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Today's Sports

  • Commanderettes fall to Adair


    The 19th District tournament began on Monday night at Idle Hour Park.

    The Commanderettes were scheduled to play Bethlehem, but had to reschedule for Tuesday evening due to weather.
    Results from that contest were unknown at press time.
    The winner of the Washington County / Bethlehem game will play Nelson County (9-19) for the district championship on Wednesday night at Idle Hour Park.
    Nelson beat Bardstown 17-3 in the first round of district to keep its  hope of over 20 consecutive district titles alive.

  • WC reaches 20 wins


    The Commanders were scheduled to play Bethlehem on Tuesday night at Tom Bystrek Field in the first round of the 19th District tournament.
    The winner of that game advances to play Nelson County in the finals of the district tournament on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.

    Washington County vs. North Bullitt
    Score:
    15-3 Washington County
    When: Friday, May 20
    Where: Tom Bystrek Field

  • State track meet schedule

    The Class AA state track meet begins at 1 p.m. on May 26 at Owsley Frazier Cardinal Park at the University of Louisville.

    Events of interest for Washington County fans are as follows:

    1 p.m. - Boys’ high jump (Qwan Turner)
    2:45 p.m - Boys’ long jump (Qwan Turner)
    4:45 p.m. - Girls’ 4x200 meter relay (Shay Yocum, Alex Yantis, Moriah Hourigan, Gabbie Cheser)

  • Leaping to state


    The Washington County High School track team continued its string of success on Thursday night, sending five athletes to the state meet to participate in four events.

    The girls’ 4x100 meter relay team (Shay Yocum, Alex Yantis, Moriah Hourigan, Gabbie Cheser) nabbed second place in the regional event, which automatically qualified it for state.
    The girls’ 4x200 meter relay team (Yocum, Yantis, Hourigan, Cheser) qualified for the state meet as well, earning third place at region.

  • SCC to hold camp in Nelson County


    The St. Catharine College baseball team will hold its annual baseball camp at Dean Watts Park in Bardstown on June 14 and 16.

    The camp will be from 9 a.m. to noon each day. It is for players age six years and older.
    The camp will be conducted by St. Catharine head assistant coach Terry Davis, along with other Patriot assistants, Bryan Allan and Travis Adams, and members of the 2011 Patriot team.
    The camp will emphasize hitting fielding and throwing.

  • 2011 Patriots enter baseball...


    As a team, the 2011 St. Catharine College Patriots were able to give coach Luther Bramblett his ninth consecutive season, in his 10-year tenure, of at least 30 wins, as they finished at 31-26-1. Along the way, many of the Bat Pats entered the record books by setting single-season marks and new career records.

  • Tennis teams finish at region


    The girls’ and boys’ tennis team seasons drew to a close over the weekend, as both finished the year without sending anyone to state.

    In boys’ action, Wes Young and Stewart Young lost their doubles match 6-0, 6-0.
    Jordan Simpson and Chris Carrico also lost 6-0, 6-0.
    In girls’ action, Jessica Brady lost her singles match 6-0, 6-0.
    In doubles play, Haylee Kimes and Erica Walker lost 6-0, 6-0.

  • Commanderettes bounce back


    Washington County begins district tournament play at 7:30 p.m. on Monday when it faces Bethlehem at Idle Hour Park.
    The winner of that game will play in the finals on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

    Admission of $5 will be charged at the gate.

  • Commanders blast district...


    The Commanders begin district tournament play on Tuesday, when they face Bethlehem at 5:30 p.m. at Idle Hour Park. The winner of that game will play in the finals on Wednesday. Admission of $5 will be charged at the gate.

    Washington County vs. LaRue County
    Score:
    8-0 LaRue County
    When: Friday, May 13
    Where: Tom Bystrek Field
    Game highlights: The Commanders (18-10) couldn’t get the bats going against region opponent LaRue County (21-6).

  • Track teams dazzle at Heartland


    It seems the Washington County High School track team is peaking at the right time.

    One meet remains before state, the regional at Central Hardin on Thursday, and the Commanders used last week’s Heartland Athletic Conference meet as a tune-up.
    “This has been our best overall performance in the HAC meet in my tenure,” track head coach Paul Bodenhamer said. “Both the boys and the girls scored points in excess of previous years.”