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Jays Place 3 Wrestlers at Joshua Hephner Invitational

This past Saturday looked a bit different in the gymnasium of Fitch High School for the annual Joshua Hephner Memorial Wrestling tournament, however for the Jays it was business as usual. The tournament was adjusted from a grueling 2 day event with over 28 teams to an event that was now split into two individual

Hot Shooting Leads Jays to a Win

The Blue Jays had two games over the weekend and neither were a disappointment. The Jays welcomed Springfield on Friday night. The Jays fought hard and led most of the game. Unfortunately the Jays came up short in the end, losing 56-50. The Jays didn’t get much of a rest as they welcomed East Canton

Jr’s DeDomenic and Evans Atop Leader Board for Varsity Football’s First Off-Season Max Out

Congratulations to all football players who participated in the first off season max outs of the year. The football teams power rankings were released Thursday afternoon which had Jr. Chase DeDomenic at the top, wining the bench, dead lift and squat. Finishing second for the Jays was Jr. Eythan Evans. Eythan has increased weights in

Jays Win a Thriller in OT

The Jackson Milton Blue Jays traveled to Mineral Ridge to take on the Rams. The game surely wasn’t a disappointment. The Jays are still without Senior Guard Mason Robison who is sidelined with an injury, but the rest of the team stepped up. The first half was a neck and neck game. Each team traded

Jays JV play second game of the weekend.

The Blue Jays welcomed the McDonald Blue devils to town tonight for a league match up. The boys had a tough out tonight against a veteran McDonald JV team losing 52-24. Aiden Stanke led the way with 6 points and Alex Rotuna added 5.

Boys JV picks up first win

The Blue Jays JV took on the Sebring Trojans Friday night and picked up there first victory. The boys really picked it up on the defensive end right from opening tip and never let up. Logan Sokol led the way with 14 points and Aiden Stanke chipped in 11.