LEXINGTON — Frankfort High’s boys basketball team saved its best game of the season for its biggest game so far, beating Lexington Christian 41-39 in the 11th Region All “A” Classic final Saturday at LCA.
The Frankfort High and The Frankfort Christian Academy girls basketball teams both lost in the semifinals of the 11th Region All “A” Classic Thursday at Lexington Christian.
Frankfort’s boys basketball team won its opener in the 11th Region All “A” Classic Monday, defeating Berea 63-42 at Lexington Christian.
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Scoring the first four points of the third quarter, Frankfort’s boys basketball team had Bryan Station’s lead down to seven points, 31-24, with 5:54 left in the period.
Franklin County’s offense put up some impressive numbers during the Flyers’ 11-1 football season, scoring 491 points and gaining 4,843 yards.
Frankfort, Franklin County and Western Hills competed in the Woodford County Invitational swim meet Saturday at Falling Springs in Versailles.
Frankfort’s boys basketball team had three players in double figures as the Panthers defeated Carroll County 71-64 Friday at F.D. Wilkinson Gymnasium.
Frankfort’s boys basketball team never trailed Wednesday, but the Panthers had to withstand a couple of Sayre rallies before pulling out a 66-57 win in their season opener at F.D. Wilkinson Gymnasium.
Frankfort High’s boys basketball team graduated five seniors off last year’s 28-6 team, including its top three scorers, but the Panthers aren’t starting this season from scratch.
Franklin County’s girls soccer team had an exceptional season, tying the school record for wins in a season with 19 and capturing its third straight 41st District Tournament championship.
Frankfort senior Reed Miklavcic concluded a stellar high school career this fall by earning all-state honors and finishing 15th in the state in scoring.
The past two seasons, Western Hills’ football team has had to travel over two hours one way to play its first-round postseason games.
LEXINGTON — Frankfort High’s resurgence in boys cross country continued Saturday as the Panthers placed 20th in the Class A state meet at the Kentucky Horse Park.
The Frankfort, Franklin County and Western Hills cross country teams all came out of tough regional meets last week, and they’ll try to ride that momentum in Saturday’s state meet at the Kentucky Horse Park.
PARIS — Frankfort’s boys cross country team faced some adversity Saturday at the Class A Region 5 meet, but it didn’t keep the Panthers from qualifying for the state meet.
Western Hills junior Emma Campbell placed fourth in the varsity girls race at the Meet of Champions cross country meet Saturday at Masterson Station Park in Lexington.
Editor's note: A previous version of this article incorrectly said that Franklin County Schools considered upgrades at the Sower Soccer Fields at Capitol View Park. FCS cannot legally use money for upgrades at the park and will not be discussing the matter at Tuesday's meeting.
Frankfort’s boys soccer team knew what it was going to face in the first round of the 11th Region Tournament, taking on No. 8 Tates Creek Monday at Tates Creek.