The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats’ baseball team broke a tie game with seven runs in the 6th and 7th innings to defeat the Logan County Cougars, 8-1.
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The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats lost two games against the Barren County Trojanettes at the F-S Soccer and Softball Complex last Monday night and to the East Robertson Lady Indians last Thursday in Cross Plains, TN in similar fashion as both teams won their games in their final at bats.
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats’ softball team’s late innings rally came up short as they lost their first 13th District game of the season 7-5 to the Logan County Lady Cougars last Tuesday night.
Kentucky 4-H Shooting Sports began in 1988 and is a nationally recognized program that focuses on fostering life skills and positive youth development through healthy competition, service, leadership and education. There are a variety of disciplines offered within the 4-H program including a…
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats’ softball team lost two of their three non district games by allowing eight runs in an inning against the Allen County-Scottsville Lady Patriots and the South Warren Lady Spartans. They did close out the week with a win over the Ohio County Lady Eagles from the…
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats’ baseball team overcame a rough start in the top of the 1st inning with a 6-2 victory last Friday night over the Butler County Bears at Greg Shelton Field that extended their winning streak to five games.
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats’ softball team rebounded back from their heartbreaking loss to the South Warren lady Spartans by defeating the Todd County Central Lady Rebels 8-1 last Tuesday night in Elkton.
Senior Cole Wix went five for five with a RBI and junior Luke Richardson went four for five with four RBI at the plate as the Franklin-Simpson Wildcats’ baseball team belted out 22 hits to defeat the Todd County Central Rebels 13-1 last Tuesday night in Elkton in 13th District play.
The Bowling Green Hot Rods, High-A affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays, have announced the promotional schedule for the 2021 Minor League season. The 60-game home schedule is packed with giveaways, special events, theme nights, and appreciation nights to welcome fans back to Bowling Green Ballpark.
Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats’ senior Kaeleigh Tuck signed her letter of intent to play collegiate softball for the Campbellsville University Lady Tigers last Wednesday at the F-S Gym.
A seven run third inning propelled the Franklin-Simpson Wildcats’ baseball team to an 11-1 victory in 13th District play over the Russellville Panthers last Tuesday night at Greg Shelton Field.
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats’ softball team won two out of three games in non-district play. They split two games with the Glasgow Lady Scotties and the Bowling Green Lady Purples from the 4th Region and picked up a win over the Ohio County Lady Eagles from the 3rd Region.
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats’ baseball team scored two runs in their final at bat for the come from behind 6-5 victory over the Russellville Lady Panthers in their first 13th District game of the season.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats’ baseball team completed a perfect week of games with a cone from behind road win over the Glasgow Scotties and a five inning victory over the University Heights Blazers.
In a normal season, the Franklin-Simpson Wildcats’ cheer team would have participated in two to three competitions. This season, they only have one as the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s Cheer Competition, which normally takes place in November, will have their regional competiti…
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats were not able to win a game in the Warren County Invitational, a multitude of games played against teams from all over the state at all four Warren County schools.
For the first time in its 31-year history, Kentucky Downs is offering three $1 million races during its six-date 2021 meet. Added to the track’s signature Grade 2 Calumet Turf Cup, whose purse was first raised to seven figures in 2019, Kentucky Downs’ $1 million trio also will feature the Gr…
Following the conclusion of each game in the boys and girls’ 4th Region Tournaments, players were selected to the 4th Region All-Tournament Team.
It’s been a combined 1,349 days since the Franklin-Simpson baseball and softball teams took the field. Their last games they played were in the 4th Region Tournament at Western Kentucky University. Both teams are anxious to get back on the diamond.
Franklin-Simpson senior Andreyas Miller was selected to the 4th Region Kentucky High School Coaches Association First Team and Kate Norwood was selected to the 4th Region KHSCA Second Team.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats’ baseball team started their season with a 5-0 victory at the Warren East Raiders for head coach Matt Wilhite’s first career and the team’s first victory of the season.
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats softball team earned their first win of the season as they overcame a four run deficit and junior Sherrekia Kitchens’ game winning walk off RBI single with bases loaded in the bottom of the 8th inning gave them a 7-6 victory over the East Robertson Indians last…
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats’ baseball team hosted the Wildcats’ Classic for their first two home games of the baseball season against the Hopkinsville Tigers, from the 8th District of the 2nd Region, and the Muhlenberg County Mustangs, from the 10th District of the 3rd Region at Greg Shelt…
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats’ softball team opened the 2021 season against two teams from the 14th District, the Greenwood Lady Gators and the Warren East Lady Raiders, who are both ranked in the top 25 teams in the state.
The 2021 F-S Wildcats baseball team members are, front row, from left, Preston Jenkins, Cole Wix, Jake Konow, Sam Mylor, Ben Banton, Isaac Callis and Lake Bell. Back row, from left, are Padon Vaughn, Taylor Lowhorn, Skyler Martinez, Dawson Owens, Connor Vincent, Justin Jones, Dalton Fiveash,…
The 2021 F-S Lady Cats’ softball team members are, front row, from left, Allie Utley, Abby Cook, Jasmine Grover, Ansleigh Bonner, Reese Williford, FaDrea Payne, Lily Ferguson, Khloe Smith, Kaitlyn Woodall, Maggie Brown and Hallie Boles. Back row, from left, are assistant Coach Trent Coffee, …
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats ended a seven year dry spell in the 4th Region Tournament. Although the season didn’t end exactly the way they wanted, they put the region on notice that they will be back for more in years to come.
A nine-point second half lead was squandered away by the Franklin-Simpson Wildcats that led to their heartbreaking, 62-59, loss to the Barren County Trojans last Sunday at the F-S Gym in the opening round game of the 4th Region Basketball Tournament.
Winning a district championship is always special but when both teams can win the boys and girls’ district championship on their home floor, it makes winning even sweeter.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcat basketball teams took one step closer in winning the 13th District basketball tournament by winning both of their games against the Todd County Central Rebels last Sunday afternoon and Tuesday night at the F-S Gym.
In their final 13th District regular season game, the Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats used great defense to become the regular season district champions with a 51-23 victory over the Todd County Central Lady Rebels last Monday night in the original F-S Gym.
Franklin-Simpson Wildcats’ basketball teams closed out the regular season at the F-S Gym on Frank Cardwell Court in a girls/ boys doubleheader against the Bowling Green Purples, who are widely regarded as the best teams in the 4th Region.
The Western Kentucky University Hilltoppers’ basketball team has accepted a bid to play in the 83rd National Invitational Tournament hosted by Conference USA and the University of North Texas.
In 2020, Simpson County raised $8,970 through the Ag Tag Voluntary Donation program. That money that goes directly to Kentucky 4-H, Kentucky FFA and Kentucky Proud to support our agriculture community here locally and across the Commonwealth.
Franklin-Simpson High School junior Jalen Briscoe and senior Zoe Graves were crowned as 2021 Wildcat Basketball Homecoming King and Queen on Friday night as part of 2021 Basketball Homecoming.
The FS Swimcats were in action on Monday, Feb. 22, 2021. The two teams traveled to Muhlenberg County for a swim meet. The 2020-2021 season has been extended to April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The teams placed second to Muhlenberg County. It was the teams first meet of the season that sta…
The phrase “Nobody does Homecoming like Franklin-Simpson High School” still holds true, despite an ongoing pandemic, as the Wildcats celebrated 2021 Basketball Homecoming by sweeping their basketball doubleheader with the Monroe County Falcons last Friday night at the F-S Gym.