Riley Goodnight rushed for 91 yards and a touchdown to help lead Frankfort to a 16-14 Sagamore Conference victory over North Montgomery Friday night in Linden.
Goodnight also had a pair of two-point conversion runs for the Hot Dogs, now 4-4. This was also the first victory over North Montgomery in 11 years.
Sam Michael completed 10 passes for 105 yards. Kyle Earl led the receivers with 63 yards on seven catches. Jade Ayers added three receptions for 42 yards. The offensive line did an outstanding job holding up against North Montgomery’s relentless blitzing.
Ethan Cook led the defense with 17 tackles. Gave Chavez and Vlad Carreras Lantigua each contributed 16 tackles. Wyatt Criswell was also in on 16 tackles in his first varsity start. Ramsey Mitchell added nine tackles and scored his second defensive touchdown of the season on an interception that tied the game. The secondary of Reece Mitchell, Ramsey Mitchell, Bryce McDonald, Ivan Duarte and Andric Mullinax were crucial with their tremendous pass coverage to stop the Chargers’ final drive to preserve the lead.
Frankfort’s wraps up the regular season at home Friday night against Crawfordsville.
Volleyball Team Loses Heartbreaker to Danville
After dropping the first two games, Frankfort rallied to win the next two games before losing to Danville Thursday night.
Frankfort started game five strong and had a 12-6 lead. However, Dnaville regained the momentum and scored the nine points of the game to win the match.
Team statistics — Lindsey Gay eight kills and 28 assists; Allyson Timmons seven kills and two blocks; Morgan Adamson 14 kills and 12 digs; Bella Colby seven kills and four blocks; Tarah Martinez three aces and 14 digs; Syndi Whitaker 17 digs and four aces; and Mercedez Toney 38 digs.
The JV ended their season with a loss to Danville. Amber Houchen had seven solo blocks. Emily Hurless had three kills and Eryka Pillion added four digs.