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Today's Sports

  • Youth football shifts to...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League will kick-off another season on Saturday with new lights on one field and a new schedule that shifts all regular season games to Saturday.

  • St. X wins Charger Open golf...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The 2013 boys’ high school golf season got off with a bang on Friday with The Charger Open sponsored by Schmid Funeral Home.

         Friday was the first day that teams in Kentucky could play matches and many of the top teams in the area opted to head to Heritage Hill Golf Course for the renewal of the Bullitt East event which had been on hiatius for the past few years because of conflicts with the start of the school year.

  • MW U-8 All-Stars win Ohio Valley...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – A rare loss this summer for the Mount Washington Under-8 All-Stars turned out to be just the spark the team needed as they bounced back to win four straight games in bracket play to win the Babe Ruth Ohio Valley Regional Tournament last weekend in Vincennes, Indiana.

         In the championship game, coach Jason Crumbacker’s team squared off with a familiar foe, Jeffersontown. Mount Washington scoed early and then rolled to a 4-1 win to claim the title in a field of 20 teams.

  • Lady Chargers looking to climb...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – With all five players returning who played in last year’s regional tournament, the Bullitt East Lady Charger golf team is ready to move into the top half of the teams in Region 3 this fall.

         Still, the team has only one senior, Olivia Pruitt, so the future is bright for coach Andy Oder’s program. After reaching the state tournament in 2010 with a senior-laden team, Oder has been rebuilding the program.

  • Next KHSAA project could be...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The news in Monday’s edition of The Pioneer News about the move of North Bullitt and Bullitt East from Class 2-A to Class 3-A in both cross-country and track and field did not come as a surprise to anyone.

    While the two schools have done well in Class 2-A in recent years, the move shouldn’t be a backbreaker for coaches Michael Whitfill (NB) and Lenny Raley (BE). The two coaches pull double duty at both schools, serving now only as the head coaches of both sports, but doing it for both the boys’ and the girls’ programs.

  • Bringhurst ready to take over...

     HEBRON ESTATES – With the hiring of Ryan Bringhurst as their new athletic director, North Bullitt High School has taken a somewhat new approach to the position.

  • KHSAA realigns track/CC starting...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – What had been proposed back in late April became official last week as the track and field as well as the cross-country programs at both North Bullitt and Bullitt East have been moved from Class AA to Class AAA starting this fall, joining Bullitt Central with the state’s largest schools.

  • Gossett now running BC's...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Few names are better known to Bullitt Central athletic fans than ‘Gossett’.

  • Blue Lick U-15 All-Stars fall 3-...

     OWENSBORO – Stewart Currie stood tall on the mound and at the plate Friday night for his Owensboro-Daviess County All-Stars.

  • Hebron Middle School Archery...

     Participating in the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) competition was quite a thrill for Hebron Middle School students and coaches.

    With a team score of 3,078, they were only 12 points away from early registration…for the World Tournament in St. Louis, MO.