Summer league games are rained out Thursday, June 6.
Summer Training Camp (mandatory requirement for all 8th through 12 grade athletes who make the team)
Each Monday and Wednesday, June 10 through July 24 (Wed., July holiday not included)
New time: 8 am-10 am
Location: Jenks HS field
Players must be picked up at 10 am promptly.
Fee of $80 includes a t-shirt. Payment was due at the ice cream social.
Summer League Softball Games : Varsity athletes play summer league games. See Summer Schedule in forms/schedules on this site's home page. Usually, games are Tues/Thurs morning June only.
Did you know the Jenks Trojan Softball Booster Club underwrites approximately $350 per player for the 40-plus female athletes in the Jenks Schools' softball program?
To meet this financial need, the Jenks Trojan Softball Booster Club is offering business partnerships for the 2013-14 fast-pitch and slow-pitch softball seasons. Partnerships encourage businesses to support the Jenks Schools' softball program; they also create opportunities for partners to connect with players, families and fans through banner, online, and in-park game promotions. Partnerships begin at $100.
We are asking varsity, JV and junior high players to recruit business partners to support Jenks Trojan Softball. Please download the form (below) and email to businesses, neighbors, friends and family members who want to support the program.
All forms/payments must be received by July 2 to be completed for the August 1 season's start.
These JHS Lady Trojans are headed to play softball in college:
Macklin Hitz will play softball at Wichita State University. Hitz, a power-hitting first baseman, has earned six varsity softball letters; three in each fastpitch and slowpitch. Over the past three seasons her team has amassed a record of 98-24 including three regional championships and a state runner-up finish her sophomore year. In 2012, Hitz was named the All-District Player-of- the-Year and All-Region first base adding to her collection of accolades that had already included All-Conference and All-Metro honors. This past summer Hitz played for the Oklahoma Diamond Girls coached by Ken Myers collecting an overall record of 60-23-2. Hitz hit .408 with 15 home runs and a slugging percentage of .743. Macklin plans to major in Business at Wichita State with a career goal of becoming a lawyer. She chose Wichita State because she really enjoyed the environment and because (Coach Bredbenner) gave her the opportunity to keep playing softball.
Paige Luellen will play at Wichita State University. Luellen is a two-sport (softball and basketball) letter winner from Jenks High School in Jenks, Oklahoma. Playing under head coach Jeff Owens, Luellen has been named to the All-Con- ference team two times including a first team selection this past season as well as receiving All-State honors. Has been part of three regional championship teams including a state runner-up finish her sophomore year. Plays travel ball for the Oklahoma Diamond Girls and coach Ken Myers. Luellen plans to major in Sports Medicine at WSU with a career goal of traveling with a professional sports team. She chose the Shockers because she loves the coaching staff and loves having the opportunity to make a change in softball at WSU. (Courtesy Wichita State Shockers)
Adrianna Canard has signed to play softball for Rose State College in Midwest City, Okla. Canard has played shortstop and outfield for the Jenks Lady Trojans for the past four years. She plans to major in Criminal Justice and minor in Sociology at Rose State. Her parents are Kristi Yahola and David Canard; younger brother is Nicholas Canard.
She has received numerous awards during both the fast pitch and slow pitch softball seasons. Some of her awards include: two-time Second Team All-District; First Team All-District; All-District Honorable Mention; and All-Metro Honorable Mention. Canard She currently plays for the Oklahoma Tuff-E-Nuff Gold Team coached by Tim Stone.
Jenks High School slow-pitch seniors Macklin Hitz and Paige Luellen were named to the 2013 6A Slow-pitch All-State first team. Senior Adrianna Canard was chosen as the first-team alternate. The players were nominated and chosen by 6A coaches and announced by Head Coach Todd Williams at the JHS slow-pitch banquet held May 15 at the Sharp Center.
Hitz now holds the Jenks' school record for RBIs. Hitz recorded 199 RBIs in three slow-pitch seasons with the Lady Trojans. Luellen banked 172 RBIs in the same number of seasons.
During the ceremony, players received their varsity letters, bars and other player-voted awards including:
*Hustler Award: Adrianna Canard and Tristin Kuhn
*Most Improved: Mackenzie Weigt and Lauren Wade
*100% Team Player: McKayla Hendrix
*Most Inspirational: Chelsea Streets
*Defensive Player: Paige Luellen
*Offensive Player: Macklin Hitz
*Ultimate Trojans: Macklin Hitz and Paige Luellen
Special thanks to banquet event chair Sharon Craig and volunteers Karen Carpenter, Ginger Owens, Kinzie Owens, Gina Hitz, Clark Craig, Isabell Estes and Brenda Weigt who helped at the event.
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