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Name: Jack Jett

Grade: Senior

Height: 6'4"

Weight: 205 lbs.

Positions: Going to Old Dominion University to pitch

High School Team: Northumberland Indians varsity baseball team

Awards: All-State Second Baseman, All-Region Second Baseman, All-Conference Second Baseman, Second Team All-Conference First Baseman, 2014 Virginia High School League 1A state championship junior year, won Triple Crown national championship in Richmond sophomore year

Also considered: Virginia Military Institute, Virginia Commonwealth University, Radford University

Major: Undecided, but looking into sports management

Northumberland High School’s Jack Jett commits to Old Dominion University in Norfolk

Posted on November 25, 2014 at 6:51 pm

On November 19, Northumberland High School senior Jack Jett signed his National Letter of Intent to play baseball and attend classes at Old Dominion University next fall. In committing to ODU, Jett said he wanted to pick a university with a great baseball program; he felt that the up-and-coming ODU can help him go far in progressing his game. “I really liked the coaches, I really seemed to click with the

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  • Northern Neck trio bring home All-State medals

    Posted on November 19, 2014 at 10:04 am

    Rain Eguiguren and Sarah Schindler of Northumberland High School with Coach Eddie Barnes.

    Three Northern Neck girls earned All-State medals the VHSL State Championship at Great Meadows Park, last Friday.  Mary Frere from Lancaster High School finished 7th place overall with a time of 21:14.  Sarah Schindler and Rain Eguiguren from Northumberland High School finished in 8th and 12th place, with times of 21:16 and 21:33, respectively.   Congratulations to these young ladies in succeeding in one of the highest individual cross country events

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  • No. 11 Northumberland football loses to No. 6 Parry McCluer 48-12

    Posted on November 14, 2014 at 10:36 pm

    The varsity team was unable to win their Homecoming game.

    The Northumberland varsity football team traveled to Parry McCluer and aimed to put up a fight for the victory. They kept the game close in the first quarter, but Parry McCluer ran away with the lead in the second, putting up 27 points to 0. The clock was run down in the second half with Northumberland picking up one more score in the third quarter. What’s next: Parry McCluer will travel

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