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Today's Sports

  • Patriot men win, women lose in...

    SCC Sports Information

    The St. Catharine College varsity soccer teams traveled to play Cincinnati Christian last Tuesday. While the men came away with a 2-1 victory, the women fell 2-0.

    After falling behind 1-0 on a Cincinnati free kick, the Patriots bounced back to take a halftime lead on two goals from Patrick Williams. Both team shad several scoring opportunities in the second period but neither team could find the net.

    The win gave the Patriots a 5-3 record. They return to action Saturday at home with a game against conference rival Pikeville College.

  • Commanderettes host district...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    As the regular season winds down and the Commanderettes prepare to host district playoffs beginning Monday, every game counts now as Washington County tries to build momentum heading into the postseason.

    The team battled hard against a tough Boyle County squad last week, and the Commanderettes almost came away with a big win.

    WC won the first game of the match, 26-24, but the Lady Rebels were able to comeback to win the final two 26-24, 25-22 for the 2-1 victory.

  • From Left Field

    Know your role

    I’m going to expose my inner geek right now and use a quote from the movie Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.

    “The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few, or the one.”

  • Dig Pink Volleyball at SCC this...

    The St. Catharine College volleyball team will play volleyball Saturday with a cause. Three matches will be played in Lourdes Hall Saturday with the entire gate proceeds to benefit breast cancer research.

    The action in the tri-match will begin at noon when Indiana University-Southeast plays Midway. At 2 p.m., Midway takes on St. Catharine and at 4 p.m., St. Catharine plays IUS.

    The volleyball matches will benefit the Side-Out Foundation, a charitable organization that raises money to fight breast cancer nationally.

  • Battle of the border

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    Blue vs. Gray. The Hatfields vs. the McCoys. The Roadrunner vs. Wile E. Coyote. The road of history is paved with heated rivalries. It’s no secret that when it comes to the Border War between Washington and Marion counties, things can get as serious as any major conflict. That’s why, when these two teams clash on the gridiron, it’s time to give it all you have and play for bragging rights.

  • Bardstown Junior Tennis Classic

    Bardstown is hosting the inaugural Bardstown Junior Tennis Classic Oct. 24-25, with play contested in nine different divisions.

    Players can sign up for the following divisions:

    • U16 Boys and Girls Singles

    • U15 Boys and Girls Doubles

    • U18 Boys and Girls Singles

    • U18 Boys and Girls Doubles

    • U18 Mixed Doubles

  • Lady Cards edge Commanderettes...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    “This is the team I’ve been waiting to see all year,” said Washington County head volleyball coach Brett Hudson of his team after they came up just short against the Nelson County Lady Cardinals last Thursday in Springfield. The Lady Cards won 2-1 to improve to 6-0 in district play.

  • Patriot men, women lose soccer...

    SCC Sports Information

    In the first Mid-South Conference action of the season, both the St. Catharine men and women came up short at West Virginia Tech on Saturday afternoon. In a steady downpour, the Patriot women lost 4-2 while the men fell 4-0.

    After spotting the Golden Bears a 2-0 lead the Patriot women fought back to make the score 3-2 at halftime. Amy Wurfel scored one goal for the Patriots, while the second came when the ball was deflected off a Tech defender into the goal off a corner kick by Monica Milesky.

  • From Left Field

    OK, I can take a hint!

  • SCC volleyball wins five of six

    SCC Sports Information

    The St. Catharine College Patriots traveled to Circleville, Ohio, last weekend and got in a whole lot of volleyball in the Ohio Christian University Invitational Tournament. The results, for the most part, were favorable as the Patriots won five of six games to improve to 10-16 for the season.

    “I thought we played to our potential,” said SCC Athletics Director Mike Doig. “We played with a lot of energy and excitement. It was a fun brand of volleyball to watch.”