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High School Sports

  • Cardinals fly higher than Eagles in aerial landslide

          BARDSTOWN - North Bullitt's Air Raid game on Friday at Nelson County turned into Bombs Away for the Cardinals as the long-time rivals of the Eagles stunned the green and gold 76-36.

         This was one of the worst, as well as one of the most perplexing, losses for the Eagles in the 16 years under head coach Brett Newton. The 76 points the Eagles allowed was the most ever scored against the green and gold, tying the 76 points that Bullitt East tallied in a game in 1999.

  • Bruins are last team standing in 35-31 thriller

          MOUNT WASHINGTON - It was a beautiful night on Friday.

         Great weather. Homecoming festivities. And a Bullitt East offense which generated nearly 400 yards from scrimmage.

         The only missing from a perfect evening for coach Darrell Vincent and his Chargers was a victory. And until that crown jewel was snatched from the home team in the final seconds of the game.

  • Cougars put out the fire, beat Wildcats

          SHEPHERDSVILLE - Watching someone play with fire might be great at the circus or a county fair, but for Bullitt Central football fans, it wasn't something they were comfortable watching on Friday.

         Through the first half against homecoming foe Henry County, the Cougars could not get out of their own way. A number of poor snaps from center, both out of the regular offense and the kicking game, combined with some bad penalties, left the Cougars tied 7-7 at halftime.

  • Lady Chargers keep the Cup

     CEDAR GROVE - The Bullitt Cup will continue to reside in Mount Washington as the Bullitt East Lady Chargers kept their stranglehold on the award for the top girls’ golf team in the county.

  • Homecoming for BC, BE; Air raid for North

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - If one homecoming is special, then two must be spectacular.

  • Fern Creek rallies past BE 3-2 in district battle

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - Can being ahead be a bad thing?

  • Marathon match goes to NB 17-15 in fifth

      MOUNT WASHINGTON - It doesn’t get much closer than this!

  • Eagles take control early, often in big 50-7 victory over Valley

          HEBRON ESTATES - There would be no question about the distractions of homecoming.

         And there would be no need to ask about any rust having coming off a bye week.

         And any discussion about overlooking an opponent who gave up 74 points to cross-county rival Bullitt Central the week before.

         Brett Newton's North Bullitt Eagles set the tone early and often in its 50-7 victory Friday night over the Valley Vikings.

  • Chargers get back to a winning formula

          LOUISVILLE - Scoring just 19 seconds into the contest, the Bullitt East Chargers were off and galloping Friday as they rolled past Waggener 57-14.

         The quick start bolted the Chargers to a 33-0 lead at halftime and the red and gold were never challenged in the second half.

         A year ago, Bullitt East beat the Wildcats 55-0.

         The win exorcised a poor outing a week earlier when the Chargers fell at Spencer County 27-0.

  • Cougars make it three straight with win

          NICHOLASVILLE - After trailing 8-7 at the end of the first quarter, the Bullitt Central Cougars on five straight possessions on Friday and beat homestanding East Jessamine 39-23.

         Other than allowing a long kick-off return for a touchdown midway through the second quarter, Bullitt Central was in control for most of the game. The Cougars led 26-15 at halftime and it was 39-23 after three quarters as neither team scored down the stretch.