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Wednesday, March 22, 2023
  • Bentz earns state title
    BROWNSBURG — Three Jay County wrestlers competed in the grade school state championships. One stood atop the podium.
  • Jay draws Frankton
    The Patriots will open the tournament against an unfamiliar foe.

  • Tourney rival tops JC
    The Patriots had put together three straight wins, including a couple that gave them a share of the Allen County Athletic Conference title. Up against a sectional opponent Saturday, the streak ended.
  • FRHS keeps up hot streak
    NEW KNOXVILLE — The first two-thirds of the season were rough for the Indians. Heading into the tournament, they’re on a roll.
  • Snow 13th at regional
    FISHERS — Maddy Snow beat both of the divers who finished in front of her in the sectional. It wasn’t quite enough to get her through to the finals.
  • Indians top host Bulldogs
    CELINA, Ohio — The Indians won just twice in their first 14 games.

    In their last six, they have four victories.
  • Jay Co. tops host Knights
    FOUNTAIN CITY — The Patriots had their full lineup for the first time in a couple of weeks. For the second time all season, they beat a team with a winning record.
  • Wendel sets record
    Another meet, another record for Sage Wendel.
  • Jay girls fall in finals
    Both Patriot and Tiger teams made it to the championship games. The latter walked away with two titles.
  • Tribe second in Coldwater invite
    Three Indian girls each won an event. Sage Wendel earned a pair of victories.
  • Indians halt losing streak
    ST. PARIS, Ohio — The skid is over.
  • Indians halt losing streak
    ST. PARIS, Ohio — The skid is over.
  • Patriot girls defeat Bearcats
    MUNCIE — After a week off, the Patriot girls came back strong. The boys were unable to keep up with the host Bearcats.
  • INDIANAPOLIS — The cross country tournament will have a different look this fall.

  • Indians fall to St. John’s
    DELPHOS, Ohio — The Indians were able to stay close. But back-to-back victories and their first conference win were not in the cards.
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