Junction City Boys Varsity Tennis

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2018 Fall Sports meeting and New Online registration information

Beginning with the 2018-19 school year, all Parents/Guardians of Student-Athletes in USD 475 will register their students for sports online through “Register My Athlete”.  The link to register an athlete is on main page  -top right corner of www.bluejayathletics.org  Detailed instructions for process are below. Please use Chrome/Firefox browser when completing online registration process. Parent_Guardian Instructions – Student-Athlete

Blue Jay Tennis Qualifies One for State

Blue Jay tennis player Mason Richards earned a second straight trip to the 6A State Tennis tournament by finishing 6th place in the Wichita Southeast Regional. Last year, Richards qualified as a doubles player, but this year he battled through the singles bracket to qualify. In the first round, he defeated Turner Seals from Washburn

Blue Jay Tennis Team Centennial League Results

The Blue Jay tennis team competed in the Centennial Varsity League tournament on Monday. Mason Richards led the team with a 9th place finish in singles going 3-2 on the day. The other singles player representing the Blue Jays was Luke Craft. He finished out the day winning his last two matches going 2-4 on

Blue Jay Tennis Hosts Quadrangular

Junction City High School hosted a varsity quadrangular on Friday afternoon. The Blue Jay tennis team competed against Lawrence Free State, Manhattan and Topeka High. In the first round, the Blue Jays defeated Lawrence Free State in all four matches. The highlight came from the number one doubles spot where Mason Richards and Luke Craft

Blue Jay Doubles Teams Have a Strong Day in Salina

The Blue Jay tennis doubles teams picked up multiple wins on Thursday in the Mustang Tennis Classic hosted by Salina Central.   All players competed in the same pool of 16 entries. Mason Richards and Luke Craft finished the highest of the two doubles teams by winning their first round and picking up another victory in

Westerhaus Places 2nd at Topeka High Invite

The Blue Jay tennis team traveled to Topeka on Monday for the Topeka High Invitational. Kody Westerhaus led the Blue Jays by earning a runner up finish in the second singles flight. He went 4-1 on the day losing only in the championship match. All other Blue Jay tennis players went 2-3 on the day.  

Blue Jay Tennis Continues Early Season Success

The Blue Jay tennis team continued its early season success at the Topeka Seaman Invite. Seven teams competed in the tournament in Topeka and all Blue Jay players finished in the top three of their bracket. Aaron Reutzel was the lone champion for the Blue Jays as he won the number two singles bracket going

Blue Jay Tennis Finishes 2nd in Manhattan

The Junction City boys tennis team traveled to Manhattan for a quadrangular against Manhattan, Marysville and Highland Park. The Blue Jays had a successful day as they finished as 2nd overall as a team. Jace Goheen, Nolan Rothfuss and Aaron Reutzel all won two matches on the day. In the first round against Marysville the

Blue Jay Tennis Finds Winning Ways in Topeka

  The Blue Jay varsity tennis team played Thursday afternoon in the rescheduled Highland Park Quadrangular. Teams competing in the event were Shawnee Heights, Highland Park and Topeka West. The Blue Jay tennis team saw a lot of success on the day as they won 11 of the 12 matches. In the first round against

Blue Jay Tennis Team Finishes 7th at Centennial League Tournament

The Blue Jay Tennis competed in the Centennial League Tournament at Topeka Kossover on Monday.   Guido Greco and Mason Richards teamed up in doubles to be the highest place finisher for the Blue Jays, as they earned 8th place going 3-3 on the day.   Jordan Bailey finished right behind them by going 4-2 in singles