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.
Western Hills’ Emma Campbell, Madelyn Muller and Joshua Downey all won events at the Indoor State Track and Field Championships Saturday at the Mason County Indoor Athletic Complex.
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.
Trailing by 24 points after the third quarter, Western Hills’ boys basketball team got within one point before losing 71-68 to Paris Friday at WHHS.
Western Hills’ girls basketball team fell behind 20-10 after the first quarter, and Lafayette kept the lead the rest of the way, winning 71-30 Tuesday night in Lexington.
LEXINGTON — Western Hills junior Jeffery Parker competed in the State Wrestling Championships for the first time this weekend, coming in as a relative unknown after placing third in the Region 5 Tournament.
Western Hills’ boys basketball team scored 28 points in the fourth quarter to break open a close game and win 76-63 Friday over Nicholas County at WHHS.
Franklin County senior Nathaniel Lawrence and Western Hills junior Jeffery Parker reached the semifinals at the State Wrestling Championships Friday at Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park.
Western Hills' 400-yard freestyle relay team of Anish Penmecha, Hithan Garla, Nikhil Akula and Evan Sinor-Huggins qualified for the state swimming championships based on its time in the Region 6 meet Saturday at the Falling Spring Center in Versailles.
Western Hills’ Emma Campbell won the two-mile run at the Wildcat Track Classic indoor meet Saturday at the University of Kentucky’s Nutter Fieldhouse.
Western Hills' boys basketball team scored the first six points in its game against Frankfort Wednesday and led 8-2 with 5:53 left in the first quarter.
Western Hills senior Logan Thomas has been swimming, she says, since she could walk, and this weekend she’ll be competing in the Region 6 meet along with other swimmers from WHHS, Frankfort and Franklin County.
Neither team was at full strength for the wrestling City Championships Wednesday, but it was Franklin County that came away with the 47-36 win over Western Hills at FCHS.
Franklin County’s boys basketball team beat Shelby County 64-49 Tuesday night at FCHS, giving Franklin County coach Tony Wise his 300th career victory.
Western Hills' boys basketball team entered the fourth quarter of the Kentucky 2A Championships Section 4 final trailing the Christian Academy of Louisville 64-47.
WeWannaPlay has been assisting local student-athletes for years, helping them offset the costs associated with playing varsity sports at Frankfort, Franklin County and Western Hills.