The Jefferson High School AFJROTC drill teams defended their state championship by dominating the competition Saturday at Mundy’s Mill.
After winning every meet in which they competed this year, the Dragons were favored to repeat as state champions — and did so in convincing fashion.
Jefferson finished first in six of the eight categories and second in the other two, leading to the unarmed and armed division championships. The Dragons also won six of the eight Outstanding Commander Trophies.
In the unarmed division, the Dragons won their first state championship in unarmed exhibition drill.
For the full story, see the Feb. 25th issue of The Jackson Herald.