Jackson-Milton Local Girls Middle School Track

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Updated MS and HS Track Record Boards

The Athletic Department is excited to show off the updated track record boards for Junior High and High School teams.  Special thanks go to our coaches who helped with this process and Mr. Mohr and the Fishbowl Graphics for creating these record books.  The record boards can be found in the back entrance to the

4X200 Junior High Girls Break Own Record

After doing some research in the wild, the Blue Jay is considered by many to be one of the slower animals that fly.  But if you come to North Jackson, you will find the Lady Jays, 4X200 relay team to be faster than their animal counterparts.  During the MVAC League Championships held at Springfield High

4X200 Junior High Girls Track Sets New School Record

Sammy Sosa, an All-Star outfielder in the early 2000’s for the Chicago Cubs was famous for his line. “Baseball has been very, very good to me.”  The Girls Junior High Track team could change that quote up to, ” The Lowellville Track has been very, very good to us.”  Another school record was broken there

4X100 Team Sets New School Record Junior High Girls Track

Last evening, the Junior High Girls Track team attended their last MVAC league regular season meet of the season held at Lowellville High School.  The air was warm and the conditions were right for good times to be turned in by all athletes.  For the 4X100 team made up of 8th graders, Sadie Christoff, Kailee

Sadie Christoff Strikes Again… Beats own Jr. High Track Record

For the first time this jr. high track season, the team FINALLY got to enjoy sunshine and warm temps at the 105th Mahoning County Middle School Track Meet held at Poland High School on April 30th.  With that sunshine and warm temps came another record breaking performance by Sadie Christoff who won the Mahoning County

Sadie Christoff New 200 M Hurdles Record Holder

Records are made to be broken and our student-athletes at Jackson-Milton have been breaking them faster than I can keep up with.  Just last week two school records were broken in track alone.  On a balmy 45 degree cloudy and a slight wind chill  the jr. high track team traveled to Mineral Ridge High School for