With her back row teammates: juniors Natalie Wilkerson (8) and Alyssa Spears (3), Lady Cats’ senior Fantasia Suggs (1) makes a dig off a serve during the fourth Set of last Thursday night’s match against Owensboro.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats’ football team will kick-off their season opener on Friday night at 7 p.m. at Rhea Stadium taking on the Russellville Panthers in the Linton-Wren Kickoff Classic.
Juddmonte Farms’ homebred Flavius surged to the lead at midstretch and held off a late charge from defending champion Snapper Sinclair by three-quarters of a length to win the 23rd running of the $645,700 Tourist Mile to cap the WinStar Farm opening-day program of the six-day RUNHAPPY Meet a…
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats picked up their third win in match play this season as they defeated the Greenwood Lady Gators, 221 to 229, last Thursday at the Paul Walker Golf Course in Bowling Green.
Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, Nashville Mayor John Cooper announced that the Tennessee Titans and the Nashville Soccer Club will play their home games at Nissan Stadium without fans this month.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats competed in a tournament this past Sunday in Campbellsville. The tournament was moved to Sunday due to inclement weather that occurred last Saturday.
Owners racing horses at Kentucky Downs compete for some of the most lucrative purses in the world, and the track is encouraging horsemen to contribute a piece of their winnings to the Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation and the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund.
As the 2020 Kentucky High School Football season approaches, the Franklin-Simpson Wildcats took part in the 6th annual Paul Gray Prep Sports Media Day event at the Holiday Inn University Plaza in Bowling Green.
Last Monday, the Franklin-Simpson Wildcats and the Allen County Scottsville Patriots tied at 150 each in their nine-hole match play event at Kenny Perry’s Country Creek Golf Course. The Wildcats are 1-1-1 in match play this season.
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats’ golf team won their second nine-hole match play event of the season as they defeated the Logan County Lady Cougars by 12 strokes, 144 to 156, last Tuesday afternoon at Kenny Perry’s Country Creek Golf Course. The Lady Cats are 2-0 in match play.
On Saturday, the Franklin-Simpson Wildcats’ Golf Team shot a score of 306 to finish second at the Hawks Invitational at the My Old Kentucky Home Golf Course in Bardstown.
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats’ golf team competed in two tournaments last week. They began their week on Monday by competing in the Lady Gator Invitational at the Bowling Green Country Club, the site of the KHSAA Girls’ State Golf Tournament in October.
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats won their first nine-hole match play event of the season as they defeated the Allen County-Scottsville Lady Patriots by seven strokes, 216 to 223, last Tuesday at Kenny Perry’s Country Creek Golf Course.
The Lady Cats opened their season by playing two tournaments on difficult courses last week in Glasgow. Last Monday, they competed in the Lady Scottie Invitational and the Barren County Invitational on Saturday.
In last Monday’s season opener at the Greenwood Invitational at the Bowling Green Country Club, the site of the KHSAA Boys’ State Golf Tournament in October, junior Chase Wilson tied for second with a three under par score of 69 and senior Dalton Fiveash shot an even par score of 72 to lead …
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats golf team is ready to compete in a full season of matches and tournaments. Last season, they won a tournament and had a top 10 finish in the region tournament. They want to continue the momentum from last season.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats’ golf team started the season with one goal in mind: winning the region championship. The team hasn’t won the region tournament since 2017.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats Cheer Team celebrated its 2019-2020 season with a drive thru banquet on Friday, July 24 at the First Baptist Church.
The pressure never let up on Factor This as he made his 1 ¼-mile trek around Ellis Park on Sunday. It was an expected byproduct that comes with the burden of heavy favoritism, but it still made trainer Brad Cox’s nerves fray slightly as he watched it unfold from afar.
In consultation with the Barren River Health Department and WKU Athletics’ medical partners, the women’s soccer program has paused activities for two weeks following additional acute PCR swab COVID-19 testing.
Reserved seating for the 2020 RUNHAPPY Meet at Kentucky Downs are on sale now through the track’s online ticket office at kentuckydowns.com/racing/live-racing/buy-tickets.
The Bowling Green Hot Rods have scheduled a Senior Showcase game for Saturday July 25 at Bowling Green Ballpark. The game is presented by Reed Law Group and will feature area high school baseball players who missed out on their senior season.
WKU Football senior DeAngelo Malone was named among the very best defenders in the country on the 2020 Bednarik Award Watch List, the Maxwell Football Club announced Monday morning. Now in its 26th season, the Chuck Bednarik Award is presented annually to the outstanding defensive player in …
Eighteen Franklin-Simpson Wildcat student athletes were nominated and received recognition from the 3rd Annual Kentucky Super Preps Award Program presented by Med Center Health. They held a virtual event online that honored Super Prep Athletes from around the region June 25-28.
Sharper Image Lawn and Landscape has been well-known around the Franklin area for the past few years with several changes and improvements coming within the next year.
Nandina bushes (sometimes called Heavenly Bamboo even though they’re not related) are a common sight in landscaping. Deer and rabbits don’t eat them, and available cultivars range in height from one to seven feet. The fruiting varieties have beautiful berries which may persist through winter…
With the recent summer-like temperatures, many people have been getting outdoors to enjoy Kentucky’s lakes and streams. If not careful, a fun day swimming or boating can turn tragic in a matter of seconds.
When the 2020-2021 Franklin-Simpson Wildcats’ high school sports season begins in August, fans will be treated to a new look. The F-S Gym on Frank Cardwell Court recently received a new floor design.
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats Soccer teams, high school and middle school, have started their first contactless fundraiser of the season selling Nothing Bundt Cakes.
During the next several weeks, U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) will conduct the June Agricultural Survey. The agency will contact 2,000 producers across Kentucky to determine crop acreage and stock levels as of June 1, 2020.
According to the Kentucky Field Office of the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service production value of broilers and eggs in the Commonwealth declined in 2019.
As full-season soybean planting gets underway in Kentucky, Carrie Knott, University of Kentucky grain crops specialist, offers Kentucky producers some advice to help them get the crop off to a good start.
The Bowling Green Hot Rods have announced that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Midwest League All-Star Game presented by Med Center Health has been postponed.
On April 16, Franklin-Simpson Wildcats’ Athletic Director Matt Wilhite announced via social media that Alec Silchuk is replacing him as the head coach of the boys’ golf team.
Governor Andy Beshear made the announcement Monday, April 21 to superintendents that kindergarten through 12th grade schools are not reopening for in-person classes for the remainder of the 2019-2020 academic year.