One week she’s auditioning for the school play, the next week she’s diving headfirst off the diving board. Sophomore Disney Mullins is a busy girl with many interests, which can sometimes be rough, especially on a high schooler. Even with the stress it may come with, she manages to make things work in her favor. … Continue reading Disney Mullins Dabbles in Diving and Drama
BOYS After an impressive runner-up finish at sectionals last year, the Jeffersonville High School Boys swim team lost 5 varsity seniors. This year the team is low on numbers, but head coach Michael Pepa says the team is doing “better than I thought." With the smaller team, they have had to make some changes, such … Continue reading Boys/Girls Swimming and Diving
Senior Caroline Elliott has been swimming competitively since she was six years old, but the 2017-18 season may be her final one. Although she has received offers to swim in college, she is still weighing her options. For now, she will continue to perform for the Red Devils, and serve as a role model for … Continue reading Athlete Spotlight: Caroline Elliott
Emma Ellis' multimedia project on the boys and girls swim team during their run at Sectional.
by: Haylee Hedrick and Adrian Blair Michael Jordan, Elvis Presley, Gene Kelly, Tom Brady and Albert Einstein are looked at as superior for dominating within their field. They showcase power and influence over others -- otherwise known as dominance. The JHS boys and girls swim teams have been dominating within the Hoosier Hills for years, … Continue reading Record-Drowning Red Devils
Photos by Phillip Steinmetz Jeffersonville edges Floyd Central 465-464 after winning 400 yard medley relay to clinch the Sectional championship. The Red Devils finish with 24 best times, five events won, three school records, two meet records and two pool records.
Photos from the Jeffersonville Invitational swim meet, which took place during Winter Break.
Story by Haylee Hedrick It is a place that has seen a visit from U.S. Olympian Ryan Lochte, a swimmer that has racked up 12 total medals in his three Summer Games. It has helped train Ben Hesen, a 2004 JHS graduate, to become an NCAA champion and three-time All-American. Now, the Jeffersonville High School … Continue reading Out with the Old; Now, Worthy of the Gold