The Morgantown-Butler County Swim Team is now taking signups for the 2012 season. We are looking forward to a great season.
Last week proved to be a tough one for Butler County High School softball as the Bears fell to two district opponents - Grayson County and Edmonson County - by a score of 3-2 and 5-1, respectively. The losses mean Butler County (15-10) will either be a #2 or #3 seed for the 12th District tournam
After a rain out at Glasgow on Thursday night, the BCHS Bears baseball team returned home to take on the Caverna High School Colonels in a Varsity/Junior Varsity doubleheader on Friday night. This marked the second meeting of the two schools this spring. In their first match-up, the Bears were
Full Count, bases loaded, two outs, down a run with a senior at the plate on senior day.
It doesn’t get much better than that.
Cedar Ridge Speedway started their 2012 season on Saturday, April 28th. Points started for all divisions. Cedar Ridge Speedway is located just 2 miles west of Morgantown, KY off the William Natcher Parkway on Hwy. 70.
Bowling Green loses two straight for the first time since April 9-10
On Tuesday night the BCHS Bears baseball team hosted the Edmonson County Wildcats (10-11) for a district varsity/junior varsity double header. This marked the first time the two teams have met this season, and the first home district game for the Bears this year. BCHS was able to provide a clea
The Butler County High School softball team picked up its third 12th District win last week with a hard-fought 5-4 decision over rival Edmonson County at Brownsville. Later in the week, the Bears easily downed Russellville (18-3) on Thursday, before getting a pair of wins on Friday in the rain-s
The BCHS baseball team had busy week with 3 varsity and 3 junior varsity games. The varsity dropped a heart breaker to Greenwood on Monday night, won big 16-1 over Caverna on Tuesday night, and lost 5-1 to Warren Central on Thursday night. The scheduled Saturday game at Logan County was cancele
After three years as the head coach of the Butler County High School boys basketball team, Greg Woodcock has announced that he will step down from coaching.