Every Saturday for the next couple of months you will find a large number of boys and girls in the gyms at Morgantown Elementary and North Butler. Yes, that's right. Jr. Pro boys basketball and cheerleading is in full swing.
A solid first half of basketball by the Butler County Lady Bears (1-3) was overshadowed on Monday night in the second half as the Greenwood Lady Gators came to Morgantown and left with a 66-35 win.
Whitesville, KY was the destination on Friday night when the basketball teams from Butler County High School loaded up the bus and hit the road.
To conclude the Butler County Cross-Country season, a banquet was held on Thursday, December 8th at Butler County High School to honor this years' athletes.
It wasn't pretty, but they got the job done. That just about sums up this weeks' basketball action for the BCMS boy's basketball team. The Bears only match up this week was at home against Edmonson County. This wasn't the first time these two teams had met this season. Butler County traveled
The Butler County Bears traveled up the Natcher Parkway on Tuesday night to Bowling Green to take on the Blue Raiders of Warren East High School. The Raiders are yet another team that Coach Greg Woodcock added to the schedule this season to test his Bears against tougher competition.
The Oak Ridge Lady Warriors continue their winning streak this past Thursday beating North Hardin 18-16. Taylor Harris and DeeDee Bratcher both had 6 points and Cortney Jo Williams and Hannah Burden with 3 each.
The Butler County Bears returned home on Saturday night to take on the visiting Panthers of Russellville High School. Both teams came into the game winless on the young season and were hungry to grab a victory.
The Bears and Lady Bears headed into hostile territory on Friday night to open district play against Grayson County High School in Leitchfield. In the first game the Lady Bears faced the Lady Cougars.