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.
When junior Charlie Ellis reversed field and cut back against the grain, scampering from the Frankfort 40 to inside the Fairdale 20, it appeared to be a classic cat-and-dog affair. When Ellis swept around the left end two plays later in a pair of gold shoes, the Panthers were within a point, 7-6.
Leading just 6-0 at halftime, Frankfort’s football team scored four touchdowns in the second half and defeated Paris 35-14 Saturday night in the Dan Cummins Bourbon Bowl at Bourbon County.
Frankfort’s girls soccer team came into Wednesday’s match with a key injury, and Franklin County came away with a 10-0 win in the Rotary Capital City Classic at Sower Soccer Complex.
The weather and Shelby County’s play were a bad combination for Frankfort High’s girls soccer team Monday.
Frankfort and Franklin County will meet tonight for the championship of the Rotary Capital City Classic boys soccer tournament at Sower Soccer Complex.
Franklin County defeated East Jessamine 3-2 (25-19, 30-28, 22-25, 11-25, 15-10) Tuesday and followed that with a 3-1 loss (24-26, 25-23, 25-16, 25-11) to Lexington Christian Wednesday.
Frankfort High senior Reed Miklavcic has gotten off to a fast start this soccer season, and he’s been selected as the Traditional Bank Athlete of the Week.
Practice for the Frankfort middle school football team will begin Wednesday at 5 p.m. at the Panther Athletic Complex, 934 Old Lawrenceburg Road.