Sports

Finishing strong

When Marcus Washington was finishing high school four years ago, he was ready to give up... More

  • By Linda Younkin
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Frankfort sports briefs

DISC GOLF Free clinics being offered The Frankfort Disc Golf Association will offer two free... More

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Cats making the grade

LEXINGTON — It’s clear now that the Kentucky Wildcats didn’t get down to business — the kind of... More

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Howard an All-American

When it came time for Andrea Howard to choose a college, Georgetown wasn’t on her list. Four... More

  • By Linda Younkin
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Nitz wins again

Wheaton College sophomore Kirsten Nitz, a member of TNT Swimming from Frankfort, swam in the NCAA... More

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Frankfort sports briefs

Bowling News Here are the recent high scores from Capital Bowl. MEN Harold Cunningham 186,... More

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Western Hills still waiting

Western Hills is close to getting that first win. Coach Jeff Pritchett feels it. “We can... More

  • By Nate Parsons
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Frankfort sports briefs

GOLF Spring break clinics at Juniper Spring (Break) Training at Juniper Hill Golf Course will... More

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In 7th heaven

On the side of Oklahoma City University’s team bus it reads: “Home of Champions.” That... More

  • By Nate Parsons
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NAIA title game is set

If the finale is anything like the preview, basketball fans are in for a treat. Oklahoma City... More

  • By Linda Younkin
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Survive, move on

LEXINGTON — The Kentucky Wildcats gave far from their best performance against an inspired... More

  • By Brian Rickerd
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Frankfort sports briefs

GOLF Cook reaches match play semis Franklin County sophomore Jacob Cook reached the semifinals... More

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One is now done

ST. LOUIS, Mo. — It’s ironic that Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall reflected on the 1992... More

  • By Brian Rickerd
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