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Today's Sports

  • 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.

  • Local swimmers spend summer with...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – A summer tradition in the area continued with increased momentum in 2013 as the Dolphins swimming program continued to attract a large number of local youngsters to competitive swimming.

  • East Lady Chargers finish fifth...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Another summer, another big finish in an AAU National Tournament for the East Lady Chargers.

  • NB's Stinnett ready for...

     HEBRON ESTATES -- The hard work has paid off for Cody Stinnett.

  • MW U-8 All-Stars repeat as state...

     ELIZABETHTOWN – Picking up right where they left off a day earlier in winning the Babe Ruth District 10 & 11 Tournament, the Mount Washington Under-8 Red All-Stars won six straight games in five days to win the Kentucky State Championship.

         It was the second straight year that this group of players and coaches sit atop Kentucky machine-pitch baseball having won the same two Under-7 titles last summer.