Today's News

  • Patriot mens’ soccer falls to Campbellsville, Bryan College

    The St. Catharine College mens’ soccer team faced two tough challenges on the road last week. And Tim Wolz’s team dropped both decisions with a 4-0 loss to Campbellsville University on Tuesday and a 2-0 setback at Bryan College (Tenn.) on Saturday. The Patriots now stand at 6-7 overall and 2-3 in conference play.

  • SCC volleyball blanks Midway for third straight win

    In college volleyball Thursday, the St. Catharine College Patriots visited Midway College and blanked the Eagles in straight sets. The Patriots, 7-14, won 25-21, 25-15, 26-24. The victory, the Patriots’ third-consecutive win, gave St. Catharine a 7-14 record. Midway fell to 1-12.

    The Patriots hit .231 for the match. Maggie Goben led the way at .375 as the freshman from Louisville Butler High School had eight kills. Rebecca Just, a freshman Louisville Manual, had 13 kills and hit .313. Sophomore Allie Southard had 11 kills while hitting .296.

  • St. Catharine climbs over Mountaineers for 6-0 win in womens’ soccer


    It was a totally-dominating performance Saturday for the St. Catharine College women as they topped the visiting Mountaineers of Berea College 6-0. The victory improved Paul Patton’s team’s record to 6-3-2, while Berea fell to 3-6.

    The Patriots scored three goals in each half and had many more opportunities that were turned away by some excellent play from Mountaineer goalkeeper Katie Downey, who had 13 saves. St. Catharine fired 31 shots overall and 19 on goal, while Berea had no shots for the game.

  • Washington County football returns home for Bardstown

    Washington County (1-6) football is coming off its first win of the season in a district matchup with Fort Knox (1-6), but they’ll get a much steeper challenge within the district this week when they return home to host Bardstown (6-1).

    The Tigers are coming off a 41-6 loss at the hands of Christian-Academy Lousville, and Washington County Head Coach Eric Sagrecy knows they don’t need any extra motivation.

  • WC volleyball moves on to second round of district tournament


    The season rolls on for the Commanderrette volleyball team (15-16), who advanced to the second round of the 19th District tournament on Monday night.

    Washington County, the four seed, took on Bardstown, the five seed, in the lone first-round game of the newly-constructed five-team district tournament, and WC came away with a 3-1 (25-17, 25-27, 25-20, 25-19) victory.

  • Commanders cruise to win No. 1


    The Commander (1-6) offense broke loose in a big way in a 41-6 win at Fort Knox (1-6) on Friday -- their first of the season -- with junior Tylyn Byas providing much of the spark with four touchdowns (three rushing and one receiving).

    Washington County’s rushing game came to life for 301 yards on 36 carries, while junior quarterback Morgan Churchill completed 8-of-17 passes for 144 yards, one touchdown and one interception.

  • Details emerge about Marvin Downs Lane victim


  • Free vision screening and blood pressure testing


    The Springfield Lions Club is sponsoring a free eye screening and blood pressure testing on Saturday, Oct. 6 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Robertson building.

    Dr. Cecconi and Dr. Taylor will be doing the eye exams.

  • Bookmobile schedule for 10-03-12


    Monday, Oct. 8: Springfield intown daycares – 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

    Tuesday, Oct. 9: Mackville/Willisburg town  - 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

  • BIRTH - Spalding: It’s a girl!


    Amanda and Scott Spalding of Springfield announce the birth of their daughter at 5:36 p.m. on Aug. 21, 2012 at Norton Suburban Hospital in Louisville.

    Avalyn Kadence Spalding weighed 9 pounds and was 21 inches in length.
    Maternal  grandparents are Bruce and Sharon Chesser of Willisburg.
    Paternal grandparents are Tommy and Doris Spalding of Springfield.