LEXINGTON — Mark Stoops expressed his excitement about the upcoming season during Southeastern Conference Media Days last week and echoed the same sentiment during the annual Kickoff Luncheon at the Woodford Reserve Room at Kroger Field on Wednesday.
The Western Hills High School Dance Team is hosting Kiddie Camp 8-11 a.m. Aug. 2-4 at the WHHS gymnasium. The camp is open to children in grades pre-K through eighth. Doors open at 7:30 a.m.
Lane Colston has had plenty of big wins in the sport of reining, but his biggest came this summer at the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Derby in Oklahoma City.
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.
Western Hills’ Maddie Muller was entered in four events at last week’s Class 2A KHSAA State Track & Field Championships, and she came home with four medals.
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.
Several local athletes have earned berths in the Class 2A KHSAA State Track & Field Championships Friday at the University of Kentucky.
Laila Jackson won a state championship, and JT Jackson and Judah Gambino were runners-up at the KTCCCA Elementary Track & Field Championships May 29 at North Oldham High School.
Editor's Note: This story was updated at 11:45 a.m. June 3 to correct the date of the Class 2A state meet.
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.
Franklin County softball coach Tracy Spickard lamented her team’s lack of focus in its 17-4 loss at Western Hills on April 20.
Frankfort and Western Hills both have players seeded in the top eight for the Region 11 girls tennis tournament, which starts Monday at Top Seed in Lexington.
Western Hills’ boys and girls track teams both placed fourth at the Mercer County all-comers meet Tuesday, and the Frankfort girls team was fifth.
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.
Editor's Note: This story was updated at 3 p.m. April 23 to include each team's hits and who pitched for each team.
Editor's Note: This story was updated at 12:30 p.m. April 21 with the rescheduling of the next game between Frankfort and Western Hills.
When Western Hills’ softball team won Tuesday, what meant the most to coach Brian Redmon was the district race.
Western Hills’ softball team made its move in the middle innings, and the Lady Wolverines defeated Frankfort 9-0 Thursday at State Stadium’s Paul Weddle Field.
LEXINGTON — As Kentucky enters its final week of spring workouts, Kentucky football coach Mark Stoops has been pleased with his team’s progress learning and adapting to a new offensive scheme.
Western Hills’ softball team scored a run in the bottom of the seventh inning to tie South Oldham and added another run in the 10th inning to win 7-6 Wednesday at WHHS.
Western Hills’ Sierra Weber and McKenna Briscoe both went 3-for-3 at the plate and pitcher Addi Watson struck out 11 as the Lady Wolverine softball team defeated Spencer County 12-2 Tuesday at WHHS.
Western Hills’ softball team went 3-1 as the season opened last week. That included a 3-0 record in the Jerry Puckett Cardinals Showcase over the weekend at George Rogers Clark.
The Franklin County and Western Hills swim teams competed in a quad meet March 27 with the Christian Academy of Louisville and host South Oldham.
Former Western Hills star Connie Goins — Kentucky’s Miss Basketball 1982 — will finally be inducted into the Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame.