The Butler County Bears' football team took care of business Friday night with an impressive and decisive 28-14 homecoming win over a solid Fort Knox team.
The Butler County Bears are now 3-0 on the season as they defeated the Eagles of Ft. Knox 28-14. A beautiful night for football, homecoming, and fun in the stands. From the Sidelines offers readers a glimpse of action off the field.
Butler County (2-0) opens its home season Friday night with a homecoming contest against Fort Knox (1-1). BCHS Homecoming festivities will commence at 6:20 p.m. with the opening kick-off set for 7 p.m.
The Butler County Middle School football season has started. The Bears will play their first conference game on Tuesday night as they travel to Hancock County. Coach Lloyd Havens is coaching the team this year and they are 4-0 at this time.
The 6th Annual BCHS Project Prom 5K Bear Run/Walk will be held on Saturday, September 8th. The race will start at 9:00 a.m. at the Charles T. Black Park. Race day registration begins at 7:45 a.m. and the awards ceremony is scheduled for 10:15 a.m.
The Butler County High School Boys' Soccer team is in full swing. The Bears (0-3) are a young team but the future looks bright. Head coach, Nate Noble is in his first year as the high school coach. Former BCHS soccer player, Landon Hampton is the assistant coach.
Butler Co. Bears moved to (2-0) on the season; the fallen foe this past week was the Breck Co. Tigers now (0-2). The Bears took advantage of Breck Co.’s inability to take care of the football. Turnovers, five Breck Co.
"Meet the Bears" will feature different athletes from Butler County High School Sports. The first edition is featuring the senior class of the 2012 football team.
Ricky Palmer (pictured above) is the son of Tom and Shellie Palmer.