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  • Coach Joe Davidson calls them Franklin County’s best: Grace Kruthaupt and Jacob Schatzle.
  • Union County and Winchester track and field teams battled it out at Northeastern last Friday night. At the final tally, Winchester edged the Lady Patriots, 111.5 to 106, to win this year’s Northeastern Knight Invitational.
  • Patriots beat Lawrenceburg in the 7th
    Union County improved to 7-6 last week with an exciting 5-4 come from behind seventh-inning win over the visiting Lawrenceburg Tigers.
  • Union County’s boys golf team came up short against Richmond, 160-172, at the Elks in Richmond on April 29 but outscored the Red Devils in the 10-team Winchester Invitational two days later.
  • No-hitter highlights Wildcat week
    The Franklin County varsity baseball team concluded a spotless week with a spotless pitching performance, as sophomore Brant Ertel hurled his first career no-hitter against South Dearborn Saturday.
  • Trio of wins for softball
    Franklin County softball needed a comeback to defeat Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference foe Greensburg April 27. Their hopes looked bleak after five-and-a-half innings as the Pirates held a 9-4 advantage; additionally, FC had not scored since the first.
  • Franklin County’s varsity softball squad got back to its winning ways last Tuesday night at Jac-Cen-Del, shutting out the Lady Eagles 9-0. Coach Alex McCool credited some great defense and an offensive performance of 9 hits.
  • Patriots’ track and field off and running
    The Union County boys and girls track and field teams have completed four meets so far this season - a tri-meet at Lincoln with Winchester; a tri-meet at Monroe Central with Union City; at Centerville and a home tri-meet with North Decatur and Hagerstown.
  • Lady Pats silence Knightstown
    With Chloe Greene on the mound and continued good hitting from teammates, Union County shut out Knightstown, 6-0, at Johnny Welborn Field on April 19
  • Franklin County boys track and field had an excellent 2021 South Dearborn Invitational performance last Thursday, winning by 55 points (165-110) over runner-up Harrison (Ohio). The Lady Wildcats were also solid with a 3rd-place finish, their 87 points just a tick behind second place S. Dearborn’s 88. The Harrison Lady Wildcats won going away with 146.5 points.
  • Golf Team Opens Season
    The Franklin County boys golf team opened its 2021 campaign April 17 at the Richmond Invitational, placing 14th overall.
  • Cats’ win breaks losing streak
    In Brookville last Thursday, Batesville traveled to Jim Hughes Field for the wrap-up of a two-game Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference set. In cooler but sunny conditions, Batesville claimed an 8-1 victory (and the 2-game sweep) over FC, who entered the week as the 7th-ranked team in Indiana’s Class 3A coaches poll.
  • Franklin County varsity baseball opened play last week with a home win over Connersville. FC was led offensively by Garrett Ertel’s two hits and four RBI, with brother Brant chipping in a pair of hits.
  • Lady Cats stumble after shutout
    Looking for their fifth consecutive win after starting the season 0-2, the Franklin County Lady Wildcats did exactly that by clobbering the host Batesville Bulldogs, 13-0, on a cool evening last Thursday in southwestern Franklin County.
  • FC tennis earns conference wins
    Franklin County girls tennis made quick work of Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference foe Rushville April 13 on the road.
  • Franklin County and Batesville battle in track
    BATESVILLE - The Batesville Bulldogs’ track and field squads hosted conference rival Franklin County on a clear April 13 evening, bringing home 20 event wins in total and sweeping the night. BHS scored 92 to FC’s 40 on the boys end and won an 85-40 decision on the girls side.
  • After shutting out North Decatur, 6-0, the Union County Lady Patriots came back two days later to win their first test in the Tri-Eastern Conference. UC defeated Hagerstown 21-1, in five innings.
  • Union County won both games of the doubleheader with Connersville last week on the mound and at the plate.
  • Patriots down Golden Falcons in TEC opener
    The Union County Patriots beat Winchester’s Golden Falcons, 5-2, last Friday, to go up 1-0 in the Tri-Eastern Conference.
  • Tuesday, April 6 marked the return to action for the Franklin County Lady Wildcat tennis team, forced to bypass what would surely have been a successful year in 2020.
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