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Today's Sports

  • Lincoln Homestead captures win...

    Springfield’s Lincoln Homestead Country Club got its revenge on Lebanon Country Club in this past weekend’s President’s Cup, avenging last year’s defeat.

    Lebanon tied the all-time series between the clubs with its win in 2014, but Lincoln Homestead has once again regained the advantage in the matchup, now leading 9-8 after clinching the victory on Sunday.

  • Girls prepare for long season...

    As the summer months begin to warm up, so does the Washington County High School gym.
    That’s because the Washington County Commanderettes volleyball team has begun its training for the fall season under the leadership of first-year head coach Casey Mudd.  

    “I am excited,” Mudd said. “I’ve got just a really really good group of girls.”

    Mudd, who was an assistant coach for the last three years, said the team has lost a lot of experience but will still be leaving its mark in the district this year.

  • Sagrecy and Shelton reel in first

    Trevor Sagrecy and Michael Shelton traveled to compete against Taylor and Marion counties in a bass fishing tournament.

    And they won first place.

    According to Tim Messer, Washington County High School’s bass fishing coach, Sagrecy and Shelton beat out 12 other boats in the tourney with a combined catch of 9.65 pounds.

  • Commanders prep for upcoming...

    The thick and pungent smell of humidity and sweat filled the air as the Washington County Commander football team met for its first practice of the year Monday morning.  

    The Commanders, who are coming off a 3-6 season, are looking at some big goals this year.

  • Simpson takes awards

    On June 30, Hannah Simpson shot 189 out of 200 singles targets and won the medal for Academics, Integrity & Marksmanship High Junior Ladies Champion.

    Along with the AIM award, she won the Scholastic Clay Target Program trophy for Lady High Score using her total scored in singles.

  • McCoy travels to Russia

    It’s not very often that someone gets the opportunity to travel to Russia and train with some of the best wrestlers in the world, but in Tyler McCoy’s case, it was an opportunity he couldn’t pass up.

    McCoy becomes the third St. Catharine wrestler to travel to Russia. It was just last December that Garrett Harding and Daniel Reed had the chance to travel to Russia and train with the best in the world.

  • All-Stars take wins in Adair

    The Washington County 9-10 and 11-12 All-Star Little League teams went on the offensive over the weekend when they traveled to Adair County and run-ruled opponents into submission.

    On June 27, the 9-10 All-Star team defeated Boyle County 17-7 to advance them in the bracket to play against Glasgow the following day.

    In their matchup against Boyle, they trailed 5-2 going into the bottom of the second. There, with the bases loaded, a walk would give WC another run and an inside-the-park grand slam hit by Blake Russell would give them the lead for good.

  • WCHS hires Bramblett

    The Washington County High School Commanderettes, who are coming off a dismal 2-23 season, are about to get a much-needed spark – Saint Catharine College’s womens’ basketball coach, Lena Bramblett.

    She is replacing the Commanderettes’ last head coach, Mike Holt, who took the reins for only one season.

    Bramblett, who is leaving the Patriots after 15 years, said the switch was an opportunity for her and her family.

  • St. Catharine College enjoys...

    As members of the NAIA, and the Mid-South Conference for just eight years, the St. Catharine College athletic program is still the new kid on the block. But the Patriots have continued to improve and enjoyed what will be termed their most successful year to date in the 2014-2015 campaign.

    While the Patriots will not actually unfurl any championship banners, they can reflect on many accomplishments, both athletically and academically.

  • SCC baseball player taken in MLB...

    When a young baseball player grows up they dream of playing in the big leagues, but for many they don’t get to realize that dream. But John Werner was of the group that got to realize their dream come true.

    Werner, a member of the St. Catharine College Baseball team realized his dream had come true when the Texas Rangers called his name in the 32nd round of the Major League Baseball Draft. He becomes the fifth Patriot to be drafted by a Major League Baseball team.