The Butler County Longbeards will be hosting the 14th Annual National Wild Turkey Federation Hunting Heritage Banquet on March 31, 2012 at the Butler County Education Complex Building. Doors will open at 5:40, dinner at 7:00 pm.
Butler County (1-1) found itself on the wrong side of the score on Monday night at Muhlenberg County in prep softball action. In the varsity game, Butler County's bats were outmanned by Mustang pitcher Nikki Peveler as the Bears fell 7-0.
The Bears look to rebound after a tough loss to Russellville High School Panthers at the BCHS baseball complex on Tuesday night when they head to the South Warren Leadoff Classic this weekend.
The youth soccer sign-up deadline has been extended to March 26. If you already have a sign-up form you may turn that in to the school OR you may mail it to Youth Soccer, 180 Old Dairy Rd. Morgantown, KY 42261 along with the registration fee.
Pictured above: Ryan Oster, fisheries program coordinator for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, holds a large white crappie from Kentucky Lake. Spring crappie fishing on the lake is in full swing with the near record warm temperatures of late.
The BCHS tennis teams kicked-off their 2012 seasons this week. The girls are off to a 2-0 start, while the boys split their two matches, for a 1-1 record.
After the first week of action, the BCHS Baseball saw tough competition in two games, and had two dates canceled due to the heavy rains that came in over the weekend.
In its season opener, the Butler County High School Bears' softball team won an extra inning barn-burner, defeating the Apollo E-Gals 5-4 in ten innings at Owensboro.
The Butler County Bears softball team - 2012 edition - is optimistic about its upcoming season despite losing three starters to graduation, as well battling the injury bug during the preseason.
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