A Fond Farewell

After many years of hard work and dedication, senior Ailish McDevitt will continue her track career in college. “I wanted to continue running track so I could better manage my time and because of my love for the sport,” said senior captain Ailish McDevitt. She first joined the track team in seventh grade at the modified sports level. Originally, she wanted to get involved with track because she enjoyed running and sports in general, but she continued it because of the friendships she made with the people on her team.


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Racqueting Up Accomplishments

The Jamesville-DeWitt High School Boys Varsity Tennis team has served up losses to their opponents in their undefeated season. The team continued their success as they won sectionals. Five players went to state qualifiers where three players won and advanced to the state tournament.



J-DHS Students Participate in Special Olympics

Every spring schools from all around Central New York gather together for students with special needs to compete in the Special Olympics. The Special Olympics provides a place for students with learning disabilities to go and compete in various track and field events. But more importantly, it’s an opportunity for students to go and have a good time.