Western Rallies to Down Frankfort

Western outscored Frankfort 20-10 in the fourth quarter for a 56-49 non-conference victory over the Hot Dogs Saturday night at Case Arena.

FHS head coach Nate VanDuyne said Frankfort showed much improvement on the defensive side of the ball and in limiting their turnovers on the offensive side. The team played with great effort and executed at a high level for a majority of the game.

Riley Goodnight led Frankfort with 13 points. Deacon Spencer was next with 12 and Jayce Strode added 10.

Frankfort is now 0-2 on the season and next plays at Tri-West Friday night.

Clinton Central Falls to Fountain Central

Clinton Central raced out to a 10-point lead after one quarter before Fountain Central rallied for a 56-47 non-conference victory over the Bulldogs Friday night in Michigantown.

Battling foul problems, Fountain Central outscored Central by 12 points in the second period to take a two-point halftime lead.

Central’s defense limited Fountain Central to just six in the third quarter. But, the visitors size was too much for the Bulldogs to overcome.

Koda Allen led Central with 19 points and five assists. Luke Davison added nine points and three steals, while Kyle Pickard contributed eight points and 10 rebounds.

Central Girls Top Covington

Sara Parkison had 16 points and Kendall Davison added 13 to lead Clinton Central to a 53-34 girls’ basketball victory over Covington on Military Appreciation Night Saturday night in Michigantown.

Leading 28-23 at halftime, Central limited the visitors to just 11 points in the second half, including three in the third period, to win going away.

Clinton Central Boys’ Swimming

The Central boys defeated Lafayette Central Catholic and Park Tudor in a triangular meet Saturday in Lafayette. The Bulldogs finished with 161 points, Park Tudor was second at 83 and Central Catholic was third with 23.

Top swimmers for the meet were Wreese Sheets, Blake Mosbaugh, Owen Kocher, Espen McCarty, Conner Tarkington and Quinten Drew.

On Thursday night, the Bulldogs journeyed to Lewis Cass and came home with a 118-55 victory.

Winners for the boys were Sheets, Drew, McCarty and Mosbaugh in the 200 medley relay, Sheets in the 200 and 50 free, McCarty in the 200 IM and the 100 fly, Tarkington in diving, Kocher, Mason Boone, Drew and Tarkington in the 200 freestyle relay, Kocher won the 100 backstroke, Drew won the 100 breaststroke and Sheets, McCarty, Kocher and Mosbaugh in the 400 freestyle relay. Central had 42 personal bests.

Clinton Central Girls’ Swimming

Clinton Central girls won a triangular meet in Lafayette in Saturday against Park Tudor and Lafayette Central Catholic.

Individual winners for Central were Macie McQuinn in the 200 IM and 200 fly, Grace Atkisson in the 100 free, Raelyn Albaugh in the 500 free, Elayne Faulkner in the 100 backstroke, and Addi Bogard in the 100 breaststroke. All three relay teams also took first place.

They were Faulkner, Avery Harris, McQuinn and Atkisson in the 200 medley relay, Shelby Wolfe, Board, Harris and Albaugh in the 200 free relay, and Atkisson, Albaugh, Faulkner and McQuinn in the 400 relay.

On Thursday, Central defeated Lewis Cass 99-86 in a dual meet.

Winners for CC were Faulkner, Harris, McQuinn and Atkisson in the 200 medley relay, McQuinn in the 200 and 100 free, Atkisson in the 50 free, Chelsey Ridens in diving, Albaughin the 500 free, Atkisson, Reagan Kimmell, Albaugh and McQuinn in the 200 free relay and Bogard in the 100 breaststroke. The girls had 29 personal bests.