Video cameras, zoom lenses, recording devices, and reporter's notepads were commonplace on Tuesday, April 3, as the Bowling Green Hot Rods held its annual "Media Day" in anticipation of Thursday's home season opener against the South Bend Silver Hawks. The three-game series will conclude on Satu
The Butler County High School Bears softball team made it three in a row on Tuesday night with an 8-2 home win over University Heights Academy. The win was the third consecutive for the Bears, who defeated Logan County 10-0 on Monday night and Barren County 7-2 on the previous Friday. Butler Co
Beech Tree Media has teamed up with the Bowling Green Hot Rods to broadcast the Beech Tree Radio "Game of the Week" on WLBQ 1570 AM. Each Saturday night, Beech Tree Radio will air the Bowling Green Hot Rods game live.
The BCHS Bears baseball team traveled down to Nashville over the weekend to play a two game contest against Davidson Academy, TN and Murray, KY. The Bears suffered a defeat 7-0 against Murray and lost a tough game to Davidson Academy 5-3.
If you have a child, ages 2-5 years old and want to be a part of a T-ball team, join the Butler County T-Ball and Tiny Tot T-ball teams! You may sign up anytime before July 3, 2012. There is a $30 fee per player and the fee is due no later than July 3.
The BCHS Tennis Teams traveled to Hopkinsville's Ruff Park on Saturday to take on Hopkinsville and Union County:Boys def Hoptown 7-2 and Union Co 6-3 - Record now at 5-4Girls def Hoptown 6-3 and Union Co 6-1 - Record now at 6-1Girls vs HopkinsvilleSingles
Hannah Perry, a 7th grader at BCMS (12 years old) ran her first Half-Marathon on Saturday, sponsored by Total Fitness Connection in Bowling Green for Family Enrichment. She finished 18th place out of 93 females with a time of 1:52:28 and second place in her age group She was the youngest to ru
Thursday, the BCHS tennis teams traveled to Apollo High School to take on the Eagles and E-Gals.
The Warren Central Dragon softball team (0-4) made the short trip up the Natcher Parkway on Monday and returned to Bowling Green a few hours later later with a 13-0 loss to Butler County. The Bears (3-3) exploded for nine runs in the second inning and four runs in the third to secure the 5-innni
The Butler County Bears have had a busy week of baseball so far.