Sav and I are sweating bullets, but we are done.
Here’s a short, very short, rundown of the night.
JHS boys’ basketball team got a big win in Minot. I don’t know when the last time the Blue Jay boys won in Minot, but it has to have been a long time ago. If anyone knows, email me would you?
Brian and Brett Sinner combined for 38 points. Brian had 23.
The JHS girls lost. Both teams play at Turtle Mountain today.
Gymnastics-wise, Kaitlin Walsh won the all-around title at the Pre-Christmas Invite. The Jays easily won as a team.
Alex Lind won a pair of events for the Jays, who scored over 140 points.
The JHS girls’ hockey team lost to powerhouse Bismarck. For some reason, the NDHSAA lets Bismarck have one girls’ hockey team, which is just stupud. They better be good and they are.
Morgan Geigle and Amber Schaack scored for the Jays.
That’s it and that’s all for now from the desk at The Jamestown Sun sports department.
All four of Jamestown College’s losses this season could have been wins.
The Jimmies trailed from start to finish in a 79-59 to Division II Minnesota State-Moorhead at the Blue Hawk Classic in Dickinson
The Jimmies first four losses all came by three points, but the Dragons led throughout and JC never trailed.
C.J. Peeters had a strong game in defeat, leading JC with 25 points.
The Jimmies get another chance today in Dickinson, facing something called Johnson & Wales out of Colorado.
Jon Hegerle reeled in Jamestown High School volleyball standout Alex Hanson on Friday.
One of the top hitters in the state, Hanson figures to be star in time in the DAC for the Jimmies. The athletic 6-1 hitter, had 282 kills for the Blue Jays, earning all-state honors as a senior.
She also had drawn interest from Concordia (Moorhead), but chose to stay home.
She told me last month she was interested in joining the Jimmies, but "nothing was decided, yet."
It is now.
She’s joining the orange and black.