James Clemens Boys Varsity Baseball

  • Overall Record: 1 - 0
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Reece Throws No-No

Senior pitcher Jackson Reece no-hit Class 5A second ranked Etowah on Friday, March 15th. Reece struck out 1o in a 13-0 victory for the Jets. Etowah had only one base runner due to an error. Reece previously held Thompson and Huntsville in his previous two outings. The Jets are 13-5 overall for the season.   Read

James Clemens Welcomes Swim, Baseball, Softball Coaches

James Clemens started the school year with three newly named head coaches. Molly Waddell takes over the James Clemens swim and dive teams serving as head coach for both the boys and girls teams. Waddell most recently served as the head coach at the Greystone YMCA in Birmingham. Waddell swam on the Birmingham Southern College

Baseball 2019 Rosters and Info

The James Clemens 2018-19 baseball rosters can be found here hhttps://www.screencast.com/t/nz2eZGrT or in the image below. The post tryout parent meeting has been re-scheduled to Sunday, June 3 at 4PM at the JC baseball field. Go Jets!

Jets set school record for wins

The 2018 varsity Jets baseball team made it to the state quarterfinals and were eliminated by a very strong Hewitt-Trussville team, who made it to the state finals. It was a great year for Coach Cory Hamrick’s Jets, as they set a school record for wins, going 26-17 with one tie. The previous high mark

Jets Topple Mountain Brook, Travel in Round 2

Jets sweep Mountain Brook, advance to state quarterfinals… On a beautiful Friday night at a beautiful field at Mountain Brook, the James Clemens Jets won both ends of their first-round double-header, 9-5 and 5-2. The first game was tied 1-1 in the top of the third with two outs when Jackson Taylor lined a 3-1

Jets Pound Bob Jones, Make Playoffs!

On Friday night, the JCHS Jets rode strong pitching and a potent offense to a 9-0 thrashing of rival Bob Jones, earning the area 8 runner-up spot for the state playoffs. Jackson Reece came through huge for the Jets, going the distance, allowing only 4 hits and 1 walk while striking out 9.  He faced

Jets Win 7 of 8 Over Break

The James Clemens varsity baseball team started spring break with a trip to Fort Walton Beach, Florida and ended it in Chattanooga, TN. Along the way were two stops in Jemison and Birmingham where the Jets played at historic Rickwood Field. Overall, the Jets went 5-1-1 over the break. Below are game summaries courtesy of https://www.facebook.com/JamesClemensHighSchoolBaseball/

Jets Varsity splits twin-bill with Hoover

On Monday night Feb. 26 in Hoover, the Jets Varsity split a pair with defending 7A state champion Hoover, winning the opener 3-2 and dropping the nightcap 9-7. In the first game, JC took a 3-0 lead in the 2nd inning on singles by Zach Hopkins and Laken Lansdell, followed by run-scoring hits by Dylan

James Clemens Signs 4 to LOI

James Clemens signed four senior student athletes to national letters of intent on Wednesday 2/7. These four join 14 student athletes that signed in the fall to play collegiate athletics. The signees from 2/7 are: Rachel Bradberry Girls Soccer Austin Peay State University Striker / Forward Devon Atkinson Football Tennessee Valley Prep Running back Jacob

Eight Jets Sign College Letters of Intent

Eight James Clemens Jets signed letters of intent to play collegiate athletics on Tuesday in the main gym. The athletes represented the James Clemens’ cross country, volleyball, girl’s basketball, softball (2 athletes) and baseball (3 athletes) programs. Following is a brief breakdown of the athletes and their background. Samantha Burns signed to run cross country and