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Today's News

  • Patriots split conference doubleheader


    In Mid-South Conference basketball action Thursday night at St. Catharine College, the Patriots were able to gain a split against the visiting West Virginia Tech Bears. 

    In the women’s game, Lena Bramblett’s team downed the Bears 74-64. In the men’s contest, the Patriots of J.T. Burton fell 100-92 in overtime.    

  • SCC baseball wins one of three


    It took a 10-hour bus ride and an extra day added to the trip, but the St. Catharine College baseball team was able to get in all four games of the opening series of the season.

     Luther Bramblett’s Bat Pats traveled to Alabama to play the University of Mobile last weekend and returned with one win in the two doubleheaders. After getting rained out on Friday, St. Catharine dropped a twin bill, 4-2 and 7-1, on Saturday. On Sunday they won the opener 5-4 but lost the second game 5-3.

  • Patriots baseball look to leadership in upcoming campaign


    The age old axiom in baseball is that a team must be strong up the middle to be successful. For Luther Bramblett’s St. Catharine College Patriots, that wisdom should translate into victories for the 2011 squad.

    The Patriots, who began the season Friday in Alabama against the University of Mobile, will have three senior catchers, a senior shortstop and two junior transfers at second base and center field.

  • Commanderettes look for momentum going into the postseason


    After battling through the toughest stretch of their season, the Commanderettes look to gain momentum heading into the postseason.

    Washington County dropped three straight to Owensboro Catholic, Marion and Nelson last week, but hope to rebound this week.
    The Commanderettes open with Nicholas County (4-11) on Friday.
    They will travel to the new gym at Nicholas County High School for a 6 p.m. tipoff.
    The Lady Jackets are led by Reesa Martin (13.8 points per game) and Megan Bretz (8.5 points per game).

  • Commanderettes wrap up number two seed


    Washington County vs. Nelson County
    Score: 79-31 Nelson County
    When: Sunday, Feb. 6
    Where: Nelson County High School
    Key players: WCHS - Kenya Turner, Jennifer Keene NCHS - Shelby Maupin, Caitlin Hagan, Cierra Drake

    Game highlights: The Commanderettes wrapped up the toughest stretch of their season with a 48-point loss to district rival Nelson County.

  • Commanders’ skid continues


    Washington County vs. North Bullitt
    Score: 56-40 North Bullitt
    When: Saturday, Feb. 5
    Where: Washington County High School
    Key players: NBHS - Brandon Goeing WCHS - Will Purdom, Jared Kelty

    Game highlights: The Commanders hung around for the first quarter but the hot-shooting Eagles pulled away before the half.

  • Commanders’ near finish line


    Washington County will finish up the regular season on Tuesday. District tournament play is set to begin during the week of Feb. 21.

    The Commanders begin their final week on Friday against Nicholas County (1-15).
    Tipoff is set for 7:30 p.m. at Nicholas County.
    Commanders head coach Russell Burkhead said Nicholas County is young and struggling.
    “We are a young, inexperienced team with zero returning players from last year’s squad,” Nicholas County head coach Greg Fletcher said.

  • Commanderettes fall to All “A” champs


    Washington County vs. Owensboro Catholic
    Score: 71-52 Owensboro Catholic
    When: Wednesday, Feb. 2
    Where: McBrayer Arena
    Key players: OCHS - Rebecca Greenwell, Mary Kate Clemens, Leah Greathouse WCHS - Kenya Turner, Shay Yocum

  • New bypass seeing traffic before opening

     

    Curiosity may have killed the cat, but it could land some drivers in trouble with police, and even facing citations.
    Chad Filiatreau, transportation engineering supervisor with the Kentucky Department of Transportation, said driving on closed roads, such as the new Springfield Northwest Bypass, is dangerous, as well as illegal.

  • School lunches about to be healthier, more expensive