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Gophers celebrate homecoming with 47-21 win

BIG-MAN RUMBLE: Clinton Prairie's Sean Patrick stiff arms an opponent after taking back a squib kick during the Gophers' 47-21 win over Tri-Central on Friday.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Clinton Prairie’s Kaleb Peters opened up football homecoming festivities on Friday, taking a screen pass from Kade Osborn and going 68 yards for a touchdown on the Gophers’ very first play from scrimmage for a 7-0 lea

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Hornets keep rolling with win over Bulldogs

TIP TOP: Rossville's Addie Cooper tips the ball over Clinton Central defenders Jasmine Gomez and McKinna Crenshaw (6) during the Hornets' win in four games on Thursday.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com After a slow start to the season, Rossville ran off its third straight volleyball win on Thursday, beating a Clinton Central team missing a key senior leader at home in four games on Thursday. “We’ve finally got a lin

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Hornet netters defeat Taylor easily 4-1

Rossville won their third match in a row in boys tennis on Wednesday, beating host Taylor in Hoosier Heartland Conference play, 4-1. The Hornets’ Evan Price blanked Ethan Klepinger, 6-0, 6-0, at No. 1 singles to improve to 6-1 on the season. Matt Haan topped

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Frankfort struggles in Tri-West loss

PRESSED to SERVICE: Frankfort’s Morgan Adamson took over setting duties for the Hot Dogs in Frankfort’s loss to Tri-West on Wednesday after regular-setter Lindsey Gay was sidelined with a possible concussion. Adamson led the Hot Dogs with 29 assists and two aces. ANDREW KRULL

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Frankfort had a rough volleyball night on Wednesday losing to visiting Tri-West in a conference match, as the Hot Dogs dealt with an injury to a key player and alleged classless behavior by the opposing coaching staff. “(Se

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Hot Dog boys soccer bounces Athenians

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Frankfort registered a conference win in boys soccer on Thursday with a 2-0 victory at Crawfordsville, moving them to 6-3 (3-1) on the season. The Hot Dogs controlled possession for much of the first half, but were unable to get

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Prairie finally comes home

YOUNG ARM: Despite losing 62-6 to Tri-West last Friday, Frankfort head coach James Byers liked how sophomore quarterback Sam Michael (above looking to pass against Logansport) continued to improve as a passer, hitting on 6-9 throws for 141 yards against the Bruins.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Week four of high school football in the county finds Clinton Prairie finally getting a home game, which fittingly after three games on the road is also their homecoming game against Tri-Central, while Clinton Central hopes to bo

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Rossville just edges Tri-Central 2-1 in boys soccer

Rossville broke into the win column with a 2-1 victory over host Tri-Central in boys conference soccer on Tuesday. Sophomores Preston Padgett and Michael Weber had first-half goals for the Hornets, with sophomore Connor Rausch assisting on one of them. Tri-Central

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Frankfort frustrated in loss to rival Tigers

MY BALL: Frankfort’s Noel Mora (5) battles Lebanon’s Ethan Neihart for possession in the second half of the Hot Dogs’ 6-2 loss on Tuesday.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Frankfort lost 6-2 to visiting Lebanon in a key Sagamore Conference boys soccer match on Tuesday with the score not consistent with time of possession for each squad and Hot Dog head coach Chris Butler visibly upset with calls aw

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Rossville gets first win against Bison

FOLLOW THROUGH: Rossville’s Grover Said watches his forehand return during his and partner Jace Jacoby’s 6-2, 6-4 win at No. 1 doubles as the Hornets prevailed 4-1 as a team over Benton Central on Monday.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Rossville broke through for its first win on Monday in boys tennis, beating visiting Benton Central as Evan Price continued an impressive run to start the season. “This is our first win,” Rossville head coach John Con

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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 Meji

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Hornet golfers break two school records

CHIPPING ON: Rossville's Regan Younker chips on to the 18th green at Angel Hill Golf Course on Monday. Younker shot a 50 as the Hornets beat visiting Benton Central, 195-213.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Rossville girls golfers had a lot to celebrate after their 195-213 win over visiting Benton Central at Angel Hill Golf Course on Monday, with a couple of school records falling during the round. “I think the girls are getti

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Prairie seeks to continue intensity

ROOM TO RUN: Clinton Prairie's Jacob Fullerton runs the sideline on a big play that was called back during Prairie's 47-13 win at Clinton Central on Friday night.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Clinton Prairie head football coach Raymond Jones preached to his team about the importance of maintaining focus and intensity after running over an injury riddled Clinton Central team on Friday for a 47-13 victory. “To me,

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Clinton Prairie finishes 2nd at own invite

MAISH SPIKE: Clinton Prairie's Kylee Maish goes for a kill against Lafayette Jeff during the CP Invite on Saturday. Maish led the Gophers with 21 kills for the tournament.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Clinton Prairie ended its own invitational volleyball tournament with a bang – or a serve dribbling over the net – as they came back from big deficits in the final two games to beat Lafayette Jeff, 20-25, 28-26, 25-23

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QuickTimes

Today's Schedule Boys soccer Lebanon at Frankfort, 5:30 p.m. Rossville at Tri-Central, 5 p.m. Boys tennis Carroll at Rossville, 4:30 p.m. Frankfort at Southmont, 5:30 p.m. Cross country Tri-West and University at Clinton Central, 5 p.m.

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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

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