Editor's Note: This story was updated at 1 p.m. Aug. 30 with statistics from the game.
Frankfort’s football team had a big win Friday, one that put head coach Craig Foley in the school’s record books.
The Panthers shut out Lynn Camp 56-0 at Sower Field, and with the victory Foley became the winningest football coach in school history.
Foley went into Friday’s game tied with Raymond Webb for the most football wins. Webb finished his FHS coaching career with a record of 139-79-2. Foley’s record is now 140-77-1.
The late Ollie Leathers is third on the list with a record of 114-82-9.
“To be in the company of Raymond Webb and Ollie Leathers is an accomplishment in itself,” Foley said. “Like I’ve said, this is not something I’ve done by myself. I’ve had some great players over the years and some great coaches with me along the way.
“This isn’t a ‘me’ award, it’s a ‘we’ award.”
Jaden Morgan scored three touchdowns for the Panthers — on a run, an interception return and a kickoff return.
FHS' Azeno Williams rushed for 117 yards and one touchdown. Brice Marston and Sam Davis also rushed for touchdowns.
Davis threw for 125 yards and two touchdowns, one to Xavier Cleveland and the other to Elijah Walker. Larry Carter scored on a two-point conversion, and Will Lairson made two extra-point kicks.
Frankfort improved to 2-0 with the win. The Panthers’ next game is Friday against Sayre in the Mingua Beef Jerky Bowl at Bourbon County.