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Today's Sports

  • Poor shooting sinks Chargers on...

    LOUISVILLE-- It's not often that the Bullitt East Chargers take more shots, get more chances at the foul line and grab more rebounds than their foe and still lose.
        Unfortunately, that was the tale of the tape on Friday as the Chargers were eliminated from the Republic Bank Boys' Louisville Invitational Tournament at Valley High School by 24th District rival Fern Creek 55-52.

  • Courtney back as NB coach after...

     HEBRON ESTATES - Brian Courtney did not expect to see himself sitting on the sidelines coaching the North Bullitt Eagle basketball team this season.

    At least not after his promotion to assistant principal this fall.

    But Courtney has indeed returned to the bench to complete the rest of the season for the Eagles.

    On Jan. 6, 2014, Dick Briggs was terminated from his position as head basketball coach for North Bullitt.

  • Lady Chargers maul Manual

     SHIVELY - Coaches don’t often smile about their team’s performance -- especially in the middle of the season.

    But, if one caught a glimpse of Chris Stallings on Saturday night, you might have seen a smile, ever so slight and ever so brief.

    And, if he did smile, the veteran coach of the Bullitt East Lady Chargers deserved it.

    The Lady Chargers went to the Allgood Hoops Run-N-Shoot Classic at Pleasure Ridge Park and did just that.

  • Chargers open play in LIT...

     LOUISVILLE – Bullitt East, the top-seeded team in the event despite not being ranked among the top 20 teams in Kentucky, will enter play tonight on the third-day of the Boys’ Louisville Invitational Tournament.

    The Chargers will take on another group of Chargers, when they take the court at Valley High School at 3:30 p.m. to battle Jeffersontown. The Jefferson County Chargers moved into the Wednesday game with an easy 66-51 victory over Male in Monday night’s opening round of games in the 20-team event.

  • 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.

  • Bullitt East earns number four...

    MOUNT WASHINGTON-- The Bullitt East Lady Chargers were rewarded for their strong play early this season last week when they were seeded fourth amongst the Jefferson County schools for this season's Girls' Louisville Invitational Tournament which will be played the week of Jan. 27.

  • Troutman's free throw sends...

    MOUNT WASHINGTON-- In a game in which they led just twice, and never by more than two points, the Bullitt East Chargers drew last blood and pulled out a remarkable 53-52 win over 24th District rival Fern Creek on Thursday in a game delayed two days by the extreme cold weather earlier in the week.

  • Court-length pass gives Lady...

    SHELBYVILLE-- Do you believe in miracles?
        The North Bullitt Lady Eagles certainly do after pulling an incredible game out of the fire on Wednesday in Shelbyville when they defeated Martha Layne Collins 69-68 on a court-length pass and then a short left-handed jumper by sophomore Erin Dolan that all happened in the final three seconds.
        The win, the 11th in 12 games for the green and gold, came after they had given up a 20 point lead in the first half and squandered a 54-46 lead heading into the final frame.

  • Defense powers Lady Chargers

    MOUNT WASHINGTON-- Pushed back two days because of cold weather, the Bullitt East Lady Chargers still made it look easy on Thursday as they cruised past 24th District rival Fern Creek 69-30.
        It was another outstanding defensive effort for the red and gold as they moved to 10-2 on the season. In the ten wins, the Lady Chargers have not allowed more than 43 points in any of those games and those opponents are averaging just over 33 points a contest.