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BC Tennis team takes on Hopkinsville, Union, Russellville, and Franklin-Simpson

The BCHS Tennis Teams traveled to Hopkinsville's Ruff Park on Saturday to take on Hopkinsville and Union County:

Boys def Hoptown 7-2 and Union Co 6-3 - Record now at 5-4
Girls def Hoptown 6-3 and Union Co 6-1 - Record now at 6-1

Girls vs Hopkinsville
1. Chanda Hampton def Olivia Harris 8-0
2. Sierra Fields def Mary Powell 8-2
3. Katona Dockery lost to Claire Campbell 1-8
4. Emily Wallace def Samantha Michard 8-1
5. Hannah Barrow lost to Caroline Heltsley 1-8
6. Dalys Bishop def (No player)



Hannah Perry Completes Half-Marathon

Hannah Perry, a 7th grader at BCMS (12 years old) ran her first Half-Marathon on Saturday, sponsored by Total Fitness Connection in Bowling Green for Family Enrichment.  She finished 18th place out of 93 females with a time of 1:52:28 and second place in her age group   She was the youngest to run the half-marathon. Hannah has been on the Butler County Cross Country team for two years and is currently in her first season of track.


BC Tennis: Girls pick up win; Boys fall to Apollo

Thursday, the BCHS tennis teams traveled to Apollo High School to take on the Eagles and E-Gals.

Against one of the better teams in the 3rd region, the boys team fell 0-9.  Remmington Harpe, playing at #1 singles for the first time, showed great improvement during the match.  Though he lost the match 0-6 0-6, most observers felt it was perhaps the best he had ever played.  Several other boys showed better performances, possibly given the "nothing to lose" mentally of playing a more-advanced boys team.


BC Softball pounds Warren Central; falls to Meade County

Pitcher Morgan Manning

The Warren Central Dragon softball team (0-4) made the short trip up the Natcher Parkway on Monday and returned to Bowling Green a few hours later later with a 13-0 loss to Butler County.  The Bears (3-3) exploded for nine runs in the second inning and four runs in the third to secure the 5-innning win. 

Butler County had 12 hits for the game, including three each by Morgan Manning and Kassie Phelps; and one each for Madeline Drake, Amy Rogers, Natoshia White, Jazmin Reynolds, Alex Embry, and Hannah Peach. 


Bears Baseball picks up exciting win at Metcalfe; falls to Grayson and Warren Central

The Butler County Bears have had a busy week of baseball so far. The week has included a loss 3-1 to Warren Central on Monday, an exciting win at Metcalfe County 11-10 on Tuesday, and a 4-1 loss to Grayson County on Thursday night.  The Bears JV also played two contests over the week, beating Warren Central 6-4 on Monday night, and losing 9-6 to Grayson County on Thursday.


BC Tennis hosts Ohio Co.; Girls travel to Greenwood

In Butler County High School Tennis action, the teams hosted Ohio County on Tuesday, March 27. The girls handled the Lady Eagles with ease defeating them 9-0 while the boys were defeated 2-7 by the Eagles. On Monday, the girls dropped their first match of the season to the Lady Gators of Greenwood 3-6.

Results from the matches are as follows:


Bears Baseball picks up first win of the season in the South Warren Leadoff Classic

Over the weekend the BCHS Bears traveled to South Warren High School for the South Warren Leadoff Classic Tournament. The Bears faced-off against Allen County-Scottsville, South Warren, and Hancock County. 


Cub Scout Pack 208 Hosts Annual Pinewood Derby

The Cub Scout Pack 208 groups from Morgantown held their annual Pinewood Derby race Saturday at 10:00am at the Morgantown Elementary School.

Given only a block of wood and a few basic parts, each Cub Scout was able to use their creativity and a little help from their parents to design their own unique car.

After all the boys were signed in, they placed their cars at the top of the track and watched as they raced down. The track that was used in the races was built by troop leaders Crystal and Kyle Coleman.


Reed Becomes Newest UK Record Holder

Tyler Reed of Morgantown, Kentucky, became the newest University of Kentucky record holder in the 100-freestyle with a time of 42.60 in his last swim meet as a UK Wildcat on Saturday.  Reed finished in fifth place in the finals of the 2012 NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships at the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way, Washington. 


Butler County Tennis Teams Pick Up A Pair of Wins

The BCHS tennis teams hosted Cloverport on Friday night.  The boys match counted as a varsity match, whereas the girls match counted as a junior varsity, allowing for the less experienced on the girls tennis team a chance to compete.



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