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SPORTS September 15, 2014

2014 JCHS Girls Soccer
2014 JCHS Girls Soccer
Members of the 2014 JCHS girls soccer team are, row one, left to right, Kaylin Klosterman, Lydia Borgman, Brooke Minor, Elaine Lykins, Taylor AmRhein, Mackenzie Byram, Olivia Vanosdal, Kilee Littrell, Gabby Genda, Gabby Galvin, Paige Bateman, Gretchen Sherrill. In back are; Anna McDonald, Lexi Brown, Jala Bolden, Anna McGriff, Sydney Kirchner, Maddy Hovious, Autumn Miller, Justine Corya, Annsley Blackburn, Mariah Grider, Coach Olivia Euler, Coach Kate Gray.-Staff Photo by Sharon Hamilton

Lady Panther runners face toughest challenge
The JCHS girls cross country team had another outstanding day despite finishing 13th out of 14 on Saturday. They were up against top ranked teams and were missing their number four runner so that didn't help the challenging situation any.
Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Sports quiz
1. When was the last time four players were elected in the same year by the Baseball Writers' Association of America to the Hall of Fame?
Wednesday, September 10, 2014

KDH ready for annual Fun Run
King's Daughter's Hospital Will host the annual Run the Fall 5k event t Clift Falls State park on Saturday, Sept. 27. The 5k event is for runners and walkers will begin t 8 a.m. and will feature electronic chip timing for the first tie. ON-site registration will open at 7 a.m. on rae day.
Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Let's hear it for the return of the boys
As I was watching the Panthers play New Albany Friday night I glanced around at the people standing near me. My goodness, I thought, that looks like some of my former football players.
And it was.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Heading into the 2014 season, volleyball head coach Susan Kinney knew it was going to be a rebuilding year. After all, she'd seen eight of her starting players graduate over the past two seasons.
"I knew it was going to be a tough year," Kinney admitted. "It is hard to take on that challenge, but these girls are working hard to make themselves and the team stronger and better."
Two seniors are leading the team this season. Addie Skeleton and Hannah Shockley may not have a lot of time on the varsity court, but their coach said they make up for it by having great leadership skills.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Bulldogs squash Panthers, 29-14
Penalties at crucial times got the best of the Jennings County High School football team as they picked up their second loss of the season, 44-19, against Hoosier Hills Conference rivals New Albany.
New Albany quarterback Zach Donan came ready to play and in the first period alone he rushed a total of 22 yards within a three -minute span of the first quarter to give his team a 13-0 lead. Not to be outdone, Panther quarterback Connor Byram found paydirt from one yard out at the 3:31 point of the first period. Julian Johns had an 84-yard kick-off return for a touchdown to end the first quarter scoring for the Bulldogs.
The big story for the Panthers was penalties. While New Albany had 46 yards in penalties, the Panthers had accumulated 63 yards.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

How to be a happy camper
Ah, nature. Besides the mosquitoes, nothing says summer like a getaway to the great outdoors.
Wednesday, September 3, 2014

JCHS football wins big over Greensburg
After a Greensburg High School turnover with under a minute left in the Friday night contest between the Pirates and Jennings CountyHigh School, quarterback Connor Byram led the offense back onto the field for one last play.
Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Panthers use senior leadership, talent to win
"Seniors" and "experienced players" are the words used to describe the 2014 Jennings County High School boys soccer team.
Wednesday, September 3, 2014

'Of course it is going great . . . right now we are 6-0'
If you ask Jennings County High School head girls soccer coach how her season is going so far, you will probably get the answer we got.
"Geez Sharon, we are 6-0, how do you think this season is going?" was Gray's instant reply. "We have to be proud of the fact we're undefeated. The girls are playing extremely well and they are focused."

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

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