Last Thursday against Mary Persons, Jones County’s tennis program celebrated its three seniors. Fittingly, all three of them, Syndey Bowman, Jackson Taylor and Drake Daughtry came away with wins against the Bulldogs.
With less than a month left in the regular season, course time is not a problem for either JCHS golf team.
A school record was shattered on Friday at the Anderson Bentley, Jr. Invitational in Milledgeville.
By all accounts, this week could mark a make-or-break fork in the road for the Jones County baseball season with its upcoming pair of games against Dutchtown.
For any student-athlete, a likely goal is to be able to compete at the collegiate level.
It took a good part of the season, five region matches to be precise, but the Greyhounds have finally met defeat on the tennis court.
Entering last Tuesday, the Greyhounds had gradually shown improvement, but had not yet seen the fruits of that labor result on victories through six contests.
JCHS is off to a strong start on the links with the Lady Greyhounds having won their first three matches of the season and the Greyhounds taking two of three.
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