Frankfort Boys Junior Varsity Basketball

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Hot Dogs can’t catch North Montgomery

By AARON KENNEDY – 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 – 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

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 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