Hot Dogs Post Two Comeback Victories Over Weekend

Deacon Spencer scored 22 points and Riley Goodnight added 21 to lead Frankfort to a 67-60 non-conference boys’ basketball victory over Clinton Central Saturday night in Michigantown.

Trailing 45-43 after three quarters, the Hot Dogs, now 7-5, outscored the Bulldogs, 1-6, 24-15 in the final stanza to get the victory.

Koda Allen led Central with 17 points. Drew Hosteter was next with 13.

Frankfort also won the JV contest 69-21. Austin Penry led FHS with 18 points followed by Quentcy Perry with 15 and Kye Kirby had 11.

Friday night at Case Arena, the Hot Dogs rallied for a 62-60 victory over previously unbeaten Peru.

Trailing 37-32 after three quarters, Frankfort scored 30 points in the final eight minutes for the win. The unit of Jade Ayers, Spencer, Doug Wood, Goodnight and Landon Mejia brought great energy on both ends to complete the comeback.

Goodnight led the Hot Dogs with 23 points, Ayers was next with 11, including 6 of 7 at the foul line. Jayce Strode scored eight points and was sound rebounding the basketball. Spencer, Wood and Mejia all scored six.

The JV was also victorious 68-55. Kirby led the Dogs with 20 points. Kris Russell had 19 and Eli Oldham added 11.

Frankfort Swimmers Fall to Kokomo

Both the FHS swim teams fell to Kokomo Tuesday night. The boys were defeated 122-58 and the girls lost 134-46.

Coach Will Robbins said “the Hot Dogs swam well versus a tough Kokomo team.”

Event winners for Frankfort were Adam Haynes in the 200 IM and Tyler Harness in the 500 freestyle (5:14.82). Time drops were Carmina Arizmendi, dropped seven seconds in the 200 IM and Noe Angeles, dropped nine seconds in the 100 freestyle.

Central Downs Rossville in Girls’ Action

Clinton Central outscored Rossville 23-8 in the fourth quarter to come away with a 55-46 victory Saturday in Rossville.

Madison Miller led Rossville with 19 points and Tori Skiles added 11 for the Hornets. Avery Gobett had nine points and nine rebounds, while Miller and Kennedy Houser both had eight boards for Rossville