WAYNESVILLE — It was a record-setting night for the Jefferson City Jays.
The Jays soccer program recorded its 17th shutout Tuesday, defeating the Waynesville Tigers 6-0.
In addition to the shutout record, the win was the 21st this season for Jefferson City, a program single-season record. The Jays also finished the regular season with 95 goals, another single-season record.
Jefferson City scored five goals in the second half after leading 1-0 at intermission.
Jefferson City (21-2) opens postseason play Saturday in the Class 4 District 10 Tournament at Eddie Horn Field. The top-seeded Jays will face fourth-seeded Capital City at 10 a.m. in the first semifinal contest.
No. 2 Sedalia Smith-Cotton will take on third-seeded Helias in the other semifinal at noon.