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College basketball preview

Avery Dugan, staff writer

November 8, 2016

As the college basketball season's opening day is Friday, there will be a lot of good games on television. Twenty out of the top twenty-five teams play Friday night; some teams will be playing each other. The top games to wat...

JHS volleyball makes a post-season run

Olivia Lee, staff writer

November 7, 2016

Despite struggling through the majority of their regular season, the Jacksonville Crimson volleyball team reached a climax in their performance after they competed in their regional-semifinals at Jerseyville where the 7th seed ...

Week 11: SEC race

Avery Dugan, Staff Writer

November 7, 2016

As the Southeastern Conference football teams go into week 11 of their 14-week season, the top runners of the conference are Alabama and Florida. Both teams have looked solid up to this point in the season. The Florida Gato...

Kaufmann’s successful state run

Ryan Kaufmann, Staff Writer

October 21, 2016

Senior Ryan Kaufmann said goodbye to his high school golf career this past weekend at the class 2A IHSA State Finals at Weibring Golf Club at Illinois State University. Kaufmann shot scores of 77 and 78 at the two-day tournament...

The Boys of the SEC

Avery Dugan, Staff Writer

October 21, 2016

As the college football season is now half way over, the favorite to win the National Championship sits in the best conference in college football. The SEC’s (Southeastern Conference) own Alabama Roll Tide are projected to win ...

JHS swims toward a cure

Madison Reynolds, Staff Writer

October 20, 2016

On October 11, 2016, the Jacksonville High School swim team held their annual Breast Cancer Awareness meet against Routt Catholic High School.  The meet was held at Illinois College, where both teams came together and presented...

Girls swim team: Diving into the season

Abby Scribner, Staff writer

October 17, 2016

The girl’s swim season started with a “splash” on August 15.  With the help of their swim coach, Sam Black, the girls having been working hard at practice to beat their times at swim meets. The season for girls’ swim...

Crimsons derail the Railsplitters at Homecoming

Kameron Chappell, staff writer

October 6, 2016

Last Friday the Jacksonville Crimsons celebrated their Homecoming with a runaway win against the Lincoln Railsplitters who are in their last year of playing in the CS8 conference. During this game, receiver James White broke the...

Third Take- MiLB Star?

Avery Dugan, Staff Writer

October 4, 2016

On August 30, 2016, my phone was blowing up with ESPN and CBS Sports notifications about Tim Tebow’s plans to try out for a professional baseball team. As I sat in my chair after a long day watching Twitter go crazy about Tim Tebo...

JHS swim takes a new wave

Madison Reynolds, Staff Writer

October 3, 2016

JHS swim is not well known unless you know someone associated with the team. Without a lot of people knowing about the team, it usually does not have that many swimmers. This year, however, the team has about 20 girls! That is...

Second Take: Is Jay Cutler the worst QB in the NFL?

Joe Hall, Guest Writer

September 28, 2016

Over the past two years that I’ve been affiliated with the Crimson J, I wrote articles involving the Chicago Bears starting quarterback Jay Cutler and whether or not he is an elite QB or just another scrub. For the past two years, I’ve defe...

Undercover nerds starring on the field and the stage

Kameron Chappell, staff writer

September 27, 2016

When you think of a football player, you picture meat-head jocks with little interest in anything that doesn’t involve sports. When you think of a high-school actor, you picture the kids who run from their football playing counterparts...

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