Today's Sports

  • Patriot women split two MSC road...

    The St. Catharine College women split two conference road games last weekend. While that may be acceptable in most situations, head coach Lena Bramblett, couldn’t be satisfied with the outcome.

  • Homecoming rescheduled

    Homecoming festivities at Washington County High School were originally scheduled to take place on Friday during the boy/girl doubleheader between the Commanders and Bethlehem.
    Homecoming has been moved to Jan. 4. The Commanders and Commanderettes host a doubleheader against the Bardstown Tigers on that Tuesday.
    The Bethlehem game had not been rescheduled at press time.

  • Mudd named WC volleyball coach

    The Commanderettes will have a familiar face on the sidelines when they take the court next season.

  • Commanders head to LaRue


    The Commanders will work off their holiday meals during the National Guard Holiday Classic at LaRue County High School starting on Tuesday.
    Washington County will play three games in three days before starting the new year off with district action.

  • WC girls fall to Nelson


    Washington County vs. Nelson County
    Score: 74-30 Nelson County
    When: Tuesday, Dec. 14
    Where: Washington County High School
    Key players: WCHS - Kenya Turner. NCHS - Hagan, Lewis, Wimsett.

  • Commanders nab win, beat Hancock

    Washington County vs. Hancock County
    Score: 51-41 Washington County
    When: Sunday, Dec. 19
    Where: Adair County High School    
    Key players: HCHS- Kolton Keown, Christian Nelson. WCHS - Will Purdom, Connor Riney, Alex Marshall

  • SCC Women fall to Cumberland...

    Based on the season’s pattern, where they have alternated wins and losses all through the season, the St. Catharine women were supposed to win Saturday at Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee. But for the first time during the current campaign, Lena Bramblett’s Patriots dropped back to back decisions, falling to the Bulldogs 49-42.

  • Patriots gain national prominence

    The St. Catharine College coaching staff knew before the season that the first full week of December would be a good gauge of where the program stood in the early season. And, after the three games against two nationally prominent NAIA teams and an exhibition against a quality NCAA D-I team, head coach J.T Burton can say his Patriots are standing tall.
    St. Catharine improved to 6-2 on the season with home victories over Life University (95-80) and Mountain State (99-86) and a decent showing in an exhibition loss at Morehead State by a 77-64 count.

  • SCC baseball camp is Dec. 18

    The St. Catharine College baseball team will hold a Christmas camp in Lourdes Hall on Dec. 18 from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.. The camp is for players aged 8-18.
    Patriot head coach Luther Bramblett, the winningest coach in St. Catharine history with a 331-124 record, and his coachihng staff will instruct campers in all fundamentals including hitting, pitching and defense.
    For more details call (859) 336-5082 ext. 1285.

  • Hilton leaves Bell County

    Kentucky high school football coaching legend and Springfield native Dudley Hilton recently decided it was time to make a career move.
    Hilton, after 36 years as a high school football head coach, announced on Wednesday of last week that he would become the head coach at Pikeville College.
    “Paul Patton is my new boss,” Hilton said of the former governor, who is currently serving as the president of Pikeville College.