Abe VanHouten, son of Melissa and Bert VanHouten, has been awarded the Bert Hawkins Memorial Scholarship by the scholarship’s board of directors and the Frankfort Country Club.
Tryouts for the Elkhorn Middle School girls basketball teams will be Wednesday and Thursday at the school from 5:30-7:30 p.m. both days.
Savannah Salchli and Jackson Whitaker were the overall winners of the Chenault & Hoge Junior City Championship for golf, which was played Friday at Juniper Hill.
An informational meeting for the Franklin County girls soccer team will be held Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the Carter House at Lakeview Park.
LEXINGTON — Kentucky men’s golfer Jacob Cook, a Franklin County High School graduate, repeated as the Lexington City Men’s Golf champion on Sunday following an 8-under 64 on the final day of play to capture the event by five shots.
Franklin County’s Brady Hockensmith, who recently completed his junior year, took part in the Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches Association’s Junior East-West Showcase/All-Star Game at Centre College earlier this month.
Franklin County rising junior Kaden Moorman has been going to football camps this summer, looking for exposure and the possibility of getting offers.
LEXINGTON — This year, because of COVID and restrictions, has been a tough one for a lot of people, but Franklin County junior Jaden Oldham will remember it fondly.
Franklin County’s Taylor Manley won two individual events and was on a winning relay team at last week’s Class 2A Region 4 track & field meet.
When Jeremy Sheetinger stepped away from coaching after three years as head baseball coach at Spalding University, he was ready to take his career in another direction.
Several local athletes have earned berths in the Class 2A KHSAA State Track & Field Championships Friday at the University of Kentucky.
LEXINGTON — Franklin County’s baseball team took a 3-0 lead in the top of the first inning Saturday, but Sayre took the 12-3 win in the first round of the 11th Region Tournament.
GEORGETOWN — Franklin County’s softball team couldn’t get timely hits, and the Lady Flyers lost to Scott County 4-1 Saturday in the first round of the 11th Region Tournament.
Editor's Note: This story was updated at 11:45 a.m. June 3 to correct the date of the Class 2A state meet.
Editor's Note: This story was updated at noon June 3 to include Franklin County's first-round game in the 11th Region Tournament.
Editor's Note: This story was updated at 6:15 p.m. June 2 to include the 11th Region Tournament opening games for Franklin County and Great Crossing.
Franklin County baseball coach Jeff Wilhoite thought execution was the key to his team’s 9-3 win over Frankfort Monday in the 41st District Tournament at FCHS.
Franklin County's Peyton Sutton won't be playing softball in college. With plans to go into the medical field, she'll be focusing on academics.
Franklin County’s girls team and Western Hills’ boys team were the winners of the County Championships in track and field Tuesday at WHHS.
The 41st District baseball and softball tournaments will be played next week. Both tournaments are at Franklin County, and both begin on Monday.
For the third consecutive year, Kentucky men's golfer Jacob Cook was named to the Southeastern Conference Community Service Team for his outstanding efforts in the community.
Franklin County softball coach Tracy Spickard lamented her team’s lack of focus in its 17-4 loss at Western Hills on April 20.
Franklin County’s Rylee Warner has been on a tear this season, but she stepped it up Thursday when she went 4-for-4 with two home runs, a double and three runs batted in as the Lady Flyer softball team won 15-14 against Collins.
Franklin County’s baseball team broke a three-game losing streak Saturday when it defeated Bourbon County 5-3.
Franklin County has a young softball team that coach Tracy Spickard says has struggled with consistency this season, but the Lady Flyers turned in a solid effort Thursday, beating Frankfort 7-0 at Sally Gaines Field.
Like most sports, archery had a tough go of it this season, but two area teams and two local individuals competed in the state tournament last weekend.
Kentucky’s high school swim season started in January. Nearly 3½ months later, it wraps up this weekend with three semi-state meets across the commonwealth.
When Western Hills’ softball team won Tuesday, what meant the most to coach Brian Redmon was the district race.
Franklin County’s Collin Matthews finished fifth in the 50-yard freestyle Saturday in the Region 6 swim meet at Falling Springs in Versailles.
The baseball game between Frankfort and Franklin County scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed until Thursday because of field conditions.