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.
After a little time off for celebrating Thanksgiving, BCMS Bear's Basketball was back in full swing this week with three games, one at home and two away.
Off the Court will share with our readers pictures from both the Bears and Lady Bears games throughout the week. Enjoy!
The Butler County Bears opened their 20011-12 basketball season on Tuesday night in Morgantown. They were facing Owensboro Apollo High School, one of the teams coach Greg Woodcock added to the schedule for this season to test his young team against a better caliber opponent.
The 2011-12 edition of the Butler County Lady Bears debuted on Monday in Morgantown before a sparse crowd. The opening night opponent for the Bears was the Lady Hornets from Hancock County. Hancock came in to the game looking to avenge a season-opening home loss to the Lady Bears a year ago.
With this being Thanksgiving week one might think that there wouldn't be much basketball action, but the BCMS boys basketball team managed to get in four games, two 7th and two 8th. Monday night the 7th and 8th grade teams had home games against a team out of Daviess County called College View.
It’s tipoff time for the basketball teams at Butler County High School. The Bears and Lady Bears will see their seasons start this week and both teams will hit the hardwood this year with plenty of new faces and expectations for the upcoming season.