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Today's Sports

  • North-Marion winner gets first...

    HEBRON ESTATES - To play at home in the post-season, the North Bullitt Eagles have to win at home on Friday against district rival Marion County.

    It’s that simple. The two teams are both 1-1 in district play this season. The winner will finish as the number two seed in the district behind Bullitt East and will play at home in the first round of the Class 4-A play-offs. The loser will be the number three seed in the district and will have to go on the road on Nov. 15.

  • Soccer, volleyball district...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Post-season play for fall sports teams will be in full swing this week as both boys’ and girls’ soccer as well as volleyball will conduct district play this week.

    In fact, girls’ soccer started 9th District play yesterday at Bardstown High School. The boys’ 9th District tournament starts on Monday at Nelson County Volleyball, which has just four teams in the 27th District, will play on Tuesday and Thursday this week.

  • THE GAME: County's oldest...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - There have been times in the recent past, when The Game between North Bullitt and Bullitt Central did not live up to its name.

    At times, one team was a lot better than the other, i.e. North Bullitt winning 56-0 two years ago. Other times, neither team was very good.

  • FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: Results...

    FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL -- October 17

    BULLITT CENTRAL 26, NORTH BULLITT 17

    See Monday's edition of The Pioneer News and www.pioneernews.net for full stories on each game.

     

  • Fern Creek offense too much for...

     LOUISVILLE - Bullitt Central football coach Dan Leasor does not like to lose. But even a thorough 53-26 defeat from the Fern Creek Tigers on Friday could not discourage the veteran coach.

    "They thoroughly beat us tonight,” Leasor said of the 6-A district battle. “But our kids played hard for 48 minutes.”

    Leading a resurgent program, Leasor’s main focus following the road loss was to be encouraged.

  • NB girls stay hot, BE looks...

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - The rematch turned out to be a lot closer than the first meeting in local girls’ soccer last Thursday as North Bullitt and Bullitt East met for the second time.

    In early September it had been all North Bullitt as the Lady Eagles grabbed an 8-2 victory.

  • Dolphins ready to battle for...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - The shortest summer in memory has condensed the 2008 season for the Bullitt County Dolphins Swim Team into five intensive weeks of work that will culminate on Saturday at the Summer Fun League Championships at the Mary T. Meagher facility in Louisville.The Dolphins won the league title in 2005 and were second a year later.

  • U-10 Blue Lick All-Stars make...

    HILLVIEW - The Blue Lick Under-10 All-Stars made it look easy last week as they swept three games en route to winning the Cal Ripken District 13 Championship.In fact, it was pretty much easy for coach Jeff Walls' team.

  • One night sours a sweet week for...

    HILLVIEW - The Babe Ruth District 13 Tournament was a good week for the Blue Lick Under-14 All-Stars, but Thursday was a bad day for coach Scott Belt's team.After already securing a trip to the West Kentucky State Tournament after they beat Germantown 2-1 in a nine inning classic in the winner's bracket final, Blue Lick could not duplicate the magic in the championship games on Thursday.First, there was a 10-3 loss in the first championship game against Germantown.

  • Venom wins title; foes still...

    LOUISVILLE - Max Cole and Scott Wright found themselves to be in an unusual position during a recent USSSA 10 and Under state championship game at Buechel Park.