Frankfort Boys Varsity Basketball

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IBCA ALL State Basketball

Congratulations to Jarrod Smith.  This past weekend Jarrod was named to the IBCA ALL STATE BASKETBALL TEAM Honorable Mention.  A great Accomplishment Jarrod.

Hot Dogs fall in Sectional Final

By AARON KENNEDY – akennedy@ftimes.com The Frankfort Hot Dogs ran into a buzz saw shortly after tipoff Saturday night, falling behind early before losing 81-55 to Tri-West the Class 3A sectional championship game in Case Arena. The Bruins came out with an aggressive and physical approach, and their press forced the Hot Dogs into more

Hot Dogs beat Chargers in OT

By AARON KENNEDY – akennedy@ftimes.com The Frankfort Hot Dogs earned their place in Saturday’s championship game by coming out on top of a 73-68 overtime battle versus the North Montgomery Chargers on Friday night in the semifinal round of the Frankfort Class 3A Sectional at Case Arena. Down by seven points at 60-53 with five

Hot Dogs take down the Tigers

By AARON KENNEDY – akennedy@ftimes.com The Frankfort Hot Dogs jumped on the Tigers moments after the tipoff and never looked back, seizing all the momentum and energy early in their 68-47 win over the Lebanon Tigers on Tuesday night in the first round of the Frankfort Class 3A sectional tournament in Case Arena. Playing on

NW rally denies Frankfort

By Mark Saluke, Kokomo Tribune It was a see-saw battle that took a dizzying toll on the scoreboard, but one that saw Northwestern’s boys basketball team hang with Frankfort through 15 lead changes and 16 ties before the Purple Tigers pulled away when it mattered most for a 66-57 home finale win on Senior night

Hot Dogs can’t catch North Montgomery

By AARON KENNEDY – akennedy@ftimes.com The clock ran out on a late comeback bid by the Frankfort Hot Dogs Friday who fell behind early in their 70-64 Sagamore Athletic Conference loss to the North Montgomery Chargers. Frankfort led in the game just once – at 6-5 two minutes in – before the Chargers built a

Warriors top Hot Dogs

By AARON KENNEDY – akennedy@ftimes.com The Frankfort boys’ basketball team had its three-game winning streak snapped by a 71-51 loss to the Warriors on Thursday night at Danville. It began as another competitive Sagamore Athletic Conference game. Malik King scored the first points of the game for the Hot Dogs, and there were nine lead

LCC wins shootout with Hot Dogs

Dana McBratney, for the Journal & Courier Fans who like high-scoring high school basketball should have been at McHale Gymnasium Friday night. The Central Catholic and Frankfort boys teams put on an offensive show with the Knights coming out on top 88-75. There were two players with 30 points each – Avery Denhart for Central Catholic