Frankfort’s volleyball team defeated The Frankfort Christian Academy 3-1 (19-25, 25-16, 25-23, 25-17) Monday in the 41st District tournament at Great Crossing.
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.
In a back and forth battle Monday in the 41st District tournament, Western Hills’ girls basketball team had the last run, hitting three free throws in the final 50 seconds to beat The Frankfort Christian Academy 40-38 at WHHS.
The Frankfort Christian Academy’s boys basketball stayed right with Franklin County for the first quarter and a big part of the first half.
Frankfort High’s boys basketball team suffered a tough loss Monday, falling to Great Crossing 68-66 on a last-second shot.
After an exhausting 3½ hour meeting, the Kentucky Board of Education punted the proverbial football back to the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s Board of Control on Friday.
Needing to win to set up a game with top-seeded Great Crossing, Frankfort’s boys basketball team took control early and defeated The Frankfort Christian Academy 98-42 Monday in the 41st District Tournament at Franklin County.
Frankfort’s boys basketball team picked up its first district win of the season Tuesday, defeating The Frankfort Christian Academy 82-25 Tuesday at TFCA.
The Frankfort High and The Frankfort Christian Academy girls basketball teams both lost in the semifinals of the 11th Region All “A” Classic Thursday at Lexington Christian.
Frankfort’s boys basketball team won its opener in the 11th Region All “A” Classic Monday, defeating Berea 63-42 at Lexington Christian.
Western Hills’ boys basketball team had one goal going into Thursday’s game at The Frankfort Christian Academy, and that was to get another district win.
The Frankfort Christian Academy boys basketball team played a full KHSAA schedule last season, getting ready to contend for the 41st District title this year.
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.