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  • Lady Patriots Golf– 
Pats are 2021 TEC champs
    The Union County Lady Patriots posted an unblemished 7-0 Tri-Eastern Conference season record last week at Knightstown and walked away with the TEC Tournament Championship trophy at Memorial Park Golf Course on Saturday in New Castle.
  • Boys of Fall– Patriots stop Tigers 27-12 
during a special military appreciation night
    Members of the Armed Forces were honored at the Union County, Hagerstown game, including 13 service members lost in a recent attack in Kabul, Afghanistan as well as the 20th anniversary of The Sept. 11 terror attacks.
  • Around the horn
    FC girls take runner-up

    The Lady Wildcat golf team had a strong showing at the Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference meet Saturday, hosted by East Central at Grand Oak Golf Club. FC placed second among seven schools with Greensburg out due to Covid issues. Batesville won comfortably with a score of 362 and Emma Weiler’s MVP performance of 71. The Cats were next at 391, placing four girls on the all-EIAC team.
  • Empire strikes again
    If the East Central-Franklin County football rivalry were a George Lucas saga, fans would be patiently waiting for the tale of a rebel uprising. For the 27th consecutive time dating back to 1999, the I-74 empire knocked off the FC Wildcats; a 3-0 game after one period Friday at FCHS turned into a 30-0 lead at halftime and final score of 37-8 in favor of the Trojans.
  • Boys of Fall–  
Second straight blowout for Pats
    Union County made a trip to Henry County last week with a full roster and ready to take on the Knighstown Panthers and play they did.
  • Lady Patriots Volleyball– 
UC girls rolling along

    The battle between Union County and Connersville went five full sets last week on the volleyball court at Roy E. Stevens Gymnasium.
  • Senior night on the Wildcat course
    It was a pleasant night for running a 5K and celebrating a quartet of Franklin County seniors, but the East Central Trojans did their part to dampen the mood by sweeping the Wildcats in co-ed cross country Thursday, Sept. 2.
  • Wildcats pounce on Lions, move to 3-0
    Aside from an inordinate number of penalty flags, the host Franklin County Wildcats executed exceptionally well Friday in a 54-0 shutout of the visiting Rushville Lions. The loss was the 17th consecutive defeat for the Lions on the gridiron going back to 2019.
  • Lady Patriots Golf-Senior Night
    The Union County Lady Patriots’ golf team  honored two senior members prior to the match with Winchester and followed up with a 186-216 Tri-Eastern Conference win at Liberty Country Club  this week. 
  • Lady Patriots Volleyball-Lady Pats win 3 of 4 this week
    The Union County Lady Patriots headed north last week to engage the Union City Lady Indians in a Tri-Eastern Conference volleyball match.
  • Patriots Soccer-Patriots split doubleheader
    The Union County and Franklin County boys soccer clubs played a high-scoring affair Tuesday evening in steady rainfall on the FCHS pitch.
  • Boys of Fall-Patriots shut out Eagles
    At Lincoln last week, the Patriots won the coin toss at the beginning of the game, elected to receive, scored on first possession and each remaining possessions and squeezed in a safety before rain and lightning cancelled the game during halftime.
  • FCHS tennis team counting on youth
    Unable to fill an entire varsity lineup, at least in the season’s early going, Franklin County boys tennis and coaches Derrike Kolb and Dylan Little suffered a pair of 4-1 setbacks last week on the courts.
  • Lady Wildcats pitch shutout
    Franklin County girls soccer played a nearly flawless match last Tuesday at the Wildcat pitch, peppering the New Castle goal three times in each half for a 6-0 final.
  • Wildcats put pedal down on Spartans to grab keg
    After not facing conference rival Connersville in 2020, the Franklin County Wildcats bounced on the chance to do so last Friday, decimating the Spartans at CHS by a 74-7 final.
  • Patriots Cross Country– 
Making strides in 2021
    The Wapahani Raiders ran away with the team trophies (boys and girls) on the 4K course at the Winchester Cross Country Invitational at Camp Slingshot last week.
  • Boys of Fall–  
Knights defeat young Patriots
    Union County suffered a 46-7 hit from Northeastern in the season opener at Curry/Phenis Field last Friday. The Patriots were also hit by a Covid-19 tracking earlier in the afternoon.
  • Wildcat cross country travels for invitationals
    The Wapahani Raiders ran away with the team trophies (boys and girls) on the 4K course at the Winchester Cross Country Invitational at Camp Slingshot last week.
  • Cats recover from slow start in opener
    NEW CASTLE – Franklin County coach Wes Gillman suffered a little déjà vu at New Castle’s Neal Field in the 2021 opening game Friday night.
  • The boys of fall –  
New Season
    The football scrimmage between South Decatur and Union County last Friday could be scored as a tie although official scores were not kept in the 150 minutes allowed.
Sunday, September 19, 2021

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