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High School Sports

  • 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.

  • BE’s Pruitt competes in girls’ state tourney

     BOWLING GREEN - Bullitt East senior Olivia Pruitt competed on Friday in the Leachman Buick/GMC Girls’ Kentucky State Golf Tournament at the Bowling Green Country Club.

    Pruitt was the first Bullitt County player to advance to the state tournament since the entire Bullitt East Lady Charger squad finished second in the regional tournament in 2010 and played in the big show.

  • NB, BC will battle again

     OKOLONA – For the second time in as many seasons the Girls’ 23rd District Soccer Champion will be from Bullitt County after North Bullitt and Bullitt Central won semi-final round matches on Monday at Moore High School.

    The two rivals were going to meet on Tuesday night in the championship game just as they did last year with North Bullitt winning. Both teams will advance to next week’s Sixth Region Tournament no matter the outcome on Tuesday.

  • Coaching situation at Bullitt East has no winners

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The news last week that Bullitt East boys’ basketball coach John Hunt had resigned from that post before ever coaching a game was a decision that was in everyone’s best interest.

         As is well documented now, Hunt was arrested last Tuesday in Mount Washington on charges of domestic violence and endangering the welfare of a minor. He pleaded not guilty the next day and then in a meeting with Bullitt East principal Willie Foster stepped down from the job that he had held since June.

  • Chargers Pierce the hearts of the Cougars

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – When his head coach makes a suggestion about quarterback play Bullitt East junior Pierce Kelly listens.

         In the two weeks leading up to Friday’s annual rendition of The War, Charger head coach Darrell Vincent had been working with Kelly about reading the defense on the split-back veer instead of guessing at what the defense would do at the point of attack.

  • North hosts Shelby in key district game

      HEBRON ESTATES – The North Bullitt Eagles won’t have much time to rebound from last week’s loss to Bullitt Central as they have an important date on Friday with visiting Shelby County.

    The Rockets are the defending Class 5-A, District 4 champions and managed to beat the Eagles 49-0. That Rockets team went on to post a 9-3 mark, eventually losing to Jeffersontown in the second round of the play-offs.

  • THE WAR: District, Bullitt Cup both on the line in showdown

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – No surprises. That is what Bullitt Central head coach Danny Leasor and Bullitt East mentor Darrell Vincent were both saying on Monday as they talked about Friday’s clash in Mount Washington between the two schools in the annual renewal of The War.

    Both coaches know exactly what the other will try to do. That doesn’t mean it won’t work or that a few wrinkles won’t catch the other off guard.

    Even fans know what to expect in Friday’s game.