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High School Sports

  • Eagle Homecoming

     Eagle Homecoming Court - North Bullitt seniors Maria George and Lucas Humphrey were crowned 2014 North Bullitt Hoops Homecoming Queen and King on Friday night during a ceremony during the school’s basketball game with Kentucky Country Day.


  • Lady Cougars 'survive' tough opening game

     OKOLONA - Bullitt Central girls' coach Kyle Roach knew what he would see in Wednesday night's district tournament semifinal game against Southern.

  • BC’s Bray ready to be a WR at Campbellsville

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – No amount of snow or frigid temperatures could keep Bullitt Central senior Tyler Bray from signing a national letter of intent to play football at Campbellsville University.

    At first, Bray was scheduled to do all the official paperwork in front of family, friends and teammates in a ceremony at Bullitt Central on the first day of the signing period. Unfortunately, snow cancelled classes in Bullitt County on that day.

  • Lady Eagles taking care of business as one

     OKOLONA - When you face an overmatched opponent, the worst thing to do is to let them hang around.

  • By George... Eagles turn back fast Mustangs

     OKOLONA - Ricky Dunnavan's long bombs kept his team in the contest early but it was senior Jarred George who kept the top-seeded North Bullitt Eagles from exploding on Tuesday night.

  • Eagles run winning run to 17 heading to tourney

     HEBRON ESTATES - Want to play with an up tempo and pressing defense? North Bullitt can do it.

    Need to slow down the game and control the number of possessions?

    The Eagles have proven they can do that, too.

    Do whatever it takes to win a basketball game?

    Coach Brian Courtney’s team has proven that it can do just that - for the past 17 games.

    Tying the school record with its 21st victory on Friday, North Bullitt rolls into the 23rd District tournament on a tremendous streak.

  • BC’s Saunders finishes 6th in 195-pound class

     LEXINGTON – The last name was the same but the first names changed for Bullitt Central on the podium over the weekend at the Kentucky High School Wrestling Championships at the Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park.

    On Saturday, Cougar senior Mark Saunders was on the podium as the sixth place finisher in the 195-pound division. A year ago, it was his twin brother, Michael, who finished seventh at 182-pounds.

  • Home sweet Homecoming for the Cougars

    SHEPHERDSVILLE – Unlike some spots, there comes a time in a basketball game where the players have to make players and the coaches sit quietly on the sidelines.

  • Sharpe explodes for 45 points

     ASHLAND - The Bullitt East Chargers hit the road on Saturday for a trip to Ashland and the long bus trip didn’t have any negative effect on Charger sophomore guard Tyler Sharpe as he exploded for 45 points as the red and gold bombed Boyd County 91-77.

    Sharpe connected on seven three-pointers in the win.

    “Boyd County had a hard time containing him,” Bullitt East head coach Bob Blackburn said later. “Plus, his teammates did a nice job of finding him.”

  • Alcorn alternate to state swim meet

     LOUISVILLE – Bullitt County’s high school swimming program took part on Friday and Saturday in the Region II Swimming and Diving Championships at the Ralph Wright Natatorium on the University of Louisville campus.