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i9 Sports

Kansas City, MO

Offering youth sports programs in Kansas City, Northland, Liberty, Independence

Jake Rowe - Program Director

Office: 816-839-6400

Weather Hotline: 816-292-2848

Email: jake.rowe@i9sports.com

Jake is a senior at the University of Kansas, pursuing a degree in sport management and business. He went to high school at Jayhawk-Linn High School in Mound City, Kansas, where he participated in football, basketball and baseball. In college he played for the club baseball team, traveling across the country to compete against other Division I club teams. He started with i9 Sports as a baseball coordinator and moved into the program director position in January.
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2/14/2018
A message from Program Director Jake Rowe (Kansas City, Northland, Liberty, Independence)
You asked for an all-girls basketball program. We’ve got it! Our new girls-only program tips off April 7 and is in addition to our co-ed program. The co-ed program is populated mostly by boys but can be the perfect fit for girls looking for a more challenging basketball experience.
1/12/2018
A message from i9 Sports
We are very excited to introduce our new Refer a Friend Program! Get $10 off your next registration for every friend you refer who also registers to play! Invite your friends to join the fun...the more friends the better. Members of i9 Sports can refer as many people to our programs as they would ... Read More
REVIEWS
Why Do Parents Love i9 Sports?

"Promoting group and individual learning of the game."

Elizabeth A.  (October 2017)

"Impressive program. Communication is great. It is certainly busy - so can be hectic at times, but that's completely understandable. "

Jeff B.  (February 2018)

"I love the fact that games and practices are same day. "

Stephanie A.  (October 2017)

"Organized, really like the format of practice and then game on the same day and that it is on a weekend. Very happy with staff and volunteers."

Natalie M.  (February 2018)

"I like how the practices are right before the games so they don’t forget how the game is played. "

Karyn P.  (February 2018)