Franklin County senior Fred Farrier II has excelled as a wide receiver for the Flyer football team, and that resulted in about 24 offers from NCAA Div. I programs.
He’s viewed as a receiver who could be a God-send for Kentucky’s offense next season even though he has just 17 catches for 195 yards and seven scores this season.
Fred Farrier II, a senior at Franklin County High School, has been selected as the Class 4A, District 4 Player of the Year by the Kentucky Football Coaches Association.
Editor's Note: This story was updated at 11:30 a.m on Nov. 30 to clarify the KHSAA's list of all-time coaching records for fast-pitch softball.
Elkhorn Middle School football coach Phil Smith knew before the season started the Elks had the potential to win the state championship.
Editor's note: This story was updated at 9 a.m. Nov. 21 to include statistics and to show that Nick Broyles threw three touchdown passes for Franklin County and Jayden Mattison threw one.
Hardworking, dedicated, passionate might be three of the best words to describe Abe Padilla — former Georgetown College cross country and track and field coach. He started to guide the Tiger harriers in 1996. From there he helped the athletic department grow as he was able to restart the GC …
Western Hills wrestling coach Sean Wilkins had gone through a COVID-altered football season, so he had a good idea what was coming when the KHSAA Board of Control met Wednesday.
John Calipari’s current 2021 recruiting class might not have that instant superstar, but recruiting analysts certainly like the upside for 6-9 Daimion Collins of Atlanta, Texas.“Collins is elite on both ends on the floor in two specific areas. First and foremost as a rim protector and second…
The fifth annual Frankfort Frosty 5K, benefitting the Honduras Relief Fund, Water With Blessings and the Mission Frankfort Clinic, will be virtual this year because of COVID-19.Registration is $22 per person, and participants can register for the race at http://runsignup.com/race/ky/frankfor…
I spent the weekend of Nov. 7-8 watching some people test their physical limits at a race called the Mountaineer Rumble. The race wasn’t your typical foot race, it was what is known as an ultra marathon, and participants had a certain amount of time to finish 50 kilometers, 100 kilometers or…
Franklin County junior Bennett Myers was ranked as the No. 2 overall player and the No. 1 right-handed pitcher in Kentucky's Class of 2022 by Perfect Game USA, the world's largest baseball scouting service, in its final rankings for 2020.
The first time coach Staunton Peck met Bryce Hopkins was the fall of his eighth-grade year when he went to watch his middle school team play. He met Hopkins and his family, and they even came to some of Peck’s game at Fenton (Ill.) High School that season.
LOUISVILLE — It took much longer than usual due to complications from the coronavirus pandemic, but Louisville's 2020-2021 basketball schedule was finally released Tuesday morning, providing the first look at the Cardinals' 20-game Atlantic Coast Conference schedule.
With the regular season over after Friday's win at South Oldham, Franklin County football coach Eddie James had turned his attention to the postseason.
Western Hills' Griffin Staude, Jon Eades and Emma Campbell and Frankfort's Kenzie Barber were named all-state award winners by the Kentucky Track and Cross Country Coaches Association.
Frankfort's Ethan Vermillion and Western Hills' Matthew Meyer have received all-state recognition by the Kentucky High School Soccer Coaches Association.