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Today's Sports

  • Commanderettes fight hard at...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    The Washington County Commanderettes continued action in the Caverna Lady Colonel Christmas Classic tournament last week. After losing at the last second to Edmonson County in a 46-45 loss on Dec. 19, the girls faced Russell County on Dec. 21.

    The Commanderettes stayed with the Lakers for the first quarter, each team totaling 10 points. Russell County pulled ahead slightly in the second quarter, outscoring WC 12-9 to take a 22-19 lead into the break.

  • From Left Field

    Not everything is newsworthy

    I have to admit that there are times when I am embarrassed to be a sportswriter — or a journalist in general for that matter.

  • Patriot women win one of three

    SCC Sports Information

    Injuries are part of the game. But St. Catharine College coach Lena Bramblett wishes the recent rash of maladies was a much smaller part than it has become this season. At one point last week the Patriots were missing six players, five of which were possible starters when practice began in October. And to add to the problem, sophomore Courtney Milam, the team’s leading scorer, went down in Saturday’s game with what could be a serious knee injury.

  • From Left Field

    Dear Santa

    You know, I’ve always considered myself to be like a big kid, so why shouldnt I be allowed to submit my own letter to Santa this year?

    Now, I’m not going to hand in a mile-long list filled with every toy imaginable. I’m going to keep things simple this year.

  • Commanders look for a victory at...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    The Washington County boys’ basketball squad began a week of district play last Tuesday as they traveled to Bardstown to do battle with the Nelson County Cardinals, losing 74-40.

    Despite a 3-0 Commander lead to start the game, the Cardinals set the pace in the first quarter, scoring 11 unanswered points at the halfway mark of the first quarter and taking a 19-5 lead after the first eight minutes. Nelson outscored WC 17-7 in the second to take a 36-12 lead into the break.

  • Packed house watches Pats fall...

    SCC Sports Information

    Last Tuesday, J.T. Burton’s St. Catharine College Patriots played an exhibition game at Morehead State in front of 1,200 elementary school students that Eagles’ coach Donnie Tyndall, a former St. Catharine coach, bussed in for the game.

  • WC girls open district schedule

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    The Washington County Commanderettes dropped two straight district contests last week, losing 68-35 to Nelson County last Tuesday, and 55-46 to Bethlehem. With his squad now 0-2 in district play, head coach Bernard Smalley just wants to stay out of the fourth seed come district tournament time.

  • WC girls fall to top-ranked...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    Following a 68-59 win over Boyle County last week, the Commanderettes visited Garrard County, where they lost 72-49. But in spite of that loss, the Commanderettes had bigger fish to fry last Friday in the top-ranked Marion County Lady Knights.

    Washington County head girls’ basketball coach Bernard Smalley knew the odds were stacked against his squad. Although they lost 73-27 to the Lady Knights, Smalley said he saw a lot a positive things during that game.

  • WC starts district play tonight...

    The Washington County Commanders and Commanderettes will be on the road tonight to Bardstown as they play their first district match-ups of the season against Nelson County.

    The Commanders (0-4) start off the double-header at 6 p.m. against the Cardinals (3-1), while the Commanderettes (1-3) play the late game against the Lady Cards (3-1).

    Both games will be broadcast on 102.7 WYSB-FM with pre-game hitting the air around 5:55 p.m.

    Come out and support your Washington County High School basketball teams!

  • Burton’s Patriots...

    SCC Sports Information

    Arthur Latham averaged a double-double last year for the St. Catharine College Patriots with 21 points and 11 rebounds a game. But with only one semester of eligibility remaining, the Patriots chose to save the Radcliff, Ky., native’s talents for this season’s second semester when the Mid-South Conference schedule begins.