George Jenkins Boys Varsity Football

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Numerous Eagles in Tremendous 10; Zimmerman #2

Numerous GJ Eagles athletes were mentioned in The Ledger’s Tremendous 10 for the week of 9/12 – 9/19.  Here is what was posted in The Ledger: 2 George Jenkins senior Brady Zimmerman (boys cross country) ran 17:14.27 to win the boys race in the Wiregrass Ranch Run with the Bulls Invitational and led the Eagles to a third-place finish.

Jenkins turns away Ridge; is 4-0 for 1st time

By John Valerino Ledger correspondent LAKELAND — Earlier in the week, George Jenkins coach Chris Canning said his Eagles were approaching the “meat of our schedule.” After lopsided wins over Mulberry, Bartow and Lake Region, the Eagles faced their toughest opponent to date Friday night in Ridge Community in the Class 8A-District 7 opener. And

Six Eagles Sign to Play College Football

On Wednesday, six members of the George Jenkins football team signed to play college football.  Wide receiver Zac Tallent, safety Dez Flowers, linebacker Sam Gabriel and offensive lineman Sloan Cullifer all signed with Anderson University.  Anderson University is located in Anderson, Indiana and competes at the Division III level.  Defensive back Hector Rodriguez signed with

Domineck Named Large School Defensive Player of the Year

Jenkins’ senior defensive end Jordan Domineck added to his impressive resume this past week by being named the Large School Defensive Player of the Year by The Ledger.  Domineck, who is committed to South Florida, recorded 103 tackles – 51 solo – and sacked the quarterback 25 times this season.  He was constantly in the

Domineck, Monroe Invited to All-American Game

By Brady Fredericksen Posted Nov 29, 2017 at 10:29 PM Updated Nov 29, 2017 at 10:29 PM    LAKELAND —Jordan Domineck plans to play his college football close to home. The George Jenkins senior, one of the county’s top defensive players this past season, is verbally committed to the University of South Florida. Domineck helped lead the Eagles to six wins this year. It was the

George Jenkins Finishes Season Strong, Rolls to Senior Night Win

George Jenkins capped off one of its best seasons in recent memory on Friday night. The Eagles jumped out to a big lead and never looked back as they beat visiting Poinciana 43-0 at Veterans Stadium. With the win, Jenkins finishes the year at 6-4. It’s the most wins in a season since the team

Anna Sentner #1 in The Ledger Tremendous Ten

Two George Jenkins Eagles’ athletes were named to The Ledger Tremendous Ten for the week of October 18.  Girls Cross Country runner Anna Sentner came in at #1 and Football’s Ski McWilliams came in at #10.  Here is what was written in The Ledger: 1 George Jenkins sophomore Anna Sentner (cross country) moved closer to the Polk

Tired George Jenkins Blows out Tenoroc

By Mike Akins Ledger correspondent Posted Oct 20, 2017 at 10:55 PM Updated Oct 20, 2017 at 10:55 PM George Jenkins finished its gauntlet stretch of three games in eight days with a 45-6 victory over Tenoroc in front of 4,400 fans at Veterans Stadium on Friday. LAKELAND — George Jenkins finished its gauntlet stretch

Super 16: George Jenkins’ Jordan Domineck carries sugary supplements

By Bill Kemp LAKELAND – That shaking sound coming from Jordan Domineck is just a box of candy. George Jenkins’ 6-foot-3, 215-pound defensive end/wide receiver brings a box of “Mike and Ike” candy wherever he goes, which includes the football field. “I am in love with Mike and Ike’s the candy. I have loved Mike and

Buddy Thomas Golf Tournament

George Jenkins High School will be holding a golf tournament on Saturday, July 15 at 1PM to celebrate Principal Buddy Thomas. The tournament will take place at Cleveland Heights Golf Club. This tournament is being held to celebrate Mr. Thomas’s beginning of his last year as Principal at George Jenkins High School. Mr. Thomas wanted