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Today's Sports

  • Commanders defeat Green County...

    The Washington County baseball team won its last two games of the regular season, defeating Green County 11-1 on Wednesday, May 17, and Campbellsville 20-1 Thursday, May 18. The wins put the Commanders three games above .500 (19-16) going into the postseason.

    Washington County 11

    Green County 1

  • Commanders fall to Kentucky...

    The Washington County Commanders traveled to Louisville Saturday, May 13, to battle Kentucky Country Day. The game quickly got away from the Commanders in the second inning, and they couldn’t recover, suffering an 11-0 loss.

    “KCD is a good team,” said Commander head coach Adam Blair. “They got away from us early.”

    After allowing an early run in the first inning, KCD scored seven runs in the second to put the game out of reach for the Commanders.

  • SCC coach, players find success...

    When St. Catharine College closed its doors in June 2016, SCC baseball coach Luther Bramblett was left with many questions. He, along with the student-athletes he coached and mentored, faced uncertain futures as a result of the closing.

    “It was a difficult time,” said Bramblett, who spent 15 years as the head baseball coach at St. Catharine.

  • Commanderettes defeat Thomas...

    The Washington County Commanderettes played a close game against Thomas Nelson Monday, but a strong sixth inning helped the team win 12-2. Being up only two runs after the second inning, the Commanderette defense held the visitors scoreless the rest of the way.

    “I’m very pleased with how well our team performed,” said head coach Christy Baker.

  • Commanderettes rout Bardstown

    A seven-run second inning helped the Washington County Commanderettes defeat Bardstown 15-0 in four innings Wednesday. The win helped keep Washington County moving toward an even record, now sitting at 9-11 for the season.

    Prior to the game, however, both teams put aside their rivalry to celebrate a common goal: defeating cancer. Players from both teams wore pink uniforms for Washington County’s “Pink Out” event, which honored friends and family members of both teams in their fight against cancer.

  • Commanders fall to Elizabethtown...

    The Washington County Commanders baseball team played a back-and-forth game with Elizabethtown Wednesday, but a 10-run seventh inning eventually saw Elizabethtown prevail 15-6.

    “We played a good game up to that point,” said head coach Adam Blair. “We played #18 E-town toe to toe for 6 2/3 innings and just didn’t finish.”

  • Commanderettes fall to Lexington...

     The Washington County Commanderettes softball team watched its game against Lexington Christian slip away early and couldn’t recover in an 8-3 loss to the visiting Eagles Thursday. The loss puts the Commanderettes at 5-9 for the season.

    Washington County was held scoreless until the fifth inning and mustered only four hits and three runs.

    “The game got away from us early and we couldn’t recover,” said head coach Christy Baker.

  • Commanders sweep Thomas Nelson

    The Washington County baseball team won all three games in its series against Thomas Nelson last week. The Commanders defeated the visiting Generals 15-1 in games one and two, and finished off game three 14-0.

    Head coach Adam Blair was pleased with his team sweeping a series for the first time this season.

    “Our guys fought hard to get these wins,” Blair said.

    Washington County 15 Thomas Nelson 1

  • Commanders runners-up in All “A...

    The Washington County baseball team competed in the 12th Region All “A” Classic Saturday at Danville High School. The Commanders earned a spot in the championship game after beating Danville, 9-5, but lost against Somerset 12-2, ending the competition as runners-up. Head coach Adam Blair said the road has been tough but has been pleased with how his team has competed against other quality teams.

  • Commanderettes claim 12th Region...

    The Commanderettes softball team competed in the 12th Region All “A” Classic at Idle Hour Park on Saturday. After defeating Danville in the first game and Somerset in the second, Washington County claimed the All “A” Classic title for the first time in school history after defeating the Briar Jumpers 10-5 at Idle Hour Park. The team also qualified for the All “A” State Softball Tournament for the first time.

    Head coach Christy Baker said she couldn’t be happier with the team’s performance.