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Weekly Update: January 9-14, 2022

By Athletic Department 01/16/2023, 11:00am EST

Spring Sports Reminder

Tryouts are coming up.  If you are interested in participating in a spring sport - make sure your eligibility is submitted and you are CLEARED.  

How to know if you are cleared?
Log in to Athletic Clearance
Next to your name is a list of sports you have a clearance for.
All the way to the right it will say "CLEARED, Pending, In Progress or Denied".  If it says anything besides CLEARED, complete the missing items and submit.


Men's Basketball:  Hosting three games last week, Varsity went 3-0 defeating, Lake Worth Christian, Highlands Christian and Park Vista.  

Women's Basketball:  Going 2-1 last week, the Lady Eagles defeated Lake Worth Christian and Pine School.   

Men's Soccer:  Tuesday, they celebrated a 4-2 win over Boca Raton Christian.  At half time we recognized our 5 seniors:  Mateo Fiz, Jace Gardner, Kaiden Mirabal, Lukas Peterman and Hunter Wilkinson.  

Women's Soccer:  Varsity went 2-0 last week defeating Boca Raton Christian and Glades Day.  This week will be celebrating Senior Night on Thursday during halftime of their 4pm game vs John Carroll.  
MS - Girl's MS Soccer wrapped up their season on Monday with a home win against Franklin Academy!  Finishing the season 7-1, we look forward to watching these ladies continue to grow and develop as Eagles over the coming years.  

Men's Wrestling:  Eagle Wrestling competed on Saturday in Rumble at the Ridge at Seminole Ridge High School.  Showing improvement and growth, a few of the wrestlers came within 1 match of medaling in the tournament and others received their first wins of the season.

For this week's Contest Schedule - go here.  

**See below for the update to the FCA rooms used for Middle School on Mondays**


Reminder:  If you are planning on playing a Spring Sport, your eligibility needs to be uploaded to Athletic Clearance before participation.  Check the Tryouts page for the most up-to-date information.  **Changes were made to Baseball**


FCA Huddles:  JCS Alum and FCA Rep, Sarah Narbone (c/o 2017), lead a time of fellowship and devotions with our Middle School and High School student-athletes.  Sarah and other FCA Reps will be meeting each Monday this year.  If you haven't already come to one, make plans to join us at the next one.

Beginning in January, there will be a change for the Middle School Huddles.  We have outgrown 1 room and have expanded to two: 

5th and 6th - Room 208
7th and 8th - Room 210
High School - Room 22  

All home athletic contests and many of our away contests will have cash-less gates.  Please be prepared to purchase your tickets before arriving to the game.  For JCS home games, purchase an Eagle Fan Club annual pass and simplify your game tickets.   If an opponent is using an online ticket - we will share that information on our Instagram the day of the game!  

If you aren't already - please make sure you are following us on Instagram:  @jcs_eaglesathletics.  Receive game notifications, score updates and news!

Download the SportsEngine app and favorite your child's team to receive updates and have quick access to game schedule and roster.  ((Instructions here)

FHSAA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee

By Athletic Department 09/14/2022, 11:00am EDT

Congratulations, Grady!

JCS Athletic Department is proud to announce that Grady Cothran ('24) has been selected to be a part of the FHSAA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee for the 2022-23 school year.  This is the first time JCS has had representation on the committee, and we are looking forward to Grady's involvement.  

The SAAC is a 16-member statewide committee made up of member school Student-Athletes that are in their Junior or Senior year of High School.  The purpose of the committee is to provide a voice for student-athletes within the FHSAA governance structure, in the following areas: 

- Current issues facing student-athletes

- Input regarding rules and regulations

- Input on FHSAA special initiatives (e.g. sportsmanship campaign)

- Promotion of a positive image of the student-athlete

Grady began preparing this summer by attending a Student Leadership Seminar in Ft. Myers in July and drafting his essay answers for his nomination application.  Throughout the application, Grady references his time on the JCS Swim team, working at JCS Vacation Bible School as a group leader and being a Camp Counselor during STEM Camp this summer.  Each position has aided in developing his leadership skills on communication, conflict resolution and the balance between work and fun.  As Grady steps into his role on the SAAC, he hopes to make an impact in all sports on the student level, but specifically, with Swim.  He hopes to create a training program and educate coaches and student-athletes on rules and regulations.

Congratulations, Grady!