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High School Sports

  • Turnovers doom Eagles

     HEBRON ESTATES – Saturday afternoon football doesn’t seem to suit the North Bullitt Eagles very well.

    That was the lesson most obvious this past weekend as the green and gold played host to Callow ay County in a non-district game. Despite leading 12-7 midway through the second quarter, the Eagles came up short, falling 35-12 on a blustery afternoon.

  • BC hits a rough patch Friday

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Facing a team in the top 10 in the state’s biggest football classification is tough enough.

    And when you fumble the kickoff on two consecutive plays to open the game, things suddenly got much worse.

    The Bullitt Central Cougars fans may have enjoyed the Senior Night festivities and a spirited halftime performance by the band but there wasn’t much else to cheer for in a 43-7 loss to Simon Kenton.

  • Football pairings to be decided Friday

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – For the second time in three seasons, the final seedings for the post-season in Class 5-A, District 4 won’t be decided until the final night of the regular season.

    That is because Shelby County, North Bullitt and Bullitt Central each finished with a 1-2 record in district play. Bullitt East won the district with a 3-0 mark and already knows that they will play host to North Hardin (1-9) when the play-offs begin on Nov. 8.

  • East at Shelby on Friday for district crown

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – With at least one play-off game at home already in the bag, the Bullitt East Chargers will have the opportunity on Friday to add a possible second home game as well as a district championship when they travel to Shelby County.

    Despite a loss to North Bullitt two weeks ago, Shelby County is also in charge of its own destiny as they can claim the district title with a win over Bullitt East and get two home games in November.

  • Oops! 6th Region was mystery event

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – One of the last words you want to hear as the Sports Editor of a newspaper is ‘Oops.’

    Twice in the past week I’ve had to tell myself ‘Oops’. One I don’t have much trouble passing along, the other was my bad.

    Mistakes happen in any line of work. However, as we all know, some miscues are more serious than others.

  • Back in the Saddle - Blackburn named BE coach

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Bullitt East made the most out of a bad situation on Monday when the school named former head coach Bob Blackburn the boys’ head basketball coach for the upcoming season.

  • East puts it all together in district

     OKOLONA – The Bullitt East Lady Chargers did just what every coach dreams about – they played their best in the post-season.

    The Lady Chargers did just that on Monday, jumping out to an early advantage and then rolling past Whitefield Academy in the semi-finals of the 24th District Tournament on the Lady Wildcats’ home floor. The final tally was 25-18, 25-19, 19-25, 25-16.

  • East rolls to 4-0 soccer win; BC falls

     LOUISVILLE – The Bullitt East Lady Chargers got the preliminary match out of the way on Monday in the Girls’ Sixth Region Soccer Tournament, setting up some bigger matches later in the week.

    Playing at Holy Cross for the second straight year in the first-round of the regional tournament, Bullitt East jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first half and then coasted to a 4-0 win.

  • Cougars need inner-strength to win Friday

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The Bullitt Central Cougars lost a lot of their ‘mojo’ last Friday when they were speared by Bullitt East.

    Now, there isn’t a lot of time for the maroon and gray to regain what was lost. But, the season is not lost or over.

  • THE CLASH: Chargers could claim a pair of crowns on Friday

      HEBRON ESTATES – Normally, every meeting in The Clash between Bullitt East and North Bullitt has something important riding on it, even if it is just county pride.

    For the Bullitt East Chargers, they are not one, but two key goals that could be reached on Friday night when the red and gold hit the road and travel across Bells Mill Road to take on the Eagles in the annual grudge match.