The Bears moved to (5-2) overall, and (1-1) in district with a convincing 49-14 win at home over the Hancock Co. Hornets. The Bears took the opening drive fifty-eight yards in only nine plays; senior running back Ian Embry scoring from three yards out, the kick went wide right.
What began in mid-July has come to a close for the Butler County Middle School softball team. The Bears wrapped up their season last week with 8th grade recognition night and a trip to the middle school state tournament for Regions 1-4, which was held in Owensboro. Butler County finished with a
Week 7 was wet but the Butler County Bears came out with a win 49-14 over Hancock County. With the begining of fall break and the weather the fan base for the Bears (5-2) suffered. Thanks to Tami George for taking this week's pictures....
The Bears fell to 4-2 on the season, with a loss to Owensboro Catholic. The Aces were led by quarterback Ray Zuberer, who threw for six touchdown passes on the night.
On the morning of Saturday, September 26, 2015 41 cadets from the Butler County NJROTC program went to participate in the Paducah Tilghman field meet. This meet consists of many different sporting events ranging from a 50 meter dash to dodgeball.
Week 6 for the Bears was a hard loss to Ownesboro Catholic 14-53. The Bears struggled to get the offense going and the Aces prove too hard to handle on Friday night. Several fans made the trip and school spirit was great. We are sure the Bears will get back on the winning track next week as Ha
Lone BCHS girls golfer, and senior, Emily Wallace will play in her final regional tournament on Tuesday, September 29th, at Hopkinsville Country Club.
The Butler Co. Bears moved to (4-1) with a solid win over Class 5A border rival Grayson Co. by the score of 48-18. The Bears took the opening drive marching down the field in nine plays; QB Rex Henderson scored from one yard out. Logan Richardson’s point after kick good.
The Butler County Bears continue their winning ways as they defeated Grayson County 48-18 on Friday night. The Bears now 4-1 head to Owensboro Catholic this Friday for their first district game. Go Bears!!!!!!
Undaunted by a 14-point second quarter deficit, the Butler County Bears rallied on the road Friday night to hand Apollo a 44-36 loss.