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Frankfort sports notebook

Published 11:37 am Tuesday, October 29, 2013

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11th Region
all-tourney teams named

Two Western Hills soccer players, senior Michael Hatfield and junior Lexie Richardson, were named to the 11th Region all-tournament teams.
Western Hills boys lost 4-2 against Model last Tuesday in the first round of the tournament at Lafayette High School. The Wolverines finished the season 8-8-5.
In the semifinals, Model was defeated 2-1 by Henry Clay. In the finals, the Blue Devils lost 4-0 to Dunbar.  
Western Hills girls fell 5-0 to Scott County last Tuesday in the first round at Bryan Station High School. The Lady Wolverines ended the season 7-10-1.
Scott County advanced to the finals after a 2-0 win over Dunbar Thursday, but the Cardinals fell 6-1 to Tates Creek in the finals Saturday.

Cammack 7th in All-Star Tournament
Franklin County senior Taylor Cammack was seventh in the third annual Kentucky Golf Coaches Association (KGCA) Senior All-Star Tournament Saturday at the Big Blue Course at the University Club of Kentucky.
Brianna Coe of Russell Springs birdied her last three holes to shoot a 4-over par 76 to win the girls division. Cammack shot an 86.

Ben Moore dedication Saturday
The “River Courts” on Old Lawrenceburg Road will be dedicated to longtime Frankfort tennis mentor Ben Moore 11 a.m. Saturday.
The tennis courts have been completely refurbished by Frankfort Independent Schools and Frankfort Parks and Recreation. The courts will be used by Frankfort High’s tennis teams and also be open for public use.
The public is invited to recognize Moore’s contribution to tennis in Frankfort.

Kyle named SIAC
Setter of the Week

Kentucky State University setter Anjelique Kyle has been named the Week 7 SIAC Setter of the Week.
Kyle, a 5-7 freshman from Houston, Texas, accumulated 33 assists and six service aces during the St. Joseph’s College Tournament last weekend.
During the tournament, the Thorobrettes dropped a pair of matches to non-conference opponents Lewis University and St. Joseph’s.
The Thorobrettes (19-12, 15-1 SIAC) play 6 tonight at the University of the Cumberlands.