys’ coaches Mike Brangers and Larry Steinmetz.
  • Lady Chargers’ Summer Shoot-out opens Tuesday
      MOUNT WASHINGTON - The annual Bullitt East Lady Charger Summer Shoot-Out will be back in town this week for a three-day run before all Kentucky High Schools move into the ‘dead period’ starting on Saturday.
  • Tips for using personal pontoon boats to float Kentucky streams
     FRANKFORT, Ky. – Floating a stream and catching smallmouth bass after smallmouth bass, a few spotted bass, rock bass, green sunfish and even an occasional white crappie is the one of the best ways to spend a summer afternoon. On a blistering hot day, you can beach your boat, wander out into a flowing, shallow shoal and sit down, letting the cool water of the stream flow over you and wash away the sweat and heat.
  • Operation Dry Water effort to make Kentucky waterways safer for families and boaters
      FRANKFORT, Ky. –Conservation Officers with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources will team up with federal, state and local law enforcement officers to make boating safer for families and others during Operation Dry Water, June 24-26. This weekend is devoted to boating law enforcement and education both nationwide and on Kentucky’s lakes and rivers.