Frankfort sports briefs

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GOLF
Cook reaches match play semis

Franklin County sophomore Jacob Cook reached the semifinals in the boys championship division of the MDGT/KIA Match Play Championships played March 15 and March 23 at Seneca Golf Course in Louisville.

Cook lost to Noah Combs 1 up in his semifinal match, which went 23 holes.

To reach the semifinals Cook defeated Collin Smith 7 & 6, and Jack Barger, Allen Hamilton and Brendon Doyle all by the score of 4 & 3.

FCHS junior Luke Kellerman, competing in the boys championship division, lost his first match 3 & 2 to Will Hellman. In the consolation division Kellerman defeated Jacob Parker 6 & 5 and Jimmy Gates 2 up to reach the semifinals.

Cooper Bergman won the semifinal match with Kellerman 5 & 4.
FCHS senior Taylor Cammack competed in the girls championship division. She won her first match, defeating Courtney Carrico 1 up, and lost by the same score to Kylie Lysack.

Juniper offering
spring break clinics

Spring (Break) Training at Juniper Hill Golf Course will be offered April 1-4.
The clinic for beginning juniors (ages 8-13) will be from 1-2 p.m., and the clinic for intermediate juniors (ages 11-17) will be from 2:30-3:30 p.m.
The cost is $35. For more information call the Juniper Hill pro shop at 502-875-8559.

TENNIS
QuickStart program
starts Sunday

The Frankfort Tennis Association and the Frankfort Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites Department will combine to promote a new tennis program for players ages 5-10 with no prior experience necessary beginning Sunday.

The format for learning tennis, called QuickStart Tennis, is designed to bring children into the game by allowing them to start playing almost immediately, even if they’ve never held a racquet before.

Players will meet each Sunday at 1 p.m. through May 4 at Juniper Hill Park. Each 90-minute session will be divided into a coaching period and competition time on court.

Every player will receive a T-shirt, coaching, playtime and have USTA fees paid for existing members or receive a new USTA membership for a fee of $50.

Pre-registration is required. Parents can sign up at the Parks office at Juniper Hill Park. For more information, contact Sonya Harward at 502-500-5440.

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