Claire Ecenbarger’s big night for Clinton Prairie’s varsity girls basketball team lifted the Gophers over the Hot Dogs on Tuesday with a final of 66-27.

CJ Geheb came up big for Rossville’s varsity boys basketball team on Saturday night when he went 9-9 from distance, giving the Hornets the win over Frankfort, 85-73. The win over Frankfort is the sixth in a row for Rossville.

A 13-game losing streak was snapped Wednesday night when Frankfort’s varsity girls basketball team traveled to county rival Rossville and took the Hornets to the wire in a 34-32 victory.

Frankfort’s varsity girls basketball team hosted Bethesda Christian and Lapel on Tuesday in the Lady Hot Dog Tournament where they were unable to slow down either squad and dropped both contests.

Kendall Davison and the Clinton Central Bulldogs upended Frankfort’s varsity girls basketball team, 47-42, Thursday night in a county showdown.

Clinton Prairie’s varsity boys basketball team traveled to county rival Frankfort on Wednesday for a pre-Thanksgiving bout that had the Gophers taking the lead midway through the first and never looking back in a 58-47 victory.

Frankfort’s varsity girls basketball team kept their matchup against North Montgomery close on Tuesday night until a third quarter that was plagued by inefficient offense lost the Hot Dogs the momentum for good, falling 27-25.

Clinton Prairie’s varsity volleyball team hosted Frankfort High School on Thursday night in a county matchup that ended in a Gopher sweep, 3-0. With the victory, Clinton Prairie notched their first win against Frankfort in three seasons.

Frankfort’s varsity football team traveled to Southmont High School on Friday for a Sagamore Conference showdown that ended with a Hot Dogs shellacking by the Mounties, 42-14.


The Hot Dogs football team claimed Clinton County bragging rights with a 28-14 win over the Clinton Prairie Gophers on Friday night at Frankfort.

The Frankfort Hot Dogs capitalized on six Clinton Central turnovers to defeat the Bulldogs, 20-12, on opening night of the high school football season Friday at Michigantown.

Frankfort’s varsity track team won convincingly on Saturday when they hosted the Clinton County Coed Track and Field Meet. The Hot Dogs finished with a team score of 178.5 while Clinton Prairie came in second with 110.5. Clinton Central and Rossville rounded out the final two with 102 and 95…

Frankfort’s varsity baseball team hosted Clinton Central on Saturday afternoon in a doubleheader that had the Hot Dogs splitting both games with their county rival.

Christian Matias and Brian Chavez both received offers to play soccer professionally after scouts evaluated them during a recent weeklong camp.


LAFAYETTE — Frankfort’s varsity softball team started its first week of the regular season off with three wins including a 35-24 victory over Clinton Prairie on Saturday at the Lafayette Jeff Triangular.

Greencastle’s best player Brody Whitaker didn’t allow Frankfort to win its first sectional since the 2012-13 season, scoring 26 points and the Tiger Cubs defeated the Hot Dogs, 58-31, Saturday evening in Case Arena.

Four minutes into Friday evening's sectional semi-final game, Frankfort found itself leading 8-0 over Monrovia, and the Hot Dogs never looked back, advancing to Saturday night’s sectional final by the score 59-46.


In a Sagamore Conference rematch of a lopsided Tri-West Bruins victory in early December, the Frankfort Hot Dogs put together their most complete game of the season to beat the Bruins, 96-75, in the opening round of the Class 3A Sectional 25 at Case Arena in Frankfort.

In a year marred by virus restrictions and roadblocks, it was business as usual for 126-pound junior Elijah Anthony as he entered the IHSAA Wrestling State Finals on Friday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

Frankfort junior Elijah Anthony earned a regional championship at the 126-pound weight class while Clinton Central sophomore Cael Albaugh took second place at the 182-pound weight class Saturday at the Frankfort Regional Tournament. Both local wrestlers advance to Saturday’s semi-state tourn…

A sluggish start to the third quarter allowed Monrovia to open the game up and go on to defeat the Frankfort girls basketball team, 52-37, in the opening round of the Class 3A Sectional 25 at Lizton.

