On Tuesday night, the Jennings County High School boys and girls swimming and diving teams opened their season hosting Madison and Southwestern Hanover. Both teams defeated Southwestern, 83-56 for the girls and 70-40 for the boys. The Panthers lost to Madison, 70-89 on the girls side and 52-…

On Saturday, the Lady Panthers traveled to Brownsburg High School to compete in the Allstate Sneakers for Santa Shootout. Brownsburg welcomed 12 girls teams over the weekend to compete in the invitational, including two other HHC teams, Bedford North Lawrence and Columbus East.

On Saturday evening, the Jennings County High School girls basketball team hosted Greensburg in their fifth game of the season. Greensburg came into the game at 3-2 on the season, but left at .500 after the Lady Panthers claimed victory, 53-44.

Last Thursday, the Jennings County High School boys wrestling team opened their season on the road against Scottsburg. The team started out their season with a 1 in the win column, defeating the Warriors 54-23.

The Lady Panther basketball team has been busy warming up the Hurley Gymnasium, and they get to share the court with the boys now as the 2022-23 Jennings County Panther basketball season gets underway tonight, Nov. 23, when the team hosts Whiteland.

While swimming is most commonly associated with the dog days of summer, swimmers at Jennings County High School think of winter, when the IHSAA Swimming and Diving season starts. The teams at JCHS are a bit smaller this year than they have been in the past, but in a sport that is both a team…

Out of all the sports seasons at the high school level, the winter has the fewest sports, with only basketball, swimming, and wrestling competing, but it is officially time for the second of those sports to start, with JCHS Wrestling starting tonight with a match against Scottsburg.

It felt like a dream for many Jennings County basketball fans on Saturday night, as the Lady Panthers took the court at the Hoosier Gym in Knightstown, the filming location for the iconic basketball movie, Hoosiers.

It was an eventful Saturday at Jennings County High School last weekend, as the school held their second annual Lady Panther Tip-Off Classic. North Harrison, Charlestown, and Shawe Memorial were the teams that competed with JC in the varsity tournament, and North Harrison, Charlestown, and T…

As the fall sports season at Jennings County High School wraps up, and the winter sports season begins, many fall sports teams have started to announce their awards. While not all sports have announced their award winners, these are the teams that have.

Jennings County basketball fans rejoiced and flocked to Charles W. Hurley Gymnasium on Tuesday night for the first Lady Panther game of the season against the Warriorettes of Scottsburg. While the team looked rusty, Jennings County still came away with a win, 60-48.

On Saturday, the Jennings County High School boy’s cross country team and Lady Panther Avery Willhite competed at the IHSAA Semi-State competition at Brown County. At the end of the day, both groups did not punch their ticket to the state championship.

Jennings County looked red hot entering their home matchup with Silver Creek in the opening matchup of the 2022 IHSAA Sectional. They were coming off back to back exciting wins against teams that had regular season wins over the Dragons. However, Silver Creek brought the ice, cooling down th…

As the yellow and red leaves begin to fall from the trees, and as the temperatures begin to drop, the court inside Charles W. Hurley Gymnasium is heating up, as the Jennings County High School girl’s basketball team prepares for another season of play, officially kicking off the winter sport…

This past Saturday, the Jennings County High School runners traveled to Shelbyville to compete at the Columbus North-hosted IHSAA Cross Country Regional competition. With a top 5 finish needed to advance to this weekend’s semi-state round, the teams competed hard against some of the top comp…

Last Thursday, the Jennings County Lady Panther Volleyball team traveled to Jeffersonville to compete in the Class 4A IHSAA Sectional. The sectional was made up of HHC teams Seymour, Bedford North Lawrence, Floyd Central, New Albany, the host school, and the Lady Panthers. Jennings County dr…

If you would’ve told the members of the Jennings County High School football team this time last year that they would more than double their wins the next season, some of them might have been shocked at the thought. A 1-point win over Jeffersonville on Friday night sealed the Panther’s regul…

On Sunday, the IHSAA held their annual sectional pairings show, and many in Jennings County had their focus on who the Panthers would pull in the draw. The Panthers have competed in 4A Sectional 23 for the past seven seasons after dropping down from the 5A Class following the 2014 season. Je…

Last weekend, the Jennings County High School boys and girls cross country teams competed in Seymour at the Hoosier Hills Conference championship. The boys placed third overall with a score of 76 and average time of 17:40.34, and the girls placed fifth with a score of 105 and an average scor…

Connect with nature while getting some exercise at Muscatatuck NWR from 9am-3pm on Saturday, Oct. 8. Hikers are invited to walk refuge trails of their choosing. Maps and distances of the trails can be picked up at the Visitor Center. Refuge volunteers will be stationed at the designated trai…

Last week, I noted that the Lady Panther volleyball team was getting hot at the perfect time of the year after winning the previous three matches. After this past week, the fire is still burning strong in the Jennings County locker room, as they ended their regular season on Tuesday a perfec…

Following their win at the Madison Sectional the week prior, the Jennings County girl’s golf team traveled to Franklin’s The Legends Golf Course for the IHSAA Regional competition. In an incredibly stacked tournament, the Lady Panthers’ season came to an end with a 12th place finish, shootin…

The Jennings County girls and boys soccer teams are wrapping up their seasons and getting ready for sectional play after the sectional draw took place over the weekend.

The Jennings County High School boys and girls cross country teams traveled to Hanover College on Saturday morning to compete in the annual Duke Meyer Classic. At the end of the races, both teams were celebrating, as the Lady Panthers placed second in the event and the boys placed first!

The Jennings County Panther tennis team competed in the annual Hoosier Hills Conference Tournament last week, and came up short after winning the first round.

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Jennings County found a way to win the second half of play in their Friday night homecoming matchup with Bedford North Lawrence, but it wasn’t enough, as the Panthers fell 21-7.

There is a saying in football that says, “Football is a game of four quarters,” meaning no matter how well you do in three quarters, you have to win all four. Jennings County learned that lesson the hard way, after giving up 28 unanswered points in the second half that helped the Madison Cub…

Close contests, including two sudden-death playoffs, marked the opening round of the Tuesday Night Men’s League postseason tournament this week at St. Annes Golf Course.