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Hot Dog boys soccer prevails 8-0 over WEBO

Frankfort won 8-0 over visiting conference foe Western Boone in boys soccer on Monday, with senior Brian Chavez netting a hat trick.

Chavez scored off of a pass from junior Rudy Garcia about halfway through the first half to get the scoring started. Senior Leo Mejia made it 2-0 next off a pass from Chavez, with senior Chris Hernandez adding another goal on a through ball from Leo Mejia for a 3-0 lead. Chavez scored two more goals to close out the half with the Hot Dogs leading 5-0, with one coming off an assist from senior Salvador Pena-Garcia.

Senior Christian Matias started out the scoring in the second half, with sophomore Yobi Trenado adding another off an assist from senior Daniel Mejia. Sophomore Avi Hernandez got the final goal of the night off a rebound of a Rudy Garcia shot that hit the post and bounced back into play. 

The junior varsity team won 5-1 over the Stars. Sophomore Huriel Sandoval Cruz scored a hat trick, while junior Manny Morales scored the other two goals for the Hot Dogs and also had an assist as the JV squad improved to 1-1-1 this season.

Frankfort improved to 5-2 (2-0 Sagamore Conference) and had a big home matchup on Tuesday against conference rival Lebanon. They visit Crawfordsville for another conference match at 5:30 p.m. Thursday. 

Boys tennis

Frankfort falls to Wildkats

Frankfort lost 5-0 on the road to Kokomo in boys tennis on Monday.

Noah Wilder, Jim Ostler and Riley Grasham lost by 6-0, 6-0 scores in No 1. through No. 3 singles respectively as the Hot Dogs shook up their singles and doubles lineups some. 

Usual No. 3 singles player Chase Thomas joined Jesus Garcia at No. 1 doubles, with the two losing to Nathaniel Elkin and Rajon Sellers, 6-1, 6-0. Elijah West and Luke Hodge lost to Drew Swain and Shade Chadwell at No. 2 doubles, 6-0, 6-2. 

The Hot Dogs were to play a conference match at Southmont on Tuesday and visit Lebanon at 4:30 p.m. Thursday in conference play again.