Baptist Health Care Celebrates Cancer Survivors PENSACOLA, Fla. (May 25, 2016) ‐ Baptist Cancer Institute is hosting “Art of Survivorship” a local Cancer Survivors Day celebration on Sun., June 5, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., at the Pensacola Yacht Club, 1897 Cypress St. This event provides an opportunity for our […]
@ Jay-In three quarters of action on Tuesday night, Northview beat Jay 34-0. The format consisted of the opening quarter being non-starters, then the 2nd- 4th quarters were starters. At the half, Northview was up 21-0. The Royals allowed only one offensive touchdown by the Chiefs in the 2nd half (the other was a returned […]
Central Setter Sara Smith Signs Scholarship Central setter Sara Smith capped a stand-out career for the Jaguar volleyball program last week by inking a letter of intent to play for Jefferson Davis Community College in the fall. Smith, a four-year varsity letterman. She was selected to represent her school in the Subway All-Star Game this […]
Melvin Kersey’s debut as the Royals’ new football coach begins tonight at Merle V. North Stadium. The Chiefs and Royals will square off in this year’s spring jamboree at 7:00pm. Last year, in the regular season, Northview won a defensive battle at Jay, 7-0. That win secured the second place in finish in the district […]
May 22 2016 | Posted in Jay
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An interesting and perhaps comical story is recorded in the Gospel of Mark chapter 14. Jesus is betrayed by Judas, Peter chops off a guard’s ear, Jesus submits to his captors, and all the disciples run away. However, one of the disciples wasn’t fast enough and the guards lay hold of him. “A […]
The annual JHS Basketball Camp will be held from June 6-9 at JHS. It will start at 8am and end at 10:30am. The camp is open to both boys and girls. Camp order forms can be filled out the day of or if you would rather, feel free to print them out prior to camp […]
On Tuesday night, Evelyn Jordan was awarded the Merle V North award at the JHS Sports Banquet. The award is given out to individuals who go above and beyond to assist and support Jay High School.
On Tuesday night, David West was honored for his years of service as “The Voice of the Royals” at the JHS Sports Banquet. David West, former teacher, volleyball, softball, and basketball coach at Jay called the JHS home football games every Friday night for 33 years.
May 18 2016 | Posted in Local
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Milton, Jay, and Pace will all be taking the fields very soon to complete the 2016 edition of spring football. Melvin Kersey will be leading the Royals for the first time and Kent Smith will be starting his tenure as head coach at Pace High School this Friday. This Friday, Jay will be having a […]
The Santa Rosa Education Foundation announced Kaylen Findley, a 7th-12th grade Agriculture teacher at Jay High School, as the 2016 Santa Rosa Rookie of the Year during their Rookie of the Year Reception Wednesday afternoon. She was selected from a field of 32 educators with three or less years of teaching experience who were […]