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Hot Dogs tame the Tigers

Frankfort beat visiting Peru, 23-25, 25-20, 25-11, 25-17, in volleyball on Thursday.

Ashley Timmons led the Hot Dogs with 25 kills and 19 digs with an ace and an assist. Lindsey Gay had 46 assists with 14 digs, an ace and 10 kills.

Other contributors included Chloe Roberts (16 kills, an ace and 15 digs), Tarah Martinez (15 digs, an ace and two kills), Allyson Timmons (six kills and a block), Morgan Adamson (five kills, three digs and a block), Kylie Norman (nine digs) and Maicee Sterrett (eight digs and an ace).

Frankfort improved to 10-9 on the season with the win. They play today in the Volley Knight Invite at Southwood in Wabash starting at 9 a.m.

Bulldogs lose in 4 to Tri-Central

Clinton Central lost in four games to Tri-Central in Hoosier Heartland Conference volleyball on Thursday.

Details of the match were not immediately available.

The Bulldogs fell to 2-19 (2-5 conference) with the loss while Sheridan improved to 3-18 (2-4). Central next host Clinton Prairie at 6 p.m. Thursday.

Boys soccer

Hot Dogs fall to Twin Lakes on Senior Night

Frankfort lost 2-0 to visiting Twin Lakes on Senior Night on Thursday, recognizing 12 seniors playing their last home game during the match.

Twin Lakes led 1-0 at the half on a free kick.

“Frankfort’s recent woes in finishing would continue to haunt them in the second half with several shots being just high of the net or hitting the cross bar or posts,” Hot Dog head coach Chris Butler posted on the school’s athletic website. “Twin Lakes scored again with 12 minutes remaining on a very quick counter strike off a Frankfort missed shot.”

The junior varsity won 2-0 later in the evening. Manny Morales and Alex Campos scored the Hot Dog goals, with Izzy Santillan and Alex Perez recording assists. The JV ended the season with a 6-1-2 record.

The varsity finished the regular season at 8-7-1. They next play Tri-West at 5 p.m. Tuesday in the first round of the Class 2A Danville sectional.

Rossville loses in shootout to Sheridan

Rossville and visiting Sheridan played to a 0-0 tie in Hoosier Heartland Conference soccer on Thursday, with the Blackhawks prevailing 4-3 in a shootout to determine the winner.

Hornet goaltender Jarrett Barbour was credited with three saves and a penalty kick save.

Rossville fell to 2-12-2 (2-4 conference) with the loss, while Sheridan improved to 6-6-2 (3-2). The Hornets host a Class 1A sectional this year, with their next game against Carroll at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the state tourney.