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Community Sports

  • MW U-8 All-Stars are headed to state tourney
     MIDDLETOWN – Rain made for a very long week for the Mount Washington U-8 Baseball All-Stars last week in the District Tournament at Crosby Park conducted by the East Louisville Sports Youth League.
  • End of the road for Blue Lick U-12 Stars in state tournament
     OKOLONA -- It was yet another battle of familiar foes. While Blue Lick had defeated Germantown to win the district title, the young men in green would have the last laugh in the state tournament. By virtue of its 8-5 victory on Sunday, Germantown earned a berth in the Ohio Valley Regional Tournament, to be held in Lexington, no matter its outcome in the championship game against Hikes Point. In the loser’s bracket final, two mighty swings of the bat spelled doom for Blue Lick.
  • Blue Lick U-15 falls in district but advances to state
     OKOLONA -- It wasn’t pretty but you don’t get style points for beauty in the game of baseball. And the local All-Star team didn’t close out the district tourney with a pretty performance but it was good enough to earn a place in the state tournament. At the end of the marathon opener of the Babe Ruth 15 and under district baseball tournament, Blue Lick got out of town with a 13-11 victory. Okolona, down 8-1 at one point, had the tying run at the plate when Dayton Perkins recorded the final out.
  • Mt. Washington U-15 All-Stars to play in West Kentucky State
     LOUISVILLE – The Mount Washington U-15 All-Stars will join the Blue Lick All-Stars in this week’s West Kentucky U-15 State Tournament, but this team took a completely different route to the state event. In fact, the Mount Washington All-Stars have yet to play a game.
  • Summer Soccer Camp Fun
     The Women’s World Cup isn’t the only soccer being played this summer. Both Bullitt Central and Bullitt East recently hosted soccer camps for young players and there was a strong turnout at both events. The young players got to work on some fundamentals in learning the game and played some games as well as also just getting to have some fun picking up the basics of the game. 
  • Help needed with summer diamond All-Stars
        SHEPHERDSVILLE-- It's here again.     It is time for the summer baseball and softball All-Star season.     Normally, my internal clock for covering such things tells me that around the July 4th holiday that All-Star action will begin. Often times, it is the first weekend after the holiday.     This year, word is trickling in that some leagues and age groups are getting a jump on that, starting play as early as this week.
  • Girls’ hoops camps at BC and NB
     Fun was the name of the game last week as both the Bullitt Central and North Bullitt girls’ basketball programs conducted summer camps for some of their future players. There was plenty of fundamental work that got done as the young players worked with both the coaching staffs as well as learning from some of the varsity team members about what it takes to become a high school basketball player. 
  • CG wins first track meet
     Cedar Grove Elementary recently participated in its first track meet. The following results: *K-2 Girls 1600 -- 1. Naomi Mitchell; 2. Riley Newberry; 3. Emma Thompson *3-5 Girls 1600 -- 1. Pressley Huff; 2. Haley Dillman; 3. Erin Dorton *K-2 Girls 100 -- 1. Naomi Mitchell; 3. Cami Bickett *3-5 Girls 100 -- 2. McKenzie Engle *3-5 Girls 200 -- 1. Haley Dillman; 2. Clarissa Jones *K-2 Girls 400 -- 1. Lily Harper; 3. Garrett Williamson *3-5 Girls 400 -- 1. Erin Dorton; 2. McKenzie Engle
  • Local archers shine in NASP regional
     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Bullitt County archers did well recently in the NASP Region Five event at Central Hardin High School. The event, which qualified archers for the National Archery in Schools Program Kentucky State Tournament, had 40 teams and over 1,000 students taking part, making it the largest Fifth Region event ever.
  • Local teams shine at Eagles’ Archery Tourney
     HEBRON ESTATES - The best young archers in the area converged on North Bullitt on Friday and Saturday for the Eagle Invitational with 750 shooters taking part at the elementary, middle school and high school levels. As is often the case, the Bullitt County teams did quite well, winning four of the nine team trophies as well as 18 of the 30 individual awards. On the team level the top three entries were presented trophies. Middle Schools: 1st, Eastside, 3167; 3rd, Hebron, 3034; 5th Eastside (2), 2926.