The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats soccer team’s last 13th District match with the Todd County Central Rebels was a thriller at Todd County Central.
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The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats finished fourth overall with a score of 407 at the Class 2-A State Girls’ Golf Championship Tournament on Sept. 12 at the Owensboro Country Club in Owensboro.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats football team responded after a tough loss to the Logan County Cougars with a 44-8 victory at Rhea Stadium against the Russellville Panthers last Friday night.
BOWLING GREEN — WKU Hilltopper basketball will host a Pro Day to showcase its players for NBA scouts at noon Oct. 13 at E.A. Diddle Arena, head coach Rick Stansbury announced Sept. 15.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats soccer team split a pair of road matches last week as they picked up another 13th District win, setting them up with a showdown with the Todd County Central Rebels for the regular season district championship.
The Franklin-Simpson Middle School soccer team and first-year head coach D.J. Duncan were awarded second place in the annual Scotties Classic soccer tournament in Glasgow.
Trainer John Sadler thought the best place for Bran to start was far from his Southern California base, and in Saturday’s $1 million FanDuel Turf Sprint, a Grade 2, six-furlong test at Kentucky Downs.
This past Saturday, the Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats volleyball team was eliminated in the semifinal round of the Section 2 portion of the Class 2-A State Volleyball Tournament at Warren East High School as they lost 3-0 (25-7, 25-6 and 25-10) to the Warren East Lady Raiders.
In a matchup of two teams that could be a major factor in the Region 1 portion of the Class 4-A UK Healthcare State Football Playoffs, the Franklin-Simpson Wildcats and the Logan County Cougars engaged in a shootout last Friday night at James “Shadetree” Mathews Stadium at Hugh Crowdus Field…
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats volleyball team had a pretty successful week as they picked up a road 13th District and two non-district home wins this week.
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The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats volleyball team bounced back from their 13th District loss to the Logan County Lady Cougars and overcame some adversity for an exciting 3-1 (20-25, 30-28, 25-17 and 28-26) victory over the Hart County Lady Raiders in the opening round march of the Section 2 por…
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats soccer team found themselves in a grueling 13th District match with the Logan County Lady Cougars last Tuesday night at the F-S Soccer and Softball Complex.
FRANKLIN — Twin Creeks Racing Stable moved Law Professor from California because of the greater options offered with more racetracks in the East and Midwest. It proved a good move as the 4-year-old Constitution gelding won his first start for New York-based trainer Rob Atras, taking Thursday…
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats football team endured a tough week with personnel changes and finished last week off with a 41-7 victory over the White House Heritage (TN) Patriots for their first home victory of this season.
In a defensive oriented match between two of the top teams in the 4th Region in the Section 2 championship match of the Class 2-A Boys State Soccer Tournament, the Franklin-Simpson Wildcats suffered a 1-0 loss to the Warren Central Dragons on Aug. 31 at the F-S Soccer and Softball Complex.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats soccer team celebrated Senior Night with a 10-0 victory over the Logan County Cougars Aug. 25 at the F-S Soccer and Softball Complex.
Both Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats and Wildcats golf teams competed in match play events last week. The Lady Cats are gearing up for the upcoming Class 2-A Girls State Golf Tournament on Sept. 12 while the Wildcats are starting to prepare to see which five players will compete at the Region 3 G…
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats special teams play led to their demise as they were the victims of two enormous plays early in the game that allowed the Greenwood Gators to score 14 of their 21 points in the first quarter as the Gators defeated the Wildcats 36-13 on Aug. 26 at Greenwood High School.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats soccer team won the Scotties Classic hosted by Glasgow High School this past weekend at the Glasgow/Barren County Soccer Complex.
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats soccer team is enduring a tough stretch right now as they have a rash of injuries to key players that has forced them to move players in different positions and their thin depth of bench play became even thinner.
Gary Broady (second from right) presented the trophies to some of the Franklin Bank & Trust Industrial League softball players, winners on the bank team of the regular season and the tournament. From left: Zack Herrington, Kaitlyn Smith, Amanda Johnson, Megan Brady, Broady and Wes Markli…
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats will again travel to Bowling Green on Friday, this time to take on the Greenwood Gators. The Wildcats opened their season last week with a 31-24 win over the Spring Hill Creek (Tenn.) Raiders at the Gators Bowl. See more on Page A6.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats gave head coach Max Chaney his first season-opening football win in three seasons as they defeated the Spring Hill Creek (Tenn.) Raiders 31-14 in Friday’s Gators Bowl at Greenwood High School.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats boys soccer team earned two wins and advanced to play in the Section 2 championship match of the qualifying round of the Class 2-A Boys State Soccer Tournament.
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats soccer team came away with a win — their first in the 13th District in more than a year — and a tie in contests again Russellville, a 3-2 win, and Allen-County Scottsvile, a 1-1 tie last week.
Franklin-Simpson wrapped up its preseason with two scrimmages and a media appearance at the Paul Gray Prep Sports Media Day event presented by Med Center Health and Rafferty’s on Saturday at the Holiday Inn Convention Center.
The Franklin-Simpson High School soccer team, which is heading into the season as one of the top three teams in the 4th Region, began its season last week by taking two of three matches.
Lady Cats senior Conleigh Wilson finished tied for second overall in the Cougar Classic and was the overall winner of the Class 2-A qualifying tournament on Aug. 7 at Rolling Hills Golf Course in Russellville.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats football team will host “Howl at the Moon” at 4 p.m. today, followed by a final scrimmage game against Monroe County beginning at 6 p.m. at James “Shadetree” Mathews Stadium at Hugh Crowdus Field.
Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats softball player Lexi Holleman signed her letter of intent to play collegiate softball last Wednesday for the Kentucky Christian University Knights in Grayson.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats golf team competed in the Greenwood Gators Invitational Golf Tournament at the Bowling Green Country Club last Monday morning.
Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats golf senior Conleigh Wilson finished as the runner-up Aug. 2 in the Big Daddy Cardinal Classic at the Campbellsville Country Club hosted by Taylor County High School.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats football team will host the Butler County Bears and the Hart County Raiders in a controlled scrimmage Friday night at 6 p.m. at James “Shadetree” Mathews Stadium at Hugh Crowdus Field.
Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats golf team played in their first tournament of the 2022 golf season last Monday at the South Warren Lady Spartans Invitational at Park Mammoth Golf Club in Park City.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats golf team on Friday competed in the Spartan Clash hosted by South Warren High School at Rolling Hills Golf Course in Russellville.