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Friday, December 2, 2022
  • FRHS grad leads Oilers
    The Oilers couldn’t keep up with the top-ranked team in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. But Val Muhlenkamp was at her best against the best.
  • Vaughn hits career high
    After a pair of off games offensively, Alli Vaughn was ready for a breakout.

  • Kunkler earns victory for Bethel
    A former Patriot is continuing her strong season in the pool.
  • Vaughn key in upset of Warriors
    The Foresters rallied from a halftime deficit to beat a top-25 rival in their season opener. A Fort Recovery graduate played a key role in the comeback.
  • Bader, Kunkler swim at Purdue
    Two former Patriots got together Saturday at Purdue University.

  • Rammel helps to spark a rally
    The East Tennessee State University women’s volleyball team dropped the first two games Saturday. A former Indian was there to help spark a comeback.
  • FR grad Will No. 3 for Dragons
    An extra kilometer pushed a former Indian into the top three of her team.
  • Rammel helps lead ETSU
    In her freshman season, Whitley Rammel has spent time as both a starter and a reserve. She was back in the starting lineup over the weekend and she made the most of that opportunity.
  • Fortkamp is in top 35
    A big match Wednesday night kept a Fort Recovery High School graduate into the top 35 nationally.
  • Bruns makes top 10
    Jalyn Bruns spent her high school career as a team leader. Last weekend she made a jump up the list for the Red Wolves.
  • FRHS grad powers Cougars
    Paige Fortkamp has been the unquestioned focal point of the University of St. Francis offense.

  • Montes lifts Ravens
    The Ravens fell behind early in the second half.
  • Fortkamp leading the Cougars again
    Paige Fortkamp was the 2021 NAIA American Volleyball Coaches Association Regional Freshman of the Year and the 2021 Crossroads League Freshman of the Year. Her sophomore season is already off to a strong start.
  • A pair of Jay County High School graduates helped the fourth-seeded Huntington University baseball team make a strong tournament run.
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The Commercial Review, Jay County's Daily Newspaper
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