After ending a dominant run at the regional tournament in Marion this spring, the Webster County Lady Trojans came into the 2019-20 season with high hopes, but the competition has proven to be tough, resulting in a slow 1-2 record after the team's first three games.

A pair of Webster County High School Cross Country runners participated in the 2019 Foot Locker South Regional meet held at the McAlpine Greenway in Charlotte, North Carolina.

As Marissa Austin's high school athletic career comes to an end, she plans to further extend her education and athletic career at Oakland City University.

On Wednesday of last week, Hadlee Carter signed to continue her softball career at Campbellsville University.

Last week Grace Scott, a senior at Webster County High School, signed with Kentucky Wesleyan College to play collegiate softball. She has shown throughout her high school career to be an astounding pitcher and a promising, successful college player.

When Webster County and Paducah Tilghman played a regular-season game in Dixon two weeks ago, the Trojans hung around with the Blue Tornado for much of the first half before Tilghman pulled away for the victory.

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.

Clay native Grant Puckett certainly knows his way around the golf course. The WCHS freshman can usually be found playing a round at the Providence Municipal Golf and Recreation Center in his free time, and practices his skills frequently. 

While the phrase is “student athlete”, there are some high school coaches that could care less if their players make the grades as long as they continue to produce on the court or the field. 

A common consensus in our society is that Michael Jordan is the best basketball player of all time, the former Chicago Bulls standout winning six NBA titles during his 15 seasons in the NBA. 

Dixon Bank President Frank Ramsey is one of the more significant icons in basketball history, but you wouldn’t know it by sitting down and having a conversation with him. Or if you passed him on the street as he takes a casual walk to the Dixon Post Office to get the mail.

When the final bell rang at Webster County High School on Tuesday, May 16, the entire student body burst out the front doors ready for a summer full of relaxation, spending time outside, and hanging out with friends. 

The Webster County High School archery team will be without one of its top shooters next month when it travels to the NASP World Tournament in Orlando.

In a softball district that had been dominated by Henderson County and Union County for years, it was time for Webster County to rise up and challenge the Lady Colonels and the Lady Bravettes for the Sixth District crown.