Franklin County Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 2 - 8
  • Conference Record: 0 - 1

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Tyler Selm signs with UINDY!

Congrats to senior Tyler Selm for signing with the University of Indianapolis football team. He will be playing as a lineman. Tyler is the son of Joe and Connie Selm. He has been playing football for 12 years and has many accomplishments in football including: IHSCA AP top 50, All Star Team, All State, and

Alex Ripperger signs with UINDY!

Alex Ripperger, tight-end for the FC Wildcats has decided to continue playing football at a collegiate level next year. Alex is the son of Kim and Brian Ripperger. Alex will attend University of Indianapolis (UINDY) and play tight-end for the Greyhounds. His major is undecided. Good luck Alex both academically and athletically at UINDY!

Quinton Lake signs at Eureka

Quinton Lake, a Franklin County wide receiver and cornerback, has decided to continue his football career at the collegiate level next season.  Son of Margaret and Kraig Lake, will attend Eureka College to play cornerback.  He also plans on majoring in Criminal Justice.  Good luck to Quinton on his future endeavors!!

Stone Laughlin signs at Trine!!!

Stone Laughlin, a Franklin County wide receiver, has decided to continue his football career at the collegiate level next season.  Son of Kim and Ethan Laughlin, will attend Trine University to play wide receiver.  He also plans on majoring in Exercise Sciences or Sports Management.  Good luck to Stone on his future endeavors!!

Indy Star All-State Football Selections

The Franklin County Wildcats received one all-state football selection for 4A and three honorable mentions.  Senior lineman, Tyler Selm, took home the all-state football selection.  Honorable mentions for the Wildcats included: quarterback, Johnathan Hagerty; running back, Mitchell Orschell; and tight end, Alex Ripperger.  To view more of the Indiana all-state football teams, use the link

Coach’s Corner With Kirk Kennedy

As the Wildcat football team moves into the second round of sectionals, they set their eyes on a familiar opponent in St. Leon: East Central. As the week progresses, we got together with Coach Kennedy and asked him about how the game would be different if it was at home. “It’s always an advantage to

Franklin County High School Varsity Football beat South Dearborn 42-7

Friday, October 21, 2016 7:00 PM South Dearborn AWAY 7 Franklin County High School HOME 42 Game Recap On Friday, October 21, the Franklin County Wildcats (6-3) took on the South Dearborn Knights (0-9) at Franklin County for the first round of the sectional tournament. When the Cats hosted the Knights during the regular season,

Franklin County High School Varsity Football falls to Harrison High School 31-20

Friday, October 14, 2016 7:00 PM Franklin County High School AWAY 20 Harrison High School HOME 31 Game Recap On Friday, October 14th, the Franklin County Wildcats (6-2) battled the Harrison Wildcats (5-3) in the last regular season game of the season. Franklin County was coming off of a 46-28 win over the Batesville Bulldogs,

Coach’s Corner With Kirk Kennedy

With the wildcats being 5-2, they will face a tough Harrison team this Friday night. With this being the last regular season game, the Wildcats look to keep their momentum rolling right into the postseason. Coach Kennedy talked about what kind of emphasis this week’s game will need. “We want to be playing our best