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Today's Sports

  • Outdoor track seasons start for...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - The outdoor track season got started last week for all three Bullitt County programs as they all went in different directions.

    With the way the school schedule falls this week, the opening meets will serve as more a tune-up. The real season will begin when school resumes next Monday.

    This will be a short season for track in Kentucky this year. The state championships have been moved up a week, to May 22-23 because the University of Louisville is hosting an NCAA Regional meet on the traditional weekend for the Kentucky state high school championships.

  • Mount Washington Middle School...

    MOUNT WASHINGTON — The city’s two middle schools have recently hit a bulls eye with the creation of archery programs that allow students with all levels of athletic ability to participate.

    Both Eastside Middle and Mount Washington Middle schools recently participated in the regional and state competitions, sponsored by the National Archery in the Schools Program.

    Coaches of both teams said they have been very impressed with how successful their teams have been in short time periods.

    Mount Washington Middle School

  • BE tennis drops NB

    MOUNT WASHINGTON ee" An early season tennis match went to Bullitt East as coach Dustin Armstrong’s team defeated North Bullitt 5-0 on Tuesday.

    In singles, the number one court went to Bullitt East senior Shane Milburn when he defeated sophomore Matt Bloom 7-5, 6-4. On the number two court, Matt Phipps defeated jake Compton 6-0, 6-0. Reese Milburn defeated Isaac Heines 6-1, 6-0 in number three singles.

  • East softball tourney starts...

    MOUNT WASHINGTON – The Bullitt East Lady Chargers will play host to the High-Five Sporting Goods/Bullitt East Invitational on Friday and Saturday of this week.

    The first-ever event will be played at both Bullitt East and at the Mount Washington Youth League Field at Mount Washington Elementary. There will be four teams in two pools.

    Pool A includes Bullitt East along with Beth Haven, Grant County and Presentation. The opposite pool involves Ballard, Anderson High School from Ohio as well as Fairdale and Franklin County.

  • Tough foes lead to tough losses...

    HEBRON ESTATES - North Bullitt baseball coach Brian Wise has told his team that they will schedule anybody, anywhere, anytime this spring.

    In week one of the 2009 season that meant games against two of the top five teams in the state. While battling teams from that level might pay dividends in the long run, it can cause some growing pains in the short term. That was the case as the Eagles lost to both St. Xavier and Eastern last week.

    Overall, the green and gold were 1-2 before heading to Tennessee this week for a spring break tournament.

  • BC softball blows out Dragons 16...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - With a team that starts just about as many middle school players as it does high school players, the Bullitt Central Lady Cougars needed an early season confidence boost.

    The maroon and gray got just that to open the 2009 season on Tuesday when they blew past visiting Doss 16-0. The game last just three innings as Bullitt Central scored 12 times in the first inning and then four more in the bottom of the second. The Lady Cougars did not even bat in the bottom of the third.

  • Zack McCarthy commits to John A...

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - Bullitt East senior baseball standout Zack McCarthy recently announced that he has committed to John A. Logan College in Carterville, Illinois.

    John A. Logan College is a junior college with a long history of baseball success under head coach Jerry Halstead. The Volunteers have won nine conference titles, six Region 24 championships and made two national tournament appearances. Fourteen former players at the school are currently playing professional baseball with four competing in the major leagues.

  • Just how good have 6th Region...

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - When Bullitt County’s three high schools were realigned into the Sixth Region in 2005, the general consensus was that, at least at the beginning, the local programs would be able to compete better against the girls’ programs in western Jefferson County than against the boys’ sports.

        While that might still turn out to be the case in the big picture, it has been nearly impossible to keep up with the best girls’ basketball teams in the Sixth Region.

  • Mixed results for East baseball...

    MOUNT WASHINGTON ee" The first week of the regular season for the 11th-ranked Bullitt East Chargers had some highlights and some lowlights, but the team posted a 2-1 record heading to Florida this week for spring break.

    The season got off to a strong start on Monday as the red and gold rolled past Eastern, the third-ranked team in the state, by a 5-1 count. A day later, the Chargers scored 11 runs in the first three innings but then had to hang on to beat Sixth Region rival DeSales 15-12.

  • North-Central baseball game...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Because of continued drainage problems with their new field, Bullitt Central has been forced to move Wednesday’s district showdown with North Bullitt to the Eagles’ home field.

    Bullitt Central has yet to play a game on the new field. Games the first week of the season had already been changed to away games and then the Cougars played in the Valley Invitational over spring break. It was hoped they could play at home this week, but at this point it will take at least two days of no rain before the team can play at home.