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Today's Sports

  • Free football for future...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    Members of the Blake Hoppes Youth Football League, plus any middle school football player in Washington County, can enjoy a free night of football this Friday when the Commanders host Lincoln County. All they have to do is wear their jersey to the game and they will receive free admission.

  • Patriot volleyball blanked in...

    SCC Sports Information

    The week started on a positive note for the St. Catharine College volleyball team as they won at Midway College 3-2 last Tuesday. But the notes turned sour over the weekend at the Rumpke Invitational in Georgetown where Adam Stevenson’s team went 0-4.

    “Yes, the competition was tough (in the tournament),” said Stevenson. “Cumberland (Tenn.) was 9-0 coming into the weekend and Union received votes for the top 25. Embry-Riddle (Fla.) was 13th in the nation.”

  • Commanders blank Cards, 47-0

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    Washington County football is off to it’s best start in 13 years thanks to a 47-0 shutout win over the Taylor County Cardinals Friday night by the Commanders to improve their record to 3-0.

    “The kids have done their homework,” said WC head coach Mark Perry. “They told me before the game, ‘Coach, it’s been 13 years since we’ve been 3-0 and we’re going 3-0 tonight.’ That’s their mind set, and this team is hungry to win.”

  • WC soccer battles LaRue Co.

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    The Washington County girls’ soccer team took on LaRue County in a JV match on Wednesday. Although LaRue scored twice in the first half, WC held them scoreless in the second half, and head coach Seamus Marrinan said that is a big improvement for the young program.

  • Patriot men lose twice in soccer

    SCC Sports Information

    Tim Wolz sees a lot of good things from his St. Catharine College mens' soccer team when it comes to defense and goalkeeping. But he is not pleased with his team’s offense which couldn’t muster a goal last week in losing a pair of 2-0 decisions to Trevecca Nazarene and Oakland City University.

  • Commanders host Lincoln Co....

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    The Washington County Commanders look to improve to 4-0 tonight as they host the Lincoln County Patriots at Bennett R. Lewis Field at Washington County High School.

    Tonight is also Future Commander Night. Middle school and Blake Hoppes league players who wear their jersey will receive free admission to tonight's game.

    The Commanders are coming off a 47-0 rout of Taylor County last week, which helped propel them into the Top 5 scoring teams in Kentucky and into the Top 10 in scoring margins, according to the KHSAA .

  • Commanderettes beat Bardstown,...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    The Commanderettes got their first taste of district competition last week with matches against Bardstown and Nelson County. WC was able to handle the Lady Tigers at home, but the Lady Cards edged WC in a couple of close sets to win 3-0 in a best of five series in Bardstown.

    Bardstown

  • Tryouts For 2011 Girls&rsquo...

    The Sluggers travel softball team, an elite travel organization based in Marion County, will hold tryouts for the 2011 season on Sunday, Sept. 12 from 1-4 p.m. at Graham Memorial Park in Lebanon.

    Tryouts will be for 8U, 10U, 12U & 14U girls in Marion, Washington and surrounding counties.

    Call Melissa Thomas at (270) 699-1872 for more information.

  • SCC Volleyball falls in five...

    SCC Sports Information

    By many accounts, it was one of the most spirited athletic contests ever held at St. Catharine College. Surely it looked that way last Tuesday as a large and loud crowd was treated to exhilarating volleyball as the Asbury Eagles flew into Lourdes Hall to battle Adam Stevenson’s Patriots.

  • WC girls’ golf wins...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    The Washington County girls’ golf team beat the team from Spencer County on Sept. 1, with Amanda Cox and her younger sister Emily both shooting a nine-hole round of 45 and medaling.

    Rounding out the scoring for WC was Emily Cecconi, who shot a 48, and Callie Harmon, who shot a 50.

    The girls also beat PRP on Aug. 19. Emily Cox medaled with the best score of 48. They also finished second in the three-way match between first place Campbellsville and third place Taylor Co.