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Tom Kerns spent years on area golf courses, first watching his daughter, Lesa, play for Franklin County High School and later watching her in tournaments at Juniper Hill.
Any male student at Franklin County High School interested in trying out for the FCHS boys golf team needs to attend practice on July 15 at 9 a.m. at Lakeview Golf Course.
On Monday night the Franklin County Board of Education unanimously approved a plan that gets student-athletes one step closer to the playing fields.
Katie Rose, who graduated from Franklin County last month, was awarded the Bert Hawkins Memorial Scholarship by the scholarship’s board of directors.
High school spring sports were canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic, and on Thursday the KSHAA said the dead period will be extended through May 31.
Franklin County sophomore Bennett Myers has been selected to participate in the Perfect Game Junior National Showcase, scheduled for June 6-9 in Hoover, Alabama.
One day after the announcement of the recommended closure of all schools to in-person instruction for the rest of the school year, the KHSAA has officially canceled the spring sports season and the resumption of the state basketball tournaments.
Franklin County junior Brooklynn Miles led the Lady Flyers all season, and Frankfort High senior Chaz Austin played a key role in the Panthers’ late-season surge.
Editor's note: This story was updated at 7:07 a.m. on March 24 to include comments from Western Hills High School football coach Don Miller.
LEXINGTON — The Kentucky High School Athletic Association has decided to cancel the remainder of the Girls Sweet 16 basketball tournament and next week’s Boys Sweet 16 at Rupp Arena.
LEXINGTON — Trailing by eight points midway through the third quarter, Franklin County’s girls basketball team battled to take a two-point lead midway through the fourth quarter.
Former players, former coaches, former rivals, a co-worker — they all make up the coaching staff of Franklin County girls basketball coach Joey Thacker.
When Jasmine Simpson, Lakin Hamblin and Justice Wiser were freshmen, Franklin County’s girls basketball team made its third straight trip to the state tournament.
RICHMOND — It was a year ago that Franklin County's girls basketball team last played Scott County, and it was a game that kept the Lady Flyers motivated.
When James Hyatt posted on Instagram Monday night that he needed 50,000 likes to receive a pair of custom soccer cleats to represent his father, Adam Hyatt, he found out he had until next Tuesday to reach that goal.
Franklin County High School will provide a pep bus at no cost to students for Friday's 11th Region championship game between the Lady Flyers and Scott County at Eastern Kentucky University at 7 p.m.
RICHMOND — It didn’t surprise Franklin County girls basketball coach Joey Thacker when Dunbar made a run at his team Wednesday, but the Lady Flyers knew what to do.
Franklin County’s girls basketball team made it seven consecutive 41st District championships Friday, holding off a scrappy Great Crossing team 62-46 in the tournament title game Friday at FCHS.
The Franklin County and Frankfort boys basketball teams had split the two games they played in the regular season, and they came into the championship game of the 41st District Tournament with similar records.
The Tennessee Titans’ top two quarterbacks from last season — Ryan Tannehill and Marcus Mariota — both have their deals with the team set to expire next month.
Franklin County’s girls basketball team had a plan to come out and take control early, and that’s just what the Lady Flyers did, beating Western Hills 68-19 Tuesday in the first round of the 41st District Tournament at FCHS.
LEXINGTON — Franklin County senior Nathaniel Lawrence was dealing with a knee injury, but that didn’t stop him from reaching the finals in the State Wrestling Championships.