James Clemens Jets Baseball dates to the spring of 2013, the first year of existence of the new school. Shane Medlen led the Jets that year to a respectable 14-24 record in the regular season, and finished with a flourish, winning the area championship with mostly underclassmen - only 5 seniors and 4 juniors were on the team. In the first round of the playoffs, the Jets pushed a strong Sparkman team to 3 games. Firsts that year for the team include Eric Patterson collecting the first hit, Adam Brown clouting the first home run and Curtis Towers recording the first pitching win. Coach Medlen skippered the team for its first four years, making two playoff appearances – the Jets were Area runner-up in 2015.
Coach Cory Hamrick led the Jets during 2017-2018. In his last season, the Jets finished with the most wins in team history, going 26-17, culminating in a playoff run to the 7A state quarterfinals, including the first playoff series win in team history.
Coach Johnny Johnson took the helm for the 2019 season, leading the team to a winning record in his first season. Under Coach Johnson's leadership, James Clemens High School Baseball has been ranked in the State's Top 10 both non-Covid seasons as well as set school record for wins. Headed into 2022, 11 players have gone on to college baseball careers.
Year Coach Wins-Losses Winning Pct Post-season
2013 Shane Medlen 14-24 .368 Area champions
2014 Shane Medlen 19-21 .475
2015 Shane Medlen 21-17 .553 Area runner-up
2016 Shane Medlen 23-19 .548
2017 Cory Hamrick 19-19 .500
2018 Cory Hamrick 26-17(+ 1 tie) .605 Area runner up; State quarterfinals
2019 Johnny Johnson 20-17 .541
2020 Johnny Johnson 12-8 .600 *Season Shortened Due to Coronavirus
2021 Johnny Johnson 27-14 .659