Bart Williams was thrilled that former University of Kentucky football standout Lynn Bowden agreed to be part of the Somerset Youth Football League summer camp.
Franklin County has a young softball team that coach Tracy Spickard says has struggled with consistency this season, but the Lady Flyers turned in a solid effort Thursday, beating Frankfort 7-0 at Sally Gaines Field.
On May 5, the same day it was announced trainer Todd Pletcher had so deservedly been chosen as a member of racing’s Hall of Fame, another conditioner confirmed to Daily Racing Form’s Marty McGee that he was retiring at the conclusion of the Churchill Downs meeting next month.
Colleges started recruiting her to play soccer when she was only a high school freshman, and a couple of years later she started to get offers in track because her times were so fast.
Western Hills’ boys and girls track teams both placed fourth at the Mercer County all-comers meet Tuesday, and the Frankfort girls team was fifth.
Like most sports, archery had a tough go of it this season, but two area teams and two local individuals competed in the state tournament last weekend.
Summit High School (Tennessee) coach Brian Coleman wasn’t sure if twins Keaten and Destin Wade would end up playing together in college, but he never doubted his two players would like to do that.
Editor's Note: This story was updated at 3 p.m. April 23 to include each team's hits and who pitched for each team.
Frankfort Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites Department will kick off the tennis season with a program for players aged six to 10 years old with no prior experience required beginning Sunday, May 2.
The Frankfort Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites Department is accepting sign-ups for its swim team this summer, according to Sports Director David Newnam.
The Frankfort Volleyball Association and the Frankfort Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites Department will serve up the new 2021 spring season of sand volleyball beginning Monday, May 10.
Kentucky’s high school swim season started in January. Nearly 3½ months later, it wraps up this weekend with three semi-state meets across the commonwealth.
Editor's Note: This story was updated at 12:30 p.m. April 21 with the rescheduling of the next game between Frankfort and Western Hills.
When Western Hills’ softball team won Tuesday, what meant the most to coach Brian Redmon was the district race.
Editor's Note: This story was updated at 12:45 p.m. April 21 with the information that Kentucky State's baseball team's Jackie Robinson/Negro Leagues event has been canceled.
Franklin County’s Collin Matthews finished fifth in the 50-yard freestyle Saturday in the Region 6 swim meet at Falling Springs in Versailles.
Western Hills’ softball team made its move in the middle innings, and the Lady Wolverines defeated Frankfort 9-0 Thursday at State Stadium’s Paul Weddle Field.
The baseball game between Frankfort and Franklin County scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed until Thursday because of field conditions.
LEXINGTON — Kentucky offensive coordinator Liam Coen has been pleased with the way the Wildcats have picked up on his offensive schemes going into the final week of spring workouts.