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Today's News

  • Patriots place 13th in golf tournament

    SCC Sports Information

    It wasn’t exactly a lucky number when the St. Catharine College Patriots finished 13th last week in the Mid-South Conference Spring Invitational Golf Tournament. The University of the Cumberlands hosted the tournament at Crooked Creek Golf Course.

    The Patriots were ninth in the 19 team field after the first day of play Thursday as they shot a 317 total. But on Friday they carded a 344 which sent them to 13th place.

  • Terrell officially named new WCHS principal

    He’s a familiar face in a familiar place, but now that Paul Terrell has been named as the full-time principal at Washington County High School, he says he feels great about leading WCHS into the future.

  • County magistrates concerned about some local roads

    Anyone who has driven around Springfield lately knows that road construction season is in high gear. At the Friday’s meeting of the Washington County Fiscal Court, members of District 4 of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet updated the county on some of the projects currently under way.

  • Commander Football Mulch Sale

    The Washington County football Commanders are now taking orders for their annual mulch sale fundraiser. The team is offering free delivery.

    Delivery dates will be March 31, April 1 and April 2. For pricing information or to place an order, please contact a member of the team or call Coach Perry at (859) 338-1471.

  • 4-H members visit Frankfort

    Approximately 1,000 4-H members from across the state converged on Frankfort for 4-H Capitol Experience day last week.  The day gave 4-H members a chance to not only tour the Capitol but also to visit with their legislators and to see state government in action.

  • Idle Hour Park Youth League Sign-Ups

    Youth league sign-ups continue this weekend at Idle Hour Park for boys’ and girls’ T-ball, boys’ and girls’ coach pitch, girls’ Little League softball and boys’ Little League baseball.

    All sign-ups will be held at Idle Hour Park.

    Dates and times for sign-ups are Friday, March 26 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, March 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

  • St. Catharine tabs Stevenson as new volleyball coach

    SCC Sports Information

    Adam Stevenson is accustomed to being around winning college volleyball programs. And the Illinois native plans to bring that winning attitude to St. Catharine College. SCC athletic director Mike Doig announced recently that Stevenson will immediately start as the new head coach as he prepares for the Patriots’ 2010 season.

  • Wolz to coach Patriot men’s soccer

    SCC Sports Information

    Tim Wolz is not unfamiliar with soccer in the Mid-South Conference. For eight years he coached soccer at the University of the Cumberlands, where he was named Conference Coach of the Year in 2002. Now Wolz will reacquaint himself with the Mid-South Conference as he was recently named as the coach of the men’s team at St. Catharine College. Paul Patton has coached both the men and women at SCC for the last four years and will remain as the women’s coach.

  • Social news and events

    BIRTHS

    Russell: It's a boy!

    Isaiah Kevin Russell

    Kevin and Becky Russell of Mackville announce the birth of their son on Jan. 25, 2010.

    Isaiah Kevin weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces and was 20 inches in length.

    ENGAGEMENTS

    Medley-Smith

    Celeste Medley and Jeremy Smith

    Sharon and Danny Medley of Springfield announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Celeste, to Jeremy Smith, son of Rose and Larry Smith of Springfield.

  • Bat Pats win streak at 11; 8-0 in conference

    SCC Sports Information

    Since Abner Doubleday threw out the first pitch, baseball experts have held that the key to successful seasons are centered on good pitching and defense. And while most will still subscribe to that philosophy, St. Catharine College head coach Luther Bramblett sees another component that is fairly important.

    “We have had solid pitching and have played good defense all season, but now we are starting to hit the ball,” said Bramblett. “We are executing on offense and doing the little things offensively that win ballgames.”