Jackson County Girls Varsity Basketball

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Panthers Take On Hart County, A State-Ranked Team

    The Panthers now have a 4 game losing streak against East Jackson, North Oconee, Jefferson, and now Johnson. Last night, the Panthers lost to the Johnson Knights 51-62. Throughout the game, sophomore, Kalib Clinton, put up 13 points and senior, Cam Shaw, put up 20 points with layups and a couple three pointers. At

Panthers Vs. Lions (12/14/18)

After the game against Commerce, and the Varsity girls making a very close comeback, the Lady Panthers are hopeful going into the game tonight against the Franklin Lions to get a region win. Throughout the season, the Lady Panthers are hoping to get closer as a team. However, something that juniors, Carson Anderson and Sydney

Panthers Vs. Patriots

Tonight, come out to Oglethorpe County High School to see the Panthers face the Oglethorpe Patriots. JV Boys will tip off at 4:30pm, Varsity Girls will tip off at 6pm, and Varsity Boys will tip off at 7:30pm.

(11/13) Lady Panthers Recap (Vs. Oglethorpe)

Freshman, Kennedy Harris, fights for the ball on the court with an Oglethorpe player. The Lady Panthers crushed Oglethorpe 57-14 in their season opener last night. The Lady Panthers will host games on Friday & Saturday in their Annual Bankers Classic Tournament.

(11/13) Lady Panthers Season Opener (Vs. Oglethorpe)

The Varsity Girls Basketball Team is making progress with new players and new coaches coming on the team. Joe Lancaster, former assistant principal at Jackson County High School, came on this year as an assistant coach for the team. Senior (Point Guard), Kaitlyn English, has returned to the team to play for her senior year.

Boys and Girls Hoops Advance to Banker’s Classic Championship

Both the Jackson County Panthers boys and girls teams advanced to the finals of the second annual Bankers Classic Tournament at Jackson County High School. The girls beat Bethlehem Christian Academy 49 to 21.  They will face Loganville High School at 6 p.m. tonight at Panther Indoor Stadium. The boys had four players in double