The 2014 prep football season will continue on Friday night as the Butler County Bears will play host to the Hancock County Hornets. The Bears (5-3, 3-1) are coming off a 28-16 win at McLean, while the Hornets (4-4, 1-3) suffered a 21-19 home loss against Todd County Central.
With the weather finally ideal for Friday night lights, the Butler County Bears went on the road to face a much improved McLean County team, who were also fighting for playoff ramifications. The Bears would dominate with offensive precision early, but hiccup in the middle.
The Butler County Bears traveled to McLean County on Friday night for a very important district match up. The Bears came out on top 28-16. Several fans made the trip to Livermore for the last regular season road trip. The Bears will host Hancock County on Friday, October 24th and Edmonson Coun
Last Friday, the Butler County Bears traveled to face a winless Todd County Central team. Although the Rebels had not scored double digits in a game all year, they put together a gutsy effort to scare the Bears, who escaped with a 27-23 district win.
The Friday night lights were on in Todd County on October 10th as the Bears made the trip to Elkton to face the Rebels of Todd County Central.
Facing conditions that appeared more favorable for the rushing attack of Union County, the Butler County Bears—shorthanded to begin with—demonstrated smash mouth football that so many appreciate.
Last Friday the Butler County Bears sailed to an impressive 26-8 victory over the Union County Braves. Despite the less than ideal weather conditions, fans still made it out to support the home team. Here are some photos from Jeremy Hack and Diane Dyer of the evening.
Zoie House, a member of the Butler County Cross Country team was the first female to cross the finish line at the First Annual Love for Life 5K Run/Walk at the Ohio County park. The race was held to benefit the Hope for Life Womens Center in Beaver Dam, Ky. The Center's purpose is to support th
A strong Union County team will be making the long trek to Morgantown tonight to face the Butler County Bears in another important district contest. Butler County (2-3, 0-1) is coming off a 52-14 loss against Owensboro Catholic last week. Meanwhile, Union County (3-2, 1-0) defeated Hancock Coun
The angler’s whoop traveled fast and loud over the water from the back of Buck Creek on Cave Run Lake.