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  • East flashes soccer lightning

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - It took three hours to play 50 minutes of soccer last week before the Bullitt East Lady Chargers derailed North Bullitt by a 10-0 score.

    This was quite a turnaround from last season when the two teams tied at 1-1 in the regular season and then played a spirited game in the district tournament that Bullitt East won 1-0.

  • Neel takes over top spot for...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Patrick Neel wasn’t a soccer player during his school days, but he became familiar with the sport when his son, who is now 9-years old, starting competing in the game.

    That led to Neel becoming an assistant soccer coach at Bullitt Central three seasons ago under then head coach Neal Cox. When Cox stepped down in the spring, Neel took over the job at the top of the largest of the Lady Cougars sports programs.

  • First half miscues costly for...

    HEBRON ESTATES - The final stat sheet will show Martha Layne Collins High School pulling away from North Bullitt with 27 points in the second half, but this game was decided in the first half when the Eagles squandered two golden scoring opportunities that could have put them in the driver’s seat at halftime.

    Instead, North Bullitt was down 14-13 at the intermission. With 20 points in the third quarter, the Titans, the state’s 8th-ranked team in Class 4-A, rolled to a 41-13 victory.

  • Salem Speedway: Results for Oct...

    Unofficial Results: Scott County Visitors Commission Season Championship, Salem Speedway, Salem, Indiana, Saturday, October 3, 2010

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    Touchstone Energy Hoosier Hills 100: 1.  Danny Jackson, 2. Tulley Esterline, 3. Ash Hawkins, 4. Nathan Trepkowski, 5. Chris Bailey, 6. Marcus Jones, 7. David Amatuczi, 8. Craig Meyers, 9. Mike Risley, 10. Frank Wilson, 11. Steve Christman,  12. Mike Young, 13. Rob Jones

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  • Bullitt East passes test in the...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Heading into the annual showdown The War, Bullitt East head coach Doug Preston had a simple mantra for the week, telling his players that nothing was going to be given to them, that they had to go out and take the victory.

    The Chargers did just that on Friday, snapping a two-game losing streak in The War with a 36-25 victory over Bullitt Central in the annual game for bragging rights in the county.

  • All signs point to Bullitt Co....

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - On Friday, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association released the enrollment figures that will be used for a major realignment of football for the 2011-2014 seasons.

  • Chargers win The War on the...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - The War is in the history books for another year and just what did we learn from Bullitt East’s 36-25 victory?

    First and foremost we learned what we have been told since we old enough to point to a television set while the game was in progress and what coaches have preached, but probably didn’t always believe themselves - that in big rivalry games like The War, you can throw out the records and what all the fans think will happen. In these battles emotion plays an extra big role.

  • Girls' and boys' golf...

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - North Bullitt capped off the best golf season in the school’s history on Wednesday by winning the championship trophy of the Two-County Cup Tournament at Heritage Hill Golf Course.

  • Eagles ready for mega-showdown...

        HEBRON ESTATES - The North Bullitt Eagles will find out exactly where they stand in the Class 4-A football hierarchy on Friday when they play host to Martha Layne Collins High School, the new school formed in Shelby County.

        The first-year Titans stand at 5-1 overall and are already 2-1 in the district. They are coming off a 52-7 win over Bullitt East and have also beaten LaRue County within the district. The lone loss was to Marion County by a 30-27 count back on Sept. 3.

  • Awful start gives Chargers no...

        SHELBYVILLE - For the fifth time in the six games played this season, the Bullitt East Chargers found themselves down an early touchdown.

        Sometimes the red and gold have been able to rally this season and sometimes they have not. On Friday, there was no chance to battle back after the Chargers fell behind 35-0 in the first quarter against first-year football power Martha Layne Collins High School. It was all over but the shouting at that point as the Titans went on to win 52-7.