High School Sports

  • Bullitt teams headed to 24th District tourney

     HEBRON ESTATES - The four representatives of the 24th District in the upcoming Sixth Region baseball and softball tournaments have been decided.

  • Eagles finish the regular season on winning run

      HEBRON ESTATES - If you divided the season into four segments, North Bullitt’s baseball Eagles have enjoyed two of the first three.

  • Lady Chargers faced the best Friday

      MOUNT WASHINGTON - With the final night of the regular season including games against two of the top-10 teams in the state, Bullitt East softball coach Ricky Hoffman thinks he has his team as well prepared for the post-season as possible.

  • Lady Cougars stay hot, ready for post-season

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt Central Lady Cougars got in the final tune-ups for the post-season last week as the maroon and gray went 2-1 to finish the regular season with a school record 23-8 record.

  • Chargers post 30-6 mark to close out the regular season

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - The Bullitt East Chargers closed out the first 30-win regular season in school history on Friday with a 3-0 victory over traditional state power Trinity on Senior Night.

  • Davis’ grand slam propels BC past Fairdale

     HEBRON ESTATES - Exploding for eight runs over the final three innings, including a grand slam off the bat of junior Jasen Davis that put the team ahead for the first time, the Bullitt Central Cougars rolled to an 8-4 victory over Fairdale on Monday in the opening game of the 24th District Tournament at North Bullitt.

  • 24th District baseball and softball finals to be determined Wednesday

                   HEBRON ESTATES - The 24th District baseball and softball finals will be determined today at North Bullitt High School.

                   Both teams in each contest will advance to next week's Sixth Region tournament.

  • Troutman repeats in discus; Okruch 2nd

     LOUISVILLE - Trevor Troutman's domination of the discus this spring came to its culmination on Friday as the Bullitt East senior won his second straight Class AA state discus title with a throw of 177-09.
     Troutman did not lose to another thrower in Kentucky this season and his winning throw on Friday was 15-feet further than anyone else, in any of the three classes, hurled the discus in the state this spring.

  • Hodge, Atkins lead strong day for NB

     LOUISVILLE - Getting third place finishes from seniors Cody Hodge and Andrew Atkins, the North Bullitt boys' track team recorded a top ten finish on Friday in the Class AA Kentucky State Track and Field Championships at the University of Louisville.
     North Bullitt finished with 22 points.
     "We had a really good day," North Bullitt head coach Mike Whitfill said. "I was thrilled."

  • Duvall's perfect run wins high hurdles

     LOUISVILLE - The perfect race at just the right time.
     That is what Bullitt East senior Jacob Duvall turned in Friday in the Class AA Kentucky State Track and Field Championships as he blazed down the track in 14.55 seconds to win the boys' 110-meter high hurdles.
     The victory erased some frustration from a year ago for Duvall who had finished second in his favorite event after coming into the race with the top seed. This season, Duvall was only seeded fourth after winning the regional meet ten days earlier with a time of 15.23.