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BCHS Basketball hosts annual camp

It was camp time at Butler County High School as Coach Calvin Dockery and the boys' basketball team held its annual skills camp.  About 30 campers in grades 4-8 took part last week (9 a.m. to 12 p.m.); on Monday and Tuesday of this week, approximately 20 campers in graders preschool through third grade took part (9 a.m. to 11 a.m.) - combining for over 50 participants during the four-day camp.


Bears Softball nears halfway point with 10-6-1 record; JV team is undefeated at 8-0

Amy Rogers fields the bunt.

With the first half of the 2014 softball season nearly over, the Butler County Bears' softball team has notched ten wins against six losses and one tie (tournament play).  With a season cap of 36 varsity games, the Bears have 19 games remaining before the post-season.  

In their last outing on April 26, the Bears came from behind to defeat visiting Apollo 4-3 in eight innings.  A home run blast to right-center by Lynsie Clark followed by basehits by Kassie Phelps and Amy Rogers set the stage for Hannah Peach's single up the middle for the walk-off win.  


Bears wrap regular season with win over Frederick Fraize

Butler County got back on the winning track last night with a 82-65 win over Frederick Fraize High School (Cloverport).  It was Senior Night as the Bears recognized Drew Henderson, Zeke Woodcock, and Trevor Jenkins at their last regular season home game.  Butler County took control of the game early and never looked back en route to the big win.

Zack Burden


Bears go 1-2 in Campbellsville Holiday Classic

Senior Zeke Woodcock drilled a three-pointer from mid-court at the buzzer to lift the Butler County Bears to a 61-58 win over host Campbellsville on Saturday, December 28.  The game was the Bears' third of the Campbellsville Holiday Classic.  Woodcock was named to the All Tournament team and Trevor Jenkins was named to the All-Academic team.

Zeke Woodcock


Prep Basketball: Bears beat AC-S; lose at Hancock

Blake Graham speaks with John Embry on WLBQ 1570 after the win.

The Butler County boys' basketball team let one slip away on Friday night at Hancock County but rallied on Monday afternoon in Morgantown to defeat Allen County-Scottsville on a last-second basket by freshman Blake Graham.  The Bears fell 71-63 to Hancock at Lewisport but  were able to squeeze out a 61-59 win over the Patriots.  Butler County was without the services of Zack Burden, who was suspended by KHSAA for two games following last week's game at Ohio County.


MS Basketball: BCMS boys' defeat Edmonson

On the heels of round two of expected inclement weather, the BCMS Bears were only able to get in one of their three scheduled games last week.  Spurred by a victory the week before, the Bears were anxious to get on the floor again and keep their winning streak alive.  They did just that on Monday night when the Edmonson County Wildcats came to town.  The Bears had traveled earlier in the season to Edmonson county to split with the Wildcats with the 7th grade picking up a win and the 8th grade losing by 9.  So was not to be the case on the Bears’ home floor.


BC Girls' Fall Softball League:Lunachicks win championship


The Butler County Girls' Softball Fall Season has wrapped up with the Lunachicks winning the championship 11-9 over the Pink Panthers.  The Pink Panthers gave them a run for their game and placed 2nd.  The Babes came in 3rd and the Hotstix finished in 4th place.

Pink Panthers


Prep Football: Bears pound Rebels 32-10

Butler County got back on the winning side of the ledger on Friday night with a 32-10 thrashing of visiting Todd County Central.  The Bears (4-3, 1-2) built on a 19-3 halftime lead en route to their first Class 2A, District 2 win of the season. 


PICK SIX: BCHS Bears pound Logan County in football home opener


Fueled by six interceptions and a large home crowd, the Butler County High School Bears football team walloped visiting neighbor Logan County 47-0 on Friday night in Morgantown. Butler County took control of the game from the start and had racked up enough points in the third quarter to enact a running clock. 


BCHS Softball recognizes team, individual accomplishments at awards banquet

Seniors: Payton Grubb, Morgan Manning, Jazmin Reynolds, and Madeline Drake

The Butler County Bears Softball 2013 season came full circle on July 22 with the team's annual awards banquet.

Madeline Drake



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