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High School Sports

  • Chargers sweep past Fern Creek

        MOUNT WASHINGTON - The Bullitt East Chargers shook off their worst outing of the season, a 55-49 loss to Collins four nights earlier, and started a new winning streak on Tuesday as they jumped on top early and then played well enough in spurts to beat visiting Fern Creek 66-51.
        In the first game on Tuesday, the Lady Chargers made it look easy as they beat Fern Creek 66-38 in the first of two meetings between the new rivals over the next month.

  • One for three, all for one with Bullitt County’s swim teams

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - After losing one of the state’s top swimmers the past several seasons, North Bullitt’s Caroline Lee, the Bullitt County swimming program has refocused its efforts on building depth.

  • Chargers stunned by Collins in major upset

     SHELBYVILLE - Even a Rolls Royce drops a transmission every once in a while.

  • NB back to winning form

     HEBRON ESTATES - Shaking off a mid-January slump, the North Bullitt Eagles soared to a pair of victories over the weekend on the road.

  • Wrestling gets its night in the spotlight

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - For the first time ever, the three Bullitt County wrestling teams will be in the same gym on home turf tonight when the Cougars, Chargers and Eagles collide at Bullitt East.

  • Cougars win despite having their ‘B’ game against Bears

     TAYLORSVILLE - Unlike a number of past Bullitt Central teams, this winter’s squad can win games when they don’t have a strong outing.

  • Lady Cougars pull away late

      TAYLORSVILLE - Getting 17 points from junior guard Selena Yunt, the Bullitt Central Lady Cougars won for a season-high fifth straight game on Friday, pulling away from an early deficit to beat Spencer County 60-47.

  • Honored at Bullitt East

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - Before a recent Bullitt East game against Iroquois, presentations were made for a pair of recent accomplishments in the boys' basketball program.

    Bullitt East Coaches were presented with rings for last season's trip to the final four of the Boys' Kentucky State Basketball Tournament.

    The rings were donated by Schmid Funeral Home.

    Also, Bullitt East head coach Troy Barr recently won his 200th game as the Chargers' head coach.

    He was presented a game ball by Bullitt East principal Debby Atherton.

  • Small wins emotional game

        LOUISVILLE - It was the game that everybody was thinking about, but nobody really wanted to play.
        That was the situation on Tuesday in the opening round of the Girls' Louisville Invitational Tournament as Bullitt East took on Assumption. It was the old head coach at Bullitt East taking on his prodigies as Assumption is now coached by Steve Small.
        It was an emotional game long before the opening tip-off.

  • Cougars stay hot, win pair of impressive contests

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Since losing to North Bullitt back on Jan. 13, the Bullitt Central Cougars have been on a mission.
        The Cougars recovery from loss gained more momentum early last week as the maroon and gray won a pair of games in 24-hours to improve to 17-5 overall. Since the North Bullitt loss, the Cougars have won four straight and since a loss to the state's fifth-ranked team, Pleasure Ridge Park, on Jan. 3, the Cougars have won six of seven.