Today's Sports

  • Back to Back

    Last week, the WC Commanderettes were able to string together back-to-back wins for the first time this season, improving to 5-15 on the year.

    In a 54-44 win against the Campbellsville Lady Eagles last Thursday night, the Commanderettes were able to build a 9-4 lead halfway through the first quarter and built it up to 15-9 by the end of the period.

  • Byas, Lewis sign with C’ville

    WC football seniors Sean Lewis (linebacker) and Ty’Lyn Byas (running back) signed their letters of intent last week to play college football for the Campbellsville Tigers next season.

    The duo was part of a 37-player recruiting class (high school seniors) that signed with the team last Wednesday.

    According to a press release, Tiger Head Coach Perry Thomas called the class “awesome” and noted his staff’s success in signing several Kentucky prospects.

  • Commanderettes can’t end 17-game...

    Marion County

    The last time a WC Commanderette (3-15, 1-6) team was able to celebrate a victory over bitter rival Marion County (11-11) was Jan. 3, 2006.

    And after last Saturday night’s 54-28 loss, WC will have to wait until at least next season to put a stop to their current 17-game skid.

    One issue that Head Coach Bernard Smalley, who has yet to beat the Lady Knights during his tenure as head coach, saw with his team was their lack of enthusiasm to play their border rival.

  • WCMS 7th grade falls in...

    NCAA Tourney Game One: St. Joe (Red)

    The WCMS seventh-graders turned a slow start in to a rout by halftime as WCMS led the visiting team 41-13 at the half.

    WCMS continued to dominate as they went on to a 57-33 victory.

    Cameron Willis led the scoring attack with 20 points while dishing out five assists. Devin

    Hurst chipped in with 17 points and pulled down 10 rebounds while Jbias Dawson contributed nine points in the win.

    NCAA Tourney Semifinals: Bardstown

  • Gordon and Dunn continue success...

    The St. Catharine Patriots made a return trip to east central Indiana on Saturday, this time visiting Taylor University.

    The meet at Taylor would mark the second of the indoor season for the Patriots, and they would be looking for redemption and even continued success.

    The Patriots found that success in Neshaun Gordon (Louisville) and Tyler Dunn (Harrodsburg), who were coming off of first- and second-place finishes in the triple jump at Indiana Wesleyan.

  • SCC falls on the road to No. 8...

    Machera Calhoun (Fort Myers, Fla.) and Heather Sandlin (Florence) combined for 31 points despite the Lady Patriots (3-15, 1-11 MSC) falling to the No. 8 Tigers of Georgetown (16-4, 10-2 MSC).

    If one thing was certain for the Lady Patriots in 2013-2014, it is that they don’t fall to tough opponents for a lack of effort.

    Led by the stupendous guard play of Calhoun and Sandlin, the Lady Patriots kept the Tigers on their heels for the entire contest.

  • Patriots take Georgetown to wire

    The St. Catharine Patriots (13-8, 7-5 MSC) couldn’t overcome foul trouble against the No. 13 Georgetown Tigers (18-5, 9-3 MSC) falling 86-81 on Thursday night.

    The Patriots couldn’t take advantage of double digit scoring nights from Omar Skinner (New Castle, Del.), Romeo Lewis (Detroit, Mich.) and Will Tolefree (Stone Mountain, Ga.) en route to their five point loss to Georgetown on the road.

  • No Love Lost

    Marion County

    Last Saturday night, the Marion County Knights (17-6), downed WC 94-57 in a loss that would turn out to be the Commanders’  (2-16, 0-7) 12th consecutive at the hands of their biggest rival.

    For WC Head Coach Russell Burkhead, one of the biggest differences in the game was the Knights’ ability to force his team into playing at Marion’s run-and-gun pace.

    He believes that this played right into Marion’s hands.

  • Lady Patriots drop 10th straight

    Lindsey Wilson College
    The SCC Lady Patriots (3-14, 1-10 MSC) couldn’t hold on late against the visiting Lindsey Wilson College Blue Raiders (15-8, 5-6 MSC), despite a strong start.

    After keeping the game close against the Cumberland University Bulldogs in their last contest, the Lady Patriots didn’t waste any time proving to the Lindsey Wilson Blue Raiders that they were a much-improved squad.

  • Nautical Patriots take on loaded...

    After a dominating performance at Campbellsville, Hannah Spaulding (Springfield) led the Nautical Patriots into Union College to take on a powerful Bulldog squad.

    Spaulding led things off for the Patriots in the 200 freestyle, posting a 2:09.27 in the final round, just off her 2:06 mark in the seeding heat.

    Spaulding’s performance was good enough to snag a third-place finish and marked a 16-second improvement over her 2:25 mark at Campbellsville.