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Today's Sports

  • East squads grab top spots for...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – With action on Monday afternoon, the Bullitt East baseball and softball squads each wrapped up the top seeds for the 24th District Tournaments that will start in two weeks at North Bullitt.

  • Teams advance to national...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - Two local archery teams will have a shot at becoming national champions this weekend.

  • Chargers continue to win the...

      MOUNT WASHINGTON - It must be mirrors.

  • BC still seeks answers

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The 2012 season for the Bullitt Central Cougars has been inconsistent and last week it took a downward turn as the maroon and gray last three games by lopsided scores.

  • Eagles split two games entering...

     HEBRON ESTATES - Looking to gain some momentum heading into the post-season play, the North Bullitt Eagles continues to make strides.

  • Lady Cougars run win streak to...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – While not playing a lot of games at this point in the season, the Bullitt Central Lady Cougars still ran their winning streak to eight games last week with two more victories.

  • Lady Chargers need late run to...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – The Bullitt East Lady Chargers had another undefeated week, but it didn’t come without some scary moments as the red and gold struggled last Tuesday in a 24th District game against Fairdale.

  • Eighth Region tennis action...

      FRANKFORT - After having one of the top seeded players in the regional tennis tournament, Bullitt County tennis programs will be the underdogs when action opens Monday morning.
     The Eighth Region tournament will be contested at several sites in Frankfort with the winners advancing to the state classic in Lexington.
     The only seeded players from local schools will represent the Bullitt East Chargers. In fact, no local girl will be seeded in the singles and doubles action.
     Boys action

  • Hodge running all the way to...

     HEBRON ESTATES - Traveling to Campbellsville in the past for high school football 'bowl' games, North Bullitt senior Cody Hodge made his first contact with the town's college.
     That all turned into a positive for both Hodge and the school recently when the speedster signed to run track for the Tigers starting next year.
     Hodge still has a few big weeks left in his high school career, but his future is planned out at this point.

  • Mother Nature washes out special...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - The greatest day that never happened.
     That is the way the 2012 All-Bullitt County Track and Field Championships will have to be remembered after rain washed out the big meet last Monday an hour after it started. Because all three programs had meets scheduled for Thursday and North Bullitt and Bullitt East have regional finals on Tuesday of this week, there was no chance to reschedule the meet.