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A rocky start was answered with a solid finish for the Jamestown High School gymnastics team on Friday night. Hosting the West Region meet, the Blue Jays struggled on bars and beam, but bounced back on vault and floor to finish fourth overall with a score of 136.95. "Scoring was tough, but it was tough across the board for everybody," JHS coach Dave Tews said. Finishing fourth out of six might not sound like much, but taking fourth in the West likely means the Blue Jays will do so next week as well at the state meet in Minot. The Majettes piled up 148.6 points to win the team title at the
There has not been a conference track meet for the University of Jamestown to compete since the DAC fell apart four years ago. But today in Moorhead, conference competition returns for the Jimmes in the inaugural North Star Athletic Association Indoor Championships. There are just four teams -- Jamestown, Dickinson State, Valley City State and Dakota State --- but it's better than nothing. "This will be a new experience for all members of our team. No one on our team has competed in a scored meet in college," said UJ women's coach Jim Clark.
Jimmie women's basketball squad wins by 10.
Jimmie men's basketball squad rout Dakota State.
Jimmie indoor track continues action.
Early Jimmie softball action continues in Minnesota.
Jimmie men knocked off by Presentation College in men's basketball action.
UJ women's basketball squad wins on 3s at the Civic Center.
Jimmies softball opens the season on the road.
Jimmies qualify 14 for Women's Collegiate Wrestling Association College Nationals.