Month: April 2008

Missouri High School Soccer Class 1 District 12 Seedings Announced

Springfield Catholic once again receive the top seed in the Class 1 District playoffs.

#1 Catholic
#2 Bolivar
#3 West Plains
#4 Willard
#5 McAuley
#6 Marshfield
#7 Greenwood
#8 Mtn. View Liberty
#9 Pleasant Hope

There will be a play-in game between Pleasant Hope and Mountain View Liberty. The winner will earn the right to face off against top seed Catholic. Here’s the schedule for the playoffs:

Saturday May 10th
9:00 am – Willard vs McAuley
10:45 am – Catholic vs 8/9
12:30 pm – Bolivar vs Greenwood
2:15 pm – West Plains vs Marshfield

Semifinals Monday May 12th
5:00 pm – Winner McAuley/Willard vs Winner Catholic/TBD
7:00 pm – Winner Bolivar/Greenwood vs Winner West Plains/Marshfield

Final Wednesday May 14th

All playoff games from Saturday on will be played at Willard High School.elite independent escort dubai

Glendale Falcons Get Past Rolla Bulldogs

Glendale Falcons – 1
Rolla Bulldogs – 0
Lou Opfer scores off a blast in the box with seven minutes left to give the Falcons the win. Freshman Emily Cline assisted. The Rolla Daily News – Opfer Does In Rolla Again

Lebanon Yellowjackets – 3
Joplin Eagles – 1
Joplin opened the scoring in this match in the 15th minute, scoring via PK following a foul in the box. The visitors lead disappeared when Lebanon evened the score with a header by Ashley Shockley on a corner from Hanna Winkel. The Yellowjackets scored again shortly before half with a header by Chelsea LeFors off of a nice cross from the corner from Cassie Wood. The Jackets finished the scoring with a cross by Hanna Winkel knocked in by Michelle Lindesmith. Joplin goalie Randi Russell once again kept things close.

Kickapoo Chiefs vs Camdenton LakersKickapoo Chiefs – 3
Camdenton Lakers – 0
The Chiefs got their fourth straight win, shutting out the visiting Lady Lakers while moving to 9-8 on the season. A direct kick by Katy McLain from almost 30 yards out slipped under the crossbar to give the Chiefs the lead in the 18th minute. As has been the case in the three games I’ve seen the past two weeks, the Chiefs calmly went about their business, challenging every ball and slowly wearing down their opponents. With junior Amanda Dominguez (pictured on left) the one constant in the central midfield this season, the Chiefs have been able to move the ball and create their own luck, a welcome change for their supporters following the slow start to this season.

In the 31st, a foul on the left side allowed McLain to put a ball into the box via a set piece. Sophomore Megan Etter ran onto it and got just enough of it to cause the goal keeper difficulty and see it roll across the end line. Etter would almost get a second late in the second half when her header from McLain’s cross rang off the crossbar. It was freshman McKenna Adams that completed the scoring though when she put a ball into the roof of the net from inside the 6 yard box on a cross. Yet another example of the focused approach the Chiefs are taking as they anticipate their rematch with the Glendale Falcons next Wednesday to complete their regular season. Slide Show

Waynesville Tigers – 7
West Plains Zizzers – 0

Ozark Tigers – 2
Bolivar Liberators – 0
The Tigers got goals in the 21st and 51st minute to earn the win. Bolivar put one of the crossbar and Paige Hemphill stopped another late opportunity to preserve the shutout. Ozark goals were scored by Megan Stodden from Megan Jenisch and Brittany Matthews from Megan Gunnels.

Parkview Vikings – 7
Hillcrest Hornets – 0
The Vikings were up 1-0 at the break, with the goal coming from an indirect kick from about twenty-five yards out. Sophomore midfielder Jessica Maerz touched the ball and freshman Kelsey Loderhose hammered the ball into the upper corner of the far-post netting. More

Greenwood Blue Jays – 2
Sedalia Sacred Heart – 0
Both goals in the first half, with both teams failing to convert a PK in the second half.

Springfield Catholic – 2 (OT)
Nixa Eagles – 1
In a surprisingly tight game, Catholic finally scored in the second half, goal by Anna DeLong from Natalie Smid. Nixa senior Stephanie Allen tied the game, from Jo Pavlowski’s assist, to force overtime. DeLong got the game-winner in the first OT period, from freshman Carsen Baron.

Willard hosts Neosho

Dixon hosts Marshfield
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Sigma Phi Epsilon Win Missouri State Fraternity Soccer Title

Sig Ep Win Missouri State Fraternity Soccer Title Sigma Phi Epsilon – 2
Phi Delta Theta – 1
In a tightly contested match, it was Sig Ep who came away with the hardware Monday night. An early goal (while I was still in line at Taco Bell) gave the boys in gray the lead on the artificial surface on the Northeast side of campus. Playing 7v7, it was a fast and physical affair. Phi Delts tied the game in the 22nd minute (two minutes into the second half) on a direct kick taken from the far right side. Sig Ep had a pair of good chances midway through the final period, including a ball that went off the crossbar and a second from Ron Franklin’s tricky little ball that the goal keeper just barely pushed over the crossbar. Just minutes later another attack brought the ultimate game-winner as Sig Ep held on to win. If you look closely, you’ll see former Glendale striker Ryan Frewin representing for the winning side (back row, fourth from right). vip escort nyc