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Jefferson City Activities & Athletics

Providing student-participants with essential skills and lessons necessary to make them successful in life, while keeping academics and citizenship as our highest priorities.

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Jefferson City Activities & Athletics

Providing student-participants with essential skills and lessons necessary to make them successful in life, while keeping academics and citizenship as our highest priorities.

Jefferson City Activities & Athletics

Providing student-participants with essential skills and lessons necessary to make them successful in life, while keeping academics and citizenship as our highest priorities.

Team News.

Team News

2 years ago @ 3:08PM

Seniors with Jasper the Jaybird (aka Sarah Luebbert)

Team News

2 years ago @ 3:07PM

Senior Natalie Vance

Parent’s Names:  Daisy & Dan Vance

How old were you when you started playing soccer:  Three years old

Post High School Plans:  Going to Southeast Missouri University and majoring in Nursing.

Words of Wisdom for Underclassmen:  To have fun and never laugh at Tayler LePage’s jokes because then she will keep doing them over and over and never stop.

Person that inspires you:  Megan Foster because she plays goalie and that’s really hard.

Favorite High School Soccer Memory:  Going to Final Four sophomore year.

Describe yourself in one word:  Spunky

What is your pre-game ritual: Dancing with Tayler LePage.

Team News

2 years ago @ 3:05PM

Senior Katie Tambke

Parent’s Names:  Jenenne & Greg Tambke

How old were you when you started playing soccer:  4 years old

Post High School Plans:   Play 4 more years of soccer at Columbia College, study nursing, and continue my search for a surgeon husband. 

Words of Wisdom for Underclassmen: Have fun, this is the best team in JC to be on.  Make the most of these four years & leave it all on the field.  Laugh a lot, give Coach Guinn a hard time, and don’t forget your shin guards!

Person that inspires you:  My parents, they are both extremely loving, well-respected, successful people.  They are my heroes and I’m thankful to be able to look up to them day in and day out.  

Favorite High School Soccer Memory:  Beating Nixa 4-0 on their home field to send us to the Final Four for the first time in school history.  The feeling is indescribable!

Describe yourself in one word: Sassy

What is your pre-game ritual:  Either sleeping or dancing around the locker room and being goofy with my teammates.

Team News

2 years ago @ 3:03PM

Senior Tayler LePage

Parent’s Names:  Shelly & Ted LePage

How old were you when you started playing soccer:  4 years old

Post High School Plans:  I plan on attending Missouri Southern State University in Joplin and will play soccer and major in Special Education.

Words of Wisdom for Underclassmen:  Make sure you love every second of being a Jaybird, because in a blink of an eye you will be a Senior.

Person that inspires you:  My grandma, Gert LePage, she is so head strong and tough.  She is a great lady!

Favorite High School Soccer Memory:  Serious:  Scoring the winning goal in the State Championship 3rd place game.  Funny:  Beating Nat in a wrestling match and slamming her into the ground.

Describe yourself in one word: Energetic

What is your pre-game ritual:  I play the song “Planes” at least 4 times.

Team News

2 years ago @ 3:01PM

Senior Grace Haarmann

Parent’s Names:  Kay & Don Haarmann

How old were you when you started playing soccer:  4 years old

Post High School Plans:  I plan on attending Truman State University and majoring in Biology with future plans to attend medical school to become a Pediatrician.

Words of Wisdom for Underclassmen:  Enjoy the moments – it goes by fast!

Person that inspires you:  My mom because she is always pushing me to do my best.

Favorite High School Soccer Memory:  Scoring the winning goal against RockBridge during double overtime.  Also, going to the Final Four in 2014.

Describe yourself in one word: Dedicated.

What is your pre-game ritual:  Eating a peanut butter & jelly sandwich on my Grandma’s homemade bread.

Team News

2 years ago @ 2:59PM

Senior Megan Foster

Parent’s Names:  Kay & Russ Foster

How old were you when you started playing soccer:  5 years old

Post High School Plans:  Lindenwood University majoring in Chemistry and playing basketball.

Advice for Underclassmen:  Looking back after four high school seasons, you will not remember every practice or game, but you will remember the people.  So, get to know everyone and have fun so you can look back and remember the unforgettable bonds and memories.

Person that inspires you:  Both of my parents because their constant support and love as taught me to be the best version of myself in every situation.

Favorite High School Soccer Memory:  Going to the Final 4 and doing diving headers into the rain and mud at practice.

Describe yourself in one word:  Dependable.

What is your pre-game ritual?  Listening to Tayler LePage’s many different voices during the national anthem.

Team News

2 years ago @ 2:56PM

Senior Duda Penna

Host Parent’s Names:  Joan Kramer (1st), Tammy and Kyle Bopp (2nd), and Stephanie and Jeff Buker (3rd)

  How old were you when you started playing soccer:  7 years old

  Post High School Plans: Going to University to study international relations.

  Advice for Underclassmen:  “Live the life you love, and Love the life you live.”

  Person that inspires you:  Both of my parents because their constant support and love as taught me to   be   the best version of myself in every situation.

  Favorite High School Soccer Memory:  Bus trip to Springfield.

  Describe yourself in one word:  Genuine.

  What is your pre-game ritual?  Listen to music. 

 

Team News

2 years ago @ 2:13PM

Lady Jays Soccer Characteristics and Expectations

  • Player shows excellent citizenship in the classroom
  • Player shows exceptional character while at school
  • Sportsmanship is a requirement and must be consistently demonstrated, this applies to all elements of our season (practice, games, trips, etc)
  • Cooperation with the coaching staff is evident, and they are treated with respect.  Being coachable is never a dilemma
  • Player has a clear understanding of their role on the team, and clearly accepts their role on the team
  • Makes sacrifices and decisions geared towards one goal; the betterment of the team and a positive attitude is rendered in all situations
  • Players gives an undistracted effort in order to improve each day
  • Respect for the game is persistentally on display, and
  • Play is in match condition for the duration of the season.


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