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Today's Sports

  • Poor finish can’t take...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - The 2009 Bullitt Central football season will pretty much be remembered for two things - a spectacular regular season and a horrible post-season.

    The two pretty much go hand-in-hand. Both points leave fans, coaches and players shaking their heads in both amazement and disappointment.

  • Both North teams nab early wins

    HEBRON ESTATES - First-year North Bullitt head coach Amber Courtney got off to a winning start on Friday as her Lady Eagles jumped on top early and then rolled past Louisville Collegiate 79-27.

    This one was over early as North Bullitt raced out to a 21-7 lead in the first quarter and then never looked back. North Bullitt pushed the lead to 36-15 by halftime and then outscored the home team 43-12 in the second half.

  • Charger All-Stars finish second...

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - You take three competitive youth football programs and combine them into one squad.

    You take them into other areas for competition against new teams.

    What do you have?

    A very good football team of 8-year-olds.

    When they reach high school, all of the football players will be at Bullitt East. But as members of the Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League, they compete for the Old Mill Bengals, the Mount Washington Colts and the Pleasant Grove Dolphins.

     

     

  • Local 2009 Coaches’...

    Local 2009 Coaches’ All-District Football Selections

     

    Class 5-A District 3:

    Offense

    QB    Damion Wibbels    JR.    Central

    RB    Jeremaie Bennett    SR.    Central

    TE    Chase Cline    SR.    Central

    WR    T.J. Flener    SR.    Central

  • OT Thriller - East pulls away...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Scoring the first 12 points of the overtime period, the Bullitt East Chargers pulled away from what had been hotly contested game with arch-rival Bullitt Central on Friday.

    In a game matching two of the youngest teams either program has ever put on the floor, the hearts and minds were putting forth great effort while the execution and performance was more what you would expect from a game that at times had more freshmen and sophomores on the floor than juniors and seniors.

  • Wins were minimal, but Eagles...

    HEBRON ESTATES - It wasn’t the worst of times for the North Bullitt football program in 2009, but it could have been a better.

    The expectations were not high for this group and head coach Brett Newton said when the season began that he just wanted to see improvement each week for him to be a happy camper. Midway through the season the coach was happy, but then things began to stagnate.

  • Quick Start - 47 first half...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Exploding for 47 points in the first half, the Bullitt Central Cougars opened the 2009-10 season with a bang on Monday as they rolled past visiting Evangel 77-62.

    Bullitt Central led 22-16 after the first quarter and with the first ten points of the second frame took control of the opening game of the season for both teams. The maroon and gray led by 15 points at halftime and by as many as 16 in the second half. Evangel made a late surge to get within nine points late in the game, but they could get no closer.

  • Lady Eagles set to start a new...

    HEBRON ESTATES - All veteran basketball coaches have their ‘best of times; worst of times’ stories. It comes with the territory.

    For first-year North Bullitt Lady Eagle coach Amber Courtney, she might well start out filling the ‘worst of times’ category first.

    The former Bullitt Central player (Amber Coy) inherits a program almost void of upperclassman. In fact, the Lady Eagles won’t just count on middle school age girls, but they will start eighth-graders this season. The varsity roster even includes a seventh-grader and a sixth-grader.

  • Cougars will be bombs away with...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - On a varsity high school basketball team with only two seniors and one junior, fans might be worried about a lack of experience at the start of the season.

    Not the case with the Bullitt Central Cougars. Veteran head coach Joe Pat Lee has a lot of worries heading into the 2009-10 season, but his team does have quite a bit of experience.

  • Defense powers Lady Chargers...

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - On a night when the offense struggled mightily, both from the field and at the foul line, the Bullitt East Lady Chargers let their defense do the talking in a 58-33 victory over visiting Pleasure Ridge Park on Tuesday in the first game of the 2009-10 season.

    The Lady Chargers allowed just five points in the first quarter and the red and gold led 27-14 at halftime before coasting to the easy victory.