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Jimtown Wrestlers win Bremen Super Dual

The Jimmies ended up victorious at Bremen on Saturday, 1-23-2016 in the Bremen Super Dual.  This was Jimtown’s last regular season test for the 2015-2016 school year.  We head next Saturday, the 30th into IHSAA Sectional Play which is hosted by Memorial High School. Today, Jimtown finished 5-0 in the Bremen Super Dual to capture

Jimtown High School Girls Varsity Basketball beat Riley High School 63-32

Thursday, January 21, 2016 7:30 PM Jimtown High School AWAY 63 Riley High School HOME 32 Game Recap Jimtown Leaders Shawntel James 20pts Rachel Miller 17pts S.B. Riley Leaders S.Byrd 8pts S.Grywczynski 7pts J.Parker 6pts Box Scores 1 2 3 4 Jimtown 21 14 16 12 Riley 12 3 7 10

Jimmie Boys get a much needed win over Goshen

At first it looked like it might end up being a blow-out in favor of the Jimmies.  Eventually Goshen woke up in the 2nd half, found a rhythm and the basket to cut the lead down to threaten.  In the end, Jimtown had enough left in the tank to hit some free throws, make some

Hunter Price signs rare DOUBLE-Sport, College Athletic Letter of Intent

Jimtown is blessed to have lots of kids that are multi-sport athletes.  One of the things that we boast is having coaches that are willing to see the big-picture in education-based athletics.  The added-value of having kids participate year round in athletic or other co-curricular activities far outweighs the busy schedules. With these thoughts in

FACT: Jimtown has a Weight Lifting Team… competition was last weekend.

Did you know that Jimtown kids have started a competitive weight lifting team? BOYS and GIRLS!! This team was started this year as a club.  This was a brain child of Jimtown graduate Brad Trosper who wanted to put together a contingent of Jimtown kids who might not be doing anything organized in athletics over

Jimtown’s Mark Kerrn named NIC “Coach of the Year” in Wrestling

Saturday, following Jimtown’s runner-up finish in the Northern Indiana Conference Wreslting championships, Jimtown’s Hall-of-fame head coach, Mark Kerrn was voted as NIC Coach of the Year by his fellow wrestling coaches.  The award is given to the coach as recognition for a standout coaching performance in the conference dual matches and tournament.   The Jimmie wrestlers

Jimmie Wrestlers finish 2nd in historic first NIC match

The Jimtown Jimmie wrestlers showed their stuff on Saturday, January 16th in the Northern Indiana Conference wrestling championships at Mishawaka High School. This meet was historic in nature as it represents the first time the newly expanded conference of 13 teams included Jimtown.  Jimtown, Bremen, New Prairie and John Glenn all participated this year for

Jimtown Boys B-Ball Falls to Mishawaka Cavemen in NIC Matchup

In an historic first-ever (that I am aware of) match-up between Jimtown and Mishawaka in boys basketball, the Jimmies came up a hair short at the end of the game.  The final score was 42 to 35 in favor of the Cavemen.  The two teams went back and forth with nobody holding more than a