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Flyers stay on track

Franklin County’s baseball team got off to a slow start, but the Flyers gradually gained momentum... More

  • By Linda Younkin
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Frankfort sports briefs

TENNIS New adult program offered A new adult tennis program starting in Frankfort is one of the... More

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Perseverance

Abbi Stamper’s golf season got off to a rocky start. It couldn’t be ending on a better... More

  • By Linda Younkin
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Building on success

The coaches all agree: Western Hills will build on this weekend. Playing in its Western Hills... More

  • By Nate Parsons
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Collett 2nd at Harnice

Western Hills’ Henry Collett came into the John Harnice Invitational boys tennis tournament as... More

  • By Linda Younkin
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Frankfort sports briefs

BASS FISHING FCHS pair place ninth at state Franklin County’s Cameron Thompson and Jacob Moore... More

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Juniper Hill Golf News

The Wednesday Ladies Day League had 38 ladies play April 23. The winners were: First Flight —... More

  • Special to The State Journal
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Western Hills on a roll

Western Hills has put together quite an impressive season on the tennis courts. Behind three... More

  • By Nate Parsons
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Flyers get revenge

Franklin County didn’t forget about that one-run loss to Western Hills a week ago. Senior... More

  • By Nate Parsons
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Wolverines cruise

Frankfort High’s baseball team started Tuesday’s game well, scoring two runs in its first at-bat... More

  • By Linda Younkin
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Seeking momentum

Right now, Western Hills and Frankfort are after the same objective: gaining momentum heading... More

  • By Nate Parsons
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