The Sebree Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the 41st annual Firecracker Run on Saturday, July 3 at the Sebree Springs Park. Registration begins at 6:30 a.m. with activities beginning at 7:00 a.m. A men’s and women’s 10K run will kick off at 7:30 a.m. with a 5K later that morning at 9:00 a.m.
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The (5-22) Webster County Lady Trojans softball team finished up their season by taking on the (17-14) Union County Bravettes last Thursday night on the road in Morganfield in the 6th District Semifinal game.
Former Webster County Trojan basketball player Cameron Brown, also a former sports radio broadcaster and a sports reporter for The Journal-Enterprise, has started the next phase of his career after stepping into an assistant basketball coaching position with the Trigg County girls last week.
Karlie Keeney’s career as one of the most successful Lady Trojans softball players ended in a 2-1 loss to Lyon County in the semi-finals of the Region 2 tournament, but by then she already had her eye on the next stage of her career, pitching for the Liberty University Flames, an up and comi…
Despite taking a 2-0 lead in the first inning of the 6th District Tournament on Monday night, the Webster County Trojans were unable to hold on, falling 5-2 to the Union County Braves in what would be their final game of the season.
One would be hard pressed to be a Webster County High School sports fan and not know the name Mickey Blue. After being a standout basketball and baseball player for the Trojans, he went on to spend many years as the radio voice of Webster County sports, calling basketball, baseball and softb…
Webster County had a busy week, getting in six baseball games in just seven days, with two others scheduled for just after press time on Tuesday evening. The Trojans picked up two wins to advance their record to 11-19 on the season, but committed a notable 23 errors through those six games.
The Webster County Trojans dropped three games during the last week, losing to University Heights on the road and Todd County Central and Hickman County in Dixon.
The Webster County Trojans picked up their first district win of the season during that lone baseball game of the week, knocking off the Union County Braves 3-1 on the road in a game where they out hit their district rivals 7-3.
The Webster County Lady Trojans only managed to squeeze one game into their schedule during the last week, a disappointing 14-1 loss on the road in Marion.
After surprising the Madisonville-North Hopkins Maroons with an 11-6 victory in their season opener, the Webster County Trojans were unable to recapture that same magic in the second week of the season, dropping three games in-a-row. The week was only made worse by a series of costly errors,…
The Webster County Trojans season came to an end on Monday night in the opening round of the Region 2 tournament held in Madisonville against the Madisonville-North Hopkins Maroons, the team now coached by longtime Trojan head coach Jon Newton.
The Lady Trojans’ season came to an end last Tuesday night in the opening round of the 6th District Tournament in Henderson against Union County. Webster County headed into the post season minus their top scorer, who was injured late in the season.
After a hot run during the last couple of weeks of the basketball season, the Lady Trojans found themselves in a tough spot following injuries to three of the team’s top players heading into the regular season finale on Monday in Owensboro.
The (10-2) Webster County Trojans went 3-1 during the last week to extend their season record to 13-3. Those three wins include victories over both Henderson and Union counties, to give the Trojans a 3-0 district record and secure the regular season district title and an automatic bid to the…
The Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) released their 2021 ratings percentage Index (RPI) Rankings for the current basketball season on the association’s website earlier this week. Despite currently having one of the best records in the commonwealth, the rankings were not favo…
Webster County went 3-0 during the last week to advance their overall record to 10-2, giving them the second best record in the Region Two standings behind Lyon County (10-0). But while the Trojans are getting their playing time in as they head into the final month of the abbreviated season,…
Senior Destin Allen continues to be a major contributor for the Webster County Trojans, who advanced their season record to 5-2 after going 3-1 during the last week. Through seven games, Allen leads the Trojans with 134 points, including 36 free throws and 17 threes.
The Lady Storm knocked off the Hopkins County Central Lady Storm last week before dropping a pair of games against Elizabethtown and Marshall County.
Webster County’s Destin Allen had a career night during the season opener on Monday to boost the Trojans over Caldwell County in Dixon.The Junior hit 13-of-14 from the floor and went 1-for-1 from three point land. He added another five from the charity stripe to score a carer high 32 points.
Webster County High School’s basketball programs will take to the court next week for the official start of the 2021 season, following strict COVID-19 guidelines set by the Kentucky High School Athletics Association (KHSAA) Board of Controls.
The Webster County Trojans’ football season came to a close on Friday night in the Class 3A 2020 UK Orthopaedics/KHSAA Commonwealth Gridiron Bowl at Baker Field in Morganfield, Kentucky.
The Webster County Trojans ran their way to a third place finish on Friday in the State Class AA Boys’ cross country meet held at Bourbon County Park in Paris, Kentucky. And perhaps the best point for the Trojans squad is that four of the fop six finishers for the team will all be back next season.
Webster County continued to show dominance in cross country over the weekend when both the boys and girls cross country teams ran in the Region 1 Class AA meet in Murray. The Trojans claimed a commanding victory in taking their eighth consecutive regional title, with the Lady Trojans grabbin…
The Lady Trojans made an early exit from the Second Region tournament last week, losing 1-0 to Trigg County, but the score doesn’t tell half of the story. That match may have been one of the most physical matches Webster County had played in all year, and it lasted more than two and a half h…
The volleyball teams concluded their regular seasons this past week, after not playing any games between September 29th and October 11, due to COVID concerns.
Two members of the Webster County boys golf participated in the 2020 Leachamn GMC Buick Cadillac KHSAA State Golf Tournament last Tuesday and Wednesday in Bowling Green.
The Trojans scored all of their points in the first half by putting up 49 points at halftime to give them a 49-6 lead over the Colonels. In the second half the Trojans played pretty solid defense and came out with the 2nd win of the season for the Trojans by defeating the Colonels 49-20 to i…
The Webster County Lady Trojans Golf team finished the season by participating in the 2nd Regional Golf Tournament last Tuesday afternoon, September 29th, at the Hopkinsville Golf & Country Club in Hopkinsville.
The Lady Trojans unofficially ended their regular season with a 1-2-1 record after two of their last three matches were canceled due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Webster County High School announced the hiring of a new head softball coach last Thursday morning, bringing in a former standout high school and college player who was inducted into the Kentucky Softball Coaches Association (KSCA) Hall of Fame earlier this year.
Webster County senior Grant Puckett shot a 4-over par 75 at the 2nd Region Golf Tournament on Monday afternoon at Hopkinsville Golf and Country Club to take the individual regional title and secure himself a spot in 2020 Leachman Buick GMC Cadillac KHSAA State Golf Tournament.
The Lady Trojans grabbed their first victory of the season last Tuesday night against the Lady Cougars of McLean County in their only home match of the season.