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High School Sports

  • BE gets the best of Mercy 1-0

      MOUNT WASHINGTON – Five times Bullitt East and Mercy have met in the regular season as district rivals and five times the game has come down to a single run.

    On Tuesday, it was Bullitt East that scored the one and only run as the Lady Chargers defeated their arch-rivals 1-0 to move to the top of the seeding process for the upcoming 24th District Tournament. The Lady Chargers are hosting the district tournament this season during the week of May 22.

  • Southern drops Lady Eagles 4-2

     HEBRON ESTATES – Sometimes it seems like a play or two in a game will set the tone for the entire contest.

    Facing Southern, the North Bullitt softball team may have had the experience on Wednesday.

    Southern came into the 23rd District regular season finale  for them with a 2-0 record and the top seed in the tournament assured with a win. North Bullitt, at 1-0 in district play, pushed it right down to the wire before falling 4-2.

  • BE’s Duvall hospitalized again with knee woes

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – For the second time since the end of the high school basketball season, Bullitt East standout and 2017 Kentucky Miss Basketball Lindsey Duvall has spent time in the hospital due to continuing problems from her fall 2015 knee surgery that forced her to miss most of her junior season.

  • Eagles earn top district seed 5-0 over Central

     HEBRON ESTATES – One team was fighting for its goal. The other appeared to already feel it had reached its goal.

    With Alec Lush throwing a one-hit shutout, North Bullitt locked up its goal of winning yet another regular season District 23 title. That gives the Eagles the top seed in the upcoming tournament.

    For the Bullitt Central Cougars, head coach G.J. Moore wasn’t impressed with the effort. A victory could have set up a three-way tie for the quest for a top seed.

    At the end of the day, North Bullitt came away with a 5-0 victory.

  • Mother Nature wins out over East and LIT

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Mother Nature pretty much got the best of Bullitt East and the Louisville Invitational event that the Chargers were hosting last week.

    At first, it appeared that Bullitt East head coach Jeff Bowles had pulled a rabbit out of his hat by moving the first night of action up a day, starting the four-team round-robin event on Wednesday with a single game. There was also a single game on Thursday.

  • NET RESULTS: Tennis regular season coming to close

    SHEPHERDSVILLE — The final week of the regular season for most tennis teams brought several intracounty battles.

    Each high school will have an opportunity to supply two singles players and two doubles teams in the upcoming Sixth Region tournament, which begins on May 8.

     

    BULLITT EAST

    Over the past couple of matches, Bullitt East’s Savannah Kruse has been rounding into the form that took her to the state tournament last year.

    On April 17, Bullitt East defeated Moore 4-1.

  • Miss Basketball Duvall now knows her teammates

     LOUISVILLE --  Miss Kentucky Basketball Lindsey Duvall of Bullitt East found out the young laders who will be teammates in June when the state does battle with the Indiana All-Stars.

    Duvall did not have to participate in the recent tryouts as head coach Larry Just and assistants Joey Thacker, Hager Easterling and Amy Siegel selected 11 of the best in Kentucky to suit up for the two-game series.

    Just will know three of the All-Stars quite well as Jaelynn Penn, Tasia Jeffries and Breia Torrens played for his Butler Bearett team.

  • East beats everybody but Mother Nature

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – The Bullitt East Lady Chargers beat everybody they faced last week except for Mother Nature.

    And they almost beat her.

    Getting in four games last week, Bullitt East put together a four-game winning streak for the second time this season. One of the wins came on Wednesday when the red and gold defeated defending Sixth Region champion Holy Cross 3-2, the only challenging game of the week.

  • Bullitt East splits pair of district contests

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – After needing two days to defeat district rival Fern Creek, the Bullitt East Chargers put themselves behind the eight-ball as far as district play is concerned as they dropped a 3-2 decision at Jeffersontown on Thursday.

    The Chargers then did get to play on Friday night, beating North Oldham 10-4 in a game that was halted after six innings because of darkness.

    That action left Bullitt East with a 13-8 record overall heading into the final month of the regular season.

  • Eagles need 11 innings to defeat Mustangs 5-3

     HIGHVEIW -- If anyone in the local baseball world was shocked by Moore’s recent defeat of Bullitt Central to open district play, they should be surprised no more.

    It took everything the North Bullitt Eagles had to pull out a 5-3 victory in 11 innings.

    The victory left the Eagles in great shape to do what they’ve done since joining the 23rd District -- win the championship.

    After Dylan Kleitz pitched 9-plus spectacular innings, Alec Lush had to work out of a one-out jam in the 10th to keep the game going.