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Frankfort falls 62-6 to Tri-West

Frankfort opened Sagamore Conference play with a 62-6 loss in football to visiting Tri-West on Friday.

Tri-West jumped out to a 19-0 first-quarter lead increasing it to 33-0 at the half and 49-0 after three quarters. Frankfort quarterback Sam Michael scored on a 63-yard run with under a minute to play in the game to get the Hot Dogs on the scoreboard.

Michael ran for 48 yards on eight carries for Frankfort and completed 6-9 passes for 137 yards. Jack Wilkins ran for 31 yards on 12 carries, throwing 1-4 for 28 yards. Christian Matias ran four times for 8 yards, while Ivan Duarte had 9 yards off five carries and Franzel Pozos had a yard on one carry and Jade Ayers 3 yards on one.

Cameron Swinford caught five passes for 137 yards, with Michael catching one for 28 yards and Ayers had a catch for no yards.

Ethan Cook led the defense with 10 tackles (four solo), while Keagan Johns had eight (six solo) and Reece Mitchell seven (four solo and one for loss).

The Hot Dogs fell to 0-3 (0-1 conference), while Tri-West improved to 2-1 (1-0). Frankfort hits the road for the first time this Friday to visit conference foe Southmont (1-2, 0-1).

Cross Country

Frankfort 16th, Rossville 19th at Harrison Invite

Frankfort finished 16th and Rossville 19th at Saturday’s Harrison Cross Country Invitational in the boys event, with Rossville’s Preston Padgett taking 13th individually and Frankfort’s Hugo Hernandez 15th.

On the girls side, Frankfort sophomore Carina Alanis came in 67th (65th for team points) in 21:11, which was the seventh fastest time ever by a Hot Dog girls runner. The girls team finished 22nd out of 24 teams.

Padgett finished in 16:28, just edging Hernandez in 16:31 – the 10th fastest Hot Dog time of all-time. Harrison’s Caleb Williams won the event in 15:26, with Bloomington South taking the team event with 50 points followed by LaPorte (119) and Harrison (133). Frankfort finished with 383 for 16th and Rossville with 522 for 19th out of 26 teams.

Along with Hernandez, Frankfort runners included Ventura Bautista (72nd, 70th team in 17:39), Daniel Pritchett (94th, 90th team in 18:01), Bryan Longoria-Rocha (101st, 97th in 18:10), Angel Perez (116th, 111th in 18:28), Cristian Asensio-Mora (132nd, 127th in 18:45) and Jacob Craig (177th, 169th in 20:48).

After Padgett, Rossville runners were Nick Shedron (104th, 100th team in 18:12), Austin Bray (135th, 130th in 18:58), CJ Geheb (141st, 136th in 19:09), Gabe Spear (149th, 143rd in 19:30), Mitch Dickerson (152nd, 146th in 19:32) and Gabe Freeman (159th, 152nd in 19:53).

For the Hot Dog girls, Payton Dubree followed Alanis coming in 124th overall (119th team points) in 22:38 (the 19th best time in Frankfort history). Other Hot Dog runners included Cristina Espidio (132nd, 127th team in 22:53), Kiyomi Perkins (165th, 157th in 24:22), Jennifer Del Toro (180th, 170th in 26:32), Jalyn Vessels (181st, 171st in 26:51) and Hailey Cook (187th, 175th in 27:38).

Rossville had only four runners compete, not enough for a team score. Hornet runners included Tristen Wisda (139th in 23:02), Brecken Good (148th in 23:36), Emily Longenecker (178th in 25:47) and Lauren Mohler (183rd in 27:24).

Girls soccer

Oak Hill edges Hot Dogs 5-4

Frankfort went back and forth in goals before losing to visiting Oak Hill, 5-4, on Saturday in girls soccer, as junior Liz Cruz Sandoval continued to move up the school’s record book.

Sandoval scored three goals to tie Brittney Martin and Kelby Jenkins for fourth on Frankfort’s all-time goals scored list with 25, with Carolyne Morales adding one (her sixth on the year) for the Hot Dogs.

Oak Hill jumped out to a 2-0 lead with 25 minutes left in the first half before Sandoval halved it 3 minutes later and Morales tied it with a goal in traffic in front of the Eagles’ goal. Oak Hill regained the lead, 3-2, in the last 10 minutes of the half before Sandoval scored late in the half for a 3-3 tie at half.

Oak Hill moved ahead 4-3 with about 26 minutes left and added another a few minutes later on a set-piece. Frankfort controlled the ball for the last 12 minutes, Hot Dog head coach Isaac Field noted on the school’s athletic website, with Sandoval scoring her third goal (third hat trick of the year) with 11 minutes to play for the final score.

Sandoval needs four more goals to reach second place on Frankfort’s all-time goals list. Lydia Thompson and Flor Lopez currently hold that spot with 29 goals, with Chelsea Gerald first at 56. Sandoval’s 12th goal on the season tied her with Gerald and Kristyn Webb for fifth place for most goals in a season.

Frankfort (3-3-1) next visits conference opponent Southmont at 5:30 p.m. tonight.

Girls golf

Frankfort 7th, Central 9th at invite

Frankfort finished seventh and Clinton Central ninth at Saturday’s Ulen Invite in Lebanon.

The Hot Dogs shot a 457 and Central 468 during the 18-hole event, with Westfield’s junior varsity winning the invite with a 352. Sydney Cesare led Frankfort with a 92, with Emilee Shipley shooting a 114, Tori Hopkins a 123 and Raelyn Mitchell and Karleigh Bessler 128s (only one of which was included in the team score). 

Hannah McQuinn led the Bulldogs with a 96. Addy Sheets followed at 114, with Kailie Burnette carding a 119 and Makenzee Smith a 139 to complete the team score. Kenna Amos shot a 140 that was not included.

Frankfort and Central hook up again tonight along with Tipton at Frankfort Commons golf course at 5 p.m.