High School Sports

  • Lady Chargers roll early

     FERN CREEK – The Bullitt East Lady Chargers didn’t waste any time on Tuesday getting the best of 24th District rival Fern Creek.

         In the first district game that will settle the seedings for the first-round of the post-season, Bullitt East jumped on top of the home team 16-2 in the first quarter and stretched that to 35-7 by halftime.

         With the first eight points of the second half, Bullitt East put the ‘running clock’ into action as they rolled easily to a 64-26 victory.

  • Chargers find the target just in time

    FERN CREEK – In what is becoming one of the hottest rivalries of the regular season for the Bullitt East Chargers, the red and gold got hot just in time from the field on Tuesday as the team managed to slip past Fern Creek 61-59.

  • Lady Chargers remain hot for Missouri show

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – After losing four out of the first five games of the season, the Bullitt East Lady Chargers needed a spark.

    That came in the team’s Schmid Funeral Home Classic as the red and gold rallied in the second half of the championship game to beat North Bullitt by ten points.

  • Lady Eagles hit a bump in the road on the road

     HEBRON ESTATES – The five-day holiday trip to Charleston, South Carolinas was good, but the results were less than satisfying for the North Bullitt Lady Eagles.

    After winning eight straight games to open the season, North Bullitt had dropped the championship game of the Schmid Funeral Home Classic at Bullitt East to the host team.

  • Chargers & Eagles (barely) tabbed for Boys’ LIT bracket

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – For the first time ever, there will be two Bullitt County teams in next week’s Boys’ Louisville Invitational Tournament as both Bullitt East and North Bullitt secured bids late last week.

    Play in this year’s Boys’ LIT will start next Monday and all games will be played at Valley High School. Games will be played every night during the week except for Thursday with the championship game set for Saturday at 7:45 p.m.

  • East stumbles early in Lexington

     LEXINGTON – The holiday tournament season for the Bullitt East Chargers came to a somewhat frustrating end last Monday as they completed play in the Traditional Bank Holiday Classic with a 51-50 win over North Laurel.

    That win came after a pair of losses in early round play. The Chargers opened with a 69-56 loss to Lexington Christian and then fell to Louisville Central by a 56-39 count.

  • Sponsors rotating faster than players in tourneys

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – I’ve always been told that you can’t tell the players without a scorecard.

    Now, you can add to that, that you can’t tell the tournament sponsors without an internet connection.

    This turned out to be the oddest holiday tournament season in telling the sponsors as the names seemed to change almost daily.

  • Cougars still looking to find some consistency

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – If nothing else this season, the Bullitt Central Cougars have consistently been inconsistent.

    Sometimes, coach Joe Pat Lee’s team is inconsistent from game to game and other times it can even be from half to half or even quarter to quarter of a game.

    That was all certainly the case last week as the Cougars posted a 1-2 record in the Nelson County Classic. The event at Nelson County High School was a four-team round-robin event that used a point scoring system to decide an overall champion.

  • Bullitt East squads claim KHSAA championships

     LEXINGTON - Head cheerleading coach Nate Fulghum said it was drive and focus that helped Bullitt East’s all small varsity and small coed team achieve victory.

    The teams recently competed at the state competition in Lexington and were named KHSAA State Champions in their divisions.

  • 2014 - A year filled with big events for local teams

      SHEPHERDSVILLE – Never a dull moment.

    That was the sports scene in Bullitt County in 2014. At every turn and at every season, there seemed to be another big event.

    It’s not really important to rank the ‘bigness’ of the events as much as to enjoy that they happened. Then, to hope that they are all repeated and even built upon in coming years.