Today's Sports

  • WC girls hard at work last week

    The Washington County Commanderettes had a busy week of play, picking up two wins while suffering three losses.

    On March 31, the Commanderettes traveled to play against the Marion County Lady Knights in their fourth game of the season. The Commanderettes fell 11-3 despite rallying for two runs in the sixth inning.

    “You gotta hit to score and score to win,” Commanderettes head coach Christy Baker said.

    She added that her team scored too late in the game and had too many errors, allowing things to snowball against them.

  • SCC bat pats hold on to win home...

    The Patriots finally played a home game and held on for a 6-5 win over Brescia University. St. Catharine (7-6) led 6-2 heading into the ninth and the Bearcats rallied for three runs in the ninth before back-to-back fly ball outs ended the threat.

  • SCC men’s tennis opens spring...

    After having to fight the snow and rain for the last month, Jim Coomer’s men’s tennis squad was finally able to open the spring portion of their schedule.

    They opened the spring season up with a 6-3 win over Mid-South Conference foe Georgetown College on Wednesday. Gonzalo Andres Martinez (Madrid, Spain), Ivan Kerkoc-Portillo, Felipe Barrientos and Sebastian Barrientos all picked up wins in singles action.

    The tandem of Luis Roman and Kerkoc-Portillo and the Barrientos brothers each picked wins in doubles action.

  • Girls gear up for season

    With the snow and rain out of the region, the Washington County Commanderettes are gearing up for a season of thrills and chills. The young team, which features a number of underclassmen, had its first game of the season rained out, but it wasn’t enough to keep them from practicing in the new high school’s gym last week.

    Commanderettes head coach Christy Baker said they hope to improve on their season record this year. In 2014, they finished 10-16.

  • Shelton is a sharp shooter

    With a fast pace and intensity, Washington County Commanders senior guard Justin Shelton ended his season as the second-leading scorer on the team.

    Shelton, 18, has been playing basketball for as long as he can remember. And while victory may drive some, for Shelton, it’s the intensity of the game.

    “I like how its up-tempo,” Shelton said. “There’s no delays in the game. In baseball, there’s a break in between each pitch, but basketball, it just keeps going.”

  • Graves is top notch

    After making a short but valiant run in the district tournament, the Washington County Commanders’ season has come to a close. With the team graduating four seniors, they will be missing a lot of talent.

    One of those talented players is senior forward Zac Graves, who averaged 9.5 points per game and scored 267 points while playing in every game this season.

  • WC baseball team is ready!

    Coming off an 11-22 season, the Washington County Commanders are just one day away from going on the attack, and according to their head coach, Adam Blair, the team is ready for action.

    “I think we’ve grown a lot since last year,” Blair said. “We were quite young in some areas, but I think some of those guys have matured a lot and have gotten stronger, bigger, and more knowledgeable about the game.“

  • Mid-South women’s basketball...

    Mid-South Conference officials announced the 2015 MSC Women’s Basketball Tournament bracket today following Saturday’s regular season finales.

    The conference tournament begins on Thursday, March 5, with four quarterfinal games at the Frankfort Convention Center in Frankfort, Ky. The tournament continues on Saturday with the semifinals and concludes on Sunday with the championship game.

    MSC regular season champion and No. 1-seed Campbellsville (27-2) and eighth-seeded St. Catharine (10-20) opens the tournament at 2 p.m. EDT on Thursday.

  • Mid-South men’s basketball...

    Mid-South Conference officials announced the 2015 MSC Men’s Basketball Tournament bracket following Saturday’s regular season finales.

    The conference tournament begins on Thursday, March 5, with a first-round game at the Frankfort Convention Center in Frankfort, Ky. The tournament continues on Friday with four quarterfinals games with the semifinals slated for Saturday night. The championship game is scheduled for 4 p.m. EDT on Sunday.

  • Murphy’s three lifts Patriots...

    Matt Taylor’s St. Catharine Patriot squad has had an up-and-down season, but on Thursday night, they played their best when their backs were against the wall. After being decimated by injuries they picked up an upset victory over No. 7 Georgetown College 71-68 in front of a packed house at Lourdes Hall.