The Frankfort High School wrestling team finished the regular season at 15-4 following a 39-36 victory over Carroll Tuesday night in Flora.
Wrestling with an incomplete lineup as they were preparing for the sectional to be held on January 30, the Hot Dogs were down three points going into the final match. Brenton Wood won that match with a pin thus giving the match to FHS.
Besides Wood, winners on the night for Frankfort were Charlie Garcia, Eryka Pillion, Elijah Anthony, Daniel Garcia, Juan Campos and Nelson Honore.
Frankfort got outscored 36-22 in the middle two quarters which resulted in a 67-62 non-conference loss to Rossville Saturday night in Rossville.
Riley Goodnight led Frankfort with 18 points, including 11 in the opening quarter. Jade Ayers was next with 17 and Jayce Strode added 14.
Frankfort’s JV team was victorious 51-42. Kris Russell led the way with 21 points. Kye Kirby was next with 14.
Frankfort Girls Fall to North Montgomery
North Montgomery scored 11 straight points in the fourth quarter en route to a 47-39 victory over Frankfort on Monday night.
Tarah Martinez led FHS with 10 points. Jordan Frazier added nine.
Rossville Girls Top Frontier
Emma Lawson led three players in double figures with 16 points to lead Rossville to a 54-28 road victory over Frontier Tuesday night.
Madison Miller and Tori Skiles were both in double figures with 12 and 11 points, respectively. Avery Gobett led the team in rebounds with 11. Corryn Geheb was next with eight caroms to go along with her eight points.
Central Swimmers Victorious
Both the Clinton Central boys and girls swim teams defeated Attica on Tuesday night. The boys won 180-72 while the girls won a triangular with 169 points. Covington was second at 43 followed by Attica with 24.
The boys had 11 personal bests. Conner Tarkington, Austin Orem and Espen McCarty led the team with two personal bests each. Erik McCarty, Owen Kocher, Owen Smith, Blake Mosbaugh and Ashton Albaugh each had one.
The girls had 14 personal bests with Avery Harris leading the way with three. Kailie Burnette, Elayna Faulkner and Reagan Kimmell each had two personal bests while Macie McQuinn, Raelyn Albaugh, Kylie Gilmore and Ava Schimmel each had one.
Central Defeats Faith Christian
Kendall Davison scored 15 points as Clinton Central rolled to an easy 55-17 victory over Faith Christian on January 15 in Lafayette.
Allison Robbins was next with 12 points, Sara Parkison had 10 and Sam Adams scored nine. Parkison led the team in rebounds with 14, Davison was next with eight rebounds, while Addison Sheets and Adams both had seven.