Local Sports Briefs


WHHS boys golf defeats Collins

Western Hills’ boys golf team defeated Collins by 10 shots Thursday at Shelbyville Country Club.
The Wolverines, who finished with a team score of 174, were led by senior Nick Wilkins, who was medalist with an even-par 36.
WHHS’ other scores were Chris Hughes 41, Will Collins 46, Chance Burrell 51, and Bradley Hughes 52.
Collins had a team score of 184, and Jake Coleman led the Titans with a 44.
On Tuesday Western Hills lost by one shot to Spencer County, 161-162, at Tanglewood Golf Course in Taylorsville.
Chris Hughes led the Wolverines with a 36, followed by Collins 38, Wilkins 39, Bradley Hughes 49 and Burrell 50.
Spencer County’s Kyle Alexander was medalist with a 35.
WHHS played in the Bulldog Classic at Fort Knox Saturday.

Football team selling mulch
The Western Hills football is selling mulch as a fundraiser.
Anyone interested in purchasing mulch should contact Brian Tackett at 502-330-2213.
3-D tourney Saturday

The Midway College archery team is hosting a 3-D archery tournament Sarturday at Cove Spring Archery Park. The entrance to the Archery Park is located just off US127-N on Peaks Mill Road (next to Peaks Mill School).
Registration will begin at 8 a.m. and run through 5 p.m. Scoring will be ASA at known distances.
Shooting classes will include Adult Men and Women Hunter/Open, Young Adult Men and Women Hunter/Open, NASP Elementary/Middle/High School, Adult Recurve and Youth Recurve.
The entry fee is $10 for collegiate/youth divisions and $25 for adult divisions.
The tournament is a fundraiser for the Midway archery team and is being sponsored by Frankfort Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites and Frankfort Target Archery Association.  
Door prizes will be awarded by Full Draw Archery of Lawrenceburg.
For more information or to preregister, email ctompkins158@gmail.com with name, age and class of participants.

3-D League starts Sept. 4
The Frankfort Target Archery Association and Frankfort Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites are offering a 3-D Archery League starting Sept. 4 and running through Oct. 2.
Weekly sign-in will begin at 6 p.m. with a shotgun start at 6:30.
The five-week league will have five divisions — NASP (ages 9-17, NASP rules and equipment), Youth (ages 9-13, any bow), Young Adult (ages 14-17, any bow), Women (ages 18 and up, any bow), and Men (ages 18 and up, any bow).
The entry fee is $25 for each division. Registration forms are available at the Parks Office at Juniper Hill Park and at the Archery Park at Cove Spring Park during hours of operation.
For more information contact Warren Mitchell at mitch5@fewpb.net.
Soccer teams hosting reunion

Frankfort High’s soccer teams are hosting a reunion for all former players Sept. 13 at Sower Soccer Complex.
The FHS boys team will play at 1 and 5 p.m. with the girls team playing at 3 p.m.
 At halftime of each game the former players in attendance will be recognized. Former boys players will be recognized during the boys games and former girls team during the girls game.
All players are encouraged to bring friends and family and attend the games. Food will be provided for the afternoon.
Civitan scramble is set for Friday

The JL Soyars Civitan Golf Scramble will be Friday at Juniper Hill Golf Course with a shotgun start at 1 p.m.
The cost is $50 per person and includes lunch, cart and green fees. Lunch will be served beginning at 11:30 a.m.
Proceeds from the scramble will benefit Special Olympics Kentucky. For more information contact Mary Dee Boemker at 502-330-0878.

FCHS baseball scramble Sept. 14
The Franklin County baseball team is hosting a scramble Sunday, Sept. 14 at Duckers Lake Golf Course.
The cost is $50 per person or $200 per team. The price includes 18 holes of golf with a cart, with a meal and awards to follow. All entries are due by Sept. 8.
Proceeds from this event will be used to update the facilities and equipment for the FCHS baseball team for the upcoming season.
Prizes will be given for first place, closest to the pin and long drive, and there will be a hole-in-one opportunity to win a free car.
Former University of Kentucky baseball coach Keith Madison will be the guest speaker at the awards ceremony.
Hole sponsorships are also available.
To reserve a spot in the scramble or for information on sponsorship opportunities, contact Tony Cleveland at 502-803-4611 or tonycleveland@fewpb.net.

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