The Boys 5th region will be held at Marion County High School starting this week.
Wednesday February 28th
Bardstown will face off with Campbellsville
John Hardin vs Carverna
Thursday March 1
Larue County faces Bethlehem
Adair County takes on Central Hardin
Semifinals – March 5
5th Region Championship – March 6 – 7 P.M.
All games are at Marion County High School
The Drawing for the Girls 5th region at Central Hardin High School took place on Saturday and the 20th District runner up – Marion County Lady Knights (17-12) play Tuesday night at 6 P.M. and will take on the Bardstown Lady Tigers (20-9) 19th District champs
Here’s how the bracket looks
Campbellsville will take on Nelson County
Elizabethtown will face Larue County
Marion County vs Bardstown
Green County vs John Hardin
March 2 – semifinals
March 3 – 5th Region Championship
100.9 WLSK will have the call of the Marion County vs Bardstown Game on Tuesday night. Pregame at 5:45 and tip off at 6 here on 100.9 WLSK and online at wlskfm.com
Valerie Smothers of Lebanon- Failure to Appear
Michael Smothers of Lebanon- Indictment Warrant
James C Logsdon of Springfield- Theft by Unlawful Taking, Giving Officer False Name or Address, Criminal Trespassing, Washington County Warrant
Cory Gadberry of Campbellsville- Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, DUI, Rear License Plate not Illuminated
On the afternoon of February 16, Deputies with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office arrested Dennis Ray Singletary Jr. (47) of Springfield on numerous charges of Theft of Mail Matter. Deputies responded to a witness complaint of a suspicious vehicle stopping at mailboxes along Raywick Highway. A short time later Chief Deputy Sheriff Ray Gardner observed a vehicle fitting the description stopped at a mailbox on St. Mary’s Road. Further investigation found that Singletary was operating the vehicle and had in his possession a large amount of stolen mail from various addresses throughout Marion County. Officials with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and the U.S. Postal Service were notified and were able to recover an additional large amount of stolen mail at the Singletary home in Springfield, Ky. The Marion County Sheriff’s Office continues to work with the Postal Service to make sure the victims of these thefts are notified and receive their mail as soon as possible. Sheriff Jimmy Clements asks for your patience as they sort through this process. Deputy Sheriff Ray Gardner and Courtney Deering continue with the investigation. Singletary was lodged in the Marion County Detention Center.
On February 16 at 11:16 p.m. Marion County Deputy Sheriff Sam Knopp arrested Charles D. Whitley (40) and Gregory S. Lyons (41) both of Campbellsville after a traffic stop on Old Ky. 68 approximately one mile west of Lebanon. Whitley was charged with Possession of Controlled Substance (Meth), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and various other traffic offenses. Lyons was charged with Possession of Controlled Substance (Meth), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Carrying a Concealed Deadly Weapon. Deputy Knopp was assisted by the Lebanon Police Department K9 unit.
Monday – 8 PM – Feb 19th
Thomas Nelson vs Nelson County
Tuesday – 8 P.M. – Feb 20th
Washington County vs. Bethlehem
Wednesday – 8 P.M. – Feb 21st
Bardstown vs MONDAY NIGHT WINNER
Saturday – Feb 24th – 7 P.M.
Monday – 6 P.M. – Feb 19th
Washington County vs Thomas Nelson
Tuesday – 6 P.M. – Feb. 20th
Bardstown vs. Bethlehem
Wednesday – 6 P.M. – Feb . 21st
Nelson county vs MONDAY NIGHT WINNER
Friday – Feb. 23rd – 7 PM
20th District at Campbellsville
Tuesday – Feb 20th –
6 PM -Marion vs Taylor
7:30 PM – Campbellsville vs Adair
Championship – Friday – Feb 23rd – 7 P.M.
Marion vs Adair – Wednesday – Feb 21 – 7 P.M.
Taylor vs C-ville -Thursday- Feb 22 – 7 P.M.
Championship – Saturday – Feb 24th – 7 P.M.
All games at Campbellsville
WCHS Commanderette Basketball to Host Marshall County February 5
(SPRINGFIELD, Ky.) – The Washington County High School Commanderette Basketball team will host the Marshall County Lady Marshals on Monday, February 5, 2018 beginning at 6:00 p.m. with a junior varsity game, followed by a varsity game at 7:30 p.m. There will be no admission for the game, however, donations will be taken up at the door with all proceeds being donated to Marshall County High School. The theme for Monday night’s basketball games is “Marshall Strong”. All who attend are encouraged to wear blue and/orange, in memory of the victims of the recent Marshall County school shooting and in honor of the students and staff at Marshall County High School. Students are also encouraged to wear blue and/orange on Monday. Washington County Elementary School students can dress down if wearing the colors.
Pre-games activities with the Lady Marshals will be held throughout Monday. The team will be escorted by police officers with the Springfield Police Department, and the community is invited to line the streets upon their arrival to welcome the team. Students at Washington County Elementary School, Washington County Middle School, North Washington Elementary/Middle School and Saint Dominic School will be making posters to welcome the team as they arrive. An arrival time will be announced before Monday. Bumblebee Team Sports is donating basketball shirts for the Lady Marshals and the Commanderettes. The WCHS chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) will also be providing a meal for the Lady Marshals. Springfield Tourism is providing a boxed meal for the Lady Marshals for their return trip home. AMC Designs will be assisting with a paint party for the girls while they are here.
“We are so humbled to host Marshall County on Monday,” said Lena Bramblett, head basketball coach of the WCHS Commanderettes. “We have the opportunity to serve and love on students and coaches who have been through so much over the last week. Our players are excited to reach out to this group of young ladies.”
“The Marshall County School District has continued to be in our thoughts and prayers,” says Superintendent Dr. J. Robin Cochran. “We are honored to host the girls and build connections that will hopefully last a lifetime. Kentucky Public Schools are a close knit group and we are proud of our students for their commitment to loving one another.”
J&J Inks will be providing t-shirts for the Washington County School District that will be handed out Monday night to students attending the games. The games will be broadcast on WLSK 100.9 FM and on the radio station’s website at wlskfm.com. It will also be live-streamed on the WCSD district Facebook page.