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.
Western Hills’ girls basketball team took a 40-28 lead into the fourth quarter, then withstood Madison Central’s rally to win 58-54 Tuesday in Richmond.
Western Hills senior Maddie LeCompte has been having a solid basketball season, but on Dec. 21 she had a game to remember.
Zach Semones scored 26 points and Walter Campbell had a double-double as Western Hills’ boys basketball team defeated Boone County 84-66 Saturday on the last day of the Henry County Invitational.
Franklin County’s offense put up some impressive numbers during the Flyers’ 11-1 football season, scoring 491 points and gaining 4,843 yards.
Western Hills senior Maddie LeCompte scored 36 points as the WHHS girls basketball team beat North Bullitt 58-51 in the WesBanco Bank Holiday Classic Saturday at North Bullitt.
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.
Playing with a lead has been a problem for Western Hills’ girls basketball this season, but the Lady Wolverines did a good job of it Wednesday, beating Collins 62-51 Wednesday at Lapsley Cardwell Gymnasium.
Frankfort, Franklin County and Western Hills competed in the Woodford County Invitational swim meet Saturday at Falling Springs in Versailles.
Western Hills' boys basketball team followed up Friday's win over Frankfort with a 73-55 victory Saturday in the Jim Lankster Classic at Sayre.
Wan'Dale Robinson was named a second-team freshman All-American by The Athletic on Thursday, making the team as a wide receiver while playing both wideout and running back for Nebraska this fall.
Trailing 50-43 after three quarters, Western Hills’ boys basketball team grabbed a late lead, only to lose, 68-67, on a shot at the buzzer at Henry County Friday.
Kendall Dailey, 17, a senior at Western Hills High School, has signed to play softball at Lindsey Wilson College, an NAIA school in Columbia and a member of the Mid-South Conference.
Brandon Muravchick is beginning his third year as the head girls basketball coach at Western Hills, and he’s starting to see a change in the program.
Western Hills’ boys basketball team lost a lot of experience from last year’s team, but the Wolverines have added some new wrinkles this season.
Franklin County’s girls soccer team had an exceptional season, tying the school record for wins in a season with 19 and capturing its third straight 41st District Tournament championship.
Frankfort senior Reed Miklavcic concluded a stellar high school career this fall by earning all-state honors and finishing 15th in the state in scoring.
Two Western Hills football players earned honorable mention on the Class 3A District 4 all-district team named by the Greater Louisville Football Coaches Association.
The Bondurant Middle School wrestling team traveled to Anderson County Nov. 2 to compete in the Anderson County Mustang Brawl. This year’s tournament drew a total of 236 wrestlers.
Nebraska’s Wan’Dale Robinson, a graduate of Western Hills, is the only true freshman in the country to have 1,000 all-purpose yards through football games of Nov. 9.