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Today's Sports

  • BE-BC girls' showdown set...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - With less than a month remaining in the regular season for area high school basketball teams, the final push for the top spots is still up in the air on both the boys’ and girls’ brackets in the 24th District.

    This year’s 24th District Tournament, the fourth under this alignment, will be hosted by North Bullitt starting on Monday, Feb. 23. For the first time ever, the entire event will be conducted in the month of February.

  • Coaches' 2008 All-Bullitt...

    Coaches' 2008 All-Bullitt County Football Team

     

    **Player of the Year**

    Jeremy Bennett - Junior - Bullitt Central

    **Defensive Player of the Year**

    Michael Bozarth - Senior - Bullitt East

    OFFENSE

    QB    Damion Wibbels    BC    6-2    185    SOPH.

    RB    Jeremy Bennett    BC    6-1    180    JR.

  • Football honors are rolling in...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - The 2008 high school football season is in the rear view mirror at this point, but awards from the most successful season ever for local football keep rolling in.

    Back in December, North Bullitt senior Dalton Cissell was named to the Associated Press All-State Football Team. He is the first, first-team All-State selection in Eagle history. In the past, both Kevin Crisp (1996) and Nick Valadez (2001) were selected second-team All-State honors (in the coaches’ voting).

  • Lady Chargers set to face state...

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - The Bullitt East Lady Chargers, winners of eight of their past nine games, will face the ultimate challenge on Tuesday when they travel into Jefferson County to take on Iroquois, the state’s top-ranked girls’ basketball team.

    (It is hoped that the two teams will play, but it will only happen if both school systems are back in class that day.).

  • Scholarship Donation

    North Bullitt boys’ basketball coach Lee Barger accepts a check from Depp Rasner of Deppster’s Studio for the Sarah Major Barger Memorial Scholarship Fund which the coach set up to honor his mother.

    The scholarship will be awarded to the Eagle student who best exemplifies a commitment to achieve excellence in academia, athletics and community service.

    Anyone wishing to contribute to the scholarship fund can contact Barger at North Bullitt High School,  957-2186.

  • Kelty’s shot at :05...

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - A three-pointer by senior Adam Kelty with five seconds remaining gave the Bullitt East Chargers their most impressive victory of the season on Saturday as the red and gold slipped past North Hardin 71-69 in the Outback Steakhouse 5th/6th Region Challenge.

    The victory saved the day for Bullitt County in the three-game showcase that pitted the local teams against three squads from Hardin County. In the first game, North Bullitt was ambushed by John Hardin 74-30. After the Bullitt East win, Bullitt Central fell to Central Hardin 103-69.

  • Lady Cougars stay hot, beat NB...

    HEBRON ESTATES - For a team whose calling card is normally high-scoring offense, Friday’s 44-29 victory by Bullitt Central over arch-rival North Bullitt had Lady Cougar head coach Bryan Bates talking about defense.

    The difference in the game came in the second quarter when the Lady Cougars allowed zero points. From a 9-5 advantage midway through the first quarter, Bullitt Central ran out to a 26-6 lead at halftime, pretty much sealing the win.

  • Charger boys and girls are...

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - Both of the Bullitt East basketball teams went on the road last Tuesday to face former Eighth Region foes and after the results both teams probably wish they were still in that region.

    In the girls’ game, Bullitt East had a dominating performance as they beat former rival Shelby County 63-43. The Lady Charges had a 13-point scoring advantage in the third quarter and then coasted to the win, the team’s seventh straight win in January.

  • Lady Cougars win fourth straight...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - After a slight bump in the road to start the new year, the Bullitt Central Lady Cougars pushed their winning streak to four games on Tuesday with an 86-26 romp past 24th District rival Southern.

    The victory moved the Lady Cougars a step closer to a winner-take-all game against Bullitt East on Feb. 6 in Shepherdsville for the top seed in the 24th District Tournament which will be held the last week of February at North Bullitt.

  • LIT a tough rock for the Eagles...

    LOUISVILLE - The North Bullitt Eagles’ first trip to the Boys’ Louisville Invitational Tournament was a short and sour affair as the green and gold were eliminated on Tuesday with a 67-23 loss to the Trinity Shamrocks.

    As he had done four years ago in a 24th District upset for Fairdale, North Bullitt head coach Lee Barger drew up a game plan that called for the Eagles to hold the ball against a more talented foe. Unfortunately, that plan didn’t work this time, mainly because Trinity scored two baskets before North Bullitt ever got the ball over half-court.