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Today's Sports

  • Lady Chargers pull away after...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – In the only regular season meeting this fall between two of the top programs in the Sixth Region, Bullitt East kept its slight edge over North Bullitt in girls’ soccer with a 4-0 victory on Monday.

    While this was the only regular season meeting, it may not be the only meeting this season. In each of the past two seasons, the two rivals have ended up meeting in the Sixth Region semi-finals after North Bullitt won the 23rd District title and Bullitt East was the 24th District runner-up.

  • North leads, falters, then...

    HEBRON ESTATES -- Veteran coach Brett Newton said that the most improvement a team makes is between the first and second games of the season.

  • Defense stifles Wildcats in...

    MOUNT WASHINGTON – It took a little time for Bullitt East to get rolling on Friday against visiting Waggener on offense, but the defense never wavered, allowing the Chargers to secure a 42-0 win.

         This wasn’t expected to be a tough outing for the Chargers and for the most part they took care of business. A handful of turnovers in the first half kept the Wildcats within 14-0 at halftime, but the red and gold scored the first time they had the ball in the second half and then kept up the strong play for the quick win.

  • 6-minute surge lifts BC to 2-0

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Since spring practice began back in April, Bullitt Central head coach Danny Leasor has been pushing his team to be in better shape this season so they can take control of games in the fourth quarter.

         Why wait to the fourth quarter?

  • Home Sweet Home for all area...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – After a cancellation, a long road trip and just an odd scheduling grid, there will finally be a high school football game in Bullitt County this week.

    In fact, there will be three games in the county this week as each program will host a contest – weather permitting of course.

  • Route to BC football could be a...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- With Bullitt Central set to play its first home football game on Friday, fans are reminded that construction is still on-going at the school and will affect parking and entry to the field.

    Basically, there will be two public entrances to the field on Friday nights this fall.

    Fans can park in the main, front, parking lot and then enter the main doors to the school. There will be a ticket area in the front hallway and then fans will walk down past the gym and out the doors where there will be a gravel path to the field.

  • North hurler Jacob Kelly commits...

     HEBRON ESTATES - As soon as he saw the campus, Jacob Kelly was hooked.

    After been on the radar of college baseball programs the past few years, the North Bullitt senior was ready to start narrowing the list of contenders.

    His list had dwindled and that included Murray State University, where his cousin, Clayton, will be a sophomore this year.

    But when the lefty hurler visited the Marshall University campus a couple of weeks ago, there was no need look any further.

  • Leasor added another year after...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Bullitt Central football coach Danny Leasor has ‘retired’ before...more than once in fact.

    But this summer Leasor announced that this would be his final season at the helm of the Cougars. Of course, this is Leasor’s second stint at Bullitt Central, having coached at the school back in the 1980s before stepping down. He then was the head coach at Pleasure Ridge Park for a number of seasons before ‘retiring’ again.

  • Charger runners do well in early...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – While many of the local teams have already had a practice meet or run in cross-country relay meets, the real start of the high school running season started on Saturday with the Tiger Run at the site of the former River Road Golf Course with Bullitt East taking part.

    It was a good day for the top runners in both the boys’ and the girls’ program as junior Sierra Poppell finished eighth in a field of 181. On the boys’ side, junior Isaac Shelton finished 15th in a huge field of 237 runners.

  • Cougars challenged, then pull...

    FAIRDALE – A fake punt midway through the third quarter returned some much needed momentum to Bullitt Central on Friday and with three touchdowns in the fourth quarter, the Cougars opened the 2014 high school football season with a 49-28 victory over Fairdale.

         Unlike a year ago, when the Cougars won 44-0 at home, the maroon and gray got a challenge this time from a much-improved Bulldog squad. The game was tied at 28-28 after Fairdale scored in the final minute of the third quarter, but the Cougars controlled the final quarter.