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Thursday, August 11, 2022
Final dive
Backstrokers begin the 200-yard medley relay to start the Jay County middle school swim team’s meet against Bellmont on March 9 at JCHS. This turned out to be the final home Jay County sporting event of the 2019-2020 school year. (The Commercial Review/Chris Schanz)
  • Smith paces JC at invite
    GENEVA — First-year coach Marvin Buckner acknowledged the competition for his team’s No. 1 spot was close. On the first day, Maddy Snow led the team.
  • Patriots started season at Cross Creek
  • Small squad starts Tuesday
    Team wins were hard to come by for the Patriots last year.

  • Energy for Elwood
    Jay County graduate is seeking to bring positivity, stability to Panther athletics program that has experienced struggles

  • Jay dominates pair
    Two foes provided little challenge for the home team.

  • Loss in extras
    The Rockets rallied. The Jackers responded.
  • FR girls defeat South Adams
    BERNE — Emily Boeckman, Makenna Huelskamp and Joelle Kaup each won three events Thursday to lead the Fort Recovery Eels summer swim team as the girls knocked off host South Adams 296-253.
  • Rough regional
    Jay County unable to make run at season-best, shoots a 377 to finish last at The Players Club
  • Among the stars
    FORTVILLE — Indiana’s best high school basketball players were gathered together Wednesday night. A Patriot was among them.
  • Three Patriots named All-ACAC
    Three Patriots have been recognized as among the best in the conference.
  • Shooting for season best
    Taking a team to the regional tournament has been a rare accomplishment for the Patriots.
  • On to regional
    PARKER CITY — The No. 4s and 5s were in from each team. The No. 3s were near the final green when the horn sounded.
  • Consistency lifts Bilbrey to 15th
    BLOOMINGTON — The school record wasn’t in the cards. Neither was a career-best throw.
  • Bright, Lykins make 1st team
    Two Patriots were recognized as the best in the conference at their positions. Two more were named to the second team.
  • A lifetime in baseball
    Selvey steps away after 34 years as JCHS?baseball coach
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