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High School Sports

  • Foulfest won by Lady Eagles

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – After scoring the final seven points of the first half to break open a one-point game, the North Bullitt Lady Eagles pulled away in the second half on Friday to beat Bullitt Central 78-55.

    The win was the second this season for the Lady Eagles over their county rivals. North Bullitt beat Bullitt Central 68-56 on Dec. 13.

  • George’s 22 points fuel Eagles

       SHEPHERDSVILLE – New year. New coach. New Outlook.

    The North Bullitt Eagles had a new-old look on Friday when they rolled into Shepherdsville to battle arch-rival Bullitt Central in a big game as far as district seeding goes for upcoming post-season play.

  • Eagles win one at LaRue Co. event

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – After starting the season 1-5, the North Bullitt Eagles found some reason for some holiday cheer as they won three games in two tournaments to head into the new year with a better feeling about themselves.

    The second of the two tournaments started last Thursday at the National Guard Holiday Classic at LaRue County High school. This has often been a stop for the Eagles for a holiday tournament.

    The Eagles once again played well, but the team is still having trouble finishing in tight situations.

  • BC girls win a morning game

     FRANKFORT – An early morning wake-up call was no problem for the Bullitt Central Lady Cougars on Saturday as they traveled to Frankfort to play a single game in the Centira Metals/Staxx BBQ Shootout.

    Playing at 10 a.m. in the one day ‘showcase’ event at Franklin County High School, after leaving Shepherdsville at 7:30 a.m., the Lady Cougars found enough offense to turn back Garrard County 48-40. The opponent came into the game with a winning record.

  • Lady Eagles come up just short to Ballard

     ELIZABETHTOWN – It wasn’t a win and it snapped the team’s ten game winning streak by the North Bullitt Lady Eagles, but the green and gold put forth another solid effort on Friday in a 70-60 loss to Ballard in the second game of the Bluegrass Cellular New Years Classic at Central Hardin High School.

    The event, a one-day ‘showcase’ of games, sort of mistimed this game as it was played at 3 p.m. on a Friday afternoon. Ballard came into the game ranked fifth in the state while North Bullitt was riding that 10-game winning streak.

  • Bullitt East will now play Fern Creek Thursday

     SHEPERHDSVILLE - Cold weather over the first two days of this week was on everybody’s mind and that included local athletes as all the games scheduled for Monday and Tuesday were postponed.

    As of Tuesday afternoon, three of the games had been rescheduled.

    The biggest of those games was moved back just two days. Now, the 24th District showdown between Bullitt East and Fern Creek will be played on Thursday night in Mount Washington instead of the original Tuesday night.

  • Bullitt East Cheer success

     The goal is to once again bring  home a national cheerleading title.

    En route to that competition in February in Orlando, the Bullitt East small cheer squad won its regional competition and then finished fourth in the state KHSAA cheerleading competition recently in Lexington.

    Coach Nate Fulghum said the core group of girls are well-rounded in all areas of the routine and that allows the squad to have a high degree of difficulty.

  • BC wins Nelson County Invitational

     BARDSTOWN – It’s not often that a team can claim the championship trophy of a holiday tournament before the final night of action begins.

  • BE sweeps South Carolina

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – The Bullitt East Lady Chargers rank among the top teams in Kentucky this season, but they might well be the best team in South Carolina.

  • 2013 - The Year in Review

     As coaches are often fond of saying - ‘it was a good year, but it was not a great year.’

    It wasn’t until December that there was a KHSAA State Championship when Bullitt Central brought home the Co-Ed Cheerleading title.

    That makes five straight ‘years’ in which Bullitt County athletes have brought home a state title.

    There were a few runner-up finishes at the State Track and Field championships including two by junior Meghan Roby.