FRANKFORT, Ky. – A few paces inside a tree line that borders an open field thick with chest-high grass lies a tangle of narrow, sun-dappled game trails just a stone’s throw from the Kentucky River below.
For the 4th consecutive year, Matt Jones and his Kentucky Sports Radio cohorts are coming to Morgantown. Jones, along with co-host Ryan Lemond and Shannon the Dude will be in town on Thursday, July 2nd. They will broadcast their show live from Final Finish on Gardner Camp Road from 9-11 a.m.
July 13, the Butler County High School soccer team will begin conditioning for the 2015 season. Due to possible high heat indexes as summer brings, we will begin conditioning at 3:30 to 5:00pm. I am working on a camp, which will be held at the soccer Field, for two days, two hour periods. Any
Butler County Bassmasters held the first Annual Green River Catfish Festival Open Bass Tournament at the Aberdeen Boat Ramp on Green River. "We had a great day on the water at our inaugural event," said Daniel Cardwell.
Basketball fundamentals were being taught last week - June 22-24 - as the Butler County Bears' basketball team hosted their summer camp at the B.C.M.S. gym. The camp is in its third year and was attended by 44 players in grades pre-school through eighth.
Individual awards were given and team accomplishments were recognized recently as the Butler County High School Bears' softball team held its 2015 banquet. The Bears finished the season with a 24-13 record, were runner-up in the Hancock County Lady Hornet Classic, were runner-up in the 12th Dist
The Morgantown-Butler County Swim Team, MBCST, has gotten off to a great start this season. We held our first meet last week June 16th. This was our annual Relay meet teams in attendance were The Portland Sting Rays and The Scottsville Seadragons.
A near-capacity number of participants took part in the 14th Annual Butler County High School Softball Camp, which was held June 8-12 at the B.C.H.S.
With nearly 60 participants, the 34th Annual Green River Road Race went off without a hitch on Saturday, July 13. The 5-mile race runs from Morgantown to Woodbury and has been a staple of the Green River Catfish Festival for decades.
A total of 106 young anglers took part in the Annual Butler County Longbeard's Jakes Day event on Saturday at the Haynes Family property in the Leonard Oak community of Butler County. Each angler paid $15, was provided lunch and got to keep all the fish they caught.