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.
Western Hills' Griffin Staude, Jon Eades and Emma Campbell and Frankfort's Kenzie Barber were named all-state award winners by the Kentucky Track and Cross Country Coaches Association.
Frankfort's Ethan Vermillion and Western Hills' Matthew Meyer have received all-state recognition by the Kentucky High School Soccer Coaches Association.
Western Hills’ Emma Campbell went into her fifth state cross country championship Friday with the goal of finishing in the top 10.
Western Hills’ Griffin Staude has been on the school’s cross country team for six years, and he’s advanced to state in each of those years.
Western Hills’ volleyball team came into the 41st District Tournament with 15 wins, but few could top the Lady Wolverines’ 3-0 victory over Franklin County Tuesday in their tournament opener.
The game was played later than planned against an unexpected opponent, but Western Hills’ football team finally played its home opener Friday.
Western Hills' girls soccer team defeated top-seeded Great Crossing 3-2 Thursday in the championship match of the 41st District Tournament at Great Crossing.
Frankfort's Tyron Reynolds scored the game's winning goal Tuesday night as the Panther boys soccer team defeated Western Hills 2-1 in the 41st District Tournament at Great Crossing.
Western Hills' girls soccer team defeated Franklin County 4-1 Monday in the first round of the 41st District Tournament at Great Crossing.
The 41st District soccer tournament starts today with two girls matches. The boys first-round matches will be played Tuesday, and the championship matches will be Thursday.
The Franklin County and Western Hills boys soccer teams were looking for their first district win when they met Thursday at WHHS.
Western Hills’ Griffin Staude placed eighth in the boys varsity race and WHHS’ Emma Campbell was 20th in the girls varsity race Saturday at the Louisville XC Classic at Tom Sawyer State Park.
Local football games are still on hold for another week, but several local players are among the state leaders in statistics released by the KHSAA Thursday.
Western Hills’ Emma Campbell and Jon Eades had top local finishes in the Bourbon County Colonel Charge cross country meet Saturday in Paris.
Western Hills’ football team came into the week with a 2-0 record, fresh off a 28-26 win at Frankfort that wasn’t decided until the final play of the game.
Frankfort High’s volleyball team had a strong start in Tuesday’s match at Western Hills, but the Lady Panthers dropped their district opener 3-0 (25-18, 25-15, 25-6).
Western Hills senior Griffin Staude closed out his final County Championships in cross country with his fourth straight title.