Today's News

  • WEDDING - Sisk, Cambron exchange vows July 2

    Holly Sisk and Jason Cambron were wed at 6:30 p.m. on July 2, 2011 at Parkway Baptist Church in Bardstown.

    She is the daughter of Jeff and Dawn Sisk of Hopkinsville, Ky.
    He is the son of Ronnie and Vivian Cambron of Springfield.
    The double ring ceremony was performed by Bro. Justin Compton of Springfield Baptist Church. Special readings were read by Lauren Riney, friend of the bride and groom.

  • WEDDING - Johnson-Keene wed

    LaTonja Johnson and Henry Keene were wed at 6 p.m. July 30, 2011 at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Springfield.

    She is the daughter of Tommie and Australia Poole of Springfield.
    He is the son of Mary and Henry Keene Sr. of Springfield.
    The double ring ceremony was performed by Pastor Yolanda M. Washington of Johnson Chapel A.M.E. Zion Methodist Church.

  • Commanders prepare for Ft. Knox

    Brandon Mattingly
    Landmark News Service

    The Commander football team is preparing for a home game with Fort Knox on Friday at 7:30 p.m. Washington County enters the game with a 3-3 record, and the Eagles come to town off five consecutive losses and a 1-5 record overall. However, Commander coach Eric Sagrecy said this Fort Knox team should not be underestimated.

  • Patriots drop close match to Bryan College 2-1

    On Saturday, Bryan College, ranked 11th in the preseason, came to Nelson County High School and found a St. Catharine team that was ready for the test.

  • Patterson paces SCC in runner-up finish; women finish fourth in Danville

    Nick Patterson, a Mercer County High School graduate, fired a two-day total of 148 (72-76) to lead the St. Catharine College Patriots to a runner-up finish in the Bluegrass Fall Classic on Monday and Tuesday of last week at Cherry Blossom Golf Course in Georgetown.

    The Patriots finished with a team total of 609 (303-306) to finish 10 shots behind Reinhardt University in the eight team field. Following St. Catharine were Georgetown (613), Asbury (629), Shawnee State (638), Pikeville (650), Spalding (667) and West Virginia Tech (DNF).

  • Gray digs college volleyball

    Mandy Gray definitely digs college volleyball. Or make that plural, she digs volleyballs.

    The Caldwell County graduate recently reached the milestone of 2,000 digs in her career at St. Catharine College. The senior elementary education major reached that mark Sept. 16 in a victory over Mid-Continent University.
    “It is a big accomplishment,” said Patriot head coach Adam Stevenson, whose team currently holds a 16-3 record. “When you get 2,000 in any statistic in college sports, it’s a big deal.”

  • Patriots enjoy winning weekend of volleyball

    The chance of a letdown was possible Saturday when the Patriot volleyball team took on the visiting Shawnee State Bears, just 17 hours after they notched a big five-set win over the Rio Grande RedStorm.

    But Adam Stevenson’s team took care of business with a 3-1OK win over the visitors, giving them a winning weekend in Mid-South Conference play.

  • SCC women maul Midway 8-0

    In her first start since an injury sent her to the sidelines against Ohio Mid-Western, Krista Russell recorded a hat trick in the first half to lead the St. Catharine Patriots over Midway 8-0 yesterday. 

    Russell’s three goals marked the sixth time in her collegiate career that she has recorded a hat trick. 

  • Patriot basketball ranked ninth in Sporting News

    Last year the St. Catharine College Patriots made it to the national tournament in their third year of participation in the NAIA.

     Now they are receiving some love for that accomplishment by being ranked ninth in the Sporting News preseason poll.  
    Further recognition came on the individual level as senior forward Kashiff Carr was named first team All-American in the same edition of Sporting News.

  • Golf team finishes with region tourney

    The Washington County High School girls’ golf team finished out the season at Heritage Hills Golf Course with the region tournament.

    The Commanderettes wouldn’t send anyone to state after the tournament, as they missed the qualifying cut.
    Amanda Cox finished the day with a 92, while sister Emily fired a 96. Callie Harmon, in her final tournament as a Commanderette, shot a 103.
    Harmon is the only senior graduating from the squad, as Amanda Cox, Olivia Cox, Emily Cox and Kennedy Cochran return next season.