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Today's Sports

  • WC clinch fourth straight...

    The Washington County Commanderettes have clinched the district championship for the fourth straight year. This is also their fifth straight year to play in the championship game and move on to the regional tournament. Maddie Pettus tossed from the circle in the championship game as WC played Bethlehem.

  • Commanderettes lose close game...

    The Washington County Commanderettes lost a close game to region rival Taylor County to end the regular season for WC. Maddie Pettus tossed from the circle in the game against TC.

  • Commanders win opening game of...

    The Washington County Commanders won their opening game of the district tournament against Thomas Nelson. Josh Cain started on the mound but was relieved after one inning by Taylor Smith who finished for the Commanders.

  • Commanders unable to hold off...

    The Washington County Commanders were unable to hold off a late run by Bethlehem. Bethlehem got a three-run fifth inning to push past WC in the win.

  • Commanderettes dominate senior...

    Last Tuesday the Washington County Commanderettes celebrated senior night with wishing six seniors farewell and they did it in fashion. They dominated Nelson County to keep their streak of district wins in tact as their year begins to wrap up.

  • Big district win for Commanders

    After dropping the first two game of the series to Thomas Nelson, the Washington County Commanders were able to get the bats going to beat them in the last game. The Commanders combined for 14 hits in the win with a final score of 19-2.

  • Commanderettes knocked out of...

    The Washington County Commanderettes participated in the All A State Tournament at Jack C. Fisher Park in Owensboro over the weekend. The Commanderettes were unable to mount a comeback against Green County as they would lose in the quarter finals after advancing to the eight-team bracket.

  • Woodson named new Commanders...

    Stephen “Stevie” Woodson, formerly the assistant coach at Central Hardin High School, has been named the new Commanders basketball head coach. Last week Woodson spent time at Washington County High School meeting with players, staff, and even participating in a meet and greet at the high school.

    Woodson is accustom to the area as he grew up within the district that Washington County plays in. He is a graduate of Bardstown High School, and played sports there. He moved on to college where he continued his sports career.

  • Commanders unable to hold on to...

    The Washington County Commanders took an early lead against LaRue County but were unable to hold on as LC won 9-4. Error’s were the Commanders downfall as they made six errors during the game.

  • Commanderettes continue district...

    The Washington County Commanderettes continue their dominance in district action. They are 3-0 in district play and look to continue that as the season continues. A 16-1 victory over Bardstown High School is their most recent example of this dominance.

    This was a three-inning game for WC and Maddie Pettus threw all three innings. She started the game with a quick four pitch at bat and was able to strike them out. She gave up a single to centerfield. She then got a fielder’s choice at second, before striking out the third to make it a quick inning for WC.