Frankfort's boys soccer team gave Dunbar all it wanted, but it was Dunbar that came away with a 2-0 win Sunday in the first round of the 11th Region Tournament.
Western Hills' girls soccer team defeated top-seeded Great Crossing 3-2 Thursday in the championship match of the 41st District Tournament at Great Crossing.
Editor's Note: This story was updated at 10:30 a.m. Oct. 15 with the result of the final match for Frankfort's girls soccer team.
Frankfort's Tyron Reynolds scored the game's winning goal Tuesday night as the Panther boys soccer team defeated Western Hills 2-1 in the 41st District Tournament at Great Crossing.
The 41st District soccer tournament starts today with two girls matches. The boys first-round matches will be played Tuesday, and the championship matches will be Thursday.
Frankfort High’s boys soccer team has won three matches in the past seven days, and in those matches Ethan Vermillion has scored four goals and had four assists.
Local football games are still on hold for another week, but several local players are among the state leaders in statistics released by the KHSAA Thursday.
Frankfort High’s girls soccer team won for the first time this season when it defeated Washington County 5-2 Wednesday in Springfield.
Western Hills’ Emma Campbell and Jon Eades had top local finishes in the Bourbon County Colonel Charge cross country meet Saturday in Paris.
Frankfort High’s volleyball team had a strong start in Tuesday’s match at Western Hills, but the Lady Panthers dropped their district opener 3-0 (25-18, 25-15, 25-6).
Western Hills senior Griffin Staude closed out his final County Championships in cross country with his fourth straight title.
Frankfort’s Chase Sweger was second in the boys varsity race and Kenzie Barber was third in the girls varsity race Saturday at the Capitol View Classic at the Archives.
Frankfort High's boys soccer team played Lexington Christian close Sunday, but LCA came away with a 4-3 win in the championship match of the All "A" 11th Region Tournament played at Lexington Christian.
The last six times the Franklin County and Frankfort boys soccer teams faced each other, the matches were decided by one goal.
After an exhausting 3½ hour meeting, the Kentucky Board of Education punted the proverbial football back to the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s Board of Control on Friday.
Western Hills sophomore Jackson Whitaker had one sentence to sum up his summer golf season and the beginning of this year’s high school season.
Franklin County had the best local team finish, and Frankfort’s Garrett Wellman had the best local individual finish at the Flyer “COVID” Classic golf tournament Tuesday at Juniper Hill.
Frankfort High's Gabriel Langley-Boaventura has been named a Semper Fidelis All-American in football by the United States Marine Corps.