Today's News

  • Jake’s Day at the River

    In the poultry world, a jake is a young turkey.
    On Saturday, a group of children and adults came to River of Life Community Church to celebrate Jake’s Day. These were no turkeys, however.

    Jake’s Day is an educational program sponsored by the National Wild Turkey Federation. “Jake’s” stands for “juniors acquiring knowledge, ethics and sportsmanship.”
    The local Wild Turkey Federation sponsored a Jake’s Day event on Saturday at River of Life.

  • Commanderettes drop two last week

    The Washington County High School volleyball team dropped two matches last week.

    On Tuesday of last week, the Commanderettes (6-10) fell 2-0 to John Hardin (8-9) at John Hardin High School. They lost 25-12, 25-15.
    On Thursday, the Commanderettes faced district rival Bethlehem (16-3). They fell 2-0 in that match, as well. Bethlehem advanced 25-13, 25-15.
    Washington County resumes action this weekend at the Purples Classic in Bowling Green.
    They faced LaRue County (8-11) at home on Monday and Nelson County (13-9) at Nelson on Tuesday.

  • St. Dominic Lady Knights on a roll

    The St. Dominic Lady Knights’ seventh grade basketball team is off to a great start with a 6-3 record.

    On Aug. 16, the Knights traveled to St. Catherine in New Haven for the first game of the season and came away with a 23-16 win.
    Bloomfield played host to the Lady Knights on Aug. 18. After leading most of the game, the Knights came up short with a 21-19 loss. The team came up short again on Aug. 22 when they traveled to New Haven Middle School and lost 24-20.

  • SCC men’s soccer drops MSC opener to Lindsey Wilson

    Lindsey Wilson, ranked fourth nationally in the NAIA, broke open a close game Tuesday with four second half goals en route to a 6-0 win over Tom Wolz’ Patriots. The game was played at Nelson County High School.

    Leading 2-0, the Blue Raiders scored five minutes into the second half, and then added three more goals for the final margin. St. Catharine head coach Tim Wolz was not discouraged by the setback that left his team with a 0-3-1 record.

  • SCC women’s soccer splits two close decisions

    Goals were hard to come by last week in college women’s soccer action as the St. Catharine College Patriots split a pair of 1-0 games. Both contests were played at Nelson County High School. Paul Patton’s team fell 1-0 Tuesday against Union College, and won by the same margin Saturday against St. Mary of the Woods (Ind.). The split left the Patriots with a 2-3 slate for the season.

  • Patriots volleyball outlast Tigers in conference play

    The St. Catharine College Patriots have now played two matches in the Mid-South Conference.
     Adam Stevenson’s team found the results to be quite different.
    After dropping a 3-0 decision in the conference opener at Georgetown, the Patriots bounced back with a thrilling 3-2 victory Tuesday over visiting Campbellsville.
    The Patriots suffered no letdown after the big conference victory as they topped visiting Mid-Continent University in straight sets Friday to improve their record to 12-2.

  • Mikie Yates bags club championship

    The Lincoln Men’s Golf Club held their championships recently, and Mikie Yates proved his position as the number one golfer at Lincoln Homestead Golf Course yet again.

    After the first round,  Yates shot an even-par 71, and held a slim one-stroke lead over Brad Cox’s 72.
    Joe B. Yates finished third with a 75, while Scott Reinle took fourth with a 76.
    Jason Osbourne, Barrett Tingle and Ricky Hoppes  tied for fifth with a 78.
    Bill Frost finished eighth with a 79, while Randell Cox took ninth place with an 86.

  • Abell owns WCHS passing yards record

    While Washington County senior Trae Abell broke the all-time school record for career passing yards on Friday, it’s likely he’s too busy critiquing his performance to care.

  • Twice is nice

    As some of you know, there was a football game on Friday night. You may have heard of the teams.
    Washington County and Marion County continued the gridiron rivalry, treating fans to a thriller for the second season in a row.

    Last season, Washington County won in dramatic fashion on a field goal by Seth Mattingly late in the third quarter.
    This season, the Commanders raced out to a big halftime lead by executing superbly on offense.

  • Commanders travel to CAL for district battle on Friday

    The Commanders begin the most important stretch of the season on Friday when they travel to Christian Academy of Louisville (CAL).

    Washington County (3-1) comes to CAL (1-3) on the Centurions homecoming night, which is sure to draw a crowd.
    “They’re going to be excited,” Commanders head coach Eric Sagrecy said. “So we’re going to have to go in there and match their enthusiasm if we want a chance to win.”