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.
The 2012 tennis season kicked off with a scrimmage on Thursday evening (March 1st), with the Butler County Bears visiting the South Warren Spartans. The girls and boys teams played 6 singles and 2 doubles.
Tennis season is fast approaching and members of the BCHS tennis team will kick off their season today with a scrimmage at South Warren High School. Their first match is March 19 at Logan County. Clint Dockery returns as the coach for the Bears and Lady Bears this season.
The Bears Baseball team worked their skills off the diamond this past weekend when they went on a team retreat to the Gasper River Retreat Center. Players and coaches left practice early Friday afternoon and stayed the night at the retreat.
News: Mid-Season Testing starts next week (2/27-3/2) Overall Standings: (captain in parenthesis)Team 1 (Zeke Woodcock) 62Team 2 (Kole Dean) 52Team 3 (Elijah Flener) 43Team 5 (Travis Brooks) 43
University of Kentucky Senior Tyler Reed qualified for the 2012 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships on Saturday afternoon in Athens, Georgia at the Bulldog Last Chance meet. Reed swam a 43.08 in the men’s 100-freestyle, placing him in the B-cut time slot for NCAA qualifications.
A large, vocal crowd packed the gymnasium at Grayson County High School on Friday night for the championship game of the 12th District Boys Basketball Tournament.
Two athletic teams from Belmont Christian Academy (BCA) are returning home from Lexington tonight with a couple of championship trophies from the Kentucky Christian School Athletic Association State Tournament.
Although basketball season for the Butler County Lady Bears ended with a 58-52 defeat at the hands of the Lady Wildcats of Edmonson County in the first round of the 12th District Tournament, several members of the team made the trip to Leitchfield to receive post-season awards.