In a key Class 2A District matchup the Union Co./Butler Co. game provided plenty of fireworks and scoring for fans. Union Co. entered the game (1-5) overall; while the Bears (4-2) were hoping to rebound off a two game losing skid.
The Butler County T-ball and Tiny Tot Ball has completed their season. Players ranged from 2-5 years old and a total of 12 teams participated from mid August through September. Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and siblings filled the stands and cheered for their favorite team.
The Butler County Middle School 8th Grade football team finished their regular season in style on Monday night by capturing the Green River Valley Conference title defeating Edmonson County 30-16.
The Butler County Middle School 8th grade football team has had a great season. They are currently 10-0 on the season and are scheduled to play in the middle school state tournament after fall break starting October 13th.
On Thursday September 20th the Butler County Cross-Country team traveled to Hopkins Central to compete in the Thunder Invitational.
An Owensboro Catholic touchdown with only four seconds remaining in the first half proved to be a momentum game changer on Friday night as the Aces cruised in the second half to a 45-0 win in Morgantown over Butler County.
The Bears were back home this week and Friday night was a great night for football. The stands were full, the cheerleaders, band, and the BCMS football players were on hand to support the Bears. Butler County fell to number one ranked Owensboro Catholic. Everyone gave a "Big thumbs up for Lane
The familiar green and white will arrive in Morgantown on Friday night and that means a prep football match-up between the #1 ranked Owensboro Catholic Aces (4-0) and the 11th ranked Butler County Bears (4-1). Catholic was idle last we
The Butler County High School Volleyball team honored their six seniors on Monday night. The Lady Bears hosted the Lady Wildcats of Edmonson County. Seniors included:
The Bears fell to (4-1) at the hands of the Grayson Co. Cougars by the score of 51-26. Both teams entered the game undefeated, but the Class 5A Cougars running attack was simply too much for the Bears on homecoming night at GCHS.