High School Sports

  • Terry & Taylor head ‘19 All-Bullitt County Hoops


    **Player of the Year**

    Aiden Terry -- SR. -- Bullitt Central


    Aiden Terry -- SR. -- Bullitt Central -- 13.6 ppg

    Zak Perdew -- JR. -- Bullitt East -- 15.8 ppg

    Thomas Wiseheart -- SR. -- Bullitt East -- 13.2 ppg

    Logan Steinmacher -- JR. -- North Bullitt -- 16.1 ppg

    Jacob Mann -- JR. -- Bullitt Central -- 13.8 ppg


  • Central gets first softball win in slow week

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – After some bad weather early in the week and then teams not playing late in the week as they were breaking for spring break trips all added up to a slow week for area high school softball teams.

    The biggest outcome of the week did come on Friday as Bullitt Central, the one team staying home on spring break, picked up its first win of the season as the maroon and gray held off Whitefield Academy to record an 8-7 win.

  • BC’s combined no-hitter part of two wins

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – A combined no-hitter on Thursday against Whitefield Academy highlighted a week in which the Bullitt Central Cougars won two out of three to move to 3-3 after the first two weeks of the 2019 campaign.

    The heavy-lifting for the no-hitter was done by senior Zach Kleinhelter as he got all but the final out of the five-inning contest that Bullitt Central won 11-1. Freshman Brady Westwood finished the game by getting the final out on just four pitches.

  • East overpowers two mid-week foes before losing

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – The Bullitt East Chargers looked unbeatable against two of the area’s traditional baseball powers last week, beating Elizabethtown 19-4 and Butler 16-2 in a pair of games that went just five innings.

  • Saylor’s one-hitter lifts North past Spencer Co.

     HEBRON ESTATES — Brian Wise liked what he saw on a cool, windy Tuesday afternoon.

    And what he saw, from beyond the outfield fence, was his North Bullitt Eagles putting together just enough hits to support Bryce Saylor’s one-hit 4-0 shutout win over the Spencer County Bears.

    Wise, serving the first of a three-game suspension after being tossed for arguing balls and strikes on March 23, was pleased with his pitcher and, more importantly, his defense.

  • Local tennis teams getting new regional feel

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – The new tennis season is underway with bright prospects for the Bullitt County teams thanks to the redistricting of some of the stronger schools to the Seventh Region.

    The change will open up more opportunity for team titles, singles and doubles players advancing to the state tournament.

    Bullitt East

    The Chargers got the season off on Monday with a 3-2 victory over Portland Christian.

  • Track season gets started battling rain and cold

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Officially, the high school track season has already begun, but the main competition to this point has been cold and wet weather.

  • Lady Cougars make it two straight by beating Mercy

     LOUISVILLE – Shooting one point better than a year ago, the Bullitt Central Lady Cougars repeated as the KHSAA Region Four archery champions last Saturday at Manual High School.

    The Lady Cougars, a team that only beat runner-up Mercy by 12 points a year ago, had less trouble this season as coach Dustin Metcalf’s team beat the Jaguars by 30 points. Bullitt Central posted a final score of 1,979 to 1,949 for Mercy.

  • Cougars repeat as champs by 45 points over Trinity

     LOUISVILLE – Bullitt Central, the defending state champions, took the first step to repeating last Saturday as coach Dustin Metcalf’s squad won the KHSAA Region Four Tournament at Manual High School.

    The Cougars reigned with a final team score of 2,021 to easily outdistance Trinity. The Shamrocks had a total of 1,976. North Bullitt was third at 1,950.

  • East wins three in softball; North takes two

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Bullitt East softball head coach Ricky Hoffman had a plan when it came to setting up the schedule for this season. The veteran coach wanted to get his team some early confidence before facing some stronger opposition.

    Mission accomplished.

    The first three opponents were not exactly a murder’s row of foes, but the Lady Chargers picked up some much needed confidence as they blew past Southern, 13-5, Nelson County 17-2 and Central 27-2 in the home opener on Thursday.