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Today's Sports

  • Blue Lick 15 manager looks for...

     HILLVIEW – Did the Blue Lick 15 All-Stars hurt their chances in the state tournament by virtue of a loss in the district finals on Sunday? Probably not.

  • Young’s 12-year-old All-Stars...

     VALLEY STATION – It has been awhile since veteran baseball coach Pat Young has had a Blue Lick team advance to the state tournament.

  • BE's Ethridge signs to...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – after excelling in two athletic events in high school, Bullitt East senior Chris Ethridge opted for cheerleading over baseball at the next level, signing to cheer at the University of Louisville.

         Cheerleading is the newer event for Ethridge, but the one that he fell in love with quickly. He has only been a cheerleader at Bullitt East the past two years and during some of that time he was out of action with an injury.

  • Five BC cheerleaders headed to...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – After competing with each other over the past few years, four Bullitt Central cheerleaders late this spring decided to keep doing it, accepting financial aide packages to cheer at Morehead State University.

         At the same time, Bullitt Central senior Cameron Hurst earned a cheerleading spot at the University of Louisville.

  • Fisher taking volleyball skills...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Familiarity with the school and some of its students recently helped Campbellsville University sign Bullitt East volleyball standout Hannah Fisher.

  • BE’s Richardson set to play...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Bullitt East baseball player Alex Richardson was ready to start looking at a junior college route to the next level when a phone call from Centre College in Danville changed that thinking.

  • Baseball/Softball All-Star...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – It’s tournament time for local baseball and softball players.

  • Basketball Camps

     SHEPHERSVILLE - the biggest tradition of the summer sports camp scene is for basketball. All six Bullitt County high school basketball programs held camps in May and June this summer as did a number of middle school teams.

    More than a thousand youths took part in the camps as they worked on passing, dribbling, shooting and defense.

    Activities ranged from games of 3-on-3 to 5-on-5 as well as the summer camp tradition of playing knock-out.

  • Soccer camps are kickin’ it

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - There were no shortage of youth soccer camps this summer conducted by high school coaches. In fact, all three local high schools conducted camps in the first month after school let out for the summer.

  • St. Catharine II - BE’s Money to...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – It’s always good when you know exactly what you want to do on a first visit when it comes to the college recruiting game.