High School Sports

  • Eighth Region tennis action begins Monday in Frankfort

      FRANKFORT - After having one of the top seeded players in the regional tennis tournament, Bullitt County tennis programs will be the underdogs when action opens Monday morning.
     The Eighth Region tournament will be contested at several sites in Frankfort with the winners advancing to the state classic in Lexington.
     The only seeded players from local schools will represent the Bullitt East Chargers. In fact, no local girl will be seeded in the singles and doubles action.
     Boys action

  • Hodge running all the way to Campbellsville

     HEBRON ESTATES - Traveling to Campbellsville in the past for high school football 'bowl' games, North Bullitt senior Cody Hodge made his first contact with the town's college.
     That all turned into a positive for both Hodge and the school recently when the speedster signed to run track for the Tigers starting next year.
     Hodge still has a few big weeks left in his high school career, but his future is planned out at this point.

  • Mother Nature washes out special day

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - The greatest day that never happened.
     That is the way the 2012 All-Bullitt County Track and Field Championships will have to be remembered after rain washed out the big meet last Monday an hour after it started. Because all three programs had meets scheduled for Thursday and North Bullitt and Bullitt East have regional finals on Tuesday of this week, there was no chance to reschedule the meet.

  • Tennis teams heading to final week of the season

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - The regular season is winding down for local tennis players as regional play opens the week of May 7.

  • Eagles win key district game over BC

     HEBRON ESTATES - Forget the coach speak. Don’t worry about sugarcoating anything.

  • Chargers win despite a lack of big hitting

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – It was another week, but the same old story for the Bullitt East Chargers as the team continued to win despite not hitting the ball well.

  • Tougher competition derails Lady Chargers’ winning ways

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - The Bullitt East Lady Chargers picked up a key district win that they needed last week, but after beating Southern, the red and gold dropped a pair of tight games to highly-ranked opponents.

  • Late offense carries Lady Cougars past North

      HEBRON ESTATES – Exploding for 11 runs over the final three innings, the Bullitt Central Lady Cougars pulled even with North Bullitt in the 24th District seeding race with a 12-4 victory over their county rivals.

  • Track takes center stage Monday at BE

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - The All-Bullitt County Track and Field Championships have often showcased the best that the county has to offer in terms of athletes.
     When Bullitt Central and North Bullitt converge on Bullitt East on Monday for the 2012 edition of the big show, we could very well have the best collection of local talent ever together on one day within the county.

  • Schnellenberger takes shooting touch to Berea

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - One of the best shooters in the state will be firing up long shots for the next four years at Berea College.
     Last week, Bullitt Central senior Ryan Schnellenberger made it all official when he signed with the Mountaineers, a team that posted a 10-18 mark during the regular season this past winter under head coach John Hemenway.
     For the 6-3 Schnellenberger, Berea was the option that he could just not turn down.