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Today's Sports

  • Commander football clinches...

    With a 47-14 win over the Fort Knox Eagles (0-9, 0-6) last Friday night, the Washington County Commander football team (3-5, 3-3) clinched a berth in the Class 2A playoffs.

    WC was able to pull off this feat with a dominant ground game that accumulated 406 total yards. The Commanders were led by sophomore Garrett Floyd, who had 251 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries for an average of 11.4 yards per carry.

  • Commander football loses to...

    The Washington County Commander football team (2-5, 2-3) was unable to topple the Bardstown Tigers (6-2, 3-2), a 4th District opponent, during last week’s homecoming festivities, losing by a score of 40-7.

    WC was looking to secure a bid to the Class 2A playoffs with a win but will have to wait until this Friday’s game against Fort Knox (0-8, 0-5) to clinch its berth.

  • WC volleyball falls in district...

    The Washington County Commanderette volleyball team (21-10) was unable to overcome a Nelson County Cardinal squad (28-5) that had already beaten them in their two previous matchups.

    After leading 22-20, WC dropped the next five points to lose the first game 25-20.

    However, they were able to use that momentum to come back strong in the second set to tie up the match at one game apiece, winning 27-25.

  • SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: The Great...

    In all aspects of Madison Bonzo’s life, communication has been key.

    Growing up in a small community like Washington County, she loved the fact that she could consistently walk down the street and stop to chat with someone she knows.

    “You know everyone and everyone knows you, so you develop a lot of friendships,” Bonzo said. “I really like getting to know people and talking to people.”

  • Patriots men's soccer picks...

    The Patriot men’s soccer team (8-4, 4-2) picked up two key wins last week against Mid-South Conference teams.

    On Saturday, Oct. 4 the Patriots picked up a 1-0 win against archrival Georgetown College (3-8, 1-4) when they got a goal five minutes into overtime.

    The Patriots had a chance to crack the scoreboard in the fifth minute when Marvin Wesselburg had his shot saved by the Tigers’ keeper.

    Patriot goalkeeper CJ Powell made a key save in the 16th minute to keep the game scoreless.

  • WC volleyball returns from...

    Last week, the Washington County Commanderette volleyball team (19-9, 4-4) traveled to northern Illinois to face two schools that assistant coach Casey Mudd estimates have “around 3,000 students” each.

  • Home Stretch

    The Washington County Commander football team (2-4, 2-2) had a dominating performance last Friday night against the Shawnee Golden Eagles (4-4, 1-4). The Commanders rushed for 387 yards on 54 tries and containing a potentially explosive Shawnee passing attack on defense for a 43-18 win over a district opponent.

    According to WC head coach Eric Sagrecy, the tempo on offense was established early on by the offensive line, which was awarded player of the game honors after the big win.

  • Emily Cox competes at state

    Washington County sophomore golfer Emily Cox made a “dream come true” last week when she participated in her first-ever state tournament.

    Although she acknowledged that she made “a couple of bad swings on a few holes,” Cox was pleased with her performance overall.

    She posted an 89 in the first round and only missed the cut of the top 20 scores by five strokes.

    “It’s hard to come back from some of those bad swings, but the main thing was that I really, really had a lot of fun,” Cox said.

  • SCC men's soccer drops two...

    The St. Catharine College Patriots men’s soccer team (6-4, 2-2 MSC) dropped two tough ones against two Mid-South Conference teams in the last week.

    On Saturday, Sept. 27 the Patriots traveled to Lebanon, Tenn. where they battled MSC foe Cumberland University (4-4, 2-1 MSC). The Bulldogs got on the board first when Josh Armstrong found Elliot Goodwin, who scored off a free kick to give the Bulldogs at 1-0 lead just six minutes into the game.

  • SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Serenity Now

    When Halie Browning moved from Bardstown to the ‘Burg in third grade, she noticed right away how calm Washington County was in comparison to where she was.

    “We lived in a pretty busy part of Bardstown, so when we moved out to the country, it was so peaceful and quiet,” Browning said. “I just liked that a lot right away.”

    Another part of small-town living she really enjoyed was how close-knit everyone was. In fact, Browning started out playing volleyball based on the recommendations of the friends she made in Washington County.