Frankfort Boys Varsity Basketball

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King hits Buzzer-Beater to top Hornets

King drops buzzer-beater to beat Rossville Down by a single point in the final seconds, Frankfort sophomore guard Malik King got a runner to fall at the buzzer to give the Hot Dogs a dramatic 76-75 win over the cross-county rival Rossville Hornets on Saturday night in Case Arena. King came up big for the

Western beats Frankfort in overtime

By JIM MCCARTER Kokomo Tribune RUSSIAVILLE — Western’s boys basketball team picked up its first victory of the 2015-16 season, and boy did the Panthers earn it. The Panthers scratched and clawed their way back from an eight-point deficit late in the fourth quarter to put the game into overtime, then held off the 2-6

Kats take down Dogs

By PEDRO VELAZCO Kokomo Tribune | Posted: Sunday, December 13, 2015 1:00 am A night after a frustrating night in a loss to McCutcheon, Kokomo’s boys basketball team needed to get primal. Kokomo channeled its inner hunter Saturday night, hunting the ball in packs defensively, then going into a feeding frenzy on loose balls. Kokomo

Hot Dogs fade in 2nd half of loss to Bruins

AARON KENNEDY akennedy@ftimes.com LIZTON – The Frankfort Hot Dogs couldn’t keep up with the Bruins, losing Friday night’s Sagamore Athletic Conference game 82-47 at Tri-West High School. It was a rough night for Frankfort, which lost each game of the girls-boys doubleheader by a large margin. The Hot Dogs briefly held a 5-2 lead after

CC Edges Frankfort

By SAM KING, Journal & Courier The game-changing play was a simple screen for the shooter. As Avery Denhart’s 3 trickled through the net, Luke Fusiek was knocked backwards while providing separation for his teammate. Fusiek’s two ensuing free throws completed a five-point play with 5:18 to go and was the difference in Class A No.

Frankfort saves best for last against BC

By CYLDE HUGHES for the Journal and Courier After trailing most the game, Frankfort turned up the defensive pressure in the fourth quarter to beat Benton Central 59-47 in the consolation semifinals of the J&C Hoops Classic at the Crawley Center Thursday night. Frankfort (2-1) will play in the fifth-place game of the boys basketball

Hot Dogs fall short against Lafayette Jeff

By AARON KENNEDY akennedy@ftimes.com LAFAYETTE – The clock ran out on a Frankfort comeback bid Monday night in the first round of the J&C Hoops Classic, as the Hot Dogs fell 71-66 to the host Lafayette Jefferson Bronchos. Down by 18 points halfway through the fourth quarter, at 70-52, Jordan Campbell scored for the Hot

Hot-shooting Dogs open season with win over Gophers

By AARON KENNEDY akennedy@ftimes.com FRANKFORT – For the 10th straight year, the Frankfort Hot Dogs opened the boys’ basketball season with a win over Clinton Prairie. This time, the Hot Dogs used a salvo of first-quarter 3-pointers to take the early advantage on their way to an 81-69 win over the Gophers on Wednesday night