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Today's News

  • Athletic facilities construction continues on schedule at SCC


    Despite the incessant rains of the 2011 spring, the new track at St. Catharine College is still “on track” for completion by the start of the fall semester in August.

    Along with the track and its many amenities, there will be a refurbished soccer field, six tennis courts and lights all around to provide for night events.

  • String tourney winners named


    The Lincoln Men’s Club held their String Tournament on Sunday at Lincoln Homestead Golf Course.

    David Carney shot a 65 to win by four strokes over Joe B. Yates,  who fired a 69.
    Ted McNeal finished third with a 70.
    The next scheduled event is a pick-up Calcutta scramble on Saturday, June 11 at 1 p.m.
    The Red, White, and Blue tournament will be the following day, June 12, at 3 p.m.
    It is not too late to join the club and there are more events to come this year.

  • New tennis program takes shape at SCC


    As the coach of the first tennis program at St. Catharine College, Jim Coomer has taken several different routes to fill the rosters for the men’s and women’s teams. His most recent journey took him west where he signed two players at Paducah Tilghman High School.

    Ethan Rowton,  one of the top players in the state, and Felipe Barrcentos, a native of Colombia, South America, signed in Paducah on Saturday.

  • JV team falls in district


    Washington County won the first game of the junior varsity 19th District tournament, beating Bethlehem 2-1.

    Thomas Spalding got the win from the mound.
    The Commanders lost to Bardstown 4-1 in the championship game.
    Bardstown scored two runs in the second and the third.
    Washington County had a chance to score in the fourth and fifth, but couldn’t push any runners across.
    Will Begley took the loss from the mound.
    The junior varsity squad finished 7-5 on the year, claiming second in the district.

  • Little League continues


    Nine-and-10-year-old baseball
    Reds 14, Dodgers 0
    Oscar Saucedo tossed a no-hitter and had two hits in the Reds’ big win over the Dodgers. Justin Mitchell was the losing pitcher.

    Braves 9, Dodgers 7
    John Floyd took the win from the mound, while Noah Abell was the losing pitcher.

    Reds 11, Braves 7
    Tevin Hodges earned the win, as Justice Hood took the loss.

    Dodgers 4, Orioles 2

  • Commanderettes fall to Adair


    The 19th District tournament began on Monday night at Idle Hour Park.

    The Commanderettes were scheduled to play Bethlehem, but had to reschedule for Tuesday evening due to weather.
    Results from that contest were unknown at press time.
    The winner of the Washington County / Bethlehem game will play Nelson County (9-19) for the district championship on Wednesday night at Idle Hour Park.
    Nelson beat Bardstown 17-3 in the first round of district to keep its  hope of over 20 consecutive district titles alive.

  • WC reaches 20 wins


    The Commanders were scheduled to play Bethlehem on Tuesday night at Tom Bystrek Field in the first round of the 19th District tournament.
    The winner of that game advances to play Nelson County in the finals of the district tournament on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.

    Washington County vs. North Bullitt
    Score:
    15-3 Washington County
    When: Friday, May 20
    Where: Tom Bystrek Field

  • State track meet schedule

    The Class AA state track meet begins at 1 p.m. on May 26 at Owsley Frazier Cardinal Park at the University of Louisville.

    Events of interest for Washington County fans are as follows:

    1 p.m. - Boys’ high jump (Qwan Turner)
    2:45 p.m - Boys’ long jump (Qwan Turner)
    4:45 p.m. - Girls’ 4x200 meter relay (Shay Yocum, Alex Yantis, Moriah Hourigan, Gabbie Cheser)

  • Leaping to state


    The Washington County High School track team continued its string of success on Thursday night, sending five athletes to the state meet to participate in four events.

    The girls’ 4x100 meter relay team (Shay Yocum, Alex Yantis, Moriah Hourigan, Gabbie Cheser) nabbed second place in the regional event, which automatically qualified it for state.
    The girls’ 4x200 meter relay team (Yocum, Yantis, Hourigan, Cheser) qualified for the state meet as well, earning third place at region.

  • Suspected EHM outbreak reported

    We received this information from the Kentucky Horse Council Inc., and we thought we needed to share it with you all. The following information is from the Kentucky Office of the State Veterinarian, Robert Stout, DVM.