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Today's Sports

  • Sweat passes 1,000 points

     Hayden Sweat of Bullitt East High School recently scored his 1,000 career point.

    The senior passed the golden mark during the team’s Dec. 21, game against Christian County in the King of the Bluegrass tourney.

    He also received the Ralph Beard Scholarship, valued at $1,000, at the King of the Bluegrass tourney.

  • North’s Bloom signs for two...

     HEBRON ESTATES - It is not often that a high school athlete has his choice of sports to compete in at the college level.

  • Lady Chargers open LIT play on...

     LOUISVILLE -- The Bullitt East Lady Chargers will start play in the 2011 Girls’ Louisville Invitational Tournament on Tuesday of this week when they travel to Bellarmine University’s Knights’ Hall to take on Fern Creek at 8 p.m.

  • First week of February will tell...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - As hard as it might be to believe as snow covers the ground outside, but there are only four weeks left in the high school basketball season.

  • Intra-county wrestling ...Finally

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - For the first time ever, the three Bullitt County high schools have had the opportunity to compete on the same mats in dual wrestling matches.

  • Shepherd’s late points lift...

     HEBRON ESTATES - Four free throws in the final 13 seconds by junior Damon Shepherd proved to be the different on Friday as the Bullitt Central Cougars pulled out a 54-50 victory over the North Bullitt Eagles.

  • No offense? No problem. Lady...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - Life has many great and interesting questions.

  • Lady Cougars win with maturity

     HEBRON ESTATES - With the third-rated team in the Sixth Region, coach Bryan Bates knew that Friday night’s game was no normal contest.

  • Two Monday wins

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Just barely beating the snow that would cancel school the next day, both the Bullitt Central Lady Cougars and the North Bullitt Lady Eagles picked up expected wins last Monday.
        For Bullitt Central, coach Bryan Bates' team scored over 85 points for the third straight game as they ran past Iroquois 85-44. The Lady Raiders won the state tournament two years ago, but they have fallen on hard times since then.

  • Troutman fuels East past Western

        LOUISVILLE - A two-day delay to the start of the 2011 Boys’ Louisville Invitational Tournament for the Bullitt East Chargers didn’t prove to be a problem.
        Finally getting on the court on Thursday at Doss High School instead of Bellarmine University’s Knights’ Hall because of snow on Tuesday, the Chargers got a huge game from Rusty Troutman to beat Sixth Region rival Western 69-62.