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Last Thursday, the Jennings County High School girls basketball team played host to No. 17 ranked Salem. A full house was on hand to watch as the Lady Panthers downed Salem, 61-37.

In separate Twitter announcements last week, two seniors on the Jennings County High School girls basketball team announced their verbal commitments to two colleges in the area.

Over the weekend, fans of the Jennings County High School Lady Panther basketball team got their first chance to watch the girls in Charles W. Hurley Gymnasium for the 2021-22 season. Those fans were treated to not only two wins by the team, but also a tournament championship by the Lady Panthers.

A local Jennings County student at Trinity Lutheran High School in Seymour is preparing to make a trip to the IHSAA State Finals in volleyball. Ruthie Bingham, daughter of BJ and Annie Bingham, and the Cougars of Trinity Lutheran will compete in their second state championship in three years.

When Jennings County ended their season in a 68-0 loss to Mooresville, many questions were being asked about the interim status of head coach Justin Baldwin’s position. The questions were answered last week, when a job posting was posted, searching for a new head football coach.

It was a tough night for Panther fans last Friday night. Jennings County hosted #7 Mooresville in round one of this year’s IHSAA sectional. If the cold and rainy weather didn’t bring you down, the play on the field did, as the Panthers lost 68-0.

This past Saturday, the Jennings County boys and girls cross country teams traveled to the Brown County Athletic Complex for the 2021 IHSAA Cross Country Semi-State tournament. While both teams did their best to advance to the state championship, they fell short of the mark. Both teams had a…

Last Saturday, the Jennings County High School volleyball team competed in the second round of the Providence sectional and played host to Floyd Central. The Highlanders were coming off a 3-0 win over Jeffersonville in the first round of the sectional, while the Lady Panthers had a bye. The …

The Jennings County High School boys and girls cross country teams competed at the Columbus North Regional this past Saturday at Ceraland Park. After all was said and done, both teams had claimed a spot in the Semi-State competition this Saturday. The boys team placed third overall, losing t…

The Jennings County High School boys and girls cross country teams traveled to Hardy Lake for the first round of their postseasons, the sectionals hosted by Austin High School. At the end of the meet, both teams advanced to regional competition.

In a game that resulted in the Panther defense giving up the fewest points the scoreboard has seen since their win against Madison, the offense didn’t have the power to keep up, and Jennings County suffered its seventh loss of the season to Floyd Central, 28-3.

This past Sunday, the Indiana High School Athletics Association hosted the 2021 Football Sectional Draw. When it was time to draw for Class 4A Sectional 23, Panther fans were sure to be happy when they saw that Jennings County would get to have one more home game.

The regular season has come to an end for the Jennings County High School volleyball team, as they now make their final preparations to compete in sectionals. Their season ended last Thursday with two wins during the week.

Earlier this week, both the Jennings County High School boys and girls soccer teams competed in their sectional competitions, and unfortunately for Panther fans, their seasons ended in round 1.

This past Saturday, the Vernon Gym played host to the First Annual Jennings County All-Township Classic. This revival of a once annual event brought four teams to the gym. Townships represented were North Vernon, Vernon, Hayden, and Zenas. Scores from each game are listed below.

JCXC took their talents to Crawford County for the HHC Championship race. We had our eyes set on capturing the conference title and bringing it back home. The boys ran tough and strong and went toe to toe with their conference foes. We had set ourselves up for a strong and potential #1 finis…

This past Friday, the Jennings County High School girls golf team traveled to Smock Golf Club in Indianapolis to compete in IHSAA Regional 4 hosted by Roncalli High School. The Lady Panthers placed 16th overall with a team score of 430.