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Girls Tennis Regional Tournament

The Franklin County Varsity Girls Tennis team will move on to play in the Richmond Regional Tournament this week after taking home yet another Sectional Championship. The tournament will be held at the Richmond High School tennis courts, located on Southwest 2nd and “E” Streets. Franklin County will take on Oldenburg Academy on Tuesday, May

Unified Track Sectional Results @ Borden

PLACE POINTS Columbus North High School 1st 132 Floyd Central High School 2nd 102.5 North Harrison High School 3rd 101.5 Columbus East High School 4th 82 Borden High School 5th 79 New Albany High School 6th 72 Franklin County High School 7th 67 Jennings County High School 8th 66 Lawrenceburg High School 9th 61 Seymour

TONIGHT *Franklin County Athletic Boosters: Spring Social 6pm @ Third Place

Franklin County Athletic Boosters: Spring Social On Saturday, May 19th, the Franklin County Athletic Boosters will be hosting a Spring Social. For only $25 you can purchase tickets for the Spring Social. Tickets can be purchased through individual sports teams, or Booster Club members. The doors will open at 6:00 p.m. The Social is a

TODAY *PHYSICAL DAY AND DRIVE FOR YOUR COMMUNITY: SATURDAY, MAY 19TH

PHYSICAL DAY:  SATURDAY, MAY 19th                 TIME:   9:00a.m. – 1:00p.m.        LOCATION:  Franklin County High School Gym                  COST:  $20.00                   Free:  T-Shirt for all athletes getting a physical Bring your student athlete of ANY AGE to get their school physicals for 2018 – 2019 school year.Physical forms will be available that day. There will

TODAY *Drive for your Community (5-19-18) THE FRANKLIN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT IS PARTNERING WITH JIM TRUE TO RAISE UP TO $6000 FOR FC ATHLETES

  Jim True Ford INVITES YOU TO AN EXCITING FUNDRAISER TO SUPPORT  the Franklin County High School  Athletic Department JIM TRUE FORD AND THE FRANKLIN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT PARTNERING TO RAISE UP TO $6,000 FOR THEIR CAUSE!  WHAT: Jim True Ford and The Franklin County High School Athletic Department are partnering to help raise