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  • The Franklin County Wildcats did not pick up too many team points in the overall Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference standings this winter, but a pair of male athletes earned All-Conference status.
  • Well, it won't be the most serious victim claimed by the COVID-19 outbreak, but nevertheless a 110-year hallowed tradition came to a grinding halt with the IHSAA's cancellation of the Indiana boys basketball state tournament.
  • Young 'Cats improve during rebuild
    Early in the 2018-19 season, circumstances forced Franklin County boys basketball coach Eric Ebrens' hand.
  • Cheerleaders - Tri-Eastern Conference
    The Winchester Falcons were the last of seven cheerleading squads entered in the Tri-Eastern Conference Cheerleading contest at Lincoln High School. 
  • Wrestlers buck the odds for winning season
    Considering the Franklin County High School wrestling program had a pair of strikes against it to open the 2019-20 campaign, the season turned out to be a net positive, with a 14-7 dual mark and one wrestler on the brink of a state finals appearance.
  • Lady Wildcats look to future after 8-14 campaign
    There have been some growing pains for the Franklin County girls basketball program the last three seasons, following a 16-win campaign in 2016-17.
  • Big Ten suspending tourney admission
    Anyone hoping to catch the Purdue Boilermakers and/or Indiana Hoosiers in the Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament this evening may want to have a Plan B.
  • Orienteering championship results
    The Union County High School 0rienteering team easily took first place in the Ohio Valley School Orienteering Championships held at Camp Ernst in Burlington, Kentucky.
  • Hayley Kottka takes UC to Regional
    Union County was well represented this week at the 2020 IHSAA Gymnastic Regional at Columbus East High School.
  • Oldenburg garners second title
    SHELBYVILLE - Holding the two-time defending sectional champion Morristown Yellow Jackets to just 18 second-half points, Oldenburg Academy pulled away for a 54-46 win Saturday night to capture the second sectional title in the program's 19-year history.
  • For a second straight year, the Batesville Bulldogs handed the Franklin County Wildcat boys their sectional 'pink slip.'
  • Throwdown to bolster county 4-H
    No, Hulk Hogan's not walking into the Franklin County High School gymnasium on Saturday, March 14, but professional wrestling will be on full display that evening at the inaugural Fairground Throwdown.
  • Madison Gray, Zoe Murphy Tri-Eastern Conference selections
    Union County junior Madison Gray has been named to the 2019-2020 Tri-Eastern Conference All-Conference Girls Basketball Team, as Zoe Murphy was named honorable mention. 
  • White’s Realty Star Student
    This year the FCHS athletic department and White's Realty are honoring FCHS students for great achievement in the classroom.
  • FC grad making mark as coach

    Monmouth College (Monmouth, Illinois) is headed to the NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Tournament for only the second time in program history

  • Red Devils top Wildcats in finale
    Probably safe to say that neither visiting Richmond nor host Franklin County were completely into last Thursday's (Feb. 27) contest that closed out the Wildcats' regular season.
  • Trojans hand Patriots 66-45 setback
    East Central handed  Union County a 66-45 setback last week at Roy E. Stevens Gymnasium.
  • It was Senior Night at Union City last Friday night and Union City seniors led the Indians to a 59-54 Tri-Eastern Conference victory over visiting Union County.
Saturday, March 28, 2020

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