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Red Devils roast Hot Dogs

MIDDLE HITTER: Frankfort’s Allyson Timmons goes up against the block of West Lafayette’s Kiersten Wood during the Hot Dogs’ three-game sectional loss at Frankfort on Thursday.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Frankfort started slowly on Thursday and exited the Class 3A volleyball sectional they hosted to West Lafayette, which controlled the match almost in its entirety until the very end. “We started playing really hard in the t

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Young Hornets learn their lessons in sectional defeat

ON THE BLOCK: Rossville’s Lacey Starkey (8) and Katie Taylor (10) go for a block during the Hornets’ 25-11, 25-21, 25-16 loss to Seeger, which eliminated them from the Clinton Prairie sectional on Thursday.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Rossville made great strides in their volleyball program this season with several young players leading the resurgence, but that youth may have cost them on Thursday as they lost in the first round of the Clinton Prairie Class 2A

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Central falls to Rebels in volleyball sectional

Clinton Central exited the Tri-County Class 1A Sectional in volleyball on Thursday with a first-round loss to South Newton in three straight games. The Rebels dominated the match, 25-12, 25-15, 25-15, led by 15 kills from senior Leah Schriner. The loss ended the Bu

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County teams wind up regular season tonight

SENIOR NIGHT: Clinton Central quarterback Ross Cripe (running with the ball against Eastern) will play his final regular-season home game tonight as the Bulldogs host Tri-Central on Central’s senior night.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com The regular season winds down for the county’s football teams tonight, with sectional play beginning next week. Clinton Prairie and Clinton Central host Hoosier Heartland Conference opponents in Eastern and Tri-Central, whi

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Don't call it an upset

WHO’S GOT IT?: Clinton Prairie’s Keyra Fisher, left, and Hadley Wilson had a little miscommunication on this serve receive during Tuesday’s sectional win over Carroll but still kept the ball in play.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Carroll came into Tuesday’s Class 2A volleyball sectional match with Clinton Prairie boasting a much better record than the Gophers and owned them in a three-game win early this season, but at least one person expected Prai

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Hot Dogs handled by Mounties in volleyball

NORMAN: Frankfort’s Kylie Norman prepares to serve during the Hot Dogs’ loss at Southmont on Monday.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Frankfort received a lesson in a three-game loss at the hands of host Southmont in Sagamore Conference volleyball on Monday, which Hot Dog head coach Kia Rushton hopes will serve her team well as the state tournament starts for t

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Clinton Central falls 19-6 to Delphi

Clinton Central lost to visiting Delphi, 19-6, in Hoosier Heartland Conference football on Friday. The Oracles jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first quarter on a 5-yard touchdown run by Isaac DeKalb in the first quarter, adding another 5-yard TD run by Jayden McCla

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Hot Dogs and Gophers qualify for cross country regional

FOURTH PLACE: Frankfort’s girls cross country team finished fourth at Saturday’s Harrison Cross Country Sectional, qualifying for this Saturday’s regional at Benton Central.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Saturday proved to be a good day for Clinton County running as the Frankfort boys and girls teams advanced to this Saturday’s regional from the Harrison Cross Country Sectional and Clinton Prairie’s girls team joined

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Gophers ground out 48-15 win over Carroll

CARRYING THE LOAD: Clinton Prairie's Jacob Baker rushed for 165 yards on 31 carries with two touchdowns as the Gophers beat visiting Carroll 48-15 on a frigid and wet Friday night.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Without one of their key players, Clinton Prairie assured itself of a winning regular season with a 48-15 victory over visiting conference foe Carroll on Friday. “A winning regular season for us, that’s huge and we

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