Today's Sports

  • End of the road for WC football

    Washington County’s hopes for a third-straight playoff win were dashed after losing 50-44 to Lloyd Memorial Friday night in Erlanger, Kentucky.

    “I felt like it was going to be one of those games,” said Commanders’ head coach Eric Sagrecy. “We’ve got great playmakers, they’ve got great playmakers…it could get rolling in that situation and there could be a lot of points scored.”

  • Commanders prepare for Lloyd...


    It’s win or go home for Washington County football, as the team prepares for Friday night’s contest with Lloyd Memorial in the first round of the Class 2A KHSAA State Tournament.

    A bye last week gave the Commanders a week off to regroup and reorganize after a tough loss to Christian Academy of Louisville. In the time since, head coach Eric Sagrecy has been preparing his team for the Juggernauts.


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  • Commanders end regular season

    Relentless rain, injuries, and a matchup with the most difficult opponent in the class; altogether, it combined to create a night to forget as the Commanders were routed 49-0 by Christian Academy of Louisville Friday night.
    “You plan for them to be good,” said head coach Eric Sagrecy after his team’s loss. “Did I think they’d turn out to be possibly the best team in the state? No, I didn’t plan for that.”

  • Commanders battle with top-...


    Going into Friday night’s matchup with DeSales, there was never any doubt that Washington County would be playing the role of underdog. The Colts have been on fire since the start of the season when they defeated class 6A powerhouse Saint Xavier 19-16. Last week, DeSales was ranked third in the state by the Kentucky Associated Press. Last season, the Colts defeated the Commanders by an average score of 48-0 in their two meetings. A betting man would have placed money on a similar scoreline for Friday night’s game as well.


  • Commanderettes are new district...

    From day one, the goal for the Commanderettes and head coach John Rogers was to have the team playing at its best by the time the district tournament began. Two months and 33 matches later, it’s mission accomplished. For the first time since 2006, Washington County has won the district tournament, beating out Bethlehem and Bardstown along the way. The postseason run ended when they lost 3-2 in a match to Elizabethtown in the regional tournament Monday night.


  • Commanders rumble over Shawnee


    The only thing able to slow down the Commanders Friday night was the weather. After a thunderstorm pushed kickoff back by 30 minutes, Washington County made quick work of the Shawnee Golden Eagles during a 45-0 win at home.


    The wet weather continued to play a part once the teams were on the field. A slippery ball led to a fumbled snap that was recovered by Shawnee, ending the Commanders’ opening drive less than 10 yards from the goal line.

  • District title in reach for...


    Washington County’s volleyball team ended its regular season with a doubleheader at Boyle County High School Thursday night. The Commanderettes split the evening, picking up a 2-1 win over Franklin County in the first contest before losing 2-1 to Boyle County in the following match.


  • Warr prepares for next battle


    Kentucky has been kind to Ruben Warr. Since relocating to the Bluegrass, the California-born mixed martial artist has experienced a career resurgence. He’s transformed from a fighter with a losing record and on the verge of retirement, to a championship titleholder who’s only lost once in the past two years.


  • Wolverines maul Commanders 32-0

    The pageantry of homecoming night was thrown aside at the opening kickoff, as Western Hills stole the show during a big win on the Commanders’ field.


  • Big wins for Commanderettes

    Two games brought two wins to the Washington County volleyball team as it approaches the end of the regular season.


    Tuesday night’s 2-1 victory in the match against Green County came after the Commanderettes finished off the final game in extra points. Three Washington County players finished the game with at least five kills, with Lizzie Riley leading the pack with seven. Riley was busy defensively as well, recording 15 digs. Maddie Pettus managed a team-high 20 digs against the Dragons, as well as three aces.