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Christi Thomas had already interviewed once before for the Jackson County girls’ head basketball coaching position.
Jackson County boys’ soccer players plan to voluntarily remain busy during an extended layoff as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
With all spring sports being shut down in response to the coronavirus outbreak, Jackson County girls’ soccer coach Matt Maier had a message for his team after its Friday win over Morgan County.
Jackson County baseball coach Matt Bolt delivered a postgame speech to his victorious team Friday night. He’s confident it wasn’t a season-ending speech.
Due to the outbreak of coronavirus, Jackson County Schools have announced their closure from March 16-30. That includes the cancelation of all athletic events for Jackson County and East Jackson high schools during that period.
The Jackson County girls’ soccer team suffered its first loss of the season, picked up a lopsided win and also got a glimpse of college soccer all during a weekend excursion to Carrollton.
The Jackson County boys’ tennis team gave an indication of what the rest of its season may look like with its first tournament of the year.
Hunter Lumley and Ashton Parnell each found the back of the net as the Jackson County boys' soccer team earned a road 2-1 win over Social Circle in non-region play.
The Jackson County girls’ soccer team is off to a 3-0-1 start and could really begin to get on a roll now with its lineup coming into form.
Jackson County lost more games than it won in a weekend tournament but accomplished its mission in terms of exposure to tougher competition in an out-of-town setting.
Jackson County's Carson Anderson scored 16 points and Kennedy Harris added 12 points, but Sonoraville was too much as the Panthers fell to the Phoenix 61-42 in the first round of the Class AAA girls' state basketball tournament on Friday (Feb. 14).
Lindsey Fowler and Kassidy Gross scored two goals each as the Jackson County girls' soccer team beat Madison County 6-2 Tuesday (Feb. 11) in non-region play. The game was played at West Jackson Middle School.
Jackson County hopes a successful sectional tournament is a harbinger of bigger things to come for the state tournament.
Region 8-AAA tournament basketball games scheduled for tonight (Saturday) at Emmanuel College have been pushed to Monday due to winter weather.
Lindsey Fowler scored a goal in the 75th minute as Jackson County girls' soccer team tied Class AAAAAA Apalachee 1-1 Friday on the road.
Don’t expect many balls coming off Jackson County bats to fly out of ball parks this spring. But the Panthers will do their best to give opposing teams fits on the base paths.
Ivy Bell and Kennedy Habeeb scored three goals each Tuesday (Feb. 4) as the Jackson County girls' soccer team routed Banks County 10-0 in its season opener.
Jackson County's Hunter Lumley scored five goals and added an assist as the Panthers (1-0) blew out Banks County 10-0 Tuesday (Feb. 4) at home in their season opener.
Julie McCutcheon made a promise to her team when she took over as Jackson County’s head girls’ basketball coach two games into the season.
The Jackson County boys’ basketball team saw its season end Monday (Feb. 3) during the play-in game of the Region 8-AAA tournament with a 53-44 loss to Morgan County at East Jackson.
It was a celebration 21 years in the making for the Panthers, who have been celebrating quite a bit this season.
After Jackson County defeated Jefferson at the state wrestling duals, Dragon coach Kyle Baird sent an email of congratulations to Panther coach Jason Powers. During their correspondence, they took note that more competition between their two programs was quickly approaching with this Saturda…
Most high school players would be thrilled to go out and post a double-double. For Kalib Clinton, it’s almost news if he doesn’t.
Jackson County boys' basketball coach Ty Baumgardner said he’s simply hoping for continued improvement from his team each day as the regular season comes to a close.
Outscoring Morgan County by himself, Jackson County's Kalib Clinton went for 40 points Friday (Jan. 24) in the Panthers' 55-35 home win over the Bulldogs.
CARNESVILLE — Jackson County coach Julie McCutcheon had no issue with how her team played, but a busy night at the free-throw line from Franklin County kept the Panthers from celebrating a region road win.
Sparked by 34 points and 17 rebounds from Kalib Clinton, the Jackson County boys' basketball team ended a six-game losing streak with a 61-41 win Saturday (Jan. 18) at home over Commerce (10-11).
The Jackson County wrestling team won’t travel to the state duals in Macon as an area champion, but it is still making the trip. That, in itself, is reason for excitement, coach Jason Powers said.
Jackson County posed for a team photo with the area runner-up trophy but had hoped the trophy would be different this season.
The Jackson County boys' basketball team faced a tall task on the road Friday (Jan. 10) and suffered a lopsided loss, falling 67-38 to sixth-ranked Hart County (16-1, 6-1 Region 8-AAA).