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Today's Sports

  • 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

  • SCC’s Just and Strickland named...

    The St. Catharine volleyball team is coming off their best season in school history and the banner year continued into the post-season.

    Rebecca Just was named an All-American Honorable Mention and her teammate, Jordan Strickland was named to the All-American Third Team by the NAIA.

  • WCHS golf team’s senior

    Luke Mattingly has been playing golf since he was old enough to pick up a club. For the last four years, however, he’s played for Washington County High School’s golf team.

    Three of those years, he played at the varsity level.

    The young golfer spent his freshman year on the junior varsity team. But his start in the game is humble, like many young athletes.

    “I started out just like practicing and stuff as a little kid with my dad,” Mattingly said.

    “I started (at age) three or four.”

  • Comanderettes fall 58-54

    The Washington County Commanderettes shifted gears late in their game against the Thomas Nelson Lady Generals, but came up short, 58-54, at the end of regulation on Dec. 12. The loss marked their second of the week and left their record standing 0-5.

    Despite the rough week, the boost of play saw the Comanderettes score 22 points in the final frame against the Lady Generals, while allowing their opponent only 10.
    Comanderettes head coach Mike Holt said his feelings were mixed after the game.

  • WC boys go into overtime

    Despite valiant efforts and a ferocious fourth quarter, the Washington County Commanders fell to the Thomas Nelson Generals 63-60 in overtime last week.
    The Commanders lost the contest after locking horns and tying up the game 58-58 with a three-point shot by junior guard DJ Keeling.

    With Commanders head coach Bernard Smalley out sick with the flu, assistant coach

    Barrett Tingle would lead Washington County from the sidelines. He said the three point shot by Keeling at the end of regulation was a boost.

  • SCC men’s basketball picks up...

    The Patriot men’s basketball team got off to a slow start, but they are beginning to hit their stride winning two out of their last three. They picked up two big wins last week on the road, including their first conference victory in five tries. The Patriots, 3-8 overall and 1-4 in the Mid-South, picked up wins against Wilberforce (Ohio) and Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) last week.

    Wilberforce University

  • WCHS sharp shooters compete in...

    Arrows hit their targets with dry and piercing snaps as the Washington County High School archery team took to the road to shoot at the Anderson County High School BearCat Open on Dec. 6.

    According to www.nasptournaments.org, the group that scored the event, though Washington County High School did not place in the top six standings of the tournament, several WCHS female archers performed exceptionally well in the high school division.

    Sophomore shooter Erin Taylor placed 11 out of 62 in the high school division with a score of 270.