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Today's News

  • Lady Pats win two of three


    The St. Catharine College women’s basketball team continued its near .500 play last week with two wins in three games, all at home.

    The 2-1 week gave Lena Bramblett’s squad an 8-10 overall mark. With a split of the two conference games last week the Patriots stand 3-3 in the Mid-South Conference, which puts them in fifth place in the 10-team league.
    Mid-Continent

  • Patriots take over first place in the Mid-South

    SCC Sports Information

    In less than three years as a member of the NAIA, J.T. Burton’s St. Catharine College Patriots have garnered national attention.

    That exposure has increased even more this year with wins over some nationally ranked NAIA opponents and an exhibition victory over Bellarmine University, who at the time was ranked first in NCAA D-II.

  • WCHS baseball team to host chili supper

    The Washington County High School baseball team will be hosting a chili supper on Feb. 5 from 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the WCHS cafeteria.

    Admission is $6 for adults and $3 for children.
    The price of admission includes chili, peanut butter sandwiches, tea and desserts.
    Tickets can be purchased from baseball players or at the door the night of the chili supper.
    Three baskets will be auctioned off, including a University of Kentucky basket, a Washington County basket and a car care basket.

  • Abell named softball coach


    A name long associated with baseball in Washington County will soon try  coaching softball.

    Leonard Abell, who played for the Commanders from 1989 to 1993 and for St. Catharine briefly, was named the Commanderettes head coach on Friday by WCHS Principal Paul Terrell.
    Abell will take the job on an interim basis for one year.
    “I think he’ll do a really great job,” Terrell said.

  • Commanderettes beat Banshees, pick up win


    Washington County vs. Bethlehem
    Score: 47-36 Washington County
    When: Friday, Jan. 7
    Where: Bethlehem High School
    Key players: WCHS - Shay Yocum, Kenya Turner. BHS - Shawn Zellers

    Game highlights: The Commanderettes (4-6) used a strong second quarter to claim a lead they would hold for the rest of the game.
    Washington County used its distinct height advantage to out muscle the Banshees.

  • St. Catharine College offers community education classes

     

    The start of the new year signals a time of change, and many people make a resolution to attend college. Some may simply decide to learn more about a particular craft, hobby or concentrate on a specific area that interests them.

  • Census paints good picture of Washington County

    Newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that household incomes and home prices in Washington County have dramatically risen in the last decade since the survey was conducted.
    Despite a sluggish national economy. median household incomes for Washington County have skyrocketed from $33,136 in 2000 to about $42,995 in 2010, the report shows. That’s just above the state annual income average of $41,197.

  • Yocum joins the 500-point club


    A new member of the Washington County High School girls’ basketball 500-point club was initiated Tuesday, Jan. 4, during the first quarter of the Commanderettes’ game against Bardstown.

    Junior Shay Yocum reached the milestone early in the game and finished with 19 points in a 52-45 loss to the Lady Tigers.

  • County may exceed road salt budget

     

    Old Man Winter isn’t watching his salt intake this season.
    With several snowfalls already this year, the Washington County Road Department is taking a hit.
    County Road Supervisor Albert Wimsatt said the department has already spent nearly $14,000 on salt this season.

  • Rivalries old and new


    The Commanderettes take a break from district action this week to take on one unfamiliar opponent and one familiar rival.

    On Saturday, the Commanderettes travel to the Roby Dome in Lebanon to play in the Autism Awareness Classic.
    There, they will blow the dust off of an old rivalry with North Hardin (4-7). These foes both play in the Fifth Region but haven’t faced each other in at least 14 years.