Ozark Tigers – 1
Springfield Catholic – 0
Senior Kristen Glaubitz buries a ball in the corner from a set piece midway through the second half to give the Tigers the rare win over their longtime rivals. Coach Tom Davidson earns his 500th win as his Lady Tigers held off the Irish in earning the win. The goal came against the run of play as the Irish had the wind and momentum but sophomore Brittany Matthew’s strong run led to a foul on the left side of the box. Rachel Haden’s service was initially knocked down but fell to Glaubitz who took advantage of the opportunity.
The Irish’s best opportunity came late in the game when freshman Carsen Baron put her 30 yard direct kick on frame. Sophomore Paige Hemphill touched it over the crossbar to preserve the shutout and win.
Waynesville Tigers – 2
Kickapoo Chiefs – 1
The Tigers continued their early season form, taking a 2-0 lead in the first half on goals by Katie Pritchard, from Lauren Kelly, and Erica Combs, from Tasha Lord. Kickapoo closed the gap in the 73rd minute when Kylie Huslig scored from a cross by right midfielder ?. Senior Crystal Hutchinson made several important saves to ensure the win for the Tigers who move to 4-0 with their first Conference win over a key foe. Update – it was the first win ever over the Chiefs!
Lebanon Yellowjackets – 3
West Plains Zizzers – 0
Senior Brianna Ragains, headed for Missouri Southern in the Fall, gave the Yellowjackets the lead in the 17th minute, assisted by Cassie Wood. Hanna Winkel added to the lead in the 49th, assisted by Emily Boyer. Chelsea LeFors completed the scoring, assisted by Ragains. Zizzer’s goalie Jamie Brassfield made several fine saves to keep it close
Rolla Bulldogs – 1
Parkview Vikings – 0
Sophomore central midfielder Jackie Standfast got the game winner in the 62nd minute on an assist by senior captain Kaitlin Bramel. Sophomore Adrian Pogue gets the shutout, her 3rd in 4 games. The Bulldogs move to 4-0, 1-0 in Ozark Conference, and will visit Springfield to take on Kickapoo Thursday.
Glendale Falcons – 4
Joplin Eagles – 0
The Eagles kept things close in the first half, down only 0-1 with senior Randi Russell, a Missouri Southern signee, making several important saves. Senior Jeni Frewin got the ultimate game winner. The second half saw the Falcons turn things on, using the wind and their team speed to get three goals in the first 15 minutes. Lindsey Sprouse got two, Emily Cline (pictured at left) scored her first varsity goal and Frewin and Emily Jordan earned assists. Senior goalkeeper Rachel Duckworth, a newcomer to soccer with good hands and reflexes, earns her first shutout.
Greenwood Blue Jays – 10
Pleasant Hope Pirates – 0
Neosho Wildcats – 2 (PK’s)
Nixa Eagles – 1
The Eagles lost on PK’s Tuesday to a resilient Wildcats squad that drew first blood on a break away goal by Melanie White in the 53rd minute. The Eagles tied the game in the 58th. Jacklyn Finley played the ball to Kelsey Haist above the 18 box. Haist beat the defender. A well placed, low ball slotted to the left of the goalie tied the score 1-1.
Camdenton Lakers – 5
Hillcrest Hornets – 0
Camdenton led 1-0 at the half on a goal by freshman Ashley Paschel. Sophomore Chelsey VanHook started off the scoring in the second half off of a corner kick from Blaire Baker. Paschel scored her second goal of the match four minutes later. Senior Meg Manzer and junior Stephanie Kirvan (header) each scored a goal late in the match. Camdenton goes to 1-1-0 on the season and 1-0 in Ozark Conference play. Senior Krista Murphy earned her first shutout of the season
Bolivar Liberators – 2
Joplin McAuley – 0
The Lady Liberators earned their third shut-out victory of the season with a 2-0 win over district opponent Joplin McAuley. Seniors Lindsy Archer, assisted by Jonna Welch, and Andrea Porter scored a goal in each half to help the Liberators improve to 3-0 on the season.