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Varsity Girls Soccer Team Victorious Versus Randolph

  The varsity girls soccer team defeated Randolph on Thursday with a final score of 3-0. Goals were scored by Rachel Bradberry, Hannah Smid, and Ashley Dickinson. Rachel Bradberry also finished the night with two assists. The Jets improve to 3-0-1 in regular season play following a scoreless draw against Cullman on Monday, and 4-4-1

JC Volleyball 2016

Varsity:                                            JV: Angel Benson                                  Izzy Black Alyssa Klop                    

#7 Jets Week in Review

The #7 (7A) Jets had a great week, earning two wins versus #6 (7A) Huntsville High and #6 (4A-5A) Randolph School.  Here’s the recap: On Wednesday, the Jets traveled to Huntsville to take on the Panthers.  The Jets struck early with a goal by Will Grochowski only 48 seconds into the game.  The Jets continued

James Clemens High School Boys Junior Varsity Soccer beat Huntsville High School 1-0

Wednesday, March 2, 2016 5:00 PM James Clemens High School AWAY 1 Huntsville High School HOME 0 Game Recap James Clemens Jets Boys JV Remain Undefeated The JV boys traveled to Huntsville High to take on the Panthers Wednesday evening. The Jets were aggressive and controlled most of the first half, out-shooting the host Panthers

Jets’ Girls and Boys Sweep Early Bird Track Meet

On Saturday, February 27, James Clemens hosted the 2nd Annual Early Bird Battle Royal meet. Ten teams participated in the meet, including Bob Jones, Huntsville, Sparkman, Hazel Green, Randolph, Arab, Buckhorn, and Hartselle. The James Clemens Jets once again came out on top, sweeping both the girls’ first place trophy and the boys’ first place

Girls Soccer Faces Cullman Tonight

Both the JV and varsity girls soccer teams compete against Cullman this evening. JV takes to the field at 5:00 after several days without a contest. Varsity kicks off at 6:30 following two defeats in Auburn. Both matches will be held on Dublin 1 at Dublin Park in Madison. The varsity girls hope to rebound