Girls Junior Varsity Basketball · Girls Junior Varsity Basketball beats Union City 47 – 38
Girls Varsity Basketball · Lady Bruins fall to Union City 64-44.
Bruins News · Boys Swimmers Get 8th Win!; Girls Still Improving
Our Bruins traveled to Hagerstown last night for another competitive night of swim. The boys took the win swimming very well. They have already tied their win total of last year. The record for wins in a season by the boys is 11. The girls were competitive but severely outnumbered in their meet. Girls: Hagerstown
From the IHSAA…. IHSAA Girls Basketball State Tournament Pairings Show is Sunday, Jan. 26 at 5 pm ET / 4 pm CT (2 hours) Details: https://ihsaa.org/Sports/Girls/Basketball/2019-20/State-Tournament#40252438-tournament-pairings-show–tournament-preview-show
Bruins News · JH Girls Split with Delta; 8th Graders Remain Unbeaten
The 7th grade Lady Bruins dropped to 4-5 after falling to Delta in a low scoring game, 22-11. Delta lead at all four stops leading 5-1 after one and 9-7 at the half. A big third quarter pushed the Eagles lead to 19-11. Delta outscored the Bruins 3-0 in the fourth. Despite the loss, Coach
Due to a thick fog, Blackford County Schools are under a 2-hour delay for Wednesday, January 15.
Bruins News · JH Girls Games Moved from Jan 21 to Jan 22
The JH girls games have been moved, at the request of East Jay due to a new conflict for them, from Tuesday, January 21 to Wednesday, January 22. The game will still be held in the Sutton Center at 5:30pm.
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Bruins News · JH Girls Defeat Wes-Del; 8th Graders Improve to 9-0
The 7th grade Lady Bruins defeated Wes-Del last night 29-26 to improve to 4-4 on the season. The girls lead 4-3 after one. A big second quarter pushed the lead to 18-8 at the half. The Lady Warriors fought back to within two after three. The Bruins hung on to win by three. Coach Amy