Jones County Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 8 - 2
  • Conference Record: 5 - 2

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Football Travels to Bainbridge

The JCHS Football team will hit the road this Friday night to open the GHSA State Playoffs.  The 8 – 2 Hounds will travel to Baindridge for the first round game.

Football Crushes Ola

The JCHS Greyhounds defeated Ola 42-3 Friday night to up their record to 8 – 1 and set up a huge showdown with Stockbridge this Friday in Gray.  It will also be Senior Night for the Greyhounds.  The winner of this game will host the first round of the state playoffs.

Hounds Stay Undefeated

Jones County moved to 4-0 and opened up the region schedule with a 55 – 7 victory over Union Grove.  They will be back in action on Friday at Woodland.

Greyhounds Down Northside

Jones County defeated Northside 35 – 27 Friday night to move to 3 – 0 on the season.  The Hounds will be at home this Friday to host Union Grove at 7:30

Hounds Go To 2-0

Jones County Football improved to 2-0 on the season by Beating Baldwin 41 – 17.  The Hounds will travel to Warner Robins this Friday to take on Northside

Hounds Win Opener

Jones County Football went on the road last night and defeated Howard 34 – 28 in the season opener.  It was a tremendous game and a great test for the Hounds.  The Hounds will be back in action next Friday for their home opener against Baldwin.

Veal Signs Football Scholarship

Christian Veal has signed a football scholarship with New Mexico Military Institute.  We are proud of him and excited for him and his family for this dream to come true.  Thank you Christian for all you have done for JCHS.

Hunt Signs Football Scholarship

Dayton Hunt has signed a football scholarship with Mount Joseph University.  The Wide Receiver will be travelling to Ohio to further his academic and athletic career.  We wish him the best and thank him for all he has done.

JCHS Signing Day

Congratulations to 6 fine young JCHS men who signed Letters of Intent today to further their education and football careers.We are proud of you and we thank you for what you have done for JCHS. Teldrick Ross – Middle Tennessee State University Antonio Evans – Miles College Quay Betha – Lane College Cameron Snead –

Hounds Fall Just Short

Jones County fell just short Friday night of advancing to the State Semifinals.  They dropped a hard fought game to Carver by a score of 26 – 21.  The Hounds fought threw many injuries to almost pull out a victory.  We are so proud of our team and the character they showed.  What a great