Franklin County’s Dominick Taylor hit four 3-pointers in the fourth quarter, keeping the Flyers in the game.
Franklin County’s girls basketball team continued its dominance of district competition Friday, beating Western Hills 56-17.
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The Frankfort Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites Department has announced that baseball and softball registration will begin Wednesday.
Western Hills’ boys basketball team kept its win streak going Tuesday, beating The Frankfort Christian Academy 82-49 at WHHS.
The Kentucky State women’s basketball team defended its home court Monday, defeating the LeMoyne-Owen Magicians 73-51 Monday at the Exum Center.
Franklin County senior Zac Cox has long been a scoring threat for the Flyer basketball team, and he filled that role Friday night, pouring in a game-high 22 points as FCHS defeated Frankfort 70-37.
The Western Hills and Franklin County swim teams competed in Shelby County’s Winter Invite Saturday at the Clear Creek Park Family Activity Center.
Franklin County’s girls basketball team stayed undefeated in district play Friday, beating Frankfort 63-19 at FCHS.
Frankfort’s boys basketball team came into Friday’s game at Franklin County averaging just over 63 points per game.
After the first quarter Thursday, Franklin County’s girls basketball team trailed Anderson County 10-4.
Editor's Note: This story was updated at 12:30 p.m. Jan. 20 with quotes from Western Hills football coach Simon Vanderpool.
Great Crossing’s girls basketball team scored the first eight points of the game and went on to defeat Western Hills 74-30 Tuesday at WHHS.
When Western Hills’ boys basketball team played Great Crossing last month in Georgetown, the Wolverines lost by 33 points.
Western Hills junior wrestler Kelton Bailey recently reached a milestone, earning his 100th career victory at the Gladiator Invitational last month.
WILBERFORCE, Ohio — Kentucky State’s basketball teams swept rival Central State Saturday, with the KSU men’s team winning by four points and the women by 20 points.
Franklin County’s girls basketball team jumped out to an 18-4 lead after the first quarter and cruised to a 65-49 win over North Oldham Saturday at FCHS.
One of The State Journal's own was recognized by the Franklin County High School girls basketball program on Saturday as it inducted its inaugural class into the Lady Flyers Hoops Hall of Fame.
When Frankfort and Western Hills met in the third-place game of the Henry County Invitational last month, WHHS came away with a 65-62 victory.
The Anderson County Parks Department is now accepting player registrations for Girls Little League Youth Softball and t-ball (recreation league).
Franklin County and Western Hills competed at a swim meet in Elizabethtown Jan. 6 against Elizabethtown, Fern Creek and Whitefield Academy.
A torn ACL during AAU basketball led to surgery in August, but since returning to the Western Hills basketball team two games ago, senior Walter Campbell has looked to be in midseason form.
All boys and girls ages 9 to 14 are invited to participate in the local level of competition at Good Shepherd School gymnasium in the Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship. The local competition will be held Saturday, Jan. 21, at 9 a.m.
Western Hills boys basketball coach Geoff Cody knew a career milestone was on the horizon, but it wasn’t uppermost on his mind Friday.
The Franklin County High School girls basketball program will be inducting the inaugural class into the Lady Flyer Hoops Hall of Fame Saturday.
Franklin County’s girls basketball team ran its district winning streak to 72 Friday with a 66-23 win over Western Hills at WHHS.
Franklin County used its speed, Western Hills used its size, and in the fourth quarter Friday WHHS’ size was the difference in a 52-44 win in boys basketball at Western Hills.
Western Hills’ girls basketball team had played Frankfort once this season, so the Lady Wolverines knew what to expect when the two teams met again Thursday at WHHS.
The Kentucky State men's basketball team used a strong second half to defeat Clark Atlanta 62-52 Wednesday in Atlanta.
Frankfort senior Caleb Hack scored 88 points for the Panthers in the Henry County Invitational last week, pouring in 31, 23 and 34 points as the FHS boys basketball team went 1-2.
One Kentucky player who certainly is not disappointed the Wildcats are playing Iowa in the Music City Bowl Saturday is freshman receiver Barion Brown, a Nashville native.
Franklin County senior Peyton Ledford has been on the radar in state football the past three years.