Month: September 2008

9/30 Southwest Missouri High School Soccer Report

Waynesville Tigers – 3
Parkview Vikings – 2
The Tigers get an Ozark Conference win at Parkview, improving to 4 -2. The Tiger’s goals were scored by Eric Iverson (2) and Kyle Varner. Parkview goals were scored by Jared Moore (assist by Tim Griffin) and Tim Griffin (unassisted

Camdenton Lakers – 1
Joplin Eagles – 0
The Lakers goat a goal midway through the first half by Jeff Moffitt to edge the Eagles.

Nixa Eagles – 2 (2 OT)
Ozark Tigers – 1
The Eagles got the win with a goal with 5 minutes remaining in the second overtime. Nixa got on the board 1st when KhaiUyen Huynh was taken down in the box. Josh Rose buried the PK for Nixa with 20 minutes remaining. Ozark fought hard all night and were rewarded with 6 minutes to play in regulation when Zach Moore shot from a sharp angle and found the net just inside the post. Chandler Hale got the game winner fighting his way through the Ozark defense then beating the keeper for the win. The win brings Nixa’s record to 7-5 which is already as many wins as the team had last year

Carthage Tigers – 3 (OT)
Willard Tigers – 2
The new Class 3 programs, and familiar COC foes, face off. Willard tied the game at 2-2 with about 15 minutes left when Tyler Sevon volleyed a free kick played by Jackson Patillo over the keepers head and into the net. Regulation ended at 2-2. With around 5 minutes gone in the first overtime Carthage was able to put one in the goal to win the game 3-2.

New Covenant Warriors – 7
Thomas Jefferson Crusaders – 1

Springfield Catholic Irish – 8
Marshfield Blue Jays – 0
The Irish got on the board early when only 4 minutes into the game, Justin Bowenschulte gave Cullen Barr a leading pass on the left side of the field that Barr was able to place in the far right side of the goal. Catholic was able to add two more goals in the first half, one at 14 minutes when Luke Straus scored on a pass from Cullen Barr and another at 16 minutes when Taylor Arens scored on a corner kick by Justin Bowenschulte.

Glendale Falcons – 7
West Plains Zizzers – 0

Bolivar Liberators – 6
Logan-Rogersville Wildcats – 0
Bolivar would get on the board in the 11th minute when Toad Slagle took the penalty kick. Dakota Smith and Bradley Stillwagon would both add goals with assists from Matt Magana to give the Liberators a 3-0 lead at half.whats a female escort

Southwest Missouri High School Soccer: Class 2 Coaches Poll

The second poll of the season:

1. Monett Cubs (33) 6-3-0

2. Bolivar Liberators (22) 7-4-0

3t. Cassville Wildcats (21) 5-2-0

3t. Carl Junction Bulldogs (21) 5-5-1

5. Marshfield Blue Jays (5) 4-7-0

6. West Plains Zizzers (3) 4-8-0

Monett, Bolivar and Cassville are all taking part in the Willard Classic this weekend. One of the reasons I always enjoy the tournament!dubai exclusive escort

US Men’s National Futsal Team Opens World Cup Play In Brazil

The U.S. Futsal National Team kicks off the 2008 FIFA Futsal World Cup against Paraguay today at the Maracanãzinho in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Kickoff for the Group B clash is slated for 10:30 am CT, and the match can be followed live on the MNT Blog or seen live on ESPN360. I’m watching Brazil vs Italy right now.

Galavision will be airing the game on tape delay, with coverage starting at 11:30 pm tonight. From the highlights I’ve seen, it’s a game not many of you will recognize.

In its four previous visits to the FIFA Futsal World Cup, the U.S. has played 25 matches all-time, going 12-9-4. The U.S. is 4-1-2 in 2008, with its only loss coming against Guatemala in the CONCACAF Futsal Championship semifinals in June.

Here’s the complete Galavision TV Coverage schedule.
U.S. vs. Paraguay Oct. 1 12:30 a.m. ET/PT
U.S. vs. Italy Oct. 3 12:30 a.m. ET/PT
U.S. vs. Portugal Oct. 5 12:30 a.m. ET/PTbest escorts in los angeles

Represent Springfield Soccer

Chealsey Russell (Kickapoo 2008) made her first start Sunday for the Rice Owls. She played 42 minutes Friday. She also started and played 90 minutes Sunday as the Owls defeated Marshall. There’s a nice description of the first goal below:

It was Russell who helped open the scoring early in the contest with the Owls’ Show-Me-State 1-2 punch. In making her first Rice career start the a native of Springfield, Mo., found her longtime club teammate Amy Beger breaking free on the right wing in the 13th minute. Beger, a fellow Owl rookie from St. Louis, needed only a moment before taking a long shot from inside the 18-yard line. The ball found the back of the Marshall net on the left side for Beger’s third goal of the season and a 1-0 Rice lead.

