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Monday, March 30, 2020
Split result
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, the JCHS student section reacts after junior Adam Dirksen hit a fourth-quarter 3-pointer. (The Commercial Review/Ray Cooney)
  • Muhlenkamp makes a dozen
    Exceptional Efforts
  • First time charm for Patriots
    Sports retrospect
  • ‘Devastated’
    The Ivy League was first to cancel its men’s basketball tournament. Then the Patriot League followed suit.
  • Virus wreaking havoc on sports
    The NBA became the first major American sports league to suspend play because of the coronavirus pandemic, raising questions Wednesday night about the future of college basketball's March Madness, other pro sports and high school athletics as well.
  • Krieg retires as coach
    As a coach for more than two decades, Chris Krieg missed a number of family events.
  • It didn’t take long for Kinsey Shannon to break her own record.
  • Handled by Huskies
    NEW CASTLE — The Huskies’ defense made things difficult early. Their long-range shooting was on point from the start.
  • Jay Co. girls win, boys fall
    Career-best swims from 19 swimmers helped the Jay County middle school swim team split a meet with the Bluffton Tigers on Thursday.
  • Bader, Vormohr help set record
    Jay County High School graduates Alex Bader and Anne Vormohr made up half of a school-record effort in the 200-yard freestyle relay for the Ball State University women’s swim team in the Mid-American Conference Championships at State University of New York at Buffalo.
  • Hill, Patriots have year end at sectional
    Halle Hill, a Jay County High School senior, and the Patriot gymnastics team had their season close Saturday in the IHSAA sectional meet at Concordia Lutheran.

  • Jay Co. fend off Braves
    Seniors Brayden Sprunger and Gavin Lambert combined for 17 of the Patriots 22 first-half points, and sophomores Gavin Muhlenkamp and Ethan Dirksen were a collective 3-for-3 at the stripe as the Jay County High School boys basketball team held on to beat the host Bellmont Braves 38-37 on Friday.
  • Cardinal cousins swim to BSU record books
    Three former Patriots, decorated at Jay County High School as swimmers, are now in the Cardinal record books.
  • Falcons fly by Jay in third
    Payton Sparks wreaked havoc in the first half, especially the second quarter.
  • Patriot boys open with bye
    INDIANAPOLIS — The Patriots will have to wait for a sectional opponent.
  • Respect for RPG
    Jay County High School juniors Kaleb Weaver and Mitchell Brown just want respect.
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