It's Conference Silly Season: You might think I’m crazy, but I’m hooked on all the conference realignment drama that’s going on in college athletics right now.
To conclude the regular season, the Butler County cross-country team traveled to Logan County on Saturday October 29th to compete in the Meet of Champions.
The Butler Co. Bears lost in overtime at Edmonson Co. by the score of 27- 21, to close out the 2011 regular season. The Bears now 7-3 overall, while the Wildcats finished a perfect 10-0 and both move on next week to prepare for the KHSAA State playoffs.
UPDATE:The Butler County High School Marching Band finished seventh in the state 2A Competition on Saturday at Greenwood High School. BCMS Band Director Boyce Flener and BCHS Band Director Jason Ausbrooks are pictured above with the winning plaque. Congratulations, we are proud of you!
Butler County (7-2) will make the familiar journey up KY 70 East tomorrow night to face an even more familiar foe - the Edmonson County Wildcats (team photo above), who are undefeated at 9-0 on the season.
On Thursday, Oct. 20th, the Butler County Cross Country team traveled to the Muhlenberg South campus for the West Kentucky Championship of Elementary and Middle School teams. Our elementary girls took home first place out of five schools. (Photo Above: Elementary Championship Team
By all accounts the 2011 Butler County Antique Engine and Tractor Club show, held Friday and Saturday at Charles Black T. City Park, was quite a success. This year, the event hosted the Ferguson Enthusiasts of North America East-Central show as well.
Registration for Upward Basketball & Cheerleading will begin on Saturday 11/19/11 from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM at Butler County Middle School Gym and on Saturday 12/10/11 at Aberdeen Baptist Church Gym. It is important to attend this registration as an evaluation will be conducted for basketball
The Butler Co. Bears lost a heartbreaker at Hancock Co. HS by the score of 25-20. The game see-sawed back and forth. The game was a key Class 2A District 2 clash with the winner locking up the #2 seed and a home field advantage in the first round of the Class 2A State Playoffs.
Butler County (7-1 overall and 3-1 in district play) returns to action this week at Hancock County (4-4, 3-1) in a key district contest that will reward the winner with a second place finish and the right to host a first-round h