The schedule for the prestigious 2021 4th Region Boys and Girls’ Basketball Tournaments was announced last Monday.
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The Bowling Green Hot Rods, High-A affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays, are excited to unveil the club’s 2021 schedule. The Hot Rods, who join the newly minted, 12-team, High-A East League, will play a 120-game schedule and host 60 contests at Bowling Green Ballpark over 10 homestands.
At the inaugural First Coast Classic Golf Tournament hosted by Western Kentucky University and North Florida at the 6,002-yard Deerwood Country Club in Jacksonville, FL, Franklin native and Lady Topper graduate senior Mary Joiner finished tied for 11th to lead the team to a tied for 5th plac…
With the Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats’ 53-31 victory over the Russellville Lady Panthers last Friday night in Russellville, they have clinched at least a share of the 13th District regular season championship.
In last Saturday’s “Clash of the Cats” at Edmonson County High School, the Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats’ athleticism and defense was too much for the Edmonson County Lady Cats as they built a big lead in the 1st Half and never looked back in their 67-42 victory.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats defeated the Russellville Panthers 72-54 to stay undefeated in the 13th District and move one step closer in winning the district regular season championship.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats remain undefeated in 13th District play with their 63-47 victory over the Todd County Central Rebels last Thursday night in Elkton.
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats used another 4th Quarter comeback to get their third 13th District victory of the season, 39-36 over the Logan County Lady Cougars.
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats’ basketball team ended their two game losing streak as with a 47-43 victory over the Butler County Lady Bears, from the 12th District of the 3rd Region, last Tuesday night at the F-S Gym.
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats lost a six-point lead in the 4th Quarter to lose 45-43 to the Allen County-Scottsville Lady Patriots last Tuesday night in Scottsville.
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats suffered their first loss in 13th District play last Friday night in Elkton with a 59-55 overtime loss to the Todd County Central Lady Rebels.
Franklin-Simpson senior Andreyas Miller set another career high in points with 34 as the Wildcats improved to 2-0 in the 13th District with a 60-52 win over the Russellville Panthers.
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats’ ”never give up” attitude came to the forefront on Friday night as they overcame a 13-point 2nd Half deficit for a 51-49 victory over the Russellville Lady Panthers.
In their first 13th District games of the season, the Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats and Wildcats basketball teams each came away with hard fought victories over the Logan County Cougars last Friday night.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats achieved their first win of the season as they defeated the Greenwood Gators, 66-62, last Tuesday night at the F-S Gym for their first win of the season.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats split their first doubleheader of the season last Saturday at the F-S Gym against the Clinton County Bulldogs, from the 16th District of the 4th Region.
The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats lost a seven point lead late down the stretch and that cost them a win in their season home opener, losing, 59-56, to the Hart County Lady Raiders, of the 5th Region.
The Franklin-Simpson Wildcat basketball teams are scheduled to host the Clinton County Bulldogs on Saturday afternoon in the first girls/boys varsity doubleheader of the season.
The Western Kentucky University Hilltoppers’ football team closed out their 2020 season with a 39-21 loss to the Georgia State Panthers in the 22nd annual Lending Tree Bowl in Mobile, Alabama. It’s the Hilltoppers second straight loss to the Panthers in a bowl game, Rhet list to the Panthers…
The Tennessee Titans had an opportunity to win the AFC South Division, but could not capitalize on it as they lost to the Green Bay Packers, the NFC North Division champions, 40-14, at Lambeau Field this past Sunday night.
Redshirt junior Luke Frampton’s six 3-pointers for a game high of 22 points led the Western Kentucky University Hilltoppers’ basketball team to a 88-68 victory over the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles in their final non-conference game of the season last Tuesday night at E.A. Diddle Arena.
In a game just added last week, the Western Kentucky University Hilltoppers’ basketball picked up a “true” road win with their 73-71 victory over the Alabama Crimson Tide.
A Christmas present came early for the Western Kentucky University football team as they were invited and accepted a bid to play the Georgia State Panthers in the Lending Tree Bowl this Saturday in Mobile, Alabama.
With the decision of the Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association, Franklin-Simpson High School basketball teams began practice on Dec. 14 for the upcoming 2021 season.
The Western Kentucky University Hilltoppers’ basketball team were tested in two games at E.A. Diddle Arena against Gardener-Webb last Thursday night and Rhode Island this past Sunday morning.
Twelve WKU Hilltoppers scored as they outrebounded Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils 42-21 and outscored the, 38-20 in the paint as they dominated the Delta Devils 96-69 for the first home victory of the season.
WKU and Charlotte’s regular season finale was pushed back three times due to the COVID-19 Pandemic but they finally got to play their game last Sunday with the Hilltoppers coming away with the 37-19 victory over the 49ers.
Simpson County Farm Bureau was recognized during the 101st Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) annual meeting in Louisville for its outstanding membership and program achievement in 2020. The award honors county Farm Bureau offices that meet the company’s profitability requirements and whose insuranc…
Almost three weeks ago, the Indianapolis Colts came away from Nissan Stadium with a 34-17 victory that left a bad taste in the mouth of the Tennessee Titans and took the lead away from the Titans in the AFC South Division.