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Friday, January 22, 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)
  • James, Patriots to open Saturday
    The Patriot gymnastics team almost didn’t have a season.
  • Jay girls dominate MC
    MUNCIE — The Patriot girls had a dominating performance against a sectional rival. The boys weren’t as fortunate.
  • Oh so Schwiet!
    Jay sophomore Renna Schwieterman's fourth-quarter effort helps Patriots clinch ACAC championship.
  • Eight earn winning records
    STRAUGHN — Eight wrestlers finished with winning records on Saturday as the Jay County High School B wrestling team went 4-1 at the Tri Super Duals.
  • Wait for it ...
    JCHS milks clock, then pull away from Tigers for berth in conference tournament title game.
  • Ison 3rd at state finals
    All Patriots finish in the top 4.
  • Humbled by Homestead
    The Patriots needed wins in each of the final three matches. Not only did they need those victories; to catch the Spartans, the wins needed to come by pins. The Spartans proved a worthy opponent.
  • Tribe splits with Van Wert
    VAN WERT, Ohio — Fort Recovery High School’s boys and girls swim teams split with the Van Wert Cougars on Thursday at YMCA of Van Wert County.
  • Differing paths, same destination: state
    One has been wrestling since middle school. Two just started this season.

  • Semifinals are set for ACAC tourney
    Jay boys, girls to meet Bluffton while Adams Central’s teams host South Adams.
  • Tankers split with Tigers
    YORKTOWN — The girls got yet another dual win.
  • The Patriot girls once again finished second. Jay County High School’s girls swim team was the runner-up at the Jay County Invitational on Saturday.
  • Dowlen's day carries Jay
    The Patriots’ leading scorer was held two below his average. The team’s second-biggest threat offensively was three fewer than what he usually puts in. So the smallest kid on the court made up the difference.
  • Ison 1st at regional
    BUNKER HILL — Tricia Ison never wrestled prior to this year. Now she’s done something only two other female Patriots have done before.
  • Jay divers place third
    The Patriot girls were runners-up by one point in their home invite a year ago. The swimmers have some ground to make up following the diving results. The boys will be a distant second when their meet resumes too.
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