The Butler County Bears returned to McLean County on Tuesday night to take on the McLean County High School Cougars. The game was the sixth contest played by the Bears on the McLean County floor this season.
The Butler County Lady Bears traveled back to McLean County High School on Monday night for the second round of the Touchstone Energy Partners All "A" Classic.
McLean County High School played host to the opening round of the 2012 Touchstone Energy All ‘A’ Classic on Saturday. The Lady Bears and Bears of Butler County played the first two games in the tourney, taking on the teams from Edmonson County High School.
With only three weeks left of regular season action for the boys’ middle school basketball team, they had the luxury of staying at home this week. Both games on Monday and Tuesday were played on the Bears’ home floor. On Monday night the Russellville Panthers came to town for a visit looking fo
The Bears and Lady Bears basketball teams will make the long trip to Calhoun, KY this Saturday where they will begin playing in the 3rd Region Kentucky Touchstone Energy All "A" Classic.
The Bears and Lady Bears loaded on the buses and headed down Highway 79 on Tuesday night. The destination was Logan County High School for a doubleheader with the Cougars and Lady Cougars.
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The Butler County Bears and Lady Bears were at home friday night and their opponents were the high-powered Cougars and Lady Cougars from Grayson County High School. GCHS is a district rival for Butler County and entered the game as the favorites to win the 12th District.
The Butler County High School Cheerleaders competed at the 3rd Region Kapos Cheerleading Competition on Saturday, January 7. The competition took place at Owensboro High School, and featured schools from around the 3rd Region.
Anticipation was high as middle school boys basketball fired back up on Tuesday night after Christmas break as the 7th grade team faced off against Muhlenberg North on the first day back to school. The Bears had traveled to North earlier in the year and was served their only loss for the season