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Athletic Changes for 9/15

JV FOOTBALL  vs NORTH MONTGOMERY IS CANCELED.  IT IS RESCHEDULED TO TUESDAY, 9/16 @ 6:00 PM BOYS TENNIS vs LAFAYETTE JEFF IS CANCELED.  IT IS RESCHEDULED TO WEDNESDAY, 9/24 @ 5:00 PM. GIRLS SOCCER @ TIPTON IS CANCELED.  NO MAKE UP DATE AT THIS TIME.  

IHSAA Tip of the Week

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (9-15-14) “Promoting education-based athletics in Indiana.” Billy Horschel, winner of the PGA-BMW event last week, addressed his social media critics about “choking” the week before.  He hit an errant shot on the final hole to finish tied for second. While Horschel had a chance to win, he didn’t beat himself up

Noblesville Invite

The volleyball team went 1-3 at the Noblesville Invite on Saturday. Leading the offensive effort for the team was Laina Boggs with 11 kills on the day. Lucy Calvert also contributed 6 kills on the day, including a key kill to seal the win against Southmont. In the win against Southmont, Tania Olivas had 9

Rossville Invitational Boys tennis results 9/13/14

Frankfort finished 4th in the Rossville Invitational. Twin Lakes def Frankfort 4-1 1S Mason Townsley (F) def. Spencer Andrews 6-2,7-5 2S Justin Crabb (TL) def. Dallas Alquezada 6-1,6-1 3S Anthony Reyes (TL) def. Dylan Smith 6-4,6-2 1Db. Evan Luzzader /Connor Gutwein (TL) def Wyatt Holston / Alex Rockhold 6-1-6-2 2Db. Blake Harker /Alex Halsen (TL)

Girls Golf Finishes 7th At Conference

The girls golf team on Saturday competed in the conference golf match at the Crawfordsville Country Club.  The team finished 7th.  Individual scores for the Lady Hot Dogs were Kelli Ross with a 110, Emily Waggoner shot a 112, Lauren King a 118, Heather Hunter a 131 and Hannah Anglea a 147.

Lady Hot Dog Soccer defeats BC 3 – 0

The Varsity Girls Soccer team moves to 7-3 on the season defeating Benton Central 3-0 on Saturday morning. Senior Goalkeeper Sofia Byrd and her defense consisting of Jessica Alanis, Maritza Alanis, Maria Cazares, Tanya Cervantes, and Melisa Garcia record their 5th shutout of the season. Senior Captain Lyndsey Isenhower got the Hot Dogs on the

Guidance News

Butler University is promoting the visiting writers series.  For more information, check out the attached flyer.  Butler Visiting Writers Series Also, see your Counselors for more and other information…

Frankfort tennis loses to Lebanon

Lebanon def. Frankfort 5-0 1. Zach Rice (L) def. Mason Townsley 6-3,6-0 2. Justin Woodard (L) def. Dallas Alquezada 6-3,6-3 3. Tyler Boggess(L) def. Dylan Smith 6-0,6-0 1Db. Nick Wright /Jacob Copeland (L) def Wyatt Holston /Alex Rockhold 6-2,6-2 2 Db Jacob Young / Chance Franklin (L) def Connor Cotton / Daniel Rosales 6-0,6-0 J.V.

Lebanon Results

The volleyball team fell to Lebanon last night but made huge improvements over the course of the week by fearlessly defending Lebanon’s offense and keeping their numbers below average. Leading the defensive effort was Jacenda Perry and Laina Boggs with a solo block each. Bri Myers and Casey Robertson each had 8 digs, while Tania

Boys Soccer Suffered first loss to Rivals

The Frankfort Boys Soccer Team suffered their first loss in conference against their rivals….the Lebanon Tigers. The score was 3-2, and goals were scored by Abraham Bernardo-Franko, and Rafael Reyes. The Tigers scored all their goals off of set pieces. The loss was tough for the team, because the Hotdogs dominated possession and had twice