The baseball game between Frankfort and Franklin County scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed until Thursday because of field conditions.
Franklin County’s girls basketball team ended its season where it was predicted to when the season began, but the road to the state tournament was not an easy one.
When the season ended for Franklin County’s girls basketball team Friday in the quarterfinals of the Mingua Beef Jerky Girls’ Sweet Sixteen at Rupp Arena, the fact there was a season at all was uppermost on the mind of FCHS coach Joey Thacker.
LEXINGTON — With 2.7 seconds left in the fourth quarter and South Laurel’s Brianna Howard standing at the free throw line of a tie game, Franklin County’s Brooklynn Miles had just one thought running through her head.
The Franklin County and Western Hills swim teams competed in a quad meet March 27 with the Christian Academy of Louisville and host South Oldham.
Donna McGohon, 72, of Woodford County had recently been diagnosed with cancer but had received a “pretty positive prognosis” and was hoping to keep watching her granddaughter, Franklin County junior guard Lauren Meadows, play in the state tournament at Rupp Arena.
Former Western Hills star Connie Goins — Kentucky’s Miss Basketball 1982 — will finally be inducted into the Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame.
The Franklin County High School Lady Flyers will face South Laurel in the opening round of the Mingua Beef Jerky/KHSAA Girls Sweet 16 at Rupp Arena at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 7.
The Franklin County girls basketball team held Lafayette scoreless for the first 8:58 and coasted to defend its 11th Region title Saturday at Eastern Kentucky University.
Fresh off winning its first 41st District tournament since 2017, Franklin County’s boys basketball team opened 11th Region tournament play Tuesday with a 51-44 win over Henry Clay at FCHS.
Because of a COVID issue within the Tates Creek girls basketball program, the Lady Commodores have dropped out of the 11th Region tournament.
Foul trouble may have changed the way the Franklin County’s girls basketball team played, but it didn’t slow the Lady Flyers.
Franklin County’s boys basketball team won its first 41st District tournament championship since 2017 last week, coming from the No. 4 spot and playing three games to capture the title.
Franklin County's girls basketball team will begin defending its 11th Region title Monday when it hosts Madison Central in the opening round of the regional tournament.
Editor's note: This story was updated at 2:30 p.m. March 20 with Franklin County's first-round opponent in the 11th Region tournament.
Editor's Note: This story was updated at 4:30 p.m. March 20 to include the first-round opponents for Franklin County and Frankfort in the 11th Region tournament.
For the second consecutive week, senior Will Molen of the Midway University men's golf team has been named the River States Conference Men's Golfer of the Week, the conference announced Monday.
Franklin County’s girls basketball team went nearly a month without a game because of a COVID pause, and when the Lady Flyers returned to play they lost two of their first three games.
Boys basketball coaches in the 41st District have been saying all season that the district is so balanced there’s literally no difference between the No. 1 seed and the No. 4 seed.
At the 41st District tournament draw, Franklin County’s boys basketball team ended up seeded fourth and had to play on the event’s opening night.
Savannah Courtney, a senior at Hanover College, has earned first-team honors on the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference’s women’s basketball all-conference team.
Franklin County’s Brooklynn Miles hit one of two free throws in the final four seconds, and Highlands missed a shot at the buzzer to give the Lady Flyer basketball team a 46-45 win Wednesday at FCHS.
Franklin County’s boys basketball team placed four players in double figures as it defeated Tates Creek 71-66 Saturday at FCHS.
Rowan County’s girls basketball team used a big second quarter to gain some breathing room in its 72-66 win over Franklin County Tuesday at FCHS.
The Frankfort Christian Academy’s boys basketball stayed right with Franklin County for the first quarter and a big part of the first half.