Lady Jays looking for stability

Jefferson City’s Bailey Hall (right), shown battling Rock Bridge’s Laurie Frew for the ball during a game last week at the 179 Soccer Park, and the rest of the Lady Jays will compete in the Capital City Invitational today and Saturday.

Jefferson City’s Bailey Hall (right), shown battling Rock Bridge’s Laurie Frew for the ball during a game last week at the 179 Soccer Park, and the rest of the Lady Jays will compete in the Capital City Invitational today and Saturday. Photo by Kris Wilson.

It’s been a rollercoaster season thus far for the Jefferson City Lady Jays.

As they prepare for this weekend’s Capital City Invitational at the 179 Soccer Park, the Lady Jays would like for things to steady a little bit.

“We’ve been a little hit-and-miss,” Jefferson City coach Matt Stacey said. “But I don’t think our record necessarily shows how we’ve played. I don’t think we’ve been dominated in a game, it’s just a matter of cleaning up some of the little breakdowns that have cost us.”

Jefferson City (4-7) has had up to nine freshman on the ....

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