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  • UCMS hosts wrestling invite
    The Sunman Dearborn Middle School wrestling team won the eight-team Union County Middle School wrestling invitational last Saturday, Feb., 27, at Roy E. Stevens Gymnasium.
  • Union County got off to a great start at Batesville last weekend but the Bulldogs’ halftime change of pace turned the tables.
  • UC gymnast Hayley Kottka is Regional bound
    Union County’s Hayley Kottka qualified for the IHSAA Gymnastics Regional at last weekend’s sectional competition at Connersville.
  • Scoring didn’t come easy in the first few minutes of the varsity game at East Central last week. The scoreboard displayed big zeros on both sides of the scoreboard for a full 2-1/2 minutes.
  • Spartans roll Wildcats on way to conference crown
    The Connersville Spartans must have taken umbrage to Franklin County defeating them on the Spartan Bowl court last February.
  • The Union County Patriot Jr. Varsity set the stage last Friday night with a 47-44 win over the Milan Indians.
  • The Union County Patriots defeated a couple of “Tribes” last Friday night at Roy E. Stevens Gymnasium.
  • Northeastern remains undefeated in TEC, defeats Patriots, 84-47
    The Northeastern Knights took the high road to an 84-47 Tri-Eastern Conference victory over Union County last week.
  • Wrestlers halted by semistate
    A pair of Franklin County seniors met the end of the road for their high school wrestling careers this past weekend at New Castle.
  •  UC wrestling season concludes
    Union County’s wrestling season came to an end at the New Castle Semistate last Saturday.
  • Tight game goes way of Cougars
    Noticeably larger crowds are filling the Franklin County gymnasium these days despite snow-covered roads. Those in attendance last Friday were treated to an intriguing overtime contest between the Wildcats and visiting Greenfield-Central. The Cougars outscored FC in the extra session to win 56-53.
  • Strong finish by Pirates ousts Lady Wildcats
    RUSHVILLE – After losing by 25 points to conference foe Greensburg a month ago, Franklin County's Lady Wildcats acquitted themselves very well in the rematch Feb. 3 at Rushville's Sectional 29.
  • Offense feasts on Tigers
    After suffering a 7-point defeat at Hagerstown a year ago, the Franklin County Wildcats and head coach Eric Ebrens had some payback on their minds when the Tigers came calling Saturday afternoon at FCHS.
  • Senior duo heads to semistate
    RICHMOND – They've led Franklin County wrestling all season so it was fitting that seniors Adam Crouch and Evan Seal will be the Wildcat representatives at Saturday's semistate hosted by New Castle.
  • Lady Wildcats (8-13) on to sectional
    With their Sectional 29 journey beginning tonight (Feb. 3) at Rushville, the Franklin County Lady Wildcats can count on a modicum of momentum as the girls posted a 2-1 final week and 51-43 home win over Milan Jan. 30.
  • Brave finish buries Wildcats
    The beginning and finish of Saturday night's contest between Franklin County and visiting Talawanda (Oxford, Ohio) featured two polar ends of the spectrum when it came to the home team's fortunes.
  • Seal wins at 132, FC advances five
    AURORA – Finishing fourth out of 10 teams at Saturday's South Dearborn sectional, Franklin County wrestling did have five wrestlers move on to this Saturday's regional at Richmond. The Wildcats scored 103.5 points, just ahead of Union County's 103.
  • Whitley, Aquino-Morales lead Patriots at TEC
    Led by a pair of freshmen champions, the Union County wrestling team of nine placed third overall at the 2021 Tri-Eastern Conference tournament last weekend at Knightstown.
  • Alldredge 3-point school record leads Lady Patriots to 59-30 TEC win
    Union County’s Lady Patriots handed the Knightstown Lady Panthers a 59-30 loss on their home court. 
  • White's Realty Star Student of the Week
    This year the FCHS athletic department and White's Realty are honoring FCHS students for great achievement in the classroom. 
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