i9 Sports

Kansas City, MO

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

League Office 357 - Program Director

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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Why Do Parents Love i9 Sports?

"The organization and attention to teaching skills both athletic and everyday."

"We like that it's a teaching program and not competitive. Our daughter is learning so much and enjoys trying different sports. Great communication from i9 and we appreciate the sportsmanship values each week! "

"Convenience, kids have fun"

"Smaller teams, can more easily give attention to the younger players. Consistent time commitment on Sundays, easy to schedule."

"My kids enjoy the programs. The only problem I have is that the 4-5yr olds don't play flag football until 5:00, and they have to do a 30 minute practice first. By the time the game starts, almost all the kids are exhausted from the time and having to practice what they'll do in the game. Kids thi
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