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.
Just seconds away from a district tournament championship, Frankfort's boys soccer team lost to Great Crossing in a penalty kick shootout Thursday at Sower Soccer Complex.
The previous five meetings between the Frankfort and Franklin County boys soccer teams had been decided by one goal, with two going to shootouts and one to double overtime.
Frankfort’s girls soccer team knew what to expect from Franklin County Tuesday in the first round of the 41st District Tournament at Sower Soccer Complex.
Frankfort’s Delano Craig leads the Panther soccer team on defense and in minutes played, and he’s been selected as the Traditional Bank Athlete of the Week.
Frankfort High's football team led nearly the entire game, but with a touchdown in the final two minutes, Western Hills grabbed its first lead and the victory, winning 34-28 at WHHS.
The Franklin County Invitational cross country meet, run on the state championship course at the Kentucky Horse Park, always draws a large field.
Frankfort’s girls soccer team had several opportunities and one goal, and that’s all the Lady Panthers needed for a 1-0 win over Bath County Wednesday at Sower Soccer Complex.
LEXINGTON — Franklin County’s Makena Gillion was fifth and teammate Molly Stigers was 11th at the Bluegrass Invitational cross country meet Saturday at Masterson Station Park.