Primed for a run, Jays clearing early hurdles

Paul McMahon of the Jays heads for the basket while teammate Billy Brehe blocks out during Wednesday’s game against Marquette at Fleming Fieldhouse.

Paul McMahon of the Jays heads for the basket while teammate Billy Brehe blocks out during Wednesday’s game against Marquette at Fleming Fieldhouse. Photo by Stephen Brooks.

Two early season concerns have gone by the wayside, and now the Jefferson City Jays are in a great position for the start of the Mike Kehoe Great 8 Classic.

When the Jays kicked off their schedule, they were battling an injury bug and trying to get the players to mesh with some were coming from fall sports.

Read additional details in our newspaper or e-Edition. Newspaper subscribers: Click on an e-Edition article and log in using your current account information at no extra charge. For e-edition help, e-mail circ@newstribune.com. Click here to purchase the full version of archived articles.

The Jays went 2-3 in the stretch, and now it’s full speed ahead. And being in shape could be a key for the Classic, as the Jays will play three games in three days.

Comments

Use the comment form below to begin a discussion about this content.

Please review our Policies and Procedures before registering or commenting

News Tribune - comments