Frankfort sports briefs


Junior team league starts June 2

Teams are forming now and players registration is underway for Frankfort’s summer Junior Team Tennis League.
The league is for players 11 to 18 years old and some younger players that play full court tennis.
Matches begin June 2 and will be played Monday evenings and Saturday mornings. 
Teams will have weekly practices, and free weekly clinics will be offered in Frankfort and Lawrenceburg for team members. The league ends July 20 with the State Championship Tournament that weekend in Elizabethtown. 
A kickoff party and mini tournament will be held June 1 from 1-3 p.m. at Western Hills High School.
Please RSVP if you plan to attend by emailing Sonya Harward, JTT Coordinator, at Bring the whole family, parents can eat and play, too.
More information and consent/waiver forms can be found at

Rally for the Cure June 3

The Frankfort Country Club Ladies Golf Association is hosting the 11th annual Rally for the Cure ladies golf scramble June 3 at FCC.
Entry forms are available in the FCC pro shop or electronically by emailing Glenna Glass at
Registration will be at 7:30 a.m. June 3, and the scramble will have a shotgun start at 8:30.
The registration fee is $75 per golfer and includes cart, greens fee, continental breakfast, luncheon and awards.
The deadline to register is Wednesday.
Proceeds will be donated to the Markey Cancer Center for Breast Cancer Research and Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
There are $100 hole sponsorship opportunities available in honor or memory of someone.
For more information, email questions to

Color Out Cancer 3K
is June 20

The Franklin County Relay for Life is presenting the Color Out Cancer 3K June 20 at Lakeview Park.
The entry fee is $25. Registration includes entry to the 3K, a T-shirt and one color bomb if registered by June 6.
Participants registering after June 6 will not receive a color bomb or a T-shirt. T-shirts and color bombs will be available for pick up at the race.
The race will begin at 7 p.m., and proceeds will go to the Franklin County Relay for Life.
For more information, contact Jeff Roberts at

taking signups

Frankfort Outdoor Volleyball (FOV) is now accepting signups for the summer volleyball leagues.
FOV will be hosting the following leagues: Co-Ed Sixes (B and C level teams) Monday nights; Men’s (Open), Women’s (Open) and Co-Ed Quads (A, B and C level teams) Tuesday nights; and High School Quads Wednesday nights. 
The leagues begin the first week of June and run through August. Frankfort Outdoor Volleyball has operated leagues in Frankfort since 1979 and is a Division of Frankfort Parks, Recreation & Historic Sites. 
For more information go to or Facebook.

Boys basketball camp
set for June 16-19

The Franklin County High School Future Flyer Basketball Camp for boys ages 7-13 will be June 16-19 at FCHS.
Camp applications may be picked up at Elkhorn Elementary School, Early Learning Village East, Peaks Mill Elementary, Elkhorn Middle School and Franklin County High School.
The cost is $75 per camper until June 1 and $80 if registered after June 1.
For more information contact coach Tommy Johnson at 502-695-6750.

Basketball camp June 4-6

The Wolverine Basketball Camp will be June 4-6 at WHHS’ Lapsley Cardwell Gymnasium.
The camp is open to boys and girls in the fourth through eighth grades and will focus on the basic fundamentals of basketball — shooting, passing, rebounding, defense and ball handling.
Campers will have the opportunity to participate in different competitions such as hot-shot, free throw and three-on-three.
The camp will be held from 5:30-8:30 p.m. each day and will be instructed by the WHHS coaching staff, and current and former players.
The cost is $40, and those attending may preregister or register the day of the camp.
For more information contact Geoff Cody at 502-875-8400 or

FHS basketball camp June 10-13

The Frankfort High Basketball Camp will be June 10-13 at F.D. Wilkinson Sports Arena.
The camp is for boys in grades 1-8 as of Fall 2014, and it will meet from 8 a.m.-noon each day.
Participants will receive a T-shirt, individual instruction, contests and awards, and lunch will be served daily.
The cost is $60 for one child or $100 for two children from the same family.
Registration forms may be picked up at Second Street School or Frankfort High, and walk-ups will be accepted.
The camp will offer specific instruction on improving footwork, shooting technique, ball handling, passing, rebounding, and offensive and defensive individual and team concepts.
Instruction will be provided by the Frankfort High boys basketball coaching staff and volunteers.
For more information contact Nick Barton at 502-875-8655 email at

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