Recap of Tuesday Night: Longhorns Lose Heartbreaker to #13 OCS 52-50

Written by JHS Senior, Isaac Foster The Jones Longhorns (1-5) faced the Oklahoma Christian School Saints (1-1) on Tuesday night in Jones. The Longhorns attempted to snap their losing streak with a win, while the Saints looked to bounce back from their loss to Silo. Both teams seeking to find a rhythm in their season … Continue reading Recap of Tuesday Night: Longhorns Lose Heartbreaker to #13 OCS 52-50

Bo(ston) Knows

In 1989 Bo Jackson introduced the world to the phrase “Bo Knows”. He was a star running back at Auburn and then in the NFL, while simultaneously playing in the MLB at a high level. Thus the well-known phrase “Bo knows” was born. Since then, it has been used in reference to athletes that excel … Continue reading Bo(ston) Knows

CHOIR, MUSICAL THEATER PARENTS AND COMMUNITY

Basically, I am writing this because I miss all of you.  Everyone has been dealing with COVID-19 in various ways and when it comes to Choir and singing, or Musical Theater and acting, we have not had many options.  There was a massive amount of research done since March 2020, from our national music and … Continue reading CHOIR, MUSICAL THEATER PARENTS AND COMMUNITY

Longhorns Crush the Ponies 48-8

Written by Nate Veirs, JHS Freshmen On Thursday night, the Jones Longhorns played away against the  Kellyville Ponies. The Longhorns had an incredible night after crushing the Ponies 48-8. Kellyville had been averaging 61 points a game, and previously had their lowest scoring game against Millwood. That game they lost 48-56. This puts the Ponies … Continue reading Longhorns Crush the Ponies 48-8