Although the Butler County High School Bears' football team came up short Friday night, several fans made the trip to support the team as you can see in these images "from the sidelines."
With two convincing wins over the weekend, the Butler County Middle School Bears 8th grade football team brought a Kentucky Middle School State Championship football trophy back to Morgantown on Sunday The championship is the culmination of a perfect, storybook season for the Bears, who finished
The Butler County Cross-Country team competed in the Class 2A Regional meet on Saturday November 3rd where the girls team took Region Runners-Up Honors. It is the first time in 9 seasons a full team has qualified for the state meet.
Three Butler County High School softball players attended a college expo event on Thursday, October 18. Madeline Drake, Amy Rogers, and Lynsie Clark attended the all-day event sponsored by BSA Softball of Scottsville and held at Campbellsville University.
KHSAA playoff football is set to begin tomorrow night, Friday, November 2, as the Butler County Bears (6-4) travel to Princeton to face Caldwell County (7-3).
Coach Ryan Emmick's Bears expect a formidable foe.
The 12-0 BCMS Football Bears will be in action in the KYMSFA State Final Four Saturday, November 3rd at Lexington Catholic High School. The semi-final game is an 11am kickoff central standard time/ 12 noon EST. The opponent is Lexington Christian Academy Middle School .
There will be a PEP RALLY at Pizza Zone on Thursday, November 1 at 6:00 pm for the BCHS and BCMS football teams. We would like to see everyone come out and support the Bears! Remember: GO! FIGHT! WIN!
The Butler County High School Band wrapped up their season on Saturday at Greenwood High School in the semi-finals of the state. Butler County competed against 15 other bands from across the state in Class 2A. Butler County finished with a score of 76.35 but failed to make the finals.
The regular season came to an end at BCHS football field, playing rival Edmonson Co. Wildcats. Add Senior Night and a fourth quarter come from behind Bears victory was witnessed by those who braved the 40 degree temps, rain and wind throughout the entire ballgame.