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Ellis Leads Devil Past Castle 70-67

Senior Drew Ellis scored a game high 32 points as the Red Devils (10-10) defeated (14-7) Castle 70-67 at William S. Johnson Arena. The Red Devils return to action on Tuesday night when they host Charlestown. The Charlestown game will also be “Senior Night” as the players will be recognized before the start of the

Ellis Scores 26 in Loss at Corydon

Drew Ellis had a game high 26 points in loss at Corydon Central High School on Tuesday night.  This is the first victory for the Panthers over Jeff in the last six years.  The Red Devils are now 9-10 on the year and return to action Saturday night when they host Castle High School at

Boys Swimming Heavy Favorite at Sectional

The Jeffersonville boys swim team is the heavy favorite heading into this weekend’s Floyd Central Sectional at Highland Hills Middle School as they have the top seed in seven events.  Due to inclement weather, the sectional preliminaries scheduled for tonight, Thursday, February 20, has been postponed to tomorrow, Friday, February 21.

Semi-State Wrestling Re-Cap

Stevie Jones – first round of Regionals wrestled a kid from Mater Dei that beat him by more than 15 last time they met.  Stevie came out with a first period takedown to take the lead, but had to take an injury timeout in the third period (most likely a broken toe) and ended up

IHSAA Tip of the Week

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (2-17-14) “Promoting education-based athletics in Indiana.” The one dreaded word student-athletes hate to hear during their season is “slump.” A slump is best described as not performing up to your capabilities or the expectations of your coach. Every athlete and every team will experience a slump sometime during a season.  How

Senior Spotlight – Leonard Kwitonda

Leonard has been playing basketball for 8 years, starting in his native Rwanda.  He came to Jeffersonville as a freshman and has played basketball and soccer since he arrived.  Leonard was a part of the HHC, sectional, and regional championship teams from the past 2 years and has also been a big key to the

Girls Basketball Seniors Recognized

On Thursday, February 6, the girls basketball team recognized its five seniors:  Chelsie Marshall, Haley Vogen, Makenzie Johnson, Mallory O’Brien and Aurreeshae Hines before the start of the Providence girls basketball game.  The athletic department extends it thanks to these young women, and their families, for their effort and dedication to the program.  We wish each of them

Girls Basketball Sectional Preview

The Girls IHSAA 4A Sectional will be in North Vernon this week at Jennings County High School.  The Lady Devils (16-5) received a 1st round bye and will play the winner of the New Albany (7-12) vs. Seymour (11-8) game.  Should they win and advance to Saturday’s Championship Game they would probably tangle with the defending

IHSAA “Tip of the Week”

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (2-10-14) “Promoting education-based athletics in Indiana.” There are three ways a student-athlete can develop: practicing, watching, and listening. During the Winter Olympics in Sochi, the high school student-athlete has the opportunity to watch, listen, and read about some of the greatest athletes in the world.  Even though most of the events