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Today's Sports

  • East Honors Brangers

     Bullitt East soccer coach Mike Brangers was honored back during the season after winning his 100th game as the Chargers’ head coach. 

    Brangers played his high school soccer at Bullitt East before returning and becoming the head coach. 

    Brangers was given the game ball from the 100th victory, a 3-0 victory over Bardstown.

  • Catch ‘em when you can - odd...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - When you have one of the top basketball teams in the state, if not the country, lots of teams want you on the schedule.

  • Eagles take early hit; now...

     NEW CASTLE - Foul trouble in the second half turned into a ball and chain around the angle of the North Bullitt Eagles on Tuesday as they opened the 2012-13 season with a 59-49 loss at Henry County.

  • North girls start last, finish...

     BARDSTOWN - The North Bullitt Lady Eagles were the last of the Bullitt County varsity teams to take the court, but there was no rust visible on Thursday as the green and gold blasted Bardstown 76-24.

  • Lady Chargers bolt out of the...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - A year ago, the Bullitt East Lady Chargers lost the season-opening game to Presentation, only once got back over the .500 mark but were still one of the best teams in the Sixth Region.

  • East Honors State Champions

     Bullitt East honored 2012 Kentucky State Track and Field Champions Trevor Troutman and Jacob Duvall at halftime of Monday’s basketball game against Lafayette.

  • Chargers saw number of key...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - While the overall records were the same in each of the past two seasons for the Bullitt East Chargers, 4-7, head coach Darrell Vincent thought that his team was much more consistent and competitive in 2012.

  • Chargers roll to win after...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - No Derek Willis, no problem for the Bullitt East Chargers.

  • Rebuilding takes on whole new...

          SHEPHERDSVILLE - The word 'rebuilding' is used a lot when it comes to sports, especially high school sports.

         The word certainly fits the Bullitt Central Cougars this winter. In fact, the word might need to expand its meaning after being associated with the Cougars this winter.

  • Lady Cougars need size to catch...

          SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt Central Lady Cougars will have a distinctly new look this season both on the floor as well as on the bench.

         First and foremost, the maroon and gray have a new head coach in Kyle Roach. The North Bullitt graduate had been a part of the Bullitt Central boys' coaching staff in recent years before being named to the girls' post in July following the resignation of Bryan Bates.