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  • SCC volleyball wins tourney...

    Jason McDannold knew that his team would face a stiff challenge when it opened the season at the Early Bird Classic at Dearborn, Mich.

    What he didn’t know was how his team, a combination of returnees and newcomers, would respond.

    The answer?

  • Washington County falls to Bell...

    After having their scheduled season opener cancelled two weeks ago, the Washington County Commanders (0-1) played the Bell County Bobcats (2-0) in their first game of the year last Saturday in the Heart of Kentucky Pigskin Classic at Marion County High School.The Bobcats controlled the pace early on in their 41-13 victory, dropping the Commanders to 0-4 in Heart of Kentucky Pigskin Classics and 0-1 on the season.

  • Boys' golf team defeats...

    In the team’s fifth match of the season, the Washington County Commander boys’ golf team was able to defeat the Green County Dragons for its third win of the year.

    WC posted a 183 as a team while Green shot a 216.

    The Commanders were led by freshman Landon Taylor, who carded a 42 on the evening.

    Senior Luke Mattingly and junior Evan Mattingly each added scores of 44. All three of WC’s top scores bested Green’s top scorer, who recorded a 45.

    Freshman John Mann rounded out the Commanders’ final score with a 53.

  • WC volleyball dominates opening-...

    Last week, the Washington County Commanderette volleyball team opened its 2014 season by knocking off the Danville Admirals last Thursday in three straight sets (25-7, 25-10, 25-7) and winning its opening-season game versus the Campbellsville Eagles in consecutive sets as well (25-13, 25-19).

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    The Commanderettes were able to build off their strong performance against Campbellsville on Thursday, taking control of the game from the very start.

  • Heat Wave

    The Washington County Commander football team will have to wait another week to open the 2014 season.

    WC’s Alumni Bowl game against Lloyd Memorial last Saturday was cancelled due to weather.

    The scheduled showcase originally had Marion County and LaRue County slated to play in the opening matchup followed by the WC/Lloyd Memorial game.

    The games were at first postponed due to extreme heat, but after the high temperatures subsided, the games were ultimately cancelled.

  • PHOTOS: Volleyball preseason...
  • SCC volleyball ready to build on...

    Following an incredible run in 2013, the St. Catharine College Patriots volleyball team looks to build on their foundation of success in 2014.

    SCC completed last season with one of the best records in school history with a 21-13 record overall and a 12-8 mark in the Mid-South Conference.

    Despite their loss in the conference tournament semifinals to top-seeded Lindsey Wilson College, the eventual champion of the event, the Patriots ended their season on a high note.

  • Emily Cox qualifies for All-A...

    Last Tuesday, the Washington County High School golf team traveled to Danville to participate in the All-A Regional tournament.

    This marked the first year of WC’s new alignment in an All-A region with Burgin, Danville and Somerset.

    And for the fifth straight year, Emily Cox has qualified for the All-A state tournament, which will be held on Saturday, Sept. 6, at Eagles Nest Country Club in Somerset.

    She carded an 88 on the day in order to qualify.

  • WC football ‘inexperienced but...

    Having 12 seniors on this year’s Washington County Commander football team is somewhat misleading.

    Most of them are what head coach Eric Sagrecy calls “young seniors,” as in they only recently started playing football.

  • Swimming now an MSC-sponsored...

    Swimming has been added to the Mid-South Conference’s championship lineup beginning in 2014-15, MSC Commissioner Eric Ward has announced.

    Men and women’s swimming becomes the 21st and 22nd championship sports sponsored by the Mid-South. The conference championship is scheduled to be contested Feb. 6-7 in Williamsburg, Ky.