Frankfort Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball

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Volleyball Faces Tough Competition, Goes 0-2

The volleyball team faced two tough opponents this week in Tipton and Clinton Prairie. On Tuesday, the girls played tough but could not score offensively against the Blue Devil’s tough defense. Leading the way was Ashley Timmons with 13 kills and Kimee Kingma with 12 kills. Riley Isgrigg had 38 assists, 2 blocks, and 2

Volleyball Places Second in Hot Dog Invite

The volleyball team placed second at the Hot Dog Invite on Saturday by defeating Carroll and Benton Central. They dropped a close second match to Madison Grant 1-2. Riley Isgrigg led the balanced offense with 65 assists, while Kimee Kingma, Chloe Roberts, and Ashley Timmons all contributed 17 kills a piece. Emily Michael had 19

JV Conference Tournament and Noblesville Invite Results

The JV had a good showing at the Sagamore Conference JV volleyball tournament on Saturday, placing 5th and going 2-2 for the day. Lindsey Gay had 9 kills and 34 assists, Kylie Norman had 10 kills and 7 aces, Mallory Martin had 13 kills, and Ingrid Valdes had 9 kills. Sydney Pearcy had 5 kills

Volleyball Sweeps Lebanon

The volleyball team traveled to Lebanon on Thursday evening for a match to benefit 5 year old Hudson Lewis and his team Hudson’s Heroes which raises money for Cystic Fibrosis research. The team was proud to wear purple for such a worthy cause. In JV action, Frankfort fell to Lebanon 1-2. The team improved their

Volleyball Drops to 1-1 in Conference Play

The volleyball teams hosted Tri-West on Wednesday evening. One highlight of the evening came from Lindsey Gay who came in serving strong with 3 aces, tallying 5 points in game two and helping to lead a comeback in game four with a 7 point run. Avery Drew had a strong defensive evening with 34 digs

Volleyball Falls to West Lafayette in 4

The volleyball team came out on fire Thursday night against West Lafayette, taking game one 25-17. Although the dogs led most of game two, West Lafayette’s offense came alive and was too much for the Hot Dog defense. Although the team fell in four, several objectives were met and improvements made from last week’s competition.

Volleyball Takes Western Down in 4

The volleyball team traveled to Western High School on Wednesday evening and defeated the Panthers 3-1. Knowing their opponent’s ability to make a comeback, the team focused on keeping their intensity high throughout the match. Leading the way for the team was Riley Isgrigg with 47 assists and 4 kills. Avery Drew had 22 digs

Volleyball Starts Strong Against CC

Coming off of a long and emotional win Tuesday evening against North Montgomery, the volleyball teams both fell to Central Catholic this evening 0-2, 1-3. The JV came out rallying with the Knights, but couldn’t keep up with CC’s tough serving. Playing well for the team was Grace Campbell with 2 kills and Mallory Martin

Volleyball Wins Conference Home Opener

The volleyball teams both defeated North Montgomery in their home and conference opener on Tuesday evening in close matches. The JV began the evening by winning 2-1. The third game was a nail biter with a score of 15-14. Leading the way was Lindsey Gay with 10 assists, 3 aces, and 8 digs. Kylie Norman

Central Catholic Match Scheduled

The Hot Dog Volleyball team will host Central Catholic on Wednesday evening at 6:00 in Case Arena. JV begins at 6:00.