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Today's Sports

  • Big season in 2012 could be tip...

     

            SHEPHERDSVILLE - For the first time in history, all three Bullitt County girls’ basketball teams advanced to a regional tournament.

            That led into Bullitt East and North Bullitt meeting in the first round of the Sixth Region Tournament, another first for two local basketball teams.

  • BE's Troutman goes 185

        MOUNT WASHINGTON - Competing in the Jeffersonville Inferno Invitational on the Friday before taking a hiatus for spring break, Bullitt East senior Trevor Troutman went where few in Kentucky have ever gone before.

            In his speciality, the discus, Troutman uncorked a throw of 185-feet. That effort did win the competition by 24 feet.

  • Three winning squads made for a...

      SHEPHERDSVILLE - It doesn’t get much better for boys’ basketball fans in Bullitt County than it did this past winter.

            For perhaps the first time in history, all three local teams posted winning records.

  • Lady Cougars split a pair of...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - It was a mixed bag for the Bullitt Central Lady Cougars last week in a pair of games.

  • Charger baseball is 8-3 but...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - No baseball coach is going to complain with an 8-3 record heading into spring break.

  • Little mistakes keep Eagle...

     SHELBYVILLE — The margin of error is so small for North Bullitt’s baseball team.

  • Cougar baseball turns it around...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - What a difference a week makes.

  • Lady Chargers doing it all in...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt East Lady Chargers’ big run of success moved into a second week as the red and gold made it two straight weeks without a loss with two more wins before heading to spring break this week.

  • Track teams stampede to spring...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Over the past decade, the high school track season pretty much just got organized before spring break and then got serious after spring break.
     However, in 2012, that has all changed. A later than normal spring break for Bullitt County students, combined with an earlier end to the track season, has meant that spring break is pretty much the midway point of the season.

  • Central's Miller to play...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt Central senior Whitney Miller wasn't sure if she wanted to play softball when she was in college.
     One thing she did know was that she didn't want to go very far from home for college.
     Things all worked out recently when Miller signed to play softball at Spalding University in downtown Louisville. Miller was able to stay close to home and the school had a softball program that fit her skills.