Cold north winds and long grass proved tough for most golfers during this week’s St. Annes Tuesday Men’s Golf League play. That is, except for the trio captained by Doug “Cranking the Pool Heater” Schroeder. Schroeder and sons Jon and Zach compiled a night’s best 27 points.

The Jennings County High School softball team hosted the Indian Creek Braves on Monday, and sent them home with a 15-0 shutout loss at the hands of the Lady Panthers. The game was such a blowout that the game was called in the fifth inning.

The Jennings County High School girl’s tennis team hosted Lawrenceburg on Saturday morning, and fell 5-0 to the Tigers. In the #1 singles position, Elle McMullen defeated Regan Brown 6-2,6-3. Gracie Safaviyan defeated Jennings County’s Tatum Brown in the #2 singles spot 6-2,6-1. In #3 single…

This past Saturday, the renewed Jennings County High School Softball and Baseball fields were officially dedicated. In late April 2018, the Jennings County School Corporation Board of School Trustees voted unanimously to hire engineering firm Woolpert to create an Athletic Complex master pla…

With the regular season nearly three quarters of the way done, the Jennings County High School boy’s golf team is still working on hitting their full stride. This past Saturday, the boys competed in the Batesville Invite, where they were one of 12 other teams gunning for first place. However…

The Jennings County High School girl’s track and field team traveled to Floyd Central on Tuesday to compete in the Hoosier Hills Conference tournament. When the meet came to a close, Jennings County scored 27 team points, resulting in the low score for the event.

The seasons for the Jennings County High School boy’s and girl’s track and field have nearly finished, with only the conference tournament being left for the boy’s team before both squads go to sectionals. For many seniors, this will mean the very end of a long career in the sport, while som…

Jennings County Middle School boy’s track and field team has been in action, and eighth grader Kraedyn Young is making his mark. Young has officially broken a record at JCMS this year, and he did it twice. His first came against South Decatur on May 3, when he set a record 4:50 in the 1600 m…

The Jennings County High School softball team had a dominating win over New Albany on Thursday, with the Lady Panthers defeating the Bulldogs 9-1. The scoring began early for the Lady Panthers, with Tori Lee hitting a two run home run early in the first inning, and was followed by a solo hom…

The JCHS Track and Field Teams traveled to Shelbyville for the Golden Bear Invitational. The teams competed against eight other schools, including neighboring Seymour and Madison. The boy’s team placed fifth overall, scoring 54 points and the girl’s team placed eighth overall with a cumulati…

The Jennings County High School Unified Track Team competed in the Hoosier Hills Conference on Saturday, May 1st at Columbus East High School finishing in 3rd place. This was the team’s first event of the year having a home meet postponed earlier in the week. Overall, the team did an awesome…

Week 4 brought much better weather than last week. There was some spring wind for sure but nothing like the winds we battled through during week 3. We had 11 players with par or better this week and many players who had their best round so far during league nights. The league average for thi…

The Jennings County High School Athletic Department in conjunction with the Booster Club announced this past week they would be holding a fundraiser for commemorative bricks. The improvements to the athletic facilities at the high school have been quite obvious over the past few years, with …

The Jennings County High School Boy’s and Girl’s Track and Field Teams competed in the Bill Self Invitational at Franklin Community High School on Thursday. Both teams came in fifth, with the boy’s having a cumulative score of 65.5 and the girl’s scoring a 42.5.

The Jennings County High School softball team won one and lost one over the past week. Their big win of the week came against Greenwood Christian Academy, where the Lady Panthers won 22-1. Nearly every Lady Panther had hitting impacts, however the big plays came from Tori Lee and Delaynee Mc…

Eighty-degree winds blew over St. Annes Golf Course on the last Tuesday evening of April, but no airplanes crashed and, unlike less than a week before, no snow blanketed the North Vernon links.

Boys Fr BaseballThursday, May 6, Bedford N. Lawrence, 5:30 PM. Away.

