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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

Program director Jake Rowe is a graduate of the University of Kansas, where he received 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 2018.
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10/12/2018
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Why Do Parents Love i9 Sports?

"I love the structure. The practice plans are laid out so nicely for coaches that you can just show up. I love the positive environment. The idea of having practice before the game, on the same day, makes us able to do a sport every season if we want where we are dedicating one afternoon vs nights ... Read More

Chanda M.  (October 2018)

"The coaches have been very knowledgeable, and really encouraging to this group of kids learning lacrosse for the first time."

Jen H.  (October 2018)

"Teaching not only the sport, but values that children need to learn. "

Grant B.  (October 2018)

"Very well run, and can’t say enough good about the ease of navigating your website- not to mention the fact that you have a website at all! "

Sara A.  (October 2018)

"The focus on kids having fun Supplying coaches with materials allows them to participate even if they aren’t sports subject matter experts. Since the focus is about kids having fun then it allows more people to be able to coach who care about kids and kids having fun. "

Anne W.  (July 2018)