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Today's Sports

  • Lady Charger golf rebuilding;...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – After years of being one of the better girls’ golf teams in the area, the Bullitt East Lady Chargers are going through a transition stage this year.

    That transition includes both players and at coach.

    After seven years as the head coach, Andy Oder stepped down to spend more time working with youth golf in the area as well as his job as Executive 

    Director of the Kentucky Golf Coaches’ Association.

  • Youth football has a major new...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Addition by subtraction.

    The Greater Bullitt County Football League, making fundamental changes for the first time since the creation of the Little Bullitts age group and the addition of the Pleasant Grove program more than 15 years ago, will work to make the ‘A’ Division a more competitive group this fall by realigning that age group into six teams instead of the nine programs that will continue to make up the other three age divisions.

  • Youth football made the right...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Change is never easy, even when it is obviously necessary.

    That is where the Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League has found itself in recent years. From all sides the group was getting signals that it needed to move more toward a ‘middle school’ type model for their oldest age division.

  • Charger boys look to break...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Over the past two seasons, since his team has moved into the 24th District, veteran Bullitt East boys’ coach Mike Brangers has been relatively pleased with the team’s play during the regular season.

         It has been in the post-season where the red and gold have struggled. In the two seasons under the new alignment, the Chargers have yet to advance out of district play to the Sixth Region Tournament, despite being competitive.

  • East soccer teams look to clear...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Most girls’ soccer coaches who return ten of 11 starters will spend the off-season floating on air.

         Not Bullitt East head coach Steve Gentry.

  • East finishes well in Charger...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – On the very first day of the high school golf season, the Bullitt East Chargers hosted The Charger Open at Heritage Hill Golf Course.

         The 2014 edition of the event attracted participants from 26 schools with 120 players taking part in the 18-hole event.

  • Local golf teams seek success

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Young and talented.

         Those are two words that any high school coach loves to utter and that phrase fits in perfectly with the Bullitt East boys’ golf program as they head into the 2014 season.

         On a team that has only one senior, Hunter Simmons, the Chargers are ready to make some noise this fall, especially when the Region 3 Tournament rolls around on Sept. 30 at the Elizabethtown Country Club.

  • Smith on target for record-...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Earlier in the year, Frank Smith had won a sectional honor for his archery skills.

  • Short-track championships at...

     SALEM, Ind. – Championships and final season standings will be on the line when racing returns to the Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery infield short-track on Sunday afternoon, August 17th.  The Short-Track Championship event marks the final points race of the year for both the O’Reilly Auto Parts Pure Stocks and the Portland Recycling Front Wheel Drive Stocks.

  • Former BE Lady Charger standout...

     TAYLORSVILLE – If the Spencer County Lady Bears’ basketball program is to take the next step toward competing for district and regional titles, it may require stepping back to the basics of the game.

    That’s the philosophy of new head coach Brandy Scott as she takes over a program that has struggled in recent years to match up with the better teams in the area.