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Today's Sports

  • Area CC teams are getting active

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – With Labor Day now in the review mirror, the area cross-country programs are starting to heat up with meets nearly ever week.

    Since the Tiger Run on Labor Day Weekend, the Bullitt East teams have been in action on consecutive Saturdays while both Bullitt Central and North Bullitt sent at least partial teams into action to start the season.

  • East sweeps county rivals; NB...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Coming off a disappointing effort four nights earlier, the Bullitt East Lady Chargers got back in winning form on Monday as they rolled past a struggling Bullitt Central team 25-9, 25-12, 25-12.

    The win came six days after Bullitt East had gone on the road and beat North Bullitt in five games, taking the final game 15-13. In that match, the Lady Chargers played without two key starters. That led into a district loss to Whitefield Academy on Thursday in Jefferson County by a 25-10, 26-24, 25-13 count.

  • Smith to make 'pro'...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- It is hard to imagine an athlete turning professional at the age of 34.

  • Baseball's Patton decides...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Bullitt East baseball standout Chase Patton didn’t waste any time when it came to confirming his college destination.

         Last week, just three weeks into senior year of high school, Patton sat in the Media Center at Bullitt East and in front of family, friends, coaches and teammates, conducted a ceremony that has him playing baseball at Spalding University starting in the fall of 2014.

  • Charger offense shifts into high...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON -- It is often hard to get a coach to smile.

  • Junior RB explodes for 463 yards...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Riding the greatest individual statistical performance in local football history, the Bullitt Central Cougars moved to 3-0 for the first time since 2009 as they pulled away in the second half to crush visiting Valley 56-20 on Friday.

  • Chargers set to extract revenge...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – As Kahn said in the Star Trek movies – ‘revenge is a dish best served cold.’

    That will be the mindset this week for the Bullitt East Chargers as the red and gold take on neighboring rival Spencer County. The Bears have started the season 2-1.

    But it is not so much this season that is on the minds of the Mount Washington crowd. A year ago, the Chargers traveled to Taylorsville for the first time ever for a football game and came away with a 27-0 loss that left head coach Darrell Vincent upset.

  • Vikings next for Cougars

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The Bullitt Central Cougars will be looking to make it three straight wins to open the season on Friday when they play host to Valley, a team that has failed to win either of its first two contests.

  • Former Eagle Scout hopes to soar...

     Christopher Brown, will be making his professional auto racing debut in the Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA), presented by Menards on Friday, September 20.

    Christopher will be driving the #29 Correct Temp Dodge in The ZLOOP 150 at Kentucky Speedway to be televised on the new Fox Sports 1 channel.

    Christopher is a 2011 graduate of Saint Xavier High School in Louisville, KY, and is currently a Junior at University of North Carolina-Charlotte pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering.

  • Edwards looks for 'BEAR...

     Shepherdsville resident Trevor Edwards will be making his professional auto racing debut in the Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA), presented by Menards on Saturday, September 14 at Salem Speedway.

    After competing in eight different series at 50 race tracks in nine states, 20 year old Edwards is taking the next step in his successful racing career.

    Trevor will be driving the #29 Correct Temp Dodge in the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA Fall Classic presented by Federated Car Care.