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Today's Sports

  • Despite injury, Midway loved...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Bullitt Central senior Kristen Collins finding her way to Midway College to play women’s basketball had a few hurdles before it all became official recently.

         First, Collins suffered a serious knee injury during a holiday tournament and did not play the rest of the season for the Lady Cougars. Second, Midway switched coaches after an eight-win season.

  • BC's Riggs moving her...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Spalding women’s basketball coach Charlie Just has reached into Bullitt County for players in the past and he is doing it again this spring when he got the signature of Bullitt Central point guard Kayla Riggs on the dotted line.

         (Just also has signed North Bullitt seniors Reba Stice and Caitlin Montgomery this spring. You can read about those signings in Wednesday’s edition.)

  • Pikeville lands Rakes to be next...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – It was an Orange Crush type day recently at Bullitt East as basketball standout Trey Rakes signed to play his college hoops at Pikeville College, the 2011 NAIA Division I National Champions.

  • Embry ready to continue career...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Chris Embry didn’t score a lot of points in his basketball career at Bullitt East and his rebounding totals were modest.

  • BE's season ends with lack...

     LOUISVILLE – A rare game where the Bullitt East Chargers struggled to find any offense caught up with the red and gold on Tuesday in the semi-finals of the Sixth Region Baseball Tournament at Jim Patterson Stadium on the University of Louisville campus.

         For the second year in a row, it was Pleasure Ridge Park High School that got the best of the Chargers, winning 5-1 after breaking the game open in the bottom of the fifth inning with four runs on four hits.

  • Hinkley taking softball skills...

    MOUNT WASHINGTON – After roaming the outfield for the Bullitt East Lady Chargers for the past six seasons, the team’s only senior starter this season, Nikki Hinkley, recently signed to continue to her softball career at Morehead State University.

    The chance to play for a Division I program was more than Hinkley could turn down. She also looked at Transylvania and Brescia, but she knew long before the signing day that she would select to play with the Lady Eagles.

  • Inches keep Lady Chargers from...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Softball truly is a game of inches…or a foot or two.

         Just ask the Bullitt East Lady Chargers.

  • Barr steps down at East after...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Troy Barr, the most successful basketball coach in Bullitt County history, is stepping down after 11 years at the helm of the Bullitt East Chargers.

  • Raymer’s blast lifts BE past...

     LOUISVILLE – The toughest draw possible? Not a problem for the Bullitt East Lady Chargers.

  • One big frame fuels Chargers to...

      LOUISVILLE – When you pitch shutouts, it’s hard to lose a baseball game.