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Monday, May 17, 2021
  • Jay falls to Heritage
    The host Patriots were ahead in the second inning.
  • Patriot softball inches closer to ACAC title
    The Patriots are one win closer to a conference title.
  • Curts, pitching carries Patriots
    PONETO — A sacrifice fly in the first inning. A single two frames later. No-hit ball for six innings.
  • Tribe gets two MAC wins
    NEW BREMEN and SYDNEY, Ohio — The Indians shut out a conference opponent on the road.
  • Patriot girls take second
    HAGERSTOWN — In a tune-up before the conference meet, the Jay County High School girls track team was the runner-up Saturday in the Tiger Booster Invitational.
  • Pearson sets school record
    COLDWATER, Ohio — Mara Pearson is the best jumper in school history.
  • Rinker RBI lifts Jay
    BERNE — The Patriots had their two-run lead slip away in the bottom of the third inning. They went ahead for good a half inning later.
  • Girls track takes third
    MUNCIE — Kinsey Shannon had two first-place finishes. Elisa Parazzi had one.

    Together they helped the Patriots take third.
  • Rally short for 6th straight loss
    FORT RECOVERY — The Indians finally broke through in the fifth inning. But it just wasn’t enough.
  • HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio — A half dozen members of the Jay County Barbell Club competed in the nationwide Festivus Games Team CrossFit competition at AKP CrossFit.
  • Patriots fight wind, edge Jets, Starfires
    CELINA, Ohio — On a night with winds that were unforgiving, the Patriots shot their highest score of the season.
  • Tribe offense dormant
    FORT RECOVERY — The Indian offense was dormant. It needed to be on top of its game against the ranked Cavaliers.
  • Schwieterman powers Patriots
    SELMA — Renna Schwieterman already had one multi-homer game in her career. She did it again Monday.
  • Boys place eighth in Muncie
    MUNCIE — Aaron Funkhouser was the runner-up in the 100-meter dash and the 4x800 relay team ran a season-best time Saturday as the Jay County boys track team placed eighth overall in the Muncie Central Relays.
  • Walk sinks FR baseball
    ST. HENRY, Ohio — It took the Indians six innings to match the Redskins’ first run. They didn’t get a chance to equal the second.
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