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Today's Sports

  • YMCA Soccer

    The Wilderness Trace Family YMCA is looking forward to another great soccer season. The Soccer Clinic showed some success with plenty of new smiling faces. The weather was slightly cold but that didn’t stop the players. Coach Young and Coach Merriman did an excellent job with skills and drills to get the young players geared up for the soccer season. We are all looking forward to starting up the soccer season with plenty of sunny skies and friendly faces. The soccer season will kick off Saturday, April 16. We look forward to seeing everyone there.

  • St. Catharine softball hits five...

    SCC Sports Information

    The week started out well enough for Holly Smith’s St. Catharine College softball team. The Patriots split a conference doubleheader at Pikeville on Tuesday and returned home to take the opener of a twin bill against conference foe Lindsey Wilson on Thursday. But they dropped the second game Thursday and then were swept in doubleheaders at Brescia and Campbellsville on Saturday and Sunday.

  • WC tennis unleashes secret...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    As the Washington County tennis team prepared for the 2009 season, coach Steve Schubart knew something was going to be different this year. The team has added what Schubart calls his secret weapons, the brother combo of Cyrus and Darius Moslemi.

    “Cyrus is ranked third in Kentucky and should place high in the regionals and perhaps go to the state tournament,” said Schubart. “Darius is a fifth-grader at North Washington Elementary School.”

  • YMCA Volleyball and more

    The Wilderness Trace Family YMCA will be having an adult volleyball program. The program is offered for men and women starting on April 13. Teams need to have their registration in by April 6. If your team is interested in playing, contact the YMCA at 1-877-734-9622. The Wilderness Trace Family YMCA will also be offering Boot Camp and Yogalites at the Harrodsburg YMCA. The programs will start April 15, so sign up today!

  • Rough week for Commanders

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    One week you’re hot, the next week you’re not. If anyone ever had doubts that baseball is a game of streaks, they haven’t followed the Washington County Commanders the past couple of weeks.

    After starting off the season with three consecutive wins, the Commanders have dropped four straight with losses last week against Russell County, Boyle County, Bethlehem and Marion County.

  • From Left Field

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  • Commanders start strong

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    The Washington County Commanders opened up the 2009 baseball season early last week by winning their first three games, including a 12-4 victory over Fort Knox March 24 to open home play. The early impression is that WC has some pop in their bats and some speed on the bases. Things looked a little shaky on the defensive side, but it’s nothing that can’t be solved by practice and communication.

  • GILLISPIE COULD BE IN COMMAND AT...

    Billy Gillispie a Commander? That could be a possibility as Washington County High School Athletic Director Glen Goatley considers his college friend and former UK basketball coach as a candidate to fill the boys head coach spot vacated by Paul Bodenhamer.

    WCHS Principal Leon Smith agreed with Goatley’s decision and thinks the basketball program at WC could use a spark of excitement.

    “We were just starting to search for a coach, and one falls almost right into our lap,” said Smith.

  • Commanderettes sing rainy day...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    If there was one foe that Washington County couldn’t overcome last week, it was Mother Nature. Several days of rain forced the cancellation of several games. The Commanderettes practiced indoors Friday and Sunday afternoon in hopes of getting back out onto the field.

  • Relay for Life golf scramble is...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    It's been a long, cold winter, and chances are pretty good that area golfers are looking for an excuse to hit the links. Now is the time to dust of your clubs and tee off for a great cause at the same time.

    The Washington County Relay for Life Golf Scramble will take place at Lincoln Homestead State Park on May 9. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the shotgun start gets underway at 9 a.m. with prizes awarded for first and second place.