Today's News

  • Patriots give top-ranked Tigers a tussle

    After losing to Campbellsville by 56 points two weeks ago, Lena Bramblett had a game plan for her St. Catharine Patriots that she hoped would provide a different outcome.

    For much of the game, a Mid-South Conference quarterfinal clash played Thursday in Frankfort, they had the Tigers troubled.

  • Patriot softball starts out 2-2

    The St. Catharine College softball team opened the season strong with two wins at Berea last Thursday, but the following day found times tougher as the Patriots were swept in a twin bill at Indiana University Southeast.

  • Turner, Yocum named to Fifth Region all-tourney team

    Inspiring performances in the first round of the Fifth Region girls’ basketball tournament were enough to catapult sophomore Kenya Turner and junior Shay Yocum onto the all-tournament team.

    Yocum and Turner combined for 43 of the team’s 46 points in a close loss to LaRue County.

  • Patriot baseball swept at Shawnee St.

    The St. Catharine College nine traveled to Shawnee State (Portsmouth, Ohio) Sunday for the opening of Mid-South Conference play.

    The Bat Pats ended the cold, damp day with an equally gloomy outlook after being swept by the Bears 4-1 and 8-3.
    The losses gave Luther Bramblett’s Patriots a 9-9-1 overall mark, while Shawnee State improved to 10-7.
    Carlos Hernandez had three of the six Patriot hits in the opener.
    Tim Paxton took the loss, allowing four runs, three earned, and seven hits in five innings.

  • Sports briefs

    March 16-20

  • By George, it's him!
    Local ladies meet actor George Clooney


    A group of local women recently took an overnight trip to see Rosemary Clooney’s home in Augusta.
    They thought a ferry ride across the Ohio River would be the trip’s highlight. Shortly after, though, they would trump their river ride with a Hollywood-sized surprise.

  • Trail cards available for 2011 at state park courses

    FRANKFORT — The best golf in Kentucky is now available at the 18 courses operated by the Kentucky Department of Parks. For 2011, the Kentucky Golf Trail is again offering a “trail card” that provides unlimited paid greens fees for the cardholder.

  • Quality losses

    A loss never tastes sweet, but looking back at the Commanderettes’ run to the region is quite revealing.

    Washington County started the season 0-5, and left head coach Bernard Smalley scratching his noggin to figure out how to get on track.
    Looking back now, we can see that four of those five losses came against three district champions and a district runner-up.
    Not a bad bunch to start out 0-5 against.
    Skimming down the rest of the schedule, the losses don’t look so bad.

  • Local schools taking on bullying problem

    Imagine sending your child to a place that makes them so sad, so upset and intimidated that they tell you they would rather die than go back.
    Now imagine that place is your child’s school.

  • SCC prepares for Kansas City after second-place MSC tourney finish

    St. Catharine College now has a 22-8 record for the season.

    Half of those losses have come against Georgetown College.
    The latest defeat came Sunday at the Frankfort Convention Center, when the Tigers were perfect at the foul line in the final minutes to claim the Mid-South Conference tournament by a 79-75 count.
    The loss doesn’t signal an end to the Patriots’ season as J.T. Burton’s bunch will travel to Kansas City, Mo., to begin the NAIA D-I National Tournament, starting March 16.