Last week’s Franklin County-Anderson County football game had the makings of a showdown, with FCHS ranked seventh and Anderson 10th in the state in Class 4A, according to the Associated Press poll.
The Franklin County Invitational cross country meet, run on the state championship course at the Kentucky Horse Park, always draws a large field.
The Franklin County and Western Hills girls golf teams had a match with Anderson County Wednesday at Juniper Hill, the same day that 2019 Anderson County graduate Jill Hurst died from injuries suffered in a car accident the week before.
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.
Franklin County and Western Hills both have young football teams, but the Flyers’ youth has a little more varsity experience, and FCHS was able to ride that to a 55-6 win Friday at Benny Watkins Field.
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.
Franklin County junior Phillip Peiffer had quite a week last week, and he’s been selected as the Traditional Bank Athlete of the Week.
A tie game at halftime gave way to a 6-1 win for Franklin County’s girls soccer team over Western Hills Monday in the Rotary Capital City Classic.
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’s boys soccer team only led once in Thursday’s Rotary Capital City Classic game with Western Hills, but it was when it counted.
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.
The Franklin County High School Football Hall of Fame has been organized, and the inaugural class consists of Kaelin Ammons, Steve Campassi, Sam Harp, Douglas “Doc” Newton, Tom Roberts, Casey Sparrow, Ryan Timmons and Logan Woodside.
Thomas Nelson’s boys soccer team scored one goal in each half, and that was enough for a 2-0 win over Franklin County Thursday at Sower Soccer Complex.