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Today's Sports

  • COLUMN: Have luck, will travel

    It’s about time I make this announcement official to all of our readers: I am now available for hire as a (self-)certified good luck charm. That’s the only explanation there can be.

  • WC football prepares for Shawnee

    Coming off of a bye week, the Washington County Commander football team (1-4, 1-2) will face off this Friday against the Shawnee Golden Eagles (4-3, 1-3).

    Last year’s 42-39 win over Shawnee proved to be a game to remember for WC, with then-senior Ty’Lyn Byas rushing for a school-record 361 yards on 41 carries and scoring the game-winning touchdown with just 36 seconds left on the clock.

  • WC volleyball loses to Nelson,...

    With the No. 2 seed up for grabs in the 19th District Tournament last week, the Washington County Commanderette volleyball team (18-8, 4-4) was unable to hold off the Nelson County Cardinals (27-4, 6-2) in its last district game of the regular season.

    The Commanderettes dropped the first two sets 25-15 and 25-20 before storming back in the third with a 25-23 victory before dropping the final game by a score of 25-23.

  • Emily Cox heads to state

    In a season spent adjusting to a new swing, Washington County sophomore golfer Emily Cox has had what she calls “a little bit of a setback year,” but her No. 1 goal from the start has been to make the state tournament this season.

    And her mission was accomplished after carding an 89 last week at the girls’ regional tournament.

    That finish was good enough for the final qualifying spot, even though she acknowledged it wasn’t her “best day.”

  • End of Commander golf season...

    The Washington County Commander golf team saw its last week of regular season play come to a close last week before the boys’ and girls’ regional tournaments were held on Monday and Tuesday. The most recent match saw the boys’ and girls’ teams squaring off against both Campbellsville and Taylor County at Lincoln Homestead.

    On the girls side, sophomore Emily Cox led WC with a score of 45, which was the third lowest total and only off the lead by three strokes. Freshman Madeline Townes contributed a 66, while freshman Faith Whitaker carded an 81.

  • WC volleyball defeats Thomas...

    With only five games remaining in the Washington County Commanderette volleyball team’s (18-6, 4-3) season, head coach Anne Mudd has been impressed overall with what she’s seen out of her players this year.

    She was especially pleased with how her team played last week against district opponent Thomas Nelson (2-21, 0-7). The Commanderettes made quick work of the Generals, finishing them off in straight sets, 25-13, 25-16, 25-15.

  • SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Shake it off

    Whenever Katlyn Seger makes a bad pass or hits a ball out, she always makes it a point to move on to the next play because “five minutes from now, it’s not going to matter … you just have to focus on the next play.”

    It’s that ability to shrug off her mistakes that the Washington County Commanderette senior says is her biggest strength as a volleyball player.

  • WC football notches its first...

    In the days leading up to the Washington County Commanders’ (1-4, 1-2) Friday night showdown with the Thomas Nelson Generals (3-3, 0-2) last week, WC head coach Eric

    Sagrecy had a message for his team: keep working hard.

    The Commanders were off to an 0-4 start but had also played four “awfully good” teams, some of the toughest competition in the state, in fact. But Sagrecy challenged his team to “keep their heads down, keep working and keep making strides as a football team.”

  • Commanders 0-4 during tough...

    The Washington County Commander football team (0-4, 0-2) was defeated 56-7 by the Christian Academy of Louisville Centurions (5-0, 2-0) this past Friday night. In doing so, WC finished off one of the toughest four-game schedules in the state, facing four teams that are a combined 18-2 this season and ranked in the top five of their respective classes.

  • WC volleyball plays in All-A...

    Going into the All-A State Classic last weekend, the main goal for the Washington County Commanderette volleyball team was to make it into the winners bracket with a top-two finish in pool play. A third- or fourth-place finish would mean a trip to the consolation bracket and no chance to compete for the All-A state championship.