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Today's Sports

  • Eagles open diamond season with...

     HEBRON ESTATES - It wasn’t perfect but the opening week of the baseball season was about all North Bullitt head coach Brian Wise could have asked for.

  • Defending state champion...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - Bullitt East baseball coach Jeff Bowles has assembled a top-flight field for this year’s Valu Market Charger Challenge which will be held on Friday and Saturday.

  • Bullitt East tennis teams...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - Facing another Eighth Region foe, Bullitt East fell to 2-1 on the tennis season with a 3-2 setback to Western Hills.

  • BC struggles to start season

      SHEPHERDSVILLE - The start of the 2012 baseball season was tough for the Bullitt Central Cougars as they lost a pair of lopsided games to open the campaign before finally getting a win last Tuesday by a 6-4 count over Bardstown.

  • Chargers jump out to a 4-0 start...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - The Bullitt East Chargers got the 2012 baseball season off on the right foot with three straight wins last week.

  • East stumbles 6-5 to Bruins

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - Facing four of the top 15 teams in the state in a four-day span, the Bullitt East Lady Chargers got the 2012 softball season off to a formidable start.

  • Lady Bruins get past Central 3-0

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt Central lady Cougars opened the 2012 season battling two teams from different ends of the talent spectrum last week.

  • BC's Helm and NB's...

        LOUISVILLE - The first high school state bowling tournament under the sponsorship of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association included a pair of Bullitt Countians on Friday in the girls' singles competition.
        Unfortunately for Bullitt Central's Megan Helm and North Bullitt's Kaitlyn Kinnaird, a pair seniors, the trip was a short one as they competed in less than 90 minutes at Executive Strike and Spare in Louisville.

  • Joiner is signed and sealed to...

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Sensing that something big was being built in the Kentucky mountains, Bullitt Central senior James Joiner recently decided that his football career would continue at Pikeville University.
        The Bears went 4-6 last season, but seem to have the makings of a bigger and better team in the future.

  • BC's Freeman decides on...

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - After not playing football as a sophomore and junior at Bullitt Central, Tanner Freeman might not have been the first candidate to receive aide to play football at the college level.
        But Freeman does have something that college coaches always want - size. At 6-4 and 265 pounds, Freeman was a powerful force during his senior season playing for the Cougars.