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Bruins snag another one-goal win over Jays

Jefferson City’s Marcus Woodruff tries to make a move on Rock Bridge’s Jordan Reiske during Tuesday night’s game at the 179 Soccer Park.

Jefferson City’s Marcus Woodruff tries to make a move on Rock Bridge’s Jordan Reiske during Tuesday night’s game at the 179 Soccer Park. Photo by Stephen Brooks.

The Jefferson City Jays were trying to rewrite recent history.

Heading into Tuesday night’s Class 3 sectional contest against Rock Bridge, the Jays had lost four of their last six meetings with the Bruins. They were all one-goal decisions.

Now it’s five of their last seven. All by one goal.

“I was kind of hoping the ball might bounce our way a little bit, but it didn’t,” Jays coach Eddie Horn said after Rock Bridge edged Jefferson City 1-0 at the 179 Soccer Park. “It’s tough.”

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