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Clinton Prairie loses softball opener

Clinton Prairie lost its season opener in softball on Monday, falling to host Tri West, 6-1. Katelyn Ramsey, Hadley Wilson and Shalynn Barnett each went 2 for 4 for the Gophers, with Wilson driving in Prairie’s lone run. Rebekah Stephens pitched four innings

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Central softball expects better season

WARM UP: Clinton Central’s Ella Buzan, who will play second base for the Bulldogs, warms up during a practice on Monday. The team opens its season on April 3 at Frontier.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Clinton Central opens its softball season on April 3 at Frontier, with a more hopeful outlook thanks to several key upperclassmen returning and an influx of pitching depth from the freshmen class. “This year we are looking

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Hot Dogs stout in Carroll scrimmage

THROWING DARTS: Frankfort sophomore Makayla Harper didn’t allow a run in one inning of work during Monday’s scrimmage against Carroll, in a format where 10 batters would come to the plate per inning for each side.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Frankfort dominated host Carroll for most of a three-inning scrimmage in chilly weather on Monday, with the Hot Dogs head coach expecting to learn more about his team when the season starts tonight at home against Lafayette Centr

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Frankfort looks to build on last season

GATHER UP: Frankfort head baseball coach Andy Dudley speaks with his team before a practice earlier this month.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Frankfort baseball hopes to continue the momentum it started last year with a turnaround season that saw them finish 15-12 and take home a share of the Sagamore Conference championship. “We lost three seniors,” Hot Do

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Central honors its winter athletes

GIRLS BASKETBALL:Team award winners for girls basketball during Wednesday’s Clinton Central winter sports banquet included, from left, Jessica Akard (mental attitude), Hannah McQuinn (Coaches Award), Cassidi Jenkins (Coaches Award), Kendall Davison (Lindsay Howe Award) and Kaylea Whitcomb (most valuable player).

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Clinton Central celebrated its student-athletes on Wednesday with its annual winter sports banquet, with the Bulldogs seeing progress in most all of its sports during the past season. “We’ve had those seasons where we

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New traditions unveiled at Rossville banquet

CHEER: Team award winners for cheerleading at Wednesday’s Rossville winter sports banquet included, from left, Aleahya Toney (junior varsity mental attitude), Oliviia Lawrence (varsity mental attitude) and Anna Lawrence (PRIDE Award). Not pictured is Elisabeth Porsi (most improved).

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Rossville held its winter sports banquet on Wednesday, breaking with – or starting a new – tradition by having a public event including all the winter teams in the school’s auditorium prior to breaking off for i

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First-team All-Sagamore Conference

ALL-CONFERENCE: Four Frankfort athletes were recognized as first-team all-conference during Wednesday’s Sagamore Conference winter sports banquet. Those include, from left, Elijah Anthony (wrestling), Rylee Seibert (girls basketball), Evan Jordan (swimming – 50 freestyle and 100 butterfly) and Josue Bautista (wrestling). Frankfort athletes gaining second-team recognition were Kimee Kingma and Emily Michael (girls basketball), Jack Bond (wrestling) and Casey Henry and Jayce Moore (boys basketball).