.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's News

  • Parish center to be named after Fr. Chris Allegra

    By Randy Patrick
    rpatrick@kystandard.com

    The Rev. Christopher Allegra played such a major role in building the parish center for Holy Trinity Catholic Church that it seemed only fitting that part of the building be named for him.
    So when Deacon Joe Dant pitched the idea of “Allegra Hall” to the people of the Fredericktown parish, they liked it. So did Louisville Archbishop Joseph Kurtz, who will be speaking at the dedication on May 25.

  • SCC students protest

    Last Monday a group of St. Catharine students gathered at the school’s administration building to draw attention to concerns that communication between the administration and the student body was lacking.

    According to SCC President William Huston, their message was heard.

  • WCHYC fundraiser approaches
  • Start the grazing season off right
  • SCC freshman is MSC Player of the Week

    St. Catharine College freshman southpaw Dylan Shoffner was named Mid-South Conference Pitcher of the Week as announced by conference officials Monday.

    The Central Hardin High School product tossed a one-hit shutout Friday in a 4-0 win over Bluefiled College. Shoffner threw seven innings and struck out 10 Bluefield batters to run his record to 4-1 on the season. Shoffner helped the Patriots sweep the Rams.

    Shoffner ranks sixth in the conference in ERA (1.69) and fifth in batting average against (.197). His 40 strikeouts are third best in the Mid-South.

  • Commanderette on road to recovery after ACL tear

    The Washington County softball team started the season with an impressive 15-0 win over Burgin last week, but the Commanderettes were without one of their regulars in the lopsided victory and that won’t be changing for a few more weeks.

    Samantha Mudd, though, is on the comeback trail and has her mind set on an April 15 return at home against Pulaski County.

    Mudd, a senior first baseman, tore her ACL in the Washington County High School powderpuff game back in October.

  • Pats softball steady at .500

    The St. Catharine College softball team remains at .500 for the season in all respects. The Patriots are 8-8 overall and 2-2 in the Mid-South Conference. Last week Holly Smith’s team continued the break-even pace with a 2-2 week in two conference doubleheaders.

  • WC softball crushes Burgin, 15-0

    Washington County vs. Burgin
    Score:
    15-0 Washington County
    When: Thursday, March 14
    Where: Idle Hour Park
    Key players: WCHS - LeeAnn Abell, Hannah Coulter, Olivia Goatley
    Game highlights: The Commanderette softball team started the season with an impressive showing at home against Burgin on Thursday in a 15-0 win in four innings.

  • Baseball: Commander offense starts hot

    The high school baseball season is underway and the Commanders sent a message during the opening week that while they lost several key pieces from last season, they’re still an offense to be reckoned with. The Commanders scored 27 runs while playing three games in three days last week on their way to posting a 2-1 record with both wins coming in five innings after run-ruling their opponent.

    Washington County vs. Casey County
    Score:
    13-3 Washington County
    When: Saturday, March 16

  • On fire: SCC baseball wins 19 of 20

    Luther Bramblett’s St. Catharine College baseball team has won 19 of its last 20 games to improve to 20-7 for the season. In last week’s action the Bat Pats won all five games, starting with a sweep Tuesday at Mid-Continent University. They followed that by taking all three games in a weekend series against Mid-South Conference rival Bluefield College.