Today's News

  • Krey selected for NTIS team

    Washington County High School sophomore Adam Krey was recently selected to play baseball for the USA Baseball / Ohio Valley region team. The team represents players from Ohio, Michigan, West Virginia and Kentucky.

    According to an email from his mother, Maraline, the final elimination was held in Columbus, Ohio on Aug. 6-7.

  • Commanderette soccer falls to 0-3

    The maiden voyage of Washington County High School girls’ varsity soccer has been a bit turbulent, but head coach Seamus Marrinan remains optimistic.

    “From my perspective, the girls have come a long way in a short period of time,” Marrinan said. “We have a lot of room for development, but I could not be more proud of how the girls fight and push themselves. As we get more experience, the fight and determination that they have will only make us better.”

  • Sister act - Cox family loves golf

    If the Cox family were to start a family band, buy a Greyhound bus and start touring, they would likely travel less miles.

    Instead of vocalizing, this family chooses golf.
    The Greyhound would probably still come in handy, though.
    Sisters Amanda (sophomore), Emily (seventh grade) and Olivia (fourth grade) Cox are starting to make their names known on courses across the state. Before it’s over, they’d like to expand their reach further.

  • Commanders play Lincoln in home opener tonight

    The Washington County High School Commander football team will play its home opener at 7:30 p.m. tonight against Lincoln County. Lincoln will try to avenge last season’s 17-16 loss to the Commanders.

    Lincoln County (0-2) enters the game with two losses, but Commander head coach Eric Sagrecy said the Patriots can’t be overlooked.

  • WCHS alum named new softball skipper

    Only weeks into the school year, new teacher and former Commanderette Holly Medley has been named as the new softball head coach.

    Medley is a 2003 graduate of Washington County High School. She was a five-year softball player during that period.
    She graduated from Campbellsville University to earn her teaching degree.
    For the last three years, she taught at Trimble County High School.
    She also played the role of assistant softball coach at Trimble.

  • Patriots win final warmup match 3-0

    On Sunday the Patriots traveled to Owensboro, Ky to face NCAA II school Kentucky Wesleyan and left with a 3-0 win.

  • St. Catharine volleyball improves to 5-0

    It would be a safe bet to assume that Adam Stevenson’s St. Catharine College volleyball team will surpass its victory of a year ago when Stevenson began his tenure as coach. Last fall the Patriots compiled a 6-33 ledger. With two wins on Thursday, the Patriots are currently 5-0.

  • Commanders fall to Green 14-6

    A defensive masterpiece ended with Washington County coming up just short.

    The Commanders (1-1) and Green County (1-1) delivered a classic hard-nosed football game for fans on Saturday at John J. Boswell Stadium in Lebanon.
    The Commanders, however, came out with their first loss of the season, falling 14-6 to Green.
    “I thought our kids played hard,” Commander head coach Eric Sagrecy said. “I thought it was an aggressive, physical football game like we knew it would be. I thought they were a good football team.”

  • Commanderettes shock Marion to end skid

    The Washington County High School volleyball team (1-5) was looking for a win Thursday night against border-rival Marion County (4-2).

    The Commanderettes started the season 0-5, but knocked off Marion for their first win of the young season.
    “These girls work hard every day and the win over Marion County not only gave them that good old bragging right, I feel it has given them a little more confidence in themselves that it does pay off to keep working hard and never give up,” Commanderettes head coach Anne Mudd said.

  • Cox sisters qualify for All “A” state

    Two of Washington County High School’s girls’ golf team members will join the boys’ golf team in Paducah on Sept. 10 to play in the All “A” golf state tournament.

    Amanda and Emily Cox earned individual spots to the tournament on Thursday at Green County Country Club. The tournament resumed from the previous week after being shut down by lighting and bad weather.
    Emily fired a 43 after nine holes to qualify, while Amanda finished with a 47. Green County won the team title.