Jays open soccer districts today

Jefferson City forward Marcus Woodruff fires a shot on goal around a pair of Rockhurst defenders in the first half of Wednesday’s matchup at 179 Soccer Park.

Jefferson City forward Marcus Woodruff fires a shot on goal around a pair of Rockhurst defenders in the first half of Wednesday’s matchup at 179 Soccer Park. Photo by Kris Wilson.

Practice can often turn into a tedious process as the season winds down.

But for the Jefferson City Jays, having nearly a week since wrapping up the regular season has been a blessing.

“It’s helped us a lot,” Jays soccer coach Eddie Horn said as Jefferson City prepared for today’s Class 3 District 10 opener against Lebanon at the 179 Soccer Park. “We’ve been able to work on our fitness, get back to the ....

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