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Today's Sports

  • Eight teams set for Championship...

     The stage was set for Championship Saturday this past weekend as The Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League held semi-finals with the winners advancing to meet this coming weekend in the final games of the season. This past weekend also saw some consolation bracket games between teams that had lost in the quarter-finals the previous week.

  • BE girls are regional CC...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – For the first time ever, all three Bullitt County cross-country programs will compete in the same regional meet when they take part in the Class AAA, Region 3 Championships on Saturday.

    The move comes after the Kentucky High School Athletic Association realigned the sport across the state last summer. North Bullitt and Bullitt East moved up from Class AA to join Bullitt Central in Class AAA.

  • Black Monday - Regional...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – What was hoped to be a long week for Bullitt County volleyball teams, turned into a short week as all three of the local teams lost on Monday in the first-round of the Sixth Region Tournament.

    Bullitt East has had the strongest team in Bullitt County this fall and coming off a win over Whitefield Academy in the 24th District Tournament before falling to Mercy in the final, the Lady Chargers appeared poised for a deep run this week.

  • Turnovers doom Eagles

     HEBRON ESTATES – Saturday afternoon football doesn’t seem to suit the North Bullitt Eagles very well.

    That was the lesson most obvious this past weekend as the green and gold played host to Callow ay County in a non-district game. Despite leading 12-7 midway through the second quarter, the Eagles came up short, falling 35-12 on a blustery afternoon.

  • BC hits a rough patch Friday

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Facing a team in the top 10 in the state’s biggest football classification is tough enough.

    And when you fumble the kickoff on two consecutive plays to open the game, things suddenly got much worse.

    The Bullitt Central Cougars fans may have enjoyed the Senior Night festivities and a spirited halftime performance by the band but there wasn’t much else to cheer for in a 43-7 loss to Simon Kenton.

  • Football pairings to be decided...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – For the second time in three seasons, the final seedings for the post-season in Class 5-A, District 4 won’t be decided until the final night of the regular season.

    That is because Shelby County, North Bullitt and Bullitt Central each finished with a 1-2 record in district play. Bullitt East won the district with a 3-0 mark and already knows that they will play host to North Hardin (1-9) when the play-offs begin on Nov. 8.

  • NB puts it all together, beats BC

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Bullitt Central's gym was rocking Thursday night as a pair of county rivals battled for the 23rd District volleyball crown.

  • NB, BC easily reach final

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- With their eyes on the prize to advance to the regional volleyball tournament, the two local teams did exactly what they were supposed to do -- take care of business.

  • Mercy once again turns back East

     OKOLONA – Bullitt East’s dreams of upsetting powerful Mercy will have to wait another week after the state’s top-ranked team beat the Lady Chargers 25-7, 25-13, 25-14 on Tuesday in the championship game of the 24th District Volleyball Tournament at Whitefield Academy.

         Still, both teams advance to this week Sixth Region Tournament. Bullitt East and Mercy could meet on Halloween night in the championship contest.

  • Goal in OT ends Lady Chargers...

     OKOLONA – Bullitt East’s dream of reaching the summit of area soccer will have to wait a little longer.

         For a second straight season, the Lady Chargers roared back from a loss in the 24th District Tournament final to regain a rematch with perennial power Mercy by beating Holy Cross (4-0) and then North Bullitt (6-2).