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Today's News

  • Patriot baseball home opener is Friday


    The St. Catharine College baseball team that went 1-3 in its opening weekend at the University of Mobile will play the home opener Friday against Holy Cross College.
    The single nine-inning game will start at 2 p.m. at Edelen-Haydon Field. The Patriots will host the same Holy Cross team in a doubleheader Saturday starting at noon.
    The homestand continues Sunday when Goshen College visits for a twin bill starting at 1 p.m.

  • Patriot basketball sweeps UVA-Wise


    The St. Catharine College men and women swept a Mid-South Conference basketball doubleheader Thursday night at UVA-Wise.

    Lena Bramblett’s women came away with an 84-73 win in the opener and J.T. Burton’s men won the nightcap 85-62.
    The Patriot women held a slim 36-34 lead at halftime, but pulled away after intermission for the 11-point victory. Nearly half the Patriots’ points in the second half came at the foul line where they hit 21 of 26 free throws. They were 26-33 on charity tosses for the game.

  • Patriots squeak by Bears twice

      
    In two of the most exciting games of the season, the St. Catharine College men and women used last- second heroics to pull out two wins Saturday at Pikeville College in Mid-South Conference basketball.

     In the women’s game, freshman guard Carol Ruiz-Lopez nailed a three-point goal with two seconds to play to give the Patriots a 70-69 win. Brandon Johnson then provided similar fireworks as he canned a trey with 14 seconds left and the Patriots held on for a 71-69 victory.

  • Cambron inducted into HOF


    Four former St. Johns Country Day School (Fla.) student-athletes were recently inducted into the Orange Park, Fla. private school’s athletic hall of fame.
     
    The hall of fame was established four years ago “to honor athletes who have brought recognition to themselves and to St. Johns with their pursuit of excellence on the playing field and beyond,” according to a news release.
    Joe Cambron, class of 1986,  son of Fabian Cambron of Springfield, was one of the 2010 inductees.

  • Commanders beat Nicholas, fall to Marion


    Washington County vs. Marion County
    Score: 74-45 Marion County
    When: Saturday, Feb. 12
    Where: Washington County High School
    Key players: MCHS - Deshawn Douglas, John Southall, Carlos Litsey WCHS - Will Purdom

    Game highlights: The Commanders dug a first quarter hole they couldn’t get out of on Saturday against Marion County.

  • Linda’s last home stand


    A fixture of Washington County girls’ basketball will stepping down soon.

    Linda Hourigan, the team’s long-time statistician, will be keeping the book for the Commanderettes for the last time at home on Friday.
    For her, the journey has been a long one, filled with fouls, free throws and fourth quarters.
    I knew Hourigan before I knew her. My wife’s father, Freddie Leathers, used to coach the Marion County girls’ basketball team. My wife was a manager for his teams.

  • Commanderettes get back on track


    Washington County vs. Caverna

    Score: 48-45 Washington County
    When: Saturday, Feb. 12
    Where: Caverna High School
    Key players: WCHS - Kenya Turner, Linda Libby, Shay Yocum, Kayla Edelen CHS - Ciara Waggoner, Madison Faulkner

    Game highlights: The Commanderettes picked up a big road win and gained some momentum as they head into district tournament play.
    Washington County led wire-to-wire in Horse Cave.

  • Commanderettes end with East Jess


    With the end of the regular season fast approaching, the Commanderettes look for more wins to put in the books.

    Their quest to end the regular season on a positive note ends at home on Friday as they face East Jessamine (4-16).
    Tipoff is set for 7:30 p.m. at Washington County High School.
    “I know they have a young team,” Commanders head coach Bernard Smalley said.
    With senior night on queue, Smalley knows it will be an emotional game.

  • Another go-round with Bardstown


    The Bardstown Tigers are among a handful of contenders that looked poised to win the Fifth Region crown and punch their ticket to the state tournament.

    First, however, they must go through Washington County.
    The first two times around, the Tigers outscored the Commanders by an average of 98-54.
    “We’re going to have to control the tempo,” Commanders head coach Russell Burkhead said. “They want to make it 94 feet, up and down the floor.”

  • Taking a look at the tobacco situation

    This is Dr. Will Snell’s take on the tobacco situation: