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.
Franklin County’s girls basketball team went nearly a month without a game because of a COVID pause, and when the Lady Flyers returned to play they lost two of their first three games.
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.
Western Hills’ Maddie Muller closed out the indoor track season Saturday by winning two events at the KTCCCA (Kentucky Track and Cross Country Coaches Association) Class 2A Indoor State Championships Saturday in Louisville.
The Western Hills wrestling team’s roller-coaster season is on an upswing after the Wolverines won the City Championship Monday at WHHS.
The play may not have been what Frankfort girls basketball coach Deron Norman was looking for, but the Lady Panthers defeated Western Hills 42-27 Saturday night at WHHS.
Franklin County's boys basketball team has picked up a game for Saturday and will host Harrison County at 4 p.m. There will be no junior varsity game.
Western Hills senior Zach Semones reached a major milestone on Jan. 11, scoring the 2,000th point of his high school basketball career.
Western Hills' boys basketball team went 1-1 over the weekend, winning 59-57 at Model Friday and losing 71-65 to Tates Creek Saturday in the Gary Moore Classic at Franklin County.
Former Kentucky all-SEC running back Anthony White spent a lot of time watching Wan’Dale Robinson play when he was recruited by Kentucky two years ago and again now that he has transferred from Nebraska to UK.
Western Hills boys basketball team bounced back from Friday’s loss at Franklin County with a win Tuesday over Anderson County, and WHHS coach Geoff Cody liked what he saw from his team.
Taking advantage of its size, Franklin County’s girls basketball team took the ball inside and came away with a 78-17 win over Western Hills Friday at FCHS.
Franklin County’s boys basketball team took an early lead Friday and rode that momentum to a 59-47 win over Western Hills, tightening the district race.
After one quarter, Frankfort’s boys basketball team led Frankfort 19-6, and with just over five minutes left in the first half, FHS was ahead 26-9.
Editor's note: This story was updated at 10:15 p.m. on Jan. 15 to include remarks from Dale Robinson, Western Hills football coach Don Miller and Michael Hawkins.
Editor's Note: This story was updated at 4 p.m. on Jan. 7 with the addition of The Frankfort Christian Academy boys basketball team having five games over a two-week period being listed as COVID cancelations.
Western Hills wrestling coach Sean Wilkins had gone through a COVID-altered football season, so he had a good idea what was coming when the KHSAA Board of Control met Wednesday.