No games or practices for the rest of March due to COVID-19 scare
Ball fields and courts across America, and in Jones County, have gone silent.
No one who follows Jones County High School sports was surprised when Madison Bennett signed Friday to play college softball at Georgia Highlands College.
The Greyhounds improved to 2-1 in region play with a 16-5 victory at Woodland-Stockbridge last Wednesday, rallying from a slow start with a big finish.
The Lady Hounds swept a pair of golf matches last week, winning 140-159 against Pike County at the Cedars on Tuesday and 90-121 at Twin Cities against Washington County on Thursday to improve to 3-0 on the season.
NOTE: All Jones County school and recreation sports have been suspended at least through March 28. No decision has been made on making up games or matches that will not be played as scheduled.
The Jones County Gym Hounds junior varsity team competed March 6 at Ola High School. Coach Jessica Kelly said her girls had improved scores and have shown improvement day-by-day this season.
The Jones County boys downed Locust Grove 5-0 in a tennis match at home last Thursday, improving to 2-3 overall and 2-1 in region play.
The Lady Hounds lost 3-2 to Locust Grove, making them 2-3 overall and 2-1 in the region.
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