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Friday, December 2, 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)
  • Jay girls roll over Indians
    The first week of duals has been a success for the Patriot girls.
  • Junior high girls defeat the Warriors
    WOODBURN — The Patriots made sure their visit to their most distant conference rival was worthwhile.
  • Patriots to visit Woodlan
    The Jay County High School boys basketball team (0-1) will visit Woodlan (1-0) on Friday night.
  • Jay tops Knights
    The Patriots trailed 6-4. They wouldn’t give up another point in the opening quarter.
  • No. 16 Patriots crush Bulldogs
    CENTERVILLE — When preseason polls were released early this month, the Patriots were ranked among the top 20 in the state overall and atop their class.
  • Too much pressure
    RICHMOND — From the start, the Red Devils put the pressure on. The Patriots didn’t handle it well.
  • No. 7 Patriots stifle Woodlan
    The Warriors arrived Friday night with a 5-1 record. They had averaged 61 points over their last three games, all victories. The Patriots stifled any hopes for a fourth in a row in a hurry.
  • Jay opens Saturday
    The Jay County High School boys basketball team will open its season Saturday with a trip to Richmond.
  • They’re No. 1
    Jay County enters season as the top-ranked team in Class 2A with a focus on championships from sectional to state duals
  • Patriot puzzle
    Coach Jerry Bomholt has more options. It’s a matter of how they will fit together.
  • Building process
    The Patriots have a handful of swimmers heading into their final season. They have a bunch with no high school experience at all. There is — almost — no in between.
  • Triangle and through
    Defensive shift leads to second half dominance for No. 8 Jay in blowout victory over the second-ranked Golden Falcons
  • Improved response
    Kirk Comer was curious to see how the Patriots would respond when a good team made a second-half run against them.
  • Big Winners
    When Jay County and Columbia City met last season in the first all-girls wrestling dual in state history, the Patriots came up agonizingly short.
  • Rebound at Oak Hill
    CONVERSE — The Patriots bounced back from Saturday’s difficult loss to a ranked rival. Two more state-ranked foes await this weekend.
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