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9th & JV Boys Basketball Take Down the Stars

The JV team came away with a huge conference road victory at Western Boone by the score of 56-41. The team got off to a slow start on both ends but great intensity on the defensive end led to consistent stops while the Hot Dogs shooting heated up on the offensive end. Trey Frazier played

Swimming & Diving Conference Prelims Results

Conference Prelims- Aubrey Teter: 16th in the 200 yard freestyle, 12th in the 100 yard breaststroke Tyler Harness: 15th in the 200 yard freestyle, 11th in the 500 yard freestyle Hailey Campbell: 15th in the 200 yard IM, 15th in the 100 yard butterfly Katie Stitsworth: 14th in the 50 yard freestyle, 15th in the

Basketball Reschedule 1-12-2018

Due to Western Boone cancellation of school today due to weather, their policy is all teams cannot travel. Therefore, tonight Girls and Boys Varsity DH with Western Boone are rescheduled to the following dates.  Both games will be played at 7 PM. Girls game is January 24th, at 7 PM. Boys game is February 6th,

9th Boys Basketball Falls Short to Gophers

The Freshman boys continue to have a slow start. They battled back before halftime and got down by 2 by a last second put back from Landon Mejia. The momentum carried with us through the half. We came out pushing the ball and went into the 4th with a 2 point lead. The young Hot

Wrestling Senior Night

Tuesday Night the Hot Dog Wrestling team honored the senior wrestlers and managers.  It was a great event.  We were host to the Western Panthers, both High School and Middle school. In JV action the Dogs won all 3 matches by pin. Congratulations to Josue Antonino, Jordan Ortiz and Oliver Lopez The varsity lost 70-6 Congratulations to

IHSAA Tip of the Week

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (1-8-18) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” Indiana University basketball recruit Robert Phinisee, a senior guard at McCutheon H.S. In Lafayette, is having an outstanding senior season. He still describes his game as a work in progress, and according to the Indy Star he continues to work hard and

Eagles Soar over Hot Dogs

Frankfort fell to Zionsville tonight by the score of 47-73. The team played a solid first half on both ends of the floor and went into the half being down only by 1. Unfortunately, the Dogs were unable to score and manufacture stops on the defensive end being outscored 45-20 in the second half. The

Boys Basketball takes down Tigers

Frankfort had a huge comeback victory over rival Lebanon tonight 49-45. The Dogs trailed the entire game until the last two minutes. Frankfort went in at the half down four and trailed at the end of the third by ten. The lineup of Noah Dubree, Jose Valdes Sandoval, Casey Henry, Alex Siegfried, and Damon Moore played with