Month: February 2009

Greater Ozark Soccer Club Try-Outs March 14th

The Greater Ozark Soccer Club will be hosting open try-outs on Saturday, March 14, 2009 from 11:00am-4:00pm. Players of all ages are encouraged to attend.

Tryouts will be held at the Dover Soccer Fields in Joplin, MO. Click here for map. Dover Soccer Fields are located near the intersection of Zora and Lone Elm Roads in Joplin, MO.

Contact Head Coach Johnny Adame (johnnyselene13@yahoo.com) for more information.

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Willard Highline Soccer Park Holding Silent Auction

The NEW Willard Highline Soccer Park will be ready to begin hosting Soccer and Flag Football games in a few months. The park is almost complete, except for one feature, PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT.

On Saturday, February 28th at the Willard Recreation Center, 133 N. State Highway Z, the Parks Department is holding a silent auction to raise money for the needed playground equipment. LOTS or great items will be auctioned off, like a Duke University Basketball Fan Pack, autographed “Rudy” DVD, and tickets to lots of local attractions.

For more information visit www.willardparks.com or call (417)742-2262.dubai escorts available now

Jefferson College Signs 4 California Recruits

Looks like Region 16 of the NJCAA Men’s Soccer is about to get another dose of competition 🙂

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Edwin Meza — who scored 105 goals the last two seasons for Calistoga High — and Vintage seniors George Martinez, Christian Martinez and Jon Avalos all recently signed national letters of intent to continue their soccer careers at Jefferson, a community college in Missouri with a men’s soccer program far stronger than any in Northern California.

Peck said he found out about the four Valley players through Vintage co-coach Bernie Ochoa, whose cousin, Alex Ochoa, is on Jefferson’s coaching staff.

“After talking to Alex, Bernie decided to send these four young men our way, to experience it for themselves, to see that this is for real,” said Peck, who has now coached eight straight NJCAA Region XVI-champion squads, four at nearby East Central College and four at Jefferson, with help from out-of-state recruits. “They’re willing to take the risk to find out what players from Florida found out eight years ago, that everything I ask them to do, they’re doing for themselves.”

Jefferson College finished 7th in the final polls last Fall.exclusive escort dubai

Missouri Southern Lions Join Facebook

MSSU Soccer logoNow here’s a Coach who’s figuring out the whole social networking world.

Trevor Wachsman, Head Coach of the Missouri Southern Lions, has created a Facebook Page for fans and prospects to keep up with the team. It’s a step I would highly recommend for every high school and college program in the region. There are quite a few advantages:

1. By using a Page, you ensure that you maintain the “brand” you are developing and can be maintained across multiple seasons
2. With a Page, there is no need to become “Friends” with the prospects, players or fans. That ensures you aren’t communicating directly with any individual nor are you privy to details better left to their actual friends.
3. It allows your prospects, players and fans an easy way to promote the program with you by adding photos, videos, commenting or any of the other tools available on the site.
4. That includes keeping up on the news – MSSU SID Justin Maskus recently added an RSS feed for the women’s program so all news will now be fed directly to the Facebook page. For me, the real benefit will being able to grab game information as an electronic download so no need to retype schedules into my calendar.

Welcome to Facebook MSSU Lions Soccer! Any coