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Jays drop 2-1 decision to Rockhurst

Jefferson City’s Mason Vonderhaar (right) steps in to take possession of the ball off the foot of Rockhurst’s Kyle McLagan in the second half of Wednesday’s matchup at the 179 Soccer Park.

Jefferson City’s Mason Vonderhaar (right) steps in to take possession of the ball off the foot of Rockhurst’s Kyle McLagan in the second half of Wednesday’s matchup at the 179 Soccer Park. Photo by Kris Wilson.

The soccer postseason starts next week.

A coach would like to have his team set to make a potential deep playoff run. But Jefferson City Jays coach Eddie Horn isn’t sure what to expect from his squad.

“We just don’t know what we’re going to get, moment to moment, play to play,” Horn said after Jefferson City’s 2-1 loss Wednesday to Rockhurst at the 179 Soccer Park.

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