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Today's Sports

  • WC boys struggle over holidays

    The Washington County Commanders spent their holiday vacation taking three losses in the South Oldham Dragons’ Coach Bob Holiday Classic last week.

    Already sitting at 0-6 before the games, the Commanders lost to the Dragons (5-8) 70-39, on Dec. 26, the Todd County Central Rebels (2-12) 57-54 on Dec. 27, and the Danville Admirals (10-6) 77-48 on Dec. 28.

    Seniors Zac Graves and Justin Shelton led the Commanders in scoring in all three games. In total, Graves scored 36 points, followed by Shelton who scored one shy at 35.

  • WCHS sports, a year in review

    January 15 Commanderettes end six-game skid

    The Washington County Commanderettes (2-7, 1-4) went up against the defending state champion Marion County Lady Knights (7-7) this past Saturday night, and it showed.
    The Knights jumped out to a 15-4 lead to start the game and never looked back. The Commanderettes cut their deficit to 12 by halftime, but the damage had already been done.
    Marion would go on to win by a score of 52-39.

    March 19
    Commanderettes score 38 runs in first two games

  • A look at the silverback

    5:45 a.m.
    While much of the region sleeps, Gene Boone’s heart pounds and adrenaline rushes as the air fills with rock and roll and the grunts of others.

    Sweat pours as they feel the burn, and it’s all in the name of fitness.

    “My motto is fit over 40,” Boone said.

    Many in Washington County may know Boone as a mail carrier who works the east side of Springfield. The 45-year-old, who walks on average 10 miles a day for the position, has worked as a mail carrier for the last 14 years.

  • Carman named Mid-South...

    St. Catharine  freshman Brian Carman is the Mid-South Conference Wrestler of the Week, conference officials announced on Tuesday.

    The weekly honor is the first of the season for Carman. He becomes the first St. Catharine grappler to win a conference honor.

    The Patriots are in their first season of collegiate wrestling.

    The New Haven, native posted a 3-1 record during the Indiana Tech Warrior Duals over the weekend in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

  • WC boys drop two

    The Washington County Commanders suffered heartbreak last week when they fell to the Bethlehem Eagles 74-50 in Washington County High School’s new gym on Dec. 19.

    Scoring first for the boys in the new gym was Kambron Hayden with two in the post.

    He led the Commanders’ scoring efforts with ten points.

  • Carman named Mid-South...

    St. Catharine  freshman Brian Carman is the Mid-South Conference Wrestler of the Week, conference officials announced on Tuesday.

    The weekly honor is the first of the season for Carman. He becomes the first St. Catharine grappler to win a conference honor.

    The Patriots are in their first season of collegiate wrestling.

  • WC boys drop two

    The Washington County Commanders suffered heartbreak last week when they fell to the Bethlehem Eagles 74-50 in Washington County High School’s new gym on Dec. 19.

    Scoring first for the boys in the new gym was Kambron Hayden with two in the post. He led the Commanders’ scoring efforts with ten points.

  • WC girls take first victory

    The Washington County Commanderettes were blessed with an upset when they slayed the Bethlehem Lady Eagles in the opening night of Washington County High School’s new gym on Dec 19.

  • Wolz Tabbed South Region Coach...

    One of the career goals of Tim Wolz was to become the first coach in the history of the Mid-South Conference to win Coach of the Year in both men’s and women’s soccer. He reached that milestone this season when he received the honor for the men’s St. Catharine College program to go along with the distinction for women’s soccer he received at Cumberland College in 2002.

  • Woods makes history

     

    With the soccer season coming to an end, the men’s soccer team continues to make history. Ashley Woods added to his accomplishments with quite possibly the highest honor he’s ever received.

    Woods, a senior from Manchester, England, was named as an All-American honorable mention on Monday. The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics All-America committee consists of the NAIA Men’s Soccer Coaches Association Executive