If you’re a fan of a style of basketball that spreads out the floor and uses every inch of it in order to score points, this year’s edition of the Greyhounds may be up your alley.
The Lady Greyhounds fought through a grueling region last year to make it to the GHSA Class AAAAAA quarterfinals, falling to eventual state runner-up Kell.
The road to the region title still runs through Gray.
When the pitch from Destin Howard landed firmly in the glove of Jones County catcher Molly Keenum on Saturday afternoon, the journey became complete. From there, the celebration was on.
Competition cheerleading in Jones County has been around for a number of years, taking cheerleading to the next level and challenging young Greyhounds.
Having run its record to 3-0 in region play, Jones County will put that mark on the line Friday when unbeaten and top-ten ranked Ola comes to town.
It’s been a goal that Laney Doster has striven toward. Over the weekend, the JCHS girls cross country senior runner accomplished it.
In what ended up being the Lady Greyhounds final game of the season on their home field, Jones County walked off of it in about the best way possible.
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