Laura McElroy (Glendale 2007) of Grinnell College has been named the Midwest Conference Women’s Soccer Defensive Performer of the Week. McElroy helped guide the Pioneers to a 1-0 shutout victory Friday over defending Iowa Conference champion Simpson College. She recorded four saves in the game and improved her record on the season to 5-1. She has started all nine games the Pioneers have played.

Becca Carter
(Central 2008), Laura’s teammate at Grinnell, has started three games this season, including Sunday’s win over Monmouth. She’s played in five games so far this season.

Tyler Kutz (Parkview 2007) is currently ranked #11 GK in NJCAA Soccer, Division 1. He has played in 13 games with only 5 goals allowed, ranking 6th nationally. Team is 11-1-2, 3-1 in conference play. Parkland College was nationally ranked in mens soccer for the first time ever at #8 this week and have outscored their opponents 53-8 in 14 games

Patrick Carver (Parkview 2005) is the team leader in goals (7) and has 4 assists (18 points) in the first 8 games for the Emory University Eagles (D3 – UAA). Emory is ranked 9th in the nation with a 8-0-0 record. You can see many of Patrick’s goals this season here.

Josh Florez (Parkview 2005) is playing center and outside back for the Washington University Bears and has played in four games.
The Bears are currently 7-2, having recently knocked of D2 Truman State and are ranked 6th in the Central Region.

John Duncan (Joplin 2007) has also appeared in four games for the WashU Bears, getting off three shots from his forward position.

Tom Marlow (Parkview 2007) has started the Titans’ first 7 games at midfield as a sophomore. Illinois Wesleyan University Titans (D3 – NSCAA) are currently 2-5.

Karl Fredrickson Played forward in Baptist Bible College Patriots (NCCAA – 2) first 8 games. He has 5 goals and 2 assists for the Patriots and was recently moved to starting stopper in an effort to iron-out the defense.

Ryan Schlichtman (Cassville 2008) scored his first collegiate goal in Colorado Christian University’s 2-1 loss to Regis University.

With the defense gaining confidence, the CCU offense also found its groove when Ryan Schlictman scored his first goal as a Cougar off of a Regis turnover eight minutes into the second half.

He’s now started 5 of the 9 games played and is tied for the team lead in goals for the squad that is 0-9 while competing in the very difficult

Corbin Siklosi (Nixa 2008) has played in seven games for Colorado Christian

Kaitlin Bramel (Rolla 2008) has started eight games for the Fontbonne Griffins and has 3 assists. The Griffins are 5-4-1 and 1-1-1 in the SLIAC.

Sophie Cox (Rolla 2006) has started all 10 games for the Tennessee-Martin Skyhawks, while scoring 1 goal and 1 assist and taking 21 shots. The Skyhawks are 6-2-1 and 1-0-1 in the Ohio Valley Conference, including last weekends 1-1 tie at SEMO.
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9/29 Southwest Region High School Soccer Report

Branson Pirates – 2
Neosho Wildcats – 1
The Branson Pirates broke through on their home field for the first time on Monday. A 2-1 victory over a very fast Neosho team earned the Pirates their first COC win and their first on field victory at John E. Chase stadium. The Pirates scored first mid way through the first half on a rebound goal by Koda Sorenson (5) setup by a great cross from the right wing, flicked on by Carlos Luevano. Neosho answered late in the first half with a well executed corner. Tied one one at halftime the Pirates came out
with an energy that lasted the entire second half.

The game winner came off the foot of Freshman Juan Navarro 20 minutes into the second half on a
counter set up by Austin Paynes long run up the wing. Neosho had the wind that continued to pick up and pressured the Pirate defense but solid short passing and another stellar performance by goalkeeper James Huffman along with team play withstood the assault leaving the Pirates with their 4th victory of the season. The Pirates are now 4-8, 1-1 in the Central Ozark Conference.

Hillcrest Hornets – 6
Ozark Tigers – 3
The Hornet’s won their 5th game of the season Monday after The Tiger’s struck first. The Hornets came back with 3 goals while giving up another to finish the first half with a 3-2 lead. 3 more goals for the Hornet’s put the game beyond reach for the Tiger’s who got the last goal of the night with about 15 minutes left. In addition to being their 5th win of the season. it was Hillcrest’s first ever victory over Ozark. Hornet’s goals were scored by Bryce Collier (3), Michael Freeman (2) and Cody Wallace. Ozark goals scored by x, #10 and #5.

Nixa hosts Rogersville
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