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High School Sports

  • North volleyball looking for a top 6th Region finish

         HEBRON ESTATES - The great unknown is never easy, but the North Bullitt Lady Eagle volleyball program has seemingly all the tools to make a move from the Eighth Region to the Sixth Region a positive event.

         Sure, everyone knows that at some point down the road that the green and gold, along with all the other schools in the Sixth Region, will at some point have to clear the huge hurdle that is the Mercy Jaguars, one of the state's top volleyball program which won the state title two seasons ago.

  • BC boys' soccer is starting over

         SHEPHERDSVILLE - Lots of high school sports programs go through 'rebuilding' phases.

         Not many pretty much start over.

         That is what the Bullitt Central boys' soccer team is going to try to do this season after failing to win a single game last season and scoring just three goals. Half of the ten matches were called early after the Cougars fell behind by ten goals.

  • New volleyball district is loaded for Charger girls

         MOUNT WASHINGTON - Of all the shuffling and realignment that the Bullitt County programs will go through this year, no team was put in a more precarious position than the Bullitt East volleyball squad.

  • East hoping for a healthy successful season

         SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt East football program, like most others, has had its ups and downs over the years.

         The one big difference is that the Chargers rarely stay down very long.

         Following a pair of disappointing seasons that saw the team lose the last three games in each campaign as well as a first-round play-off game in 2011, the red and gold are looking to make some big steps forward this fall.

  • Ray to take consistency to Asbury pitching staff

     BARDSTOWN - When Roger Robinson’s Bethlehem baseball squad gets back to practice in a few months, he’ll be without stalwart southpaw Brandon Ray for the first time in a long time.

  • Eagle soccer rebuilding after losing 15 seniors

     HEBRON ESTATES - Over the past two seasons, the North Bullitt boys’ soccer program has put an entertaining style of play on the field.

  • East girls look to make hay in new soccer alignment

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - After a 2011 season that finished with a 12-10 record that included both a seven game winning streak and an eight game losing streak, the Bullitt East Lady Chargers are looking for new heights this season.

  • Realignment could benefit BC girls’ soccer most of all

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Over the past eight seasons, playing in the Ninth District, the Bullitt Central Lady Cougars struggled to be relevant.

  • BC volleyball has some big shoes to fill for new coach

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - You can go home again. That is the case for first-year Bullitt Central volleyball head coach Katie VanVactor, a former Lady Cougar player.

    The 2005 graduate, who was Katie Lee at the time, takes over for Jennifer Romine who stepped down after getting the maroon and gray to the Eighth Region Tournament for two straight seasons including a 28th District crown in 2010.

  • Charger soccer ready to soar in new alignment

          MOUNT WASHINGTON - No soccer team is happier with realignment than the Bullitt East Chargers and veteran head coach Mike Brangers.

         Over the past 25 years, the Chargers have never won a district soccer title, this despite the fact that they have occasionally been ranked among the top 25 teams in the state and have consistently posted winning records. Twice recently the red and gold did reach a district soccer final, losing to Bethlehem both times, and then lost in the first game of the regional tournament.