Jennings County hosted Greensburg on Friday evening, and sent the Pirates back home with a 9-4 loss. On the mound and getting the win for the Panthers was junior Jacob Vogel, pitching six strikeouts and giving up only four runs through five innings. Sophomore Keegan Manowitz was the closing …

The Jennings County Middle School Boys and Girls Track and Field teams are back in action, as they competed on Monday evening at the JCHS Track. The boy’s team beat Batesville Middle School by a score of 65-42, and the girl’s team narrowly lost to Brownstown Central by a score 54-51.

The Jennings County High School boy’s golf team hosted the Jennings County Invitational on Saturday, with a total of thirteen teams playing at St. Annes Golf Course. Jennings County placed eighth in the invitational. Brett Silvey led the Panthers with an 83. Also scoring for the Panthers wer…

Jennings County hosted New Washington High School on Tuesday evening, and swept the Mustangs 5-0. In the #1 Singles match, Reagan Brown defeated Sydney Owens 6-0,6-0. Tatum Brown defeated Kyndal Huff 6-0,6-1 in the #2 Singles match. Carmen Kopitzke won by default in the #3 Singles match. The…

The Jennings County High School Boys and Girls Track Teams were in action the past week, competing tin two tri-meets. Both the boys and girls placed second in last Thursday’s meet against Columbus East and Brownstown. In the Tuesday night meet against Rock Creek and Silver Creek, the boys te…

Boys Varsity Track & FieldTuesday, April 27, Seymour Invitational, 6:00 PM, Away.

While the North Vernon Parks department offers a spring and fall league, a more competitive alternative in picking up steam in the county. With the help of a conglomerate of Jennings County High School soccer alumni, Muscatatuck Soccer Club, or Muscatatuck United was born in 2019. Well, it w…

Jennings County Track and Field were no strangers to the rain this week, with rain threatening two meets, and even cancelling one, the Jeffersonville Inferno. Regardless the team was able to run, jump, and throw against four different teams over the past week.

Jennings County Lady Panther Softball was in action four times over the past week, going 2-2 in the games. On Thursday, the Lady Panthers traveled to Bloomington North and came away with a huge 16-5 win. Freshman Mackenzie Matern got the the start in the game, pitching through four and a thi…

In a rain shortened week, Jennings County Baseball was only able to play one game, which they lost 3-2 at Jeffersonville. Jacob Vogel got the start for the Panthers, pitching seven strikeouts on seven hits, and giving up two runs through six innings. Carson McNulty was brought in at the end …

Michael Jordan. Tom Brady. Babe Ruth. Wayne Gretzky. Addyson Kent. At least in terms of Jennings County Basketball, over the course of four seasons, Kent has put her name in the Greatest of All Time debate for the school. I had the opportunity to talk to Addyson as her senior year comes to a…

Jennings County’s Boy’s Golf Team has officially began their 2021 conquest, and they began their year at Shadowood Golf Course for the Seymour Golf Invitational. Teams in attendance with the Panthers were Columbus North, Seymour, Brownstown, Bloomington North, Bedford North Lawrence, and Col…

Spring has sprung, and in Jennings County, that means it’s time to hear the ping of the bats and the slap of a ball against a glove. After a lack of the softball in 2020 due to the global pandemic, Head Coach Bobby Willis and the Lady Panther softball team are ready to get back on the diamon…

INDIANAPOLIS — George McGinnis remembers every detail from that night he listened to the Indiana state basketball championship in the parking lot of Hinkle Fieldhouse.

Jennings County’s boys basketball season came to an end in the first round of the Class 4A Seymour Sectional, where the Panthers lost to Jeffersonville to conclude a 12-11 campaign that was, to say the least, unlike any other. From in-school learning being postponed mid-season, to playing wi…

SEYMOUR — The hot-shooting offense and suffocating defense of Jeffersonville was too much for Jennings County as the Red Devils took down the Panthers 57-39 in the opening round of IHSAA Boys Basketball Sectional 15 on Tuesday.