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High School Sports

  • East’s Perdue decides to play football at Georgetown

      MOUNT WASHINGTON – Bullitt East senior Hunter Perdue will be the first to say that the recruiting process was not as easy for him as it is for some others.

    After rushing for 1,918 yards on 197 carries as a junior and scoring 22 touchdowns, Perdue was thinking about NCAA Division I programs.

  • BE’s Stallings joins KABC Court of Honor

     Bullitt East Lady Charger head coach Chris Stallings was recently honored with the Kentucky Association of Basketball Coaches Court of Honor award.

    Stallings was presented the honor during the recent Girls’ Sweet Sixteen Tournament at the BB&T Arena in northern Kentucky.

    Besides the award that Stallings got that day, a commemorative brick will be installed in the KHSAA courtyard in recognition of Stallings’ accomplishments.

  • Long day, short week ends with win for the Chargers

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – It wasn’t exactly the start to the season that anyone dreamed about, but a short week of action finally ended in a long day for the Bullitt East Chargers on Friday.

    Still, despite what was a ‘forgettable’ week on many fronts, the red and gold got a 3-2 victory over East Jessamine in the only game the team could play during the week.

  • North drops season-opener

     LOUISVILLE – If you’ve been in the game long enough, you might think you’ve seen it all.

    And, then comes something new.

    For North Bullitt baseball coach Brian Wise, that “new” came on Friday when his Eagles visited Holy Cross.

    The home team would score all six of its runs — without the virtue of a hit.

    Holy Cross defeated North Bullitt 6-1 in the season opener for the Eagles.

    “You do this long enough, you see just about everything,” said Wise.

  • BC wins after the snow; North falls before the snow

      SHEPHERDSVILLE – Mother Nature was the winner during what should have been the opening week of the high school softball season.

    Instead, the Bullitt East Lady Chargers never got on the field last week while Bullitt Central and North Bullitt played just once despite having full schedules for the week.

    The lone win was turned in by Bullitt Central on Friday as the maroon and gray traveled to Radcliff and got the best of John Hardin by a 14-12 score.

  • NB hosts Kentucky Push-Pull Powerlifting Championships

     HEBRON ESTATES – North Bullitt was once again the site for the Kentucky State Push/Pull Weightlifting Championships.

    The all-day event had teams from all over the state competing in an event that included both a dead lift (the pull part of the event title) along with a bench press (the push part).

  • Bulliit East claims state dance title

     MOUNT WASHINGTON — It’s unusual for a young team to be the best in the state for any sport. It’s even more unusual when no Bullitt County high school has ever won the state title for a dance competition.

    That didn’t stop the Bullitt East Dance Team from becoming the Grand State Champions at the 10th annual Kentucky Dance Coaches Association competition.

    “It’s pretty awesome,” captain Keiley Sewell said.

  • Two teams manage to beat last week’s snow

     SHEPHERDSVILLE  — Mother Nature continued to play tricks with spring sports.

    Tennis did not escape the elements but one boys’ team beat the snow and another got the chance to play after the snow.

    North Bullitt Boys

    The Eagles went to Highview Park on Monday and came home with a 2-1 victory over Moore in its first match of the season.

    Gavin Simmerman lost to Moore’s Parker Hargrove in the lone singles match.

  • Lady Cougar softball looking to escape from a terrible funk

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Bullitt Central softball coach Mike Phillips will be the first to tell you that his team hasn’t been very good in recent years.

    The last time the Lady Cougars had a winning record was in 2013 when that squad finished with a 20-8 mark. Over the past four years, there have been just 29 wins and 81 losses.

    Last year the team slipped to 5-20.

  • Cougars sweep both team Archery titles

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Already one of the top archery teams in the state this season in NASP competition, Bullitt Central proved equally adept at KHSAA competition on Saturday, capturing both the boys’ and the girls’ division at the Region Four Championships at Bullitt East.