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Today's Sports

  • From Left Field: Cubs get lemons...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    Whew! Just when I thought someone had kidnapped the real Chicago Cubs and replaced them with another team, they finally showed up in the NLDS against the Dodgers. With the sweep over the Cubs by Los Angeles, I can sleep well at night knowing that the continued curse of the Cubs is still intact.

  • Commanders’ air attack...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    If you can’t go through them, then go over their heads. That seems to be the new approach to Washington County’s offense this season. With a young squad loaded with sophomores and freshmen, the Commanders have taken to the air to put some points on the board, and it seems to be a productive method of operation. WC is at the top or near the top of all offensive categories in Kentucky Class 2A football.

  • Results announced for two SCC...

    SCC Sports Information

    Centre College Fall Invitational

    Old Bridge Golf Club

    Oct. 4

    Men Results:

    1. Centre College 276

    2. Transylvania Univ. 291

    3. Spalding Univ. 294

    4. Transylvania Univ. 296

    5. Centre College 297

    6. Lindsey Wilson Col. 297

    7. St. Catharine College 306

  • Commanderettes prepare for...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    With the final games of the regular season approaching, the Washington County Commanderettes volleyball team has shaped themselves into a formidable competitor. Although Nelson County finished with a perfect 6-0 district record, WC was still in position to finish with a winning record in the district and was setting itself up for a strong postseason when it faced the Bethlehem Banshees for the second time within a week.

    Varsity

  • Commanderettes get tough

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    The Washington County Commanderettes volleyball team has been a force to be reckoned with lately, with a 2-1 win over Bethlehem on Sept. 23 for its third consecutive win. The match against the Banshees was the first of three straight district matches for the Commanderettes as they looked to gain ground on district leader Nelson County, which they would meet later in the week.

  • From Left Field: Going, going,...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

  • St. Catharine soccer wins one,...

    SCC Sports Information

    It was a tough week for St. Catharine College soccer as the men’s and women’s varsity teams combined for a 1-3 record. Two of those losses came Saturday as the Patriots entered Mid-South Conference competition for the first time, dropping decisions to West Virginia Tech. Earlier in the week the women’s team lost at St. Mary of the Woods College (Indiana) but the men won in impressive fashion at Ohio Christian.

  • Commanders no match for hungry...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    A combination of mistakes on special teams and a lack of size on defense resulted in the Washington County Commanders’ fourth straight defeat as they lost 58-45 to the Bardstown Tigers on Friday night in Springfield.

    “If you take four or five plays out of the game, it would have been a different ball game,” said WC head football coach Mark Perry. “We’ve got to eliminate those mistakes.”

  • Central Kentucky Tiger Sharks...

    Special to the Sun

    The Central Kentucky Tiger Sharks swim team hosted the Frankfort Area Swim Team in a dual meet to start the short course 2008-09 season. The meet was held at the Lebanon Aquatic Center on Sept. 20-21. The FAST team finished on top, 1842-1642.

    “I was pleased with my new swimmers’ performances,” said coach Mike Carey. “And all the swimmers did well for the start of our season.” The Tiger Sharks’ next meet will be the SKY Fall Fest to be held in Bowling Green on Oct. 24-26.

  • Slump continues for SCC Lady...

    SCC Sports Information

    The St. Catharine College volleyball team continued its busy schedule last week with four matches in five days. Unfortunately for Juanita Mangan’s team there wasn’t a victory among those matches as the Patriots fell to 1-23 overall and 1-3 in the Mid-South Conference.