Month: August 2007

Drury Panthers Invitational Features Oakland City & Upper Iowa

Drury Panthers LogoThe Drury Panthers open their regular season with a pair of games this weekend.

The Panthers will play will host to Oakland City on Saturday and Upper Iowa on Sunday at Harrison Stadium. Game time is 5:00 pm for both matches. There will also be a 3:00 pm game each day featuring Newman University against Upper Iowa and Oakland City respectively.

And a reminder that the women are also playing. Drury (1-1) will face Upper Iowa (2-1) at 10 a.m. Saturday and Oakland City (0-0) at 10 a.m. Sunday, both at Harrison. Missouri-Rolla’s Lady Miners (1-1) will face Oakland City at noon on Saturday and Upper Iowa at noon on Sunday to complete the tournament field.

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Springfield Catholic Opens Tonight at Greenwood

ShamrockThe Greenwood Blue Jays host Springfield Catholic tonight at Cooper with a 6:00 pm start, Varsity only. This is the Fightin’ Irish’s first game as a program and I anticipate it is going to be the start of a significant rivalry with the Jays and New Covenant here in Springfield. Categorized under History 🙂

Hat tip to Bradley Hamman for reminding me about this important match. I need to get those Class 1 and Class 2 calendars completed!
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SBU Bearcats and MSU Bears Open At Home Tonight

The Southwest Baptist Bearcats open their MIAA season tonight when they host #19-ranked Missouri Southern Lions. The game is on the SBU campus and begins at 5:00 pm this evening. These games are always tight as the regional rivals play the first of what will be a home and away series.

Closer to home (for me at least) is the Missouri State game against Western Michigan. Game time is 7:00 pm at Plaster Stadium. The Bronco’s are led by the three senior captains, midfielders Amy Letzgus and Laura White and defender Valerie McIntyre. Also in the lineup is the Broncos’ top scorer from the past two seasons, junior forward Thalia Playford. Playford notched seven goals last year and six in her first season.

The Western Michigan Broncos play in the Mid America Conference (MAC) where they are picked to finish last by the Coaches in their pre-season poll. The Bronco’s play in Columbia against Mizzou on Saturday.

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Thursday’s Game Results

Updated Friday morning

Rolla Bulldogs – 4
Hickman Kewpies – 2
Going into the game RHS stood at 1-16-3 all-time in the series versus the Kewpies. They doubled their winning total with tonight’s win. Tyler Sinnott scored the first two goals, to give Rolla a 2-0 lead just 18 minutes into the game. The first assisted by Richard Frock, the second by Andrew Chism. Hickman responded with two goals in the next ten minutes to make it 2-2. Richard Frock got the third goal from Justin Schubring with just two minutes left in the first half. The last goal came with under three minutes left from Chamal Samaranayke off a Tyler Sinnott shot.

From Coach Mike Howard – “It was a great win for our team and I would have to go back and look at the books to see the last time we won the first game of the season.” The next game is Tuesday September 4th at home, 4:30 an OC game vs. Joplin.

Lebanon Yellowjackets at Central Bulldogs Lebanon Yellowjackets – 9
Central Bulldogs – 1
The season opener for Springfield Central, played at Cooper, saw them go down 7-0 in the first half to the Yellowjackets, who have already faced Ozark Conference foe Joplin. The Bulldogs came out in the second half prepared to continue battling and stayed close as well as finding the back of the net themselves. The goal came very late in the match, from a corner kick by #16, nodded in at the far post by #12. Central will host Greenwood on Wednesday at Harrison Stadium.

Cassville Wildcats – 5
Monett Cubs – 1
From Tuesday night – Uziel Franco scored a pair of first half goals to give the Wildcats the early lead. In the second half, Monett’s Mario Salas scored an unassisted goal, and then Cassville answered back with three goals. Bryan Schroeder opened up Cassville’s second half scoring. His goal was assisted by Schlichtman, his second on the night. Schlichtman then scored two goals of his own. The first unassisted, the second from the penalty spot. Monett’s Albin Dohmen was credited with 15 saves. Anthony Larson tallied two saves for Cassville, and Jeff Munday had one save for the Wildcats. This game also marked Coach Brian Wilbanks’ first win as head coach.

Webb City Cardinals – 8
Neosho Wildcats – 2
Six different players scored for the Cardinals in the contest.

Jefferson City Jay’s – 2
Parkview Vikings – 1
The Vikings bounced back from the Glendale game, traveling to Jefferson City to take on the always strong Jays. Although expectations were higher.

Kickapoo Chiefs – 6
Nixa Eagles – 0
The Eagles aggressive early season calender means their offense is still looking for their mojo. Goals for the Chiefs were scored by Heath Melugin (3), Ian Kennedy, Preston Bates and Clint Evenson. Assists by Ryan Moses, Colton Sexton, Lane Chapman, Skyler Russell and Caleb Collier. JV lost 0-2.

Helias Crusaders – 2 (OT)
Camdenton Lakers – 1
Camdenton has their second straight OT game but come out on the wrong end this time. The Lakers started the scoring in the 28th minute of the first half on a free kick by sophomore Jeff Dorhauer from midfield that was finished on a beautiful back post header by fellow sophomore Nate Buttram. In the 65th minute, the Crusaders finally fought back, finishing a corner kick that hit three players heads before finding the back of the net. In the 5th minute of the overtime Helias got the win on a break away goal from 6 yards out.

Waynesville Tigers – 9
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New Covenant Wins Willard Tournament Opener

New Covenant Academy Warriors at Willard Tigers The New Covenant Academy Warriors got past the host Willard Tigers tonight in the opener of the Willard Tournament. The only goal of the match was scored by freshman stopper Tanner Stever when he buried a ball that was knocked down in front of him by teammate Stephen Jones, following a corner kick. Stever’s shot found the space between the GK and the defender on the far post to earn the 1-0 win for the Warriors.

The goal was scored in the 34th minute and came directly after the Tiger’s missed taking the lead themselves when Justin Thompson put his direct kick off of the crossbar. The senior captain created the opportunity when he alertly put the ball down following a whistle and got his shot off from the restart before the Warrior’s could set up. The Warriors were able to clear the ball and the corner kick came as a result of excellent hustle by junior Jed Holloway who forced the play in the Tigers defensive end.

In the second half, the Tigers pressed forward and put the Warriors under significant pressure but this hard working team was unable to get the goal they needed. They’ll get plenty of opportunities to practice their offense this weekend as they host their annual tournament that includes three District opponents in the Black Pool.

The Hillcrest Hornets, New Covenant Warriors and Willard Tigers make up the White Pool while the Bolivar Liberators, Monett Cubs and Webb City Cardinals make up the Black Pool.

Friday’s Schedule:
Webb City vs. Bolivar 4:00 PM
Hillcrest vs. Willard 6:00 PM
Bolivar vs. Monett 8:00 PM

Saturday’s Schedule:
Monett vs. Webb City 8:00 AM
New Covenant vs. Hillcrest 10:00 AM
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