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Monday, April 12, 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)
  • Patriots girls get another victory
    DECATUR — Another meet, another win for the Patriot girls. Jay County High School’s girls track team finished first in a three-team meet at Bellmont on Thursday.
  • Starting hot
    It didn't take long for the Patriots to make up for lost time.
  • Tennis opens with shutout
    HARTFORD CITY  — The Patriots' season opener was delayed two days.
  • Patriots can’t rally past Bellmont
    DECATUR — The Patriots came from behind to get their win Monday. They weren’t able to recreate the magic a day later.
  • JCHS track tops Bruins
    HARTFORD CITY — The girls were first in every event but one. The boys had a strong showing in the opener, too.
  • Patriots hang on in opener
    Haley Gillette pulled the Patriots even with the Bruins in the fifth inning.
  • Rammel starts with victory
    VERSAILLES, Ohio — Whitley Rammel was one of the best shot putters in the area as a freshman.
  • Homer then a Homan
    FORT RECOVERY — The Blackhawks were threatening to break the tie. Jackie Homan shut them down, and Maddie Guggenbiller ended the deadlock instead.
  • Back to baseball
    Blake Caldwell had a dream of playing professional baseball.
  • Bader sets pool records
    Alex Bader was often among one of the best in the conference as a Patriot. She earned the accolade for the first time in college.
  • Jay tops AC in season finale
    The Patriots capped their year with a couple notches in the win column.
  • Girls capture ACAC
    In each event Morgan DeHoff and Lauren Fisher competed in on Friday, they won. Their efforts helped the team return to the top of the standings after five seasons.
  • Patriots, Starfires split meet
    The Patriot girls cruised to a win. The boys narrowly lost despite victories in only two races.
  • Kenney comes up short
    LAS VEGAS — Casey Kenney went punch-for-punch against one of the greatest competitors in this history of his division. He just didn’t do quite enough to get the win.
  • Patriot girls top Tigers
    BLUFFTON — The Patriot girls got their first win of the season. The boys are still searching for theirs.
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