Frankfort’s Elijah Anthony and Clinton Central’s Cael Albaugh earned individual championships as all four Clinton County schools competed in the Frankfort Sectional Tournament on Saturday inside Case Arena.

The Sagamore Conference and Hoosier Heartland Conference announced their all-conference teams last month with selections such as Frankfort’s Riley Goodnight making first team and Demi Freeman from Rossville.

In the consolation game of the Lady Hot Dog Tourney, the Hot Dogs came out from the tip and controlled both sides of the floor to cruise to a 65-43 third-place finish Saturday in Case Arena.

A slow start by Frankfort along with a nearly flawless first quarter from Twin Lakes ultimately doomed the Hot Dogs in its 72-63 loss Friday evening in Case Arena. The Frankfort boys basketball team has now lost three consecutive contests.

The Clinton Central Bulldogs held serve on Thursday night in a girls varsity matchup against county rival Frankfort with a final of 62-32. While both teams played an even game in the first half, it was Clinton Central who came out with a consistent effort on the defensive end in the second h…

The Hot Dogs fell behind early on before losing its Sagamore Athletic Conference matchup with the Tri-West Bruins, 65-38, Friday night at Frankfort.

In its home opener, the Frankfort boys’ basketball team played host to the Carroll Cougars, a team that has found itself without answers against the Hot Dogs for the past two seasons. This season was no different with the Hot Dogs thwarting the Cougars, 63-51, on their way to the second win …

The Frankfort Hot Dogs hosted their home opener on Thursday night against Central Catholic in the first game of Frankfort’s 2020-2021 girls basketball season. What played out by the time of the final buzzer was a 56-28 shellacking by the Knights, handing Frankfort their first loss of the season.

Frankfort faced a tough challenge in sectional football action Friday when they traveled to face its perennial rival, the Lebanon Tigers – a team that has held the Hot Dogs scoreless over the previous three years and outscored them 233-39 in the past four. And like the previous three years, …

LINDEN – Frankfort entered Friday’s contest against Sagamore Conference foe North Montgomery in hopes of their first win in 11 years against the Chargers.

Frankfort fell 45-12 to an undefeated Warriors team Friday night at Danville. The Warriors got out to a fast start scoring on its first three possessions – and doing so without taking much time off of the clock.

Frankfort entered Friday's homecoming game against Western Boone with a two-game win streak, and knew they would have a big task going for a third.

Union Mills – On an evening when the Frankfort Hot Dogs’ defense struggled, its offense came out on fire – and they did not have to wait long to get on the field.

Though their teams did not advance, a trio of Clinton County golfers qualified for the regional tournament after turning in strong individual performances at Friday’s sectional at Coyote Crossing Golf Club in West Lafayette.

Back on the field after missing the last two weeks, the Clinton Central football team put together a 44-38 win over the Frontier Falcons on Saturday at Michigantown.

Frankfort looked to build on its win over Clinton Prairie as it traveled to Tri-West to open Sagamore Conference play Friday evening – but the Bruins had other plans.

For the first time since 2012, the Frankfort girls soccer team won its Lady Hot Dog Invitational on Saturday at Frankfort High School. After defeating county rival Rossville, 13-0, in the first round, the Hot Dogs earned a 4-2 win over the Tri-Central Trojans in the championships game.

The Frankfort boys soccer team improved to 4-2 on the season and 2-0 in the Sagamore Athletic Conference with a 10-0 win over the North Montgomery Chargers on Thursday night in Linden.


Through the uncertainty of the novel coronavirus pandemic, high school football made its return in Clinton County on August 21. In a clash of county rivals, the Clinton Central Bulldogs earned a 20-16 win over the Hot Dogs on Friday night in Frankfort.