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Today's News

  • “Take a Break for Health” this month with 4-H

    “Take a Break for Health” is the theme for February’s Kentucky 4-H Health Month.  Families can work together to help live a healthier lifestyle not only in February but for 2013! There are several core areas that you can consider planning family activities around: physical activity, safety, healthy eating and personal development.

  • GAP training to sell tobacco

    Tobacco GAP training:
    In case you haven’t heard, selling tobacco this year will require a GAP Certificate. GAP stands for Good Agricultural Practices and is being required by all tobacco companies. Some of the companies have been doing this for a few years but this winter the companies met and decided that everyone purchasing tobacco would require this certificate. There have been and will be many meetings across the State offering this opportunity to producers.

  • Howard named Player of the Week in MSC again

     

    For the second consecutive week Janae Howard has been named Player of the Week in the Mid-South Conference. That announcement came from conference officials Monday afternoon.

    After getting 21.5 points and 5.5 rebounds a game when she won the award the first time, Howard boosted that to 31.5 points a game, along with 10.5 rebounds, in the two games last week. She scored a career high 40 points in St. Catharine’s 71-54 win over No. 16-ranked Bethel (Tenn.) last Monday and also grabbed 12 rebounds.

  • McDannold takes over SCC volleyball program

    Jason McDannold is very familiar with the St. Catharine College volleyball program and, in fact, familiar with volleyball at all levels around Kentucky – and beyond. And now, as the new head coach at St. Catharine, McDannold will use that familiarity to build the Patriots program.

    McDannold, a 1989 graduate of Woodford County High School, was assistant coach at St. Catharine in 2011 before leaving to take a job in state government in Frankfort. But he continued to coach at the club level and always maintained his passion for the sport.

  • SCC softball optimistic for 2013 with strong core returning

     

    The importance of experienced athletes in college sports is hard to overestimate. And the adage that a successful softball team must be strong up the middle is equally difficult to dispute. Considering those two axioms, it should be a banner year for the St. Catharine College Patriots.

  • Bat Pats dominate Hilltoppers in home-opening series

     

    After eight tough games on the road to open the season, the St. Catharine College baseball team finally got to enjoy the comforts of home with a three game series against Ohio University – Chillicothe. And not only did they find home comforting, the Bat Pats also found home plate often as they outscored the visiting Hilltoppers 71-5 in the three game set.

  • SCC women split pair, knock off No. 16 Bethel

    The St. Catharine College women had a big non-conference win last Monday over Bethel University, who came to Lourdes Hall as the No. 16 team in the latest NAIA poll. But following that big victory, Lena Bramblett’s team suffered a tough setback to Mid-South Conference for Bluefield College.

    The 1-1 week left the Patriots with an overall record of 18-8 and a conference mark of 10-7. That puts the Patriots alone in fifth place in the conference as the season winds down with three games remaining, all on the road.

  • Boys get set for district following two losses

    Washington County @ Fort Knox
    Score:
    70-57 Fort Knox
    When: Saturday, Feb. 16
    Where: Fort Knox High School
    Key players: WCHS - Alex Marshall
    Game highlights: The Washington County boys (6-21) had their last tuneup before Tuesday’s district bout with Bethlehem on Saturday at Fort Knox. The host Eagles (11-15) won the regular season finale 70-57.

  • Patriots’ streak hits 7

     

    It is not a game film that St. Catharine College coach J.T. Burton will want to show future teams about playing good basketball. But after giving up a 22-point second-half lead and committing 29 turnovers, the Patriots survived to beat visiting Bluefield College 89-86 in overtime in Mid-South Conference action Thursday.

  • Strong finish: Commanderettes end regular season with back-to-back wins

     

    Washington County @ Fort Knox
    Score:
    50-28 Washington County
    When: Saturday, Feb. 16
    Where: Fort Knox High School
    Key players: WCHS - Kenya Turner, Jennifer Keene
    Game highlights: The Commanderette basketball team (15-12) closed out the regular season with wins in five of their final seven contests, including back-to-back victories to head into this week’s district tournament on the right foot.