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The Jackson County Panthers recently hosted their intersquad scrimmage game. Admission to the game was a donation of gatorade and or powerade bottles. The team was able to collect a trailer full.

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At the young age of seven Ashcraft had a burning passion for the sport of cheerleading. From recreation cheerleading, to competition cheerleading and now school cheerleading she has done it all.

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Growing up in the state of Iowa, Ben Lampe had pretty much been around wrestling his whole life. Lampe decided to give wrestling a shot at a young age when his dad decided to sign him up. “I started out just doing it for fun,” Lampe explained.

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The Jackson County High School girls' soccer team went 4-0 last week to win Barrow Arts and Sciences Academy's 7-v-7 tournament. The Panthers beat Winder-Barrow, Meadowcreek, Johnson and Oconee en route to taking the title. 

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Ivy Tolbert is one of those “you name it, I’ve played it” athletes. At a young age Tolbert tried all the sports out there such as baseball, soccer, dance, etc. Growing up with an older sister Tolbert was able to watch her play soccer. At just a young age the inspiration sat in and Tolbert kn…

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The Jackson County basketball program had a huge turnout this past week at their basketball camp with 147 campers present. 30 JCHS basketball players were able to attend the camp and volunteer as instructors during camp. Boys head coach Bryan Parker and Girls head coach Christi Thomas were t…

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Ezra Crumley had quite the unique start becoming a soccer coach. He explains the start of this journey as an “unorthodox soccer experience.” While at East Jackson High School, Crumley was the physical education teacher. He had always played football growing up so coaching football was a huge…

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Commerce High School recently hired Sherrard Brantley to take over as the head coach of the boy’s basketball team. Brantley was born and raised in Dublin, Georgia. While in high school at Dublin, Brantley and his team won two state championship basketball titles. One his freshman year and on…

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Russ Gregg came back home to Commerce High School in 2017 with the mindset to turn the basketball program at his alma mater around. Gregg was able to take the Tigers from only winning 10 games in three years to a sweet sixteen appearance this past basketball season.

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Haven Rollins of East Jackson Comprehensive High School recently signed with Spartanburg Methodist College to take her basketball career to the collegiate level. SMC is a Divison-1 school associated with the National Junior College Athletic Association in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

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Head Women’s Soccer Coach Molly McCarty of Jefferson was recently named the State Coach of the Year for the small public school division by the United Soccer Coaches Association.

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Kyle Hardy was the typical 16 year-old that had a burning passion for baseball while dreaming about the day he would become head coach at Jefferson High School.

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The Jefferson Dragons took the field one last time on May 13 before concluding their spring practice. The season opener is set for August 19 against Alpharetta at Raider Stadium. Head Coach Travis Noland is in his first season at JHS.

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Austin Ackerman recently signed a swim and academic scholarship with Keiser University located in West Palm Beach, Florida. Ackerman was a member of the inaugural East Jackson swim team his freshman year. He holds all individual male swim records at East Jackson High School and has been the …