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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With temperatures warming up across the Commonwealth, it is beginning to feel like baseball season. With an earlier start date mandated by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association, high school teams across the state are getting ready to play ball.
Former Butler County standout and current Murray State pitcher CheyAnne Gaskey earned her second collegiate victory Sunday afternoon against Tennessee State.
Butler County Little League will be hosting sign-up at the Upward Basketball games on Saturday, March 10 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the BCMS gym. Entry fee is $50.00.
Anyone interested in coaching Butler County Youth Football for the 2012 season needs to contact Head Coach Ryan Emmick. We are currently preparing for our 2012 Youth Football season and future Youth Football coaching clinics.
BCHS Baseball/ Girls Fastpitch Softball season passes will be on sale at the BCHS front office during school day hours. Adult Season Pass $ 40.00BC Schools Student Pass $ 15.00 GENERAL ADMISSION AT GATE: $3.00 ---STUDENTS K-12
The boys’ basketball team from BCHS traveled to the Sportscenter in Owensboro on Thursday night for the opening round of the 3rd Region Basketball Tournament. The Bears had a tough matchup with the Green Wave of Meade County.
While the Butler County High School Bears (boys’ basketball) were at Owensboro playing in the 3rd Regional Tournament, players from Western Kentucky and the University of Louisville met up at the Butler County High School gym for a friendly and sometimes intense game of dodgeball.
A second member of the Butler County High School football team has signed his national letter of intent to play college football; C.W. Decker, an offensive and defensive lineman for the Bears, signed his letter of intent to play football at Kentucky Wesleyan College on Thursday afternoon.