In the Tuesday, February 25, 2020 issue
What began last year as an extracurricular project formed between Jac-Cen-Del (JCD) senior Trent Linville (Class of 2019) and superintendent Ryan Middleton has now grown into a class taken by 18 students at the high school. The Radio and TV class forme …Read the story »
The Milan Indians boys varsity basketball team is guaranteed at least a share of the 2019-20 Ohio River Valley Conference championship after defeating Jac-Cen-Del’s Eagles by 11 points in Milan on Saturday, February 22.To claim outright conference domi …Read the story »
Eagles earn ORVC wins over Shiners and Pacers
Before meeting Milan, Jac-Cen-Del hosted conference opponents Rising Sun on Tuesday, February 18 and Switzerland County on Friday, Feb. 21, disposing of both teams, albeit in close games. On Tuesday, Wyatt Day and Justin Baber scored 18 points apiece to lead their team to victory over Rising Sun by a score of 55-49.
New coffee shop opens at JCD
The Jac-Cen-Del Community School Board met February 17 in the JCD Elementary library for a regular board meeting. Fred Unsicker, JCD High School principal, reported that the Coffee Shop will have its official grand opening February 20. The Upper Room has arranged the grand opening program in conjunction with the Chamber of Commerce.
Raiders split games over weekend
South Ripley’s boys varsity basketball team earned an ORVC win over Rising Sun on Friday, February 21 at home by a score of 61-28. Then, they traveled to Greensburg the following night and played a respectably close game against the formidable Class 3A Pirates, who improved to 20-2 with the 63-52 win over SR.