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Monday, September 27, 2021
 
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)
  • Patriot offense fizzles
    WOODBURN — The Patriots had fireworks the first time they touched the ball. There wasn’t much else after that offensively.
  • Boggs lowers own record
    Joseph Boggs set a new course record Tuesday. He lowered it by seven seconds two days later.
  • Fifth-ranked Redskins surge past Indians
    FORT RECOVERY — The Indians won the opening set rather easily. The Redskins came surging back.
  • Patriots fall to Warriors on senior night
    A balanced attack gave the Warriors the first set. The Patriots hung close for most of the second, but ended up losing that one as well. By the time coach Amy Dillon recognized the difference it was a tad bit too late.
  • Patriots travel to Woodburn Friday
    The Jay County High School football team (3-2, 2-1 Allen County Athletic Conference) travels to take on the Woodlan Warriors (2-3, 2-1 ACAC) at 7 p.m. Friday in Woodburn.
  • Faulkner finishes Tigers
    He had already basically run rampant through the Tiger defense.
  • Boggs, boys take 2nd
    SELMA — Joseph Boggs had his winning streak come to an end.
  • Jay downs final sectional rival
    WINCHESTER — The Patriots are defending sectional champions. They’re primed for another after knocking off all of their rivals.
  • Boys bounce back by beating Braves
    Patriot soccer gets back in win column with 4-0 shutout
  • Patriots host Tigers for homecoming
    The Jay County High School football team (2-2, 1-1 Allen County Athletic Conference) will host the Bluffton Tigers (1-3, 1-1 ACAC) for homecoming at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Harold E. Schutz Stadium.
  • Patriots, Red Devils draw
    The Patriots were (finally) home for the first time. They got a result they hadn’t had all season.
  • Jets spoil Jay’s senior night
    Defending Allen County Athletic Conference champion Adams Central spoiled senior night for Jay County, handing the Patriot tennis team a 5-0 loss.
  • Boggs, Sibray finish first
    Joseph Boggs and Alexis Sibray both took first place Monday as the Jay County Junior High School boys and girls cross country teams hosted the Heritage Patriots at Hudson Family Park.
  • Patriots sixth in ACAC
    Chapman places 19th overall as Jay County shoots 486
  • Tennis rolls past Bruins
    The Bruins were no match for the Patriots, even with a bit of a changed lineup.
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