Earl Maxwell Howard Jr.’s golf career had a humble beginning, working as a caddie at Juniper Hill Golf Course when he was 13 years old.
Franklin County sophomore Rylee Warner received honorable mention on the Class 2A all-state softball team released Sunday by the Kentucky Softball Coaches Association.
Franklin County’s Bennett Myers was named second team alls-state and Brady Hockensmith received honorable mention on the all-state team released by the Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches Association.
The FCHS Flyer Archery Camp, for all rising fourth through ninth graders for the 2022-2023 school year, will be Monday through June 10 at the Franklin County High School gym.
In her eight years of playing school basketball, Patience Laster won a middle school state championship and made three trips to the KHSAA state tournament.
Franklin County’s girls track team had two individual champions and a winning relay team at the Class 2A Region 5 track meet Wednesday at Scott High.
The Western Hills and Franklin County softball teams met Tuesday for the third time this season in the first round of the 41st District tournament at Paul Weddle Field at State Stadium.
Editor's Note: This story was updated at 4:15 p.m. on May 27 with Franklin County statistics and all-tournament team member.
Franklin County seniors Katherine Nolan and Jacob Hogan have been excelling in the classroom, but they’ve also been making a big impact as class officers.
GEORGETOWN — Great Crossing’s baseball team scored two runs in the top of the first inning and kept the lead the rest of the way, beating Franklin County 14-5 in the 41st District tournament championship game Wednesday night at Great Crossing.
The local track teams closed out the regular season Monday with the County Championships at Western Hills.
For a fourth 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’s baseball team knew what was on the line when it hosted Frankfort Wednesday for a doubleheader.
Last year, when Franklin County’s Shauvi Kennedy finished third in the 100-meter dash at the Class 2A state track and field championships, she ran a personal record of 12.43 seconds in the event.
Franklin County’s Shauvi Kennedy finished second in the 100-meter dash, and the Lady Flyers placed 15th in the team standings at the Brother Borgia/Coach Cooper Invitational hosted by St. Xavier in Louisville Saturday.
It took awhile to get started, but a big fifth inning put Franklin County’s baseball team in the driver’s seat Wednesday night.
Franklin County’s softball team hosted the Capital City Showcase over the weekend, posting a 2-2 record and placing fifth.
Western Hills softball coach Brian Redmon had talked to his team about what it needed to do against Franklin County Tuesday.
Western Hills’ Zach Semones and Franklin County’s Jayden Mattison have been selected as 11th Region senior basketball all-stars and will play in a game against the 12th Region senior all-stars April 22 at Madison Southern.
Franklin County’s softball team has played just three games, but the Lady Flyers have followed the same formula to win all three contests.
Both Franklin County archery teams finished second in the KHSAA Region 5 tournament Saturday at Anderson County High School, qualifying them for the KHSAA state tournament April 19 in Bowling Green.
Young football enthusiasts took to Benny Watkins Field at Franklin County High School Monday night for their first Capital City Flag Football League practice of the season.
The season for Tennessee’s women’s basketball team ended Saturday in the NCAA Sweet Sixteen with a 76-64 loss to Louisville, the top seed in the Wichita Region.
Rebecca Cook saw her season come to an end Monday night while Brooklynn Miles will be playing in the NCAA Sweet Sixteen this weekend.
STATESBORO, Ga. — Kentucky’s Jacob Cook tied his career low round Sunday, shooting a 6-under par 66 to pace the Kentucky men's golf team on the final day of play at the Schenkel Invitational.
Franklin County’s Jhaven Meade made her presence known on defense last week at the Mingua Beef Jerky Girls’ Basketball Sweet Sixteen.