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The Franklin County High School Rebelettes played the Coffee County High School Lady Raiders to a 1-1 draw on the road Thursday in a game shortened by lightning.

LYNCHBURG, TN (July 17, 2018) – Dr. Michael Torrence, president of Motlow State Community College, announced today that longtime Motlow leader Scott Shasteen will be assuming a new role in External Affairs and Workforce Innovation.

District 8 Little League tournament action continued Saturday as one local team finished as a runner-up for a district title.The Estill Springs 5-6 team went 1-1 on the day with a 14-13 win over Columbia and an 18-17 loss to Spring Hill.The tournament was contested under round-robin rules wi…

As the soggy remnants of Alberto moved toward the nation’s interior Tuesday, leaving scattered flooding and downed trees in the wake of the year’s first named tropical storm, the impact had already made its way into Franklin County with the June Bog Jam being postponed.

Franklin County’s Ashtin Holman races toward the finish line in the 100-meter dash at the TSSAA State Championship meet Thursday. Holman finished fourth in the event while also finishing fourth in the 200-meter dash and seventh in the 400-meter dash on the day.

Franklin County’s Ashtin Holman, in red, races against Blackman’s Tanalya Gordon during the 400-meter dash event at a sectional meet Saturday. Holman finished first in the event and also was first in the 100- and 200-meter dashes to qualify for the state meet in all three events.

Franklin County’s Dawson Powers slides back safely into first on a pickoff attempt during a district championship game Wednesday against Columbia Central High School. Powers had three hits, including a two-run home run, in the 9-6 loss.

Franklin County’s Jesus Roque takes the ball up the field during a district tournament game Tuesday at Shelbyville Central High School. Roque scored a goal and assisted on another in the 3-0 win.

Franklin County’s Gracie Morse clears a hurdle during the 100-meter hurdles event at a sub-sectional meet Monday at Blackman High School. Morse finished first in the 100- and 300-meter hurdles to qualify for the sectional meet in both events.

Franklin County’s Joe Burgraff drives a ball to deep center field during a district tournament game Friday against Coffee County Central High School. The ball would land for a walk-off double in the 3-2 win.