Butler Co. football, made sure Senior night was one the eleven seniors would remember. The Bears crushed the Todd Co. Central Rebels 42-0 in the last regular season home game.
The Butler County Bears put week eight into the score book on Friday night with a 42-0 win over district opponent Todd County Central. The BCHS football team and cheerleaders wore PINK in honor and in memory of all those effected by breast cancer. With Butler County Schools on fall break the at
Friday was the 2011 Butler County High School Fall Sports Senior night. Recognized were the senior athletes from a variety of fall sports, including boys’ and girls’ soccer, boys’ golf, cheerleading, and football. Pictured above: Dillen White, son of Billy and Connie White of the Northside.
It’s Saturday night, October 1st, at Cedar Ridge Speedway—the final night of the season for the Butler County track. Trucks pulling trailers loaded with dirt track cars have been arriving all afternoon. Around the track, seasoned drivers and pit crews unload open wheel and stock cars
The stands at the WKU Softball Complex was full of Butler Countians on Saturday afternoon in support of former BCHS softball standout CheyAnne Gaskey. Gaskey did not disappoint as she took the mound against WKU and came away with the win.
Tom Gauthier Headed to Sister Team in New Hampshire
The BCHS Bears improved to (6-1) overall with a key district win over the Union Co. Braves by the score of 33-0, Friday night at Morganfield, Ky. The Bears most notable part of the game would have to be the defense.
The Butler County Bears loaded the buses and headed to Union County on Friday night. With the combination of a two hour road trip and the beginning of Fall Break the Butler County crowd was a little smaller than normal. Fans may not of showed up for the game, several listened to the game on BTR
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