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High school spring sports were canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic, and on Thursday the KSHAA said the dead period will be extended through May 31.
One day after the announcement of the recommended closure of all schools to in-person instruction for the rest of the school year, the KHSAA has officially canceled the spring sports season and the resumption of the state basketball tournaments.
Franklin County junior Brooklynn Miles led the Lady Flyers all season, and Frankfort High senior Chaz Austin played a key role in the Panthers’ late-season surge.
When Cindy Bramble took over as head coach of the Frankfort High girls tennis team five years ago, there were times she didn’t have enough players for a match.
LEXINGTON — The Kentucky High School Athletic Association has decided to cancel the remainder of the Girls Sweet 16 basketball tournament and next week’s Boys Sweet 16 at Rupp Arena.
Second Street’s Katie Norman placed third in one event and fourth in another in the middle school competition at the Indoor State Track and Field Championships Saturday at the Mason County Athletic Complex.
Frankfort High senior Will O’Bryan has been playing basketball all his life, and this season he was part of a team that reached the final of the state All “A” Classic and won the 41st District championship for the second year in a row.
A fast start gave Scott County’s boys basketball an early cushion, and the Cardinals used that to beat Frankfort 71-58 Tuesday at F.D. Wilkinson Gymnasium in the first round of the 11th Region Tournament.
The Franklin County and Frankfort boys basketball teams had split the two games they played in the regular season, and they came into the championship game of the 41st District Tournament with similar records.
Frankfort High's boys basketball team was trailing Great Crossing by 13 points going into the fourth quarter, and the Panthers were in need of a spark.
Needing to win to set up a game with top-seeded Great Crossing, Frankfort’s boys basketball team took control early and defeated The Frankfort Christian Academy 98-42 Monday in the 41st District Tournament at Franklin County.
Facing Berea for the second time this season, Frankfort High’s girls basketball team improved 14 points against the Lady Pirates Thursday at F.D. Wilkinson Gymnasium.
A big lead gave way to some scary moments for Frankfort's boys basketball team Tuesday, but the Panthers held off Great Crossing for an 82-76 win at F.D. Wilkinson Gymnasium.
The outcome wasn’t a win for Frankfort’s girls basketball team, but FHS coach Deron Norman saw plenty to like after his team lost to Great Crossing 72-59 Tuesday at F.D. Wilkinson Gymnasium.
Western Hills' 400-yard freestyle relay team of Anish Penmecha, Hithan Garla, Nikhil Akula and Evan Sinor-Huggins qualified for the state swimming championships based on its time in the Region 6 meet Saturday at the Falling Spring Center in Versailles.
Western Hills' boys basketball team scored the first six points in its game against Frankfort Wednesday and led 8-2 with 5:53 left in the first quarter.
Frankfort’s boys basketball team went on a six-game winning streak from the start of the 11th Region All “A” Classic to the championship game of the Kentucky All “A” Classic.
Frankfort’s boys basketball team picked up its first district win of the season Tuesday, defeating The Frankfort Christian Academy 82-25 Tuesday at TFCA.
RICHMOND — Down by 16 points at the end of the third quarter Sunday, Frankfort's boys basketball team did what it had been doing throughout the Kentucky All "A" Classic.
RICHMOND — The first quarter was shaky, the late fourth-quarter lead didn't last, and it turned out none of that mattered to Frankfort's boys basketball team.
RICHMOND — Eastern Kentucky’s McBrayer Arena wasn’t a new venue for Frankfort’s boys basketball team, which played there in last year’s 11th Region Tournament, so the Panthers decided to use that familiarity to their advantage.
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.
WeWannaPlay has been assisting local student-athletes for years, helping them offset the costs associated with playing varsity sports at Frankfort, Franklin County and Western Hills.