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Saturday, March 6, 2021
  • Jay County boys to open tourney with Delta
    INDIANAPOLIS — The Patriots can play avengers once the tournament begins.
  • Jay County boys lose 4th straight
    Jay County High School’s boys basketball team lost a five-point lead at halftime and had yet another rally fall short in a 37-35 loss to the Delta Eagles on Saturday.
  • Fort Recovery wins finale
    CELINA, Ohio — The Indians closed the regular season by sharing the ball.
  • Quartet leads Tribe in rout of Blackhawks
    FORT RECOVERY — Cale Rammel and Clay Schmitz each hit four 3-pointers. Two other players joined them in double figures.
  • Two join club
    MARION — A pair of boys joined the 50-second club on Thursday as the Jay County High School swim teams both topped the host Marion Giants.
  • FORT LORAMIE, Ohio — The Indians fought to even the score with eight minutes to play. They were unable to overtake the Redskins.
  • ST. HENRY, Ohio — After an even eight minutes, the Indians had a slight advantage at halftime.
  • Jay girls dominate MC
    MUNCIE — The Patriot girls had a dominating performance against a sectional rival. The boys weren’t as fortunate.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Patriots stumble in loss
    FORT WAYNE — The Patriots closed out the first quarter with a two-point lead over the Cadets.
  • Patriots place third at state
    FORT WAYNE — The Patriots were a late add to the tournament. They nearly pulled off an upset.
  • Tribe girls win
    WAPAKONETA, Ohio — The Indians led by 10 after the first quarter. That advantage was nearly doubled by halftime.
  • Tankers split with AC
    The girls got another win. The boys came up short.
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The Commercial Review, Jay County's Daily Newspaper
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