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Today's Sports

  • NB's Cherry will take her...

        HEBRON ESTATES - Leah Cherry loves to play softball.

        And the North Bullitt senior will have the opportunity to play at the next level as she recently signed her letter of intent to play for Indiana University-Southeast.

        “I’m beyond excited,” Cherry said moments after the signing. “This is exactly what I’ve been dreaming about for years.”

  • BC's Williamson headed to...

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Family is important to Bullitt Central senior Shane Williamson.

        That is why on the Friday before spring break, Williamson opted to sign the official papers to play football at Campbellsville University next season in a hospital at the bedside of his great grandfather - F.G. Jones.

        “I just want to thank my family for being behind me and pushing me,” the 17-year old son of Pam and Joey Williamson said before the more formal ceremony in the Bullitt Central library last week.

  • Lady Cougars rip Fairdale

        FAIRDALE - The Bullitt Central Lady Cougars had just one game last week, but they made the most of it, beating district rival Fairdale 12-0.

        The maroon and gray had only a 2-1 lead after three innings, but blew the game open with eight runs in the fourth inning. Two more runs in the top of the fifth inning accounted for the final score in a contest stopped after Fairdale batted in the bottom of the fifth.

  • Harrod leads Spalding

        LOUISVILLE - Bullitt East graduate Kelly Harrod had the golden touch for the Spalding Lady Golden Eagles this past season, leading coach Charlie Just’s team to a 13-14 record and a sixth-place finish in the USCAA National Tournament in Pennsylvania.

        Harrod led the Lady Golden Eagles in scoring (13.1), rebounding (7.8), assists (3.0) and steals (1.6).

  • Salem Speedway unofficial...

    Unofficial Results: WINGED SPRINT SPECTACULAR

    Salem Speedway, Salem, Indiana

    Saturday, May 8, 2010

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    Must See Racing Xtreme Sprint Series / Hoosier Outlaw Sprint Series

     

    Fast Qualifier: Jason Blonde, 14.224 (New Track Record

    First Heat Race (8-Laps): 1. Aaron Pierce, 2. Jason Blonde, 3. Sondi Eden, 4. Hank Lower, 5. Brad Armstrong, 6. Ron Koehler, 7. Jim Swain, 8. Travis Miniea, 9. Tim Cox.

  • BE star survives fierce tryouts

        MOUNT WASHINGTON - To represent your school in any competition is great.

        But to have the opportunity to represent your state is an even bigger honor.

        Bullitt East guard Kayla Thacker will be wearing the colors of the Kentucky All-Stars when they face the Indiana All-Stars in the annual rivalry in June.

        Thacker was one of the 12 players to be selected to the roster.

  • Reversal of fortunes for BC

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - During the first week of the 2010 season, the Bullitt Central Cougars went to Taylorsville and returned home with a 12-0 victory on a no-hitter by Dylan Seago.

        Last Wednesday, Spencer County visited Shepherdsville and returned the favor, blanking Bullitt Central 6-0 while not allowing a simple single in the bottom of the seventh inning.

        The reversal of fortunes was frustrating for Cougar head coach Tommy Alvey.

  • American Modified Series Rained...

        BARDSTOWN - After being rained out only one time in 2009, Bluegrass Speedway has fell victim to Mother Nature now twice in the 2010 racing season as showers moved over the speedway at the conclusion of 44 Auto Mart Super Late Model practice and just as practice was about to begin for the American Modified Series presented by Force Fuel and Engine Conditioner.

     

  • Don't expect Bullitt County...

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - The news out of Jefferson County recently that public high schools would no longer be allowed to use middle school students in their athletic programs caught a lot of people by surprise, including many in Bullitt County.

        Despite the fact that Bullitt County schools now compete with Jefferson County schools in many sports, don’t expect the landscape to change locally.

        There is no push here to limit middle school age athletes from competing on high school teams, for a number of reasons.

  • North Bullitt ready to start...

        HEBRON ESTATES - For the North Bullitt Eagles, the “new” baseball season started on Monday of this week.

        After losing two of three contests last week, head coach Brian Wise told his team that it would start the season from scratch with a scheduled game against Whitefield to start this week.

        “I told them we’re going to begin the new season this week,” said Wise, whose team fell to 12-15. “We’ve got some big district games coming up.”