After playing through two scrimmages and seven regular-season games, Webster County finally enjoyed a bye week last week for fall break as the Trojans had this past Friday night off.

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Webster County's season on the soccer field came to an end at the hands of Madisonville-North Hopkins for a second straight year as the Maroons defeated the Trojans by a score of 10-0 in the first round of the 2nd Region Tournament in Hopkinsville on Monday night.

Webster County golfer Grant Puckett has several accolades on the golf course, but making the state golf tournament was something that he had not accomplished.

The Webster County volleyball team has been picking up some positive momentum lately as the Lady Trojans have won six out of their last eight matches. This past week Webster split games against Third Region opponents McLean County and Daviess County before picking up back-to-back road victor…

After Webster County kicker Joel McCormick made a 27-yard field goal to give the Trojans a 3-0 lead over Union County with 5:33 left in the first quarter, the Braves responded with a special teams play of their own.

The Greater Louisville Classic is one of the more prestigious cross country meets in Kentucky, and the Webster County boys team had a great showing on Friday as the Trojans finished 9th out of 42 teams.

Webster County's leading scorer Marissa Austin was kept from scoring in both of the Lady Trojans' wins over Union County during the regular season.

Building up a high school football program does not happen overnight. It takes small steps to continue to build and develop to get the program where it needs to be.

Both Webster County cross country teams had a solid showing at the Marshall County Invitational on Saturday as the Trojans placed fifth out of 21 teams while the Lady Trojans were ninth out of 20 squads.

Webster County pushed its winning streak to four games last Thursday night with an 8-0 victory at Crittenden County, but the Lady Trojans saw that streak snapped with a heart-breaking 3-2 loss at Fort Campbell on Monday night.

The Webster County volleyball team pushed its winning streak to three games with a win over Ohio County last Tuesday night, but the Lady Trojans saw that streak snapped two days later at the hands of Henderson County as Webster fell to 1-2 in district play an 9-12 on the season.

The Webster County girls soccer team pushed its winning streak to three games this past week as the Lady Trojans defeated McLean County 7-1 in Calhoun last Tuesday night before shutting out Mayfield 3-0 at home in Dixon on Thursday.

Webster County football coach Zack LaGrange had two major reasons to be happy on Friday.

After dropping a heartbreaker to Crittenden County last Monday night, Webster County was able to bounce back with a sweep of Union County on Tuesday night as the Lady Trojans pushed their winning streak over the Bravettes to nine games.

The Webster County boys soccer team has had its struggles through the early parts of this season as the Trojans had not won a game since the season opener against Caldwell County when Lyon County rolled into Dixon last Tuesday night.

Friday the 13th is known to bring strange anomalies and trends, and those were both in full form in the football game between Webster County and Fulton County.

Both the Webster County boys and girls cross country teams had an impressive showing in the Mustang Stampede in Muhlenberg County on Saturday morning as both the Trojans and Lady Trojans finished as runner-ups.

Webster County dropped a 4-3 heart-breaker to Hopkins Central in Mortons Gap on Tuesday night, but the Lady Trojans bounced back nicely with a 7-1 victory at Union County on Thursday for their sixth straight win over the Bravettes.

After dropping a 67-65 decision in overtime at Lyon County last Tuesday night, Webster County responded with back-to-back victories over out-of-region opponents Calloway County and McLean County to improve its record to 6-2 on the year.

In a week teeming with stellar ranked opponents, Webster County was able to prevail with a 6-2 victory over sixth-ranked and defending state champion Madisonville-North Hopkins at home in Dixon last Tuesday night and also get an 8-2 win over eighth-ranked Apollo on the road in Owensboro on M…

Webster County entered this season as the favorite in the Sixth District, and the Lady Trojans validated that last Thursday with a 3-0 win over Henderson County to secure the top seed for the Sixth District Tournament and automatically qualify for the Second Region Tournament. 

West Kentucky Archery Complex Team (WKAC) put the wraps on a very successful season earlier this month at S3DA Indoor Nationals held in Cincinnati, Ohio, claiming for themselves the number two spot in the nation.

The winner of the girls' Region 2 tournament will head to state next week to face the winner of the Region 16 tournament. Here are how the brackets for those two tournaments stand as of noon on Wed., February 28, 2018. That first round game of the St. Elizabeth Healthcare/KHSAA Girls' Sweet …

Webster County is a serious contender for the Second Region title, but the Lady Trojans could not look past rival Union County in the first round of the Sixth District Tournament. 

Webster County High School’s archery team took first place in the two-team Trojan Classic State Qualifier Saturday, knocking of Hancock County with a score of 3,268 team points to 3,194.

On a night where Webster County struggled to put points on the scoreboard, the Trojan defense came to the forefront to make up for the lack of offense. 

Webster County has established itself as one of the more premier defense teams in the state this season, ranked 13th in Kentucky by holding teams to just 40.6 points per game. 

Joshua Thompson once again topped the boys’ high school division, and the Webster County High School archery team claimed second place at the Graves County State Qualifier Saturday in Mayfield.

Webster County suffered back-to-back road losses to Todd County Central and district rival Henderson County before rebounding with a victory at Hardin County (Elizabethtown, IL) on Monday night—snapping the worst losing streak since the 2008-09 season. 

Webster County continued its struggles in Colonel Gym this past week as the Lady Trojans fell to the Lady Colonels by a score of 64-53 on Friday night—failing to snap a nine-game skid to the Lady Colonels in Henderson. 

Through last season, Kolbi Alsbrooks was an up and coming archer on the Webster County Archery Team, but this season she made the tough decision to make the move from the high school team to Hopkins County-based WKAC S3DA.

With Christmas fast approaching, the Webster County boys and girls basketball teams will both welcome the ole Yuletide season by playing three straight games from Thursday through Saturday of this week. 

Webster County had to dig down deep and find its resilience in Calhoun on Thursday night, and the Lady Trojans did just that. 

The Webster County High School volleyball team has quickly shown itself to be a formidable force in the Second Region this season, jumping out to a 5-1 record in the first week of action. Even though the Lady Trojans lost at Ohio County Thursday, the visitors still played a tough match.

The Madisonville-North Hopkins Maroon Classic cross country meet over the weekend was a tough one for the WCHS Trojans, but the young squad still produced some bright spots.

The Webster County High School football team ran up against another aggressive and more experienced team Friday night, and took a 68-0 loss from visiting Hancock County.