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Blue Jays host Indians this Friday

Cheer on your Blue Jays football team this Friday! We host the Manhattan Indians at 7:00 PM. Skip the line and get your tickets online now by clicking on the following link:

Blue Jays roll past Highland Park 55-0

The Junction City Blue Jays scored on a one-yard touchdown run by Devin Sharpsteen on their opening series of the game and then moved on to a 55-0 victory over the Highland Park Scots in Topeka Friday night. Junction City got a 41-yard rushing touchdown from Rooster Adams, a 6-yard rushing touchdown by Russell Wilkey,

Junction City vs. Manhattan Football game selected for Great American Rivalry Series

Each fall for over a century, high school football has been the centerpiece for families and communities on Friday night. In 2004, iHigh, Inc. created the Great American Rivalry Series to celebrate this uniquely American sport and the cultural phenomenon of “Friday Night in America.” The Series shines the spotlight on top high school football

All Teams Schedule: Week of Oct 01 – Oct 07

Oct 01 Girls Varsity Tennis at Emporia High School, Hayden High School, Manhattan High School, Seaman High School, Topeka High School, Topeka West High School, Washburn Rural High School League @ Topeka-Kossover Tennis Facility 8:30 am | Topeka-Kossover Tennis Facility Oct 01 Boys Freshman Football at Maize South Maize South 4:15 pm   Oct 01

Runners Continue to Improve at Bob Schmoekel Invite

The Junction City High School cross country team hosted the First Bob Schmoekel Invitational at Milford State Park on Saturday.  The meet was named after the longtime Blue Jays cross country and track & field, coach. The meet featured unseasonably cool weather with off and on rain throughout the meet.  With the uncommon weather for

Lady Jays Tennis Finish Strong in Topeka West Invite

The Lady Jay Tennis Team traveled to Topeka on Tuesday for the Topeka West Tennis Invitational. The Lady Jays started out slow, but came on strong in the end winning their last five matches on the day. Leading the charge were Abby Rosauer and Avery Jacobsen in the second doubles flight. They lost their first

Dig Pink Volleyball game Oct. 2

Lady Jay Volleyball has partnered with in order to raise money to donate to Breast Cancer research. Our goal is to raise and donate $500 through this Dig Pink campaign. You can help us reach our goal at: We have Dig pink shirts available for $15 that will help us raise money also. You

Blue Jays fall to Topeka High 56-28

Article provided by Dewey Terrill (KJCK and the JCPOST) Junction City ( 2-2 ) moved the ball well in the first half against an extremely talented Topeka High Trojan and had a chance to go in ahead at the halftime break, but mistakes in the form of penalties and fumbles proved costly. The Trojans (