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  • Honoring FC senior athletes
    The Franklin County High School Athletic Department would like to honor the seniors who are missing their spring season. 
  • River recreation still key to local economy
    Although canoe adventures weren't mentioned by name in Governor Eric Holcomb's Back on Track plan for Indiana, Morgan's Brookville Canoe and Outdoor Adventures and Whitewater Canoe Rental received clearance from Franklin County officials to open to the public on May 6.
  • Honoring FC senior athletes
    The Franklin County High School Athletic Department would like to honor the seniors who are missing their spring season.  
  • Although youth groups and rec leagues may begin athletic activities on June 14 per Indiana's Back on Track plan, high school programs must wait until the following month to resume practices and conditioning.
  • The IHSAA has waived the requirement for fall sports physicals in lieu of the health pandemic.
  • Honoring FC senior athletes
    The Franklin County High School Athletic Department would like to honor the seniors who are missing their spring season. 
  • Two perfect seasons in girls' debut
    For young kids today, it may seem hard to imagine a high school sports landscape devoid of competitive girls programs.
  • Tennis team reflects on missed season
    With four regional appearances in the past four years, coach Jeff Siebert's Lady Wildcat netters had every reason to believe they could land back on the Richmond High School courts in late May of this year.
  • Honoring FC senior athletes
    The Franklin County High School Athletic Department would like to honor the seniors who are missing their spring season. 
  • The games went on … but not this time
    America has most assuredly been through uncertain times before.
  • Honoring FC senior athletes
    The Franklin County High School Athletic Department would like to honor the seniors who are missing their spring season.
  • Milan made Brookville stop in 'Miracle' season
    The Milan Indians were a surprise entry in the boys basketball state final four in 1953, but it was the following season when the tiny Ripley County school would shock the state.
  • Cancellations snap spring traditions
    With the announcement last week that Indiana students would not be returning to the classroom in 2019-20, the IHSAA's spring sports schedules became the latest cancellations in the athletic world.
  • Entire sports world seeks an opening
    Okay, it's Friday, May 1. Students are presumably back at school and eager to get back on the diamonds, fields, tracks, courts and courses.
  • Workout War turning frowns upside down
    Sensing a bit of restlessness among their high school peers and alumni friends, a pair of Franklin County High School students have stumbled upon a temporary cure to the homebound blues.
  • The Franklin County Wildcats did not pick up too many team points in the overall Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference standings this winter, but a pair of male athletes earned All-Conference status.
  • Well, it won't be the most serious victim claimed by the COVID-19 outbreak, but nevertheless a 110-year hallowed tradition came to a grinding halt with the IHSAA's cancellation of the Indiana boys basketball state tournament.
  • Young 'Cats improve during rebuild
    Early in the 2018-19 season, circumstances forced Franklin County boys basketball coach Eric Ebrens' hand.
  • Cheerleaders - Tri-Eastern Conference
    The Winchester Falcons were the last of seven cheerleading squads entered in the Tri-Eastern Conference Cheerleading contest at Lincoln High School. 
  • Wrestlers buck the odds for winning season
    Considering the Franklin County High School wrestling program had a pair of strikes against it to open the 2019-20 campaign, the season turned out to be a net positive, with a 14-7 dual mark and one wrestler on the brink of a state finals appearance.
Thursday, May 28, 2020

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