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Friday, January 22, 2021
 
Pointing Patch
Jay County and Fort Recovery high schools split games Saturday, with the Indians winning the girls game 41-24 in the afternoon and the Patriots taking the boys game 32-30 in the evening. Pictured, FRHS girls coach Brian Patch points while giving instructions to his team. (The Commercial Review/Chris Schanz)
  • Jay girls dominate MC
    MUNCIE — The Patriot girls had a dominating performance against a sectional rival. The boys weren’t as fortunate.
  • Tribe D dominates Starfires
    FORT RECOVERY — The Indians’ defense was too much for the Starfires. And once the visitors found their groove, the hosts already had an insurmountable advantage.
  • Fort falls to Flyers
    MARIA STEIN, Ohio — The Indians saw their halftime lead disappear after the third quarter.
  • Tribe splits with Van Wert
    VAN WERT, Ohio — Fort Recovery High School’s boys and girls swim teams split with the Van Wert Cougars on Thursday at YMCA of Van Wert County.
  • The Patriot girls once again finished second. Jay County High School’s girls swim team was the runner-up at the Jay County Invitational on Saturday.
  • Ison 1st at regional
    BUNKER HILL — Tricia Ison never wrestled prior to this year. Now she’s done something only two other female Patriots have done before.
  • Tribe halts perfect record
    FORT RECOVERY — The Rangers ended the Tribe’s tournament run last year. The Indians put an end to the Rangers’ perfect record this season.
  • A season gone
    Loss of spring sports top story of 2020.
  • Fort girls take third
    LIMA, Ohio — The Indians won the first race of the day. They were second in two other races.
  • FR boys back in win column
    FORT RECOVERY — The Indians are back in the win column.
  • Tribe girls win
    WAPAKONETA, Ohio — The Indians led by 10 after the first quarter. That advantage was nearly doubled by halftime.
  • Seniors step up for Tribe
    Three classmates rise to occasion when senior starter goes down late with injury.
  • Fort fights to the finish
    Ten-point run in fourth carries Tribe past Panthers.
  • Heskett pin seals win for Patriots
    Leading by four heading into the final match of the night, a win hinged on one of the team’s newcomers. R.J. Heskett delivered.
  • FRHS boys top Jays
    DELPHOS, Ohio — The Indians started with a strong offense.

    They finished strongly on defense.
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