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  1. Just posted to FC Facebook: I would like to start out by saying this: I am staying home. I am not going anywhere. We have unfinished business at Franklin County. Our program has been built on a vision of trust, love and accountability to one another since day 1. That vision has turned into a family that goes far beyond our young men who are lucky enough to put on a Flyer jersey. The love and feeling of family has become contagious throughout our families, school, and ultimately, our community. As the decision to leave was made, it wore heavy on my family for the reasons above. In the end, what we’ve built means too much to us to just walk away. We’re fully invested in our FCHS family and realize that the impact and work of our family is not done here. My love for these young men is very real. The love and support of this community is a result of countless hours of blood, sweat, and tears shed by the young men who’ve chosen to be Flyers. Our program has been built through countless hours of work and endless hours of love and support for our vision. It has been built OUR way and on OUR terms and on OUR hard work. We will continue to work at a frantic, tireless pace to make football great for every kid in Franklin County. In closing, I would like to formally apologize to everyone involved. The initial decision made was for what most people conventionally consider to be their family. As things have unfolded, my family realized that our family includes more than myself, Nikki, Ava and Jax. Our family members also include a Blair, DoDo, Kaden, OG, LeMarques, Taesean, Tyler, Nick, Jaizon and countless others. Our family has and continues to grow and today we are choosing that family. We’re not walking out on them. We will continue to choose them over and over again. The love and relationships that we’ve built are too much. We’re putting our feet on the ground and going to continue to love these young men and work as hard as we possibly can to impact their lives. So as a community, I ask you to rally ALL your support behind what we are building here. We need ALL of you to do your part. Support our vision - attend events and games, help with fundraisers, and donate your time or money so these young men have the things they need to see our vision through all the way to a State Championship. There is a quote that says “Happiness is letting go of what you think your life is supposed to look like." And that is exactly what we are doing. We’re letting go and letting God direct our work. We’re here to stay and it’s time to get back to work. Coach James ‘05
  2. If you are interested, you can watch the game here! http://facebook.com/fewpb/live
  3. Did Lawson get hurt last night vs. Dresden? I thought she was a soccer player.
  4. Has Murray played any scrimmages yet? Interested how they play with Waldrop?
  5. 2016 Community Trust Bank Capital City Hooparama Nov. 19, 2016 At Franklin County High School 10:00​​am PLD vs. Cooper 12:00​pm ​East Jessamine vs. Carroll County 2:00​​pm Sayre vs. Barbourville 4:00​​pm Shelby County vs. Greenup County 6:00​pm ​Franklin County vs. Southwestern 8:00​​pm Madison Central vs. Lou. Holy Cross
  6. 2016 Community Trust Bank Capital City Hooparama Nov. 19, 2016 At Franklin County High School 10:00​​am PLD vs. Cooper 12:00​pm ​East Jessamine vs. Carroll County 2:00​​pm Sayre vs. Barbourville 4:00​​pm Shelby County vs. Greenup County 6:00​pm ​Franklin County vs. Southwestern 8:00​​pm Madison Central vs. Lou. Holy Cross
  7. The state of KY will be a national joke if Erin Boley doesn't win Miss Basketball. She is one of the top 5 players to ever play in KY(maybe the best), she is a Naismith Award finalist for the national high school player of the year, and she has already been named to the McDonald's All-American Game. ETown plays one of the toughest schedules every year and Boley has scored over 3000 points with other great players around her who are scoring too. If they switched places, Boley would have broken the state scoring record as a Sophomore playing Jenkins Schedule.
  8. Franklin County High School January 2nd, 2016 9:30 A.M. ​Tates Creek vs. Fairdale 11:00 A.M. ​Lafayette vs. North Bullitt 12:30 P.M. ​Western Hills vs. Lexington Christian 2:15 P.M. ​Bullitt Central vs. Belfry 3:45 P.M. ​Meade County vs. Cooper 5:15 P.M. ​Henry Clay vs. North Hardin 6:45 P.M.​Franklin County vs. Ryle 8:15 P.M.​Mercer County vs. Simon Kenton
  9. The game I saw of Robinson she had 9 points and 6 turnovers. Not saying she is not good, but that game is all I have to go on. So it is hard for me to put her my top 5.
  10. 1) Erin Boley - ETown 2) Jaelyn Penn - Butler 3) Seygen Robbins - Mercer County 4) Princess Stewart - Franklin County 5) Kris McCune - Manual These are the best I have watched this year so far.
  11. Franklin County Stewart 27 points 13 rebounds Frank 10 Cook 9 Courtney 7 Arrastia 6 Kilbourne 5 Talley 3 Willard 1 Campbell County Jolly 13 Clos 12 Kramer 8 Keeton 7 M. Schwarber 5 Turner 2
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