Cheerleaders are doing their best to keep spirits high at basketball games, even though the audience is sparse due to COVID protocols. Pictured Saturday night at the Center Grove game are, left to right, Brantey Wathen, Carlie Bingham, Hailey Pearson, Katelynn Shatto and Shea Taylor.
Jennings County High School girls basketball team won two in a row on Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 11 and 12.
Monday night, the team traveled to Pike High School and came away with a 59-47 victory. Tuesday night, the Lady Panthers entertained Whiteland Community High School and sent the visitors away with a 59-39 loss. The Panther varsity team is now 11-3 for the season. Wednesday, January 13, 2021
The Center Grove Trojans (3-2) hosted No. 2 Carmel (8-0) Friday, holding the Greyhounds to 51 points while losing by seven points. The Panthers were well aware as they took to the floor Saturday night they would be facing a strong defensive unit.
Jennings only eked out eight points in the opening stanza, quickly falling behind 12 points, 20-8, by the first buzzer. Wednesday, January 13, 2021
With air travel down, many Americans are hitting the roads during COVID-19. Assuming local regulations allow for it, exploring the outdoors can be a good way to vacation safely during this turbulent time. Fortunately, many National Park System parks remain open with fewer visitors than during a normal year. Wednesday, January 6, 2021