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Today's Sports

  • Patriots clip Eagles 13-6

    SCC Sports Information

    A lot of baseball games were scheduled last week for the St. Catharine College Patriots. But due to the cold rainy weather, Luther Bramblett’s Bat Pats were only able to get one game played. That resulted in a 13-6 win last Thursday over the visiting Asbury College Eagles.

  • SCC baseball and softball ranked...

    SCC Sports Information

    When St. Catharine College Athletic Director Mike Doig realized that Patriot teams would not be eligible for post-season play in their first year in the Mid-South Conference, he hurriedly moved to get the programs in line for other playoff possibilities. He did so by entering St. Catharine in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA), an organization of about 70 small colleges and universities across the country.

  • Softball Patriots sweep...

    SCC Sports Information

    One thing is certain. If St. Catharine College softball coach Holly Smith doesn’t set a new personal record for single-season victories this year, it is going to be a sad month of April. That is because with about 24 games to play, the Patriots have already equaled the 18-victory mark set last year when Smith enjoyed her best season.

  • From Left Field

    April's fool

    This past Sunday, if you heard a loud thud and felt a little shake in the earth around 4:30 p.m., then I owe you an explanation. It was only the sound of my men’s college basketball brackets crashing to the ground. It’s only fitting that my picks for the madness in March would make me into April’s fool.

  • SCC players honored

    SCC Sports Information

    Two St. Catharine College softball players received Player of the Week honors last week.

    Shay Mangan was chosen as Player of the Week for the United States Collegiate Athletic Association, and Amber Matteoli was honored as Pitcher of the Week in the Mid-South Conference.

    During the week for which she was chosen, Matteoli compiled a 4-0 record. She allowed three earned runs in 20 innings. The sophomore from Union, Ky., also tossed a no-hitter in the Patriots’ five-inning, 10-0 win over West Virginia Tech.

  • Little League tryouts Saturday

    Little League tryouts for 9-12-year-old boys will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 28 at Idle Hour Park. You must be 9-years-old before May 1, but not older than 12-years-old after May 1 to be eligible. You must try out even if you played last year. Bring your glove. For more information, call Bernard Smalley at (859) 336-5448.

     

  • WCHS ready to serve up some...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    “Ok, we’re going to start with a 20-mile run with full packs!”, exclaimed Washington County High School tennis coach Steve Schubart. Of course Schubart was kidding with his players, but he knows that conditioning and building endurance will be important.

    The 2009 tennis season is shaping up to be an interesting one for Washington County High School.

  • Volleyball Sign-up

    It’s once again time to sign-up for the volleyball league at the River of Life Church. The league starts March 30 and runs through June 1. The times will vary depending on the number of teams, games will begin at 6 p.m. on Monday nights.

    The league is open to men and women age 13 and up, and is for everyone, whether you’ve played a lot of not at all.

    Deadline to signup is today, Wednesday, March 25.

    To signup contact Derinda Osbourne at 336-3982 or Terry Bishop at 336-3001.

  • Patriots drop four straight; 20-...

    SCC Sports Information

    Losing streaks are something that St. Catharine College baseball coach Luther Bramblett is not accustomed to in his eight years with the Patriots. So when his team dropped four consecutive games over the weekend, Bramblett was searching for the last time such a skid had occurred.

    “I don’t think we have lost four straight since the first year I was here,” said the Patriot coach. “But even in losing those four, we were in every game with a chance to win.”

  • Once at the center of genocide,...

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    One of the four languages spoken by Jean Pierre Uwamahoro is English. And while his heavy accent sometimes makes his words hard to decipher, he speaks one word very clearly – genocide. It is a word the Rwandan native pronounces well, and very unfortunately, understands well.