Jays hope to use lessons learned against Park Hill

It’s not usually a good thing for a team to be exposed on defense.

Rock Bridge scored touchdowns on two long drives in the fourth quarter of last Friday’s game against the Jays, exposing Jefferson City’s secondary at times.

But as the third-ranked Jays (4-0) prepare for Friday’s game at Park Hill (Kansas City), they are using the fourth quarter against Rock Bridge as a learning experience to continue to improve as a team.

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