SPORTS

Four Patriots named All-ACAC

The Patriots picked up their first pair of postseason wins in over a decade this year. They didn’t quite get the job done in the regular season, but still walked away as the runners-up in the Allen County Athletic Conference. Now they have some postseason accolades starting to roll in.

DeRome to the throne

Despite Caleb DeRome becoming the first sectional medalist in Jay County High School boys golf history, the Patriots fell 14 strokes short of moving on after shooting a 343 on Monday morning at Hickory Hills Golf Course in the IHSAA Sectional 19 hosted by Monroe Central.

Beiswanger leads Cougars

Lyle Beiswanger didn’t score a goal in the opening week. After week No. 2, he leads the entire division. Beiswanger was the only player to score more than one goal to lead the Wild Cat Division of Pennville Soccer Club on Saturday.

FRHS rolls on to state

ELIDA, Ohio — Between innings, Fort Recovery students were running up and down waiving a purple and white flag. The Indians wanted that banner. They knew what they needed to do to get it.

Sprinting to podium

DAYTON, Ohio — The Indians sent five seniors and a junior to the state tournament.

Productive prelims

The Fort Recovery High School girls track team competed in the OHSAA Division III track and field state prelims at Dayton Public Schools’ Welcome Stadium on the University of Dayton’s campus on Thursday. Fort Recovery moved onto the finals in three of their events. The finals will begin at 6:30 …

FR offense keeps rolling

Fort Recovery put up double-digit runs for the third consecutive tournament game Thursday, trouncing the Montpelier Locomotives 14-4 in the Division IV high school baseball regional semifinal at Elida’s Ed Sandy Field.

New beginnings

Kirk Comer was so sure his coaching days were over that he gave away his whistle. Comer's other valuable tools of the trade were gone as well. He no longer has a clipboard, his practice notes or playbook, having handed much of it over to Sherri McIntire, his former assistant …

Patriots, Beiswanger named Academic All-State

The Patriots earned their fourth straight sectional championship in the 2024 season. Their work didn’t stop on the court, as they also excelled in the classroom. The Jay County High School girls tennis team was named Academic All-State by the Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association on Wednesday.

JC golf ends regular season with a victory

The Jay County High School boys golf team came out on top of Daleville and Wes-Del on Tuesday at Crestview Golf Course.

One day at a time

The Fort Recovery High School baseball team kicks off the OHSAA Division IV regional tournament hosted by Elida Thursday against the Montpelier Locomotives as it looks to make it back to the state tournament for the first time since 2016.

FRHS track won’t stress over state tourney

Only six Indians are set to compete tomorrow. For five of them, it will be the last time they don the purple and white, and they are hoping to celebrate their final career appearances as Indians.

Pennville Soccer Club opened season Saturday

Youth soccer is officially underway. Pennville Soccer Club held opening day on Saturday and the WPGW Lions put up the most dominant victory out of the Wildcat Division.

History repeats itself

For the second year in a row, the Jay County High School baseball team got walked off by the New Castle Trojans in the IHSAA Class 3A Sectional 24 semifinal at Yorktown. The game was originally scheduled for Friday, but excessive lightning resulted in the game being delayed to Saturday.

Not quite enough

Jay County High School’s softball team battled Yorktown in Saturday’s sectional championship game at Delta, but was unable to overcome the Class 3A No. 7 Tigers as its season came to an end with a 4-2 defeat.
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