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Today's Sports

  • Back on Target: Archery provides...

        SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Noah Glass never knew this was possible. He never imagined his first time on an airplane would be a trip to Johannesburg, South Africa. He never thought he would become the seventh archer in the nation, and receive the opportunity of a lifetime: a chance to compete for Team USA in the National Archery in the Schools Program All Star Championship on July 9.

  • BC’s Hatfield to Campbellsville

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Campbellsville University archery coach Larry Creason has no trouble finding Bullitt County.

    For the second time this spring, the only coach in that program’s history was in Bullitt County to sign a female archer for his team. This time it was Bullitt Central senior Haley Hatfield.

    Just a few days earlier, Creason was in Mount Washington and inked Bullitt East’s Sierra Waddle.

  • BC’s Whitener to cheer at U of L

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – “Never settle for less.”

    Bullitt Central senior Joanna Whitener says that is her motto and she pushed it to the max recently when she signed to join the University of Louisville All-Girls cheerleading squad, the top team in the country this past season.

    There never really was a decision as Whitener knew exactly what and where she wanted to do her college cheerleading -- when she was four years old.

  • Summer Youth Sports Camps --...

     The fundamentals of baseball were the main topics recently at Youth Baseball Camps put on by the Bullitt Central and Bullitt East coaching staffs.

    Bullitt Central head coach G.J. Moore had about 30 players at his three day event held at the team’s field.

    Bullitt East assistant coaches Craig Sharpe and Eric Moore ran the Bullitt East camp for roughly 60 players in two sessions at the Total Sports Academy in Mount Washington.

  • Central’s Burns signs to cheer...

        SHEPHERDSVILLE – Cheerleading has always been important for Bullitt Central senior Hannah Burns, so it wasn’t too tough for her when she spent four days trying out for the All-Girls program at Western Kentucky University in May.
        OK, maybe a little tough on the nerves.
        Still, Burns made it through that tough try-out and she was elated when she saw her name posted on the final day of the work-outs in Bowling Green.

  • BC’s Craddock headed to Florida...

        SHEPHERDSVILLE – With just one year of high school football under his belt, Bullitt Central senior Chase Craddock will ride that all the way to Florida to play for Southeastern University, a private Christian school located in Lakeland.
        At Bullitt Central, Craddock was a wide receiver in a high-powered, throw-first offense that averaged 30 points a game last season while posting a 6-5 record under head coach Tye Lawson and quarterback Cameron Dukes.

  • East’s Salyer selected for...

        MOUNT WASHINGTON -- Bullitt East softball standout Emily Salyer will be part of the Kentucky All-Star team that will take on the best from Tennessee on Wednesday in the annual series.
        This year’s best of three games will be played at South Warren High School in Bowling Green.
        The games are put on by the Kentucky Softball Coaches Association. This will be the 11th year for the series and the two states have split the previous ten encounters.

  • Be ready to roll when practice...

     You need that form filled out and signed for your child to play sports, so you dash off to the local retail clinic. Sound familiar? Probably too familiar, according to Drew Duerson, M.D.

  • Chargers’ Klefot rallies late to...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Sometimes a little friendly advice from a relative can go a long way in making a big decision.

  • Baseball continues to be...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Honors and awards are great.

    Making All-Star teams is great.

    However, those things are not the end all at all.

    There have been a lot of honors rolling in recently as we wrap up the spring sports season and lots of Bullitt Countians have earned recognition. All of it greatly deserved.

    But, awards never won a game. That is especially true for individual honors in team sports.