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Today's Sports

  • Combs, Whitis, Lee, and Leake...

    BARDSTOWN - Bluegrass Speedway presented its 2009 season finale on Saturday evening and Rick Combs of Bethel, OH became the 13th different 44 Auto Mart Super Late Model feature winner of the season.  Logan Whitis of Hustonville, KY picked up the win in the $400 to win special for the WBRT 1320-AM Sportsman division, while Benji Lee of Loretto, KY scored his second straight Modified feature victory, with Brad Leake of Bardstown, KY winning his second Street Stock feature of the year.

     

  • Unofficial Results: Six Sigma...

    Unofficial Results: SIX SIGMA CHAMPIONSHIP NIGHT, Salem Speedway, Salem, Indiana, October 3, 2009

     

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    Eiklor Flames “Hot One” Fast Qualifier: Frank Kimmel II, 18.698

    Six Sigma 50: 1. Frank Kimmel II, 2. Mike Sharp, 3. Todd Kempf, 4. Tony Conway, 5. Tony Johnson, 6. Todd Carr, 7. Justin “Bubba” Trinkle, 8. Shawn Smith, 9. Jerry Norris (DNS), 10. Skeeter Crum (DNS), 11. Daniel Crawford (DNS).

     

  • Here we move (to 7th) again

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Back up the moving van. Bullitt County is moving again.

    Just five years after making the switch from the Eighth Region to the Sixth Region and from the 29th District to the 24th District, it now appears that starting in the fall of 2010, that the Bullitt County schools will be part of the Seventh Region and be in the 25th District along with Southern and Moore.

  • East repeats as girls'...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Turning in the best four scores of the day, the Bullitt East Lady Chargers continued to be the lead school in girls’ golf play, winning last week’s Bullitt Cup Championship at Heritage Hill Golf Course.

    The good news is that both North Bullitt and Bullitt Central are making some headway and narrowing the gap on the Lady Chargers.

  • Last-minute greed haunts Eagles...

    HEBRON ESTATES - In Shakespeare, avarice is the root of all evil.

    Simply put, greed is the root of all evil.

    In terms of a football game, coaches will sometimes go for play that might be a bit greedy or ill-advised.

    North Bullitt football coach Brett Newton openly told his players that he was guilty.

    Up 14-7 with just 1:44 left in the first half, Newton opted to try to get a quick score against the Christian Academy Centurions.

    It didn’t work out.

  • BC set for 6-0 Anderson

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt Central's Friday night contest isn't a key district game and it's not an intra-county slugfest.

    Still, in the history of Bullitt Central football, this meeting with Anderson County offers something that has never been seen in Shepherdsville - two undefeated teams meeting this late in the season as both the Cougars and Bearcats stand at 6-0.

  • East plays better, but loses...

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - It wasn’t a win on Friday, but the Bullitt East Chargers have a lot of good things to build on heading into their ‘open’ date this week after dropping a 27-25 decision to Class 6-A power Eastern High School.

    Bullitt East led 13-0 at halftime and, after falling behind 14-13 early in the fourth quarter, rallied for a 19-14 lead. After Eastern scored twice more, Bullitt East marched the length of the field before scoring with 14 seconds remaining to pull within 27-25.

  • Central rallies past North in...

    HEBRON ESTATES - Scoring the first nine points of the second game, the Bullitt Central Lady Cougars reversed a first game loss to the North Bullitt Lady Eagles, forging ahead and winning 23-25, 25-9, 25-19 Tuesday in local volleyball action.

    The win was the second this season for Bullitt Central over their county rivals and put them into the third slot in the district seeding standings. The Lady Cougars will now open district play against the loser of this week’s match between Bullitt East and Spencer County in Mount Washington.

  • Cougars blow-out Dragons in...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - It was a tale of two halves on Friday for the Bullitt Central Cougars as they rolled past visiting Doss 41-24, outscoring the Dragons 23-0 after halftime.

    Simply put, the Cougars took out some frustration on Doss after the intermission.

    There wasn’t a person on the east side of George Valentine Stadium on Friday that felt that Bullitt Central should have been behind at halftime by a 24-18 count. A bizarre set of events had allowed the Dragons to score the last eight points of the half after the clock had ticked to :00.

  • BC girls' CC off and running

    The Bullitt Central cross-country programs are off and running this season with better numbers than in the past.

    The girls’ had a strong showing recently, finishing second in the LaRue County Weekday Classic Invitational. Sophomore Rachel Thacker finished second that day in a field of six teams with 47 runners.

    The team also finished second that day as Thacker was followed across the finish line by teammates Cindy Kiefer, Alyssa Shifflett, Morgan Hoover, Katie Miller and Bethany Dixon.