The New Franklin boys basketball team is having its only little mini state tournament when it comes to the CAC.
With just one loss in league play with one to go, the New Franklin Bulldogs may have put a stamp on the CAC title Friday night after beating the Glasgow Yellowjackets 48-38.
The Bulldogs, improving to 15-7 overall and 8-1 in the CAC, battled Glasgow to a 9-9 after one and led the Yellowjackets by just one (25-24) at the break. However, in the third quarter, New Franklin began to put some distance between them and Glasgow by outscoring the Yellowjackets 10-7 to lead by a score of 35-31. New Franklin also held a 13-7 advantage in the final period to win the game by 10.
New Franklin coach Ross Dobson said the boys put together another team effort to pull out a victory against a good Glasgow team.
“It was a battle all the way till the end, please the boys didn't quit playing until the last buzzer,” Dobson said.  
Senior Bailey Lyons led three players in double figures for New Franklin with 16 points.
Mason Bailey finished the game with 13 while Tyler Perkins added 12 and Gavin Bishop with five.
For Glasgow, Kabyl McMillan had 19 and Adris Hamilton 10.
Glasgow (G) 53
New Franklin 22
The New Franklin girls basketball team fell at home Friday night during Homecoming against the Glasgow Yellowjackets in CAC action.
The Lady Bulldogs, dropping to 7-15 on the season, came out and played Glasgow to a 10-10 tie in the first quarter. And even though the Lady Yellowjackets outscored New Franklin 12-8 in the second quarter to lead 22-18, the lead was just four. Unfortunately for New Franklin, they had no answer for Glasgow in the second half while at the same time going ice cold from the field by scoring only four points.
Glasgow held a 31-4 advantage in the final two periods.
“We had a great first half, but struggled offensively in the fourth,” said New Franklin coach Morgan Vetter. “We have a busy week ahead of us with three games. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. We look forward to finishing out our season strong.”
Glasgow was led by four players in double figures, with Jaden Monnig with 18, Abby Littrell 15 and Molly Reynolds and Madlyn Parks each with 12.
For New Franklin, Madison Matney had 11, Lilly Oser six, Madelyn Chaney three and Lauren Evans with two.