Community Sports

  • Blue Lick U-10 All-Stars
     The 10-year-old All-Stars from Blue Lick played district action at Okolona. The team came away with a 1-2 record. After defeating Southwest Louisville 13-3 in the opener, the team lost to West Louisville 12-1. In the loser’s bracket game, Blue Lick was eliminated 11-1 by Germantown. Richard Wolfe was the manager and Ronnie Campbell was the assistant. Team members included Isaiah Brooks, Ronnie Campbell, Austin Dalton, Austin Geralds, Clayton Hill, Cameron Keehn, Tanner Lewis, Lukas Motley, Christopher Perkins, Nickolas Vowels, Patrick Wells and Richard Zane Wolfe.
  • MW Under-9 All-Stars finish 2-2 in district play
     The Under-9 Mount Washington All-Stars made a strong showing last week in the combined District 10/11 tournament at Des Pres Park in Louisville that was hosted by the Hikes Point Optimist.
  • Summer break? The ‘fall’ sports season is near
     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Fourth of July is in the rear view mirror.
  • 2011 Mount Washington All-Stars
  • Local swim team thriving after major changes
     HILLVIEW - For 20 years, the Bullitt County Dolphins were the summer destination for local swimmers who wanted to have a competitive outlet for their endeavors.
  • 2011 Blue Lick Baseball and Softball All-Stars
  • Charger Baseball Camp
     MOUNT WASHINGTON - There was action all around the Mount Washington Youth Baseball and Softball complex recently with the Bullitt East Charger baseball camp. The annual summer event, conducted by Bullitt East coaches Jeff Bowles and Craig Sharpe attracted over 100 players to two sessions as players were looking to improve their skills. Many were working out before entering Cal Ripkin/Babe Ruth action which starts this week.
  • BC Baseball Camp
     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The first annual Bullitt Central Cougar Baseball Camp proved to be a success last week as 40 young players learned more about the game under the tutelage of head coach G.J. Moore and his coaches and players.  The only negative during the four-day camp was that rain during the week forced the players to change from cleats to tennis shoes as they moved inside the Bullitt Central gym for two days.
  • Ribbon Cutting
     Steve Larimore, chairman of the Bullitt County Parks Board, and June Daugherty, executive director of the Bullitt County Family YMCA, led the ceremonies Tuesday as the ribbon was cut on the new and improved Bullitt Central swimming pool. The facility now features a spray park and newly renovated restrooms. Included in the ceremonies was Rose Haley, an original organizer of the YMCA in Bullitt County. The pools are open Noon until 6 p.m. seven days a week in Shepherdsville, Mount Washington and Pioneer Village.
  • Charger Hoops Camp
     MOUNT WASHINGTON - The oldest of the high school summer sports camps returned for a 21st year recently when Bullitt East hosted the Charger Hoops Camp.