Lady Jays regrouping after loss to Bruins

Jefferson City’s Brianna Lock (20) and Rock Bridge’s Katrina Fox fight for the ball as Bruins goalkeeper Madison Boyken smothers it during the first half of Tuesday’s game at the 179 Soccer Park.

Jefferson City’s Brianna Lock (20) and Rock Bridge’s Katrina Fox fight for the ball as Bruins goalkeeper Madison Boyken smothers it during the first half of Tuesday’s game at the 179 Soccer Park. Photo by Kris Wilson.

The Jefferson City Lady Jays may be down. But with more than a month left in the regular season, they’re not out.

“We’re staying optimistic,” Jefferson City coach Matt Stacey said after Tuesday night’s 3-1 loss to the Rock Bridge Bruins at 179 Soccer Park. “I think good things can still happen.”

But for those things to happen, the Lady Jays have some work to do on the defensive end, as the Bruins scored on their first three shots on goal.

“We gave up too many soft goals,” Stacey said.

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