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Thursday, January 20, 2022
  • Jay County wins WVC
    It was a two-team race for the title Saturday. The host team came away victorious.
  • A strong showing by the 9-and-10-year-old girls helped cap a perfect season.
  • Jay County had its first close meet of the season Monday. Tuesday's competition did not follow suit.
  • Jay downs eastern neighbors
    Forty one total event wins help Jay County top Eels, move to 5-0 on the season
  • A little closer
    Each of the previous three wins were decided by multiple hundreds of points.
  • Another big win
    Through the first week of its season, Jay County has been unchallenged.
  • Winning swimming
    FORT RECOVERY — In every contested relay, the Eels came out on top.
  • BERNE — The Jay County Summer Swim Team cruised through its first dual meet of the season, winning 71 of 82 events in an 873-270 victory Tuesday over host South Adams.
  • Tankers win, issue awards
    PORTLAND and BERNE — Even in a virtual setting, Jay County showed its dominance.
  • Jay short of ninth straight title
    BERNE — The Jay County Summer Swim Team dominated its way to victories in its seven dual meets. It also won the conference relays last month.
    Perfect. And it wasn't close. 
  • 6-0 with one to go
    It was coach Bev Arnold's 70th birthday. Her swimmers helped her celebrate by staying undefeated. 
  • Still perfect
    A newly formed team was no match for a longtime summer swimming powerhouse. 
  • Swimmers roll to 4-0
    BERNE  The youngest girls and the oldest boys led the way. 
  • Swimmers dominate combined squad
    A lack of numbers caused Adams Central and Bellmont to combine swim teams for the summer. The new squad was still at a disadvantage against Jay County.
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The Commercial Review, Jay County's Daily Newspaper
P.O. Box 1049 Portland, IN 47371