Two games into the 2015 season and the opening minutes of a game doesn't appear to be the Butler County's strong suit. But, finishing strong is as the Bears handed rival Edm
The Butler County High School Volleyball team’s season is underway. The team is coached by Steve McLean, assistants Kim Grubb and Jazmin Reynolds. The varsity squad is 1-10 with a 2-1 win over Glasgow ( 10-25, 25-22, 25-22). The Lady Bears have shown a great deal of improvement from last year
The Butler County Bears and several fans traveled Hwy 70 to Edmonson County on Friday night. The Wildcats celebrated homecoming, the Bears celebrated a 49-14 win. Gage Ward, who suffered a broken leg in the season opener, who on the sideline in a wheelchair. The team escorted him to the field
The Bears JV football team opened up with a 22-14 come from behind win over Edmonson Co. JV. The Bears JV squad is composed almost entirely with sophomores and freshman.
The Lady Bears were somewhat less than hospitable to the Lady Cougars and Fighting Tigers as they hosted them for the first week of the abbreviated season with two games this week. The decision was made to build on the numerous younger players with a strong JV team before going back to a full JV
The Butler County Cross Country Team ran in their first race on Saturday, August 29th at Ephram White Park in Bowling Green. Nolan Johnson (senior) won 14th place with his person best time yet. Parker Smith (4th grade) won 6th place out of 207 elementary boys. The entire boys elementary team p
Most 5-year-olds are interested in cartoons, toys, and video games.Trenton Butler is five, and enjoys those things, but he has a passion for racing 4-wheelers, and even at his young age he’s a force to be reckoned with when he’s on his quad.
Against the backdrop of a homecoming crowd and a game billed as the ServPro Kickoff Classic, the Butler County Bears will square off tonight against the Edmonson County Wildcats at Brownsville. The game is set for a 7 p.m.
Despite an offensive burst out of the gate by Logan County, the Butler County Bears roared back on Friday night to rout the visiting Cougars 46-6 on the opening night of the high school football season. Three quick runs by the Cougars pushed the ball downfield to inside the Bears' 5-yard line.
The Butler County Bears did not disappoint in Week One of the 2015 season. The Bears took care of things on the field defeating the Logan County Cougars 46-6, but there was plenty of action on the sidelines as well. We wish Gage Ward a speedy recovery.