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Today's Sports

  • Scoring down, but Lady Eagles...

     HEBRON ESTATES – After not playing the previous weekend because of bad weather, the North Bullitt Lady Eagles almost lost another game on Tuesday of last week when school was called off again.

         However, this time conditions improved enough in the afternoon that Oldham County opted to make the trip to Bullitt County for a game. It turned out to wrk in North Bullitt’s favor as the green and gold hung on to claim a 63-61 victory.

  • East’s Ching headed to Wright...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Growing up, Zac Ching was a rival of players from Mount Washington as he started as a baseball player in the Fern Creek Youth program.

    Now, Ching is a teammate and his playing partners were present last Wednesday to watch the senior pitcher/infielder sign to play his college baseball at Wright State University, an NCAA Division I program in Dayton, Ohio.

    Ching had put his name on the dotted line during the early signing period in November, but this was for teammates, friends, family and coaches.

  • Wall-to-wall basketball this...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – After absolutely no basketball last weekend, there will be more than enough to make up for it this weekend with a flurry of games including the Girls’ Bullitt County Challenge on Saturday at North Bullitt.

    Of course, as we learned last week, the weather can change the best-laid plans of anyone in a hurry.

    So, weather permitting, the big weekend starts on Friday when Bullitt Central pays a visit to North Bullitt for a girl/boy doubleheader that will start at 6 p.m.

  • Football honors abound for three...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - Football honors are rolling in for area coaches and players after a successful season for the area teams.

    On Sunday, in the weather delayed halftime of the Class 5-A Kentucky State Football Championships, Bullitt Central junior running back Trevor Carnell and Bullitt East head coach Darrell Vincent were honored as the Class 5-A, District 4 Player and Coach of the year, respectively.

    The honors came from the Kentucky Football Coaches Association.

  • Chargers win, but North makes...

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – The first and only meeting between two old rivals went to Bullitt East on Monday as the Chargers turned back visiting North Bullitt 84-58 in a boys’ high school clash.

    The victory continued Bullitt East’s recent winning ways against their old rivals. The victory was the 18th in a row for the red and gold and over the past dozen seasons, the Chargers have a 22-1 advantage. The last North Bullitt win over Bullitt East came on Feb. 6, 2004, by a 72-64 margin.

  • BC bowling teams drop a pair of...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – In a pair of matches last week, the Bullitt Central bowling teams came up just short as they dropped both matches.

    On Tuesday, the Lady Cougars fell to the team from Jeffersontown by a score of 6-1. Bullitt Central was led in scoring by Elizabeth Borah (155, 143) and Dallas Taylor (115, 137). A game high score was also turned in by Nicole Pharris.

    Bullitt Central fell to 2-3 for the season.

  • Lady Cougars hang on for...

     BARDSTOWN – Despite lacking experience and seniors, the Bullitt Central Lady Cougars showed some moxie on Tuesday as they opened the 2013-14 season with a 50-45 victory at Thomas Nelson High School.

         Bullitt Central did it against a team that started three seniors. In addition, the Lady Generals had already played a game, albeit, a lopsided loss to LaRue County, one of the top teams in the state this season.

  • BC boys run into some early road...

          BARDSTOWN – The opening game of the 2013-14 season turned out to be a tough one for the Bullitt Central Cougars as they went on the road Tuesday and got ambushed by Thomas Nelson High School, 81-58.

         Thomas Nelson won just six games last season, the first for the school in varsity competition, but with the help of three transfer students, the Generals are suddenly one of the top teams in the always tough Fifth Region.

  • Mixed results from Tuesday night...

     SHEPHERDSVILLE –     In a trio of mid-week games last week, there were mixed results before the snow arrived on Friday and forced all games that day to be postponed.

         On Tuesday, the Bullitt East Lady Chargers opened the season with a short trip into Louisville and the red and gold made it look easy as they rolled past Seventh Region foe Presentation 74-28.

  • Working out Dec. 21 for Make-A-...

    MOUNT WASHINGTON--This is the second year Anytime Fitness in Mount Washington is trying to raise awareness in the community, but this time the charity hit close to home for owner Paul Ing.

    The fitness center will host Workout for Wishes Dec. 21 at 10 a.m. All of the proceeds from the event will then be donated to Make-A-Wish Foundation.

    Ing has a special connection with Make-A-Wish because they granted a wish for his son, Nathan, before he passed four years ago. He battled with brain tumors for two and a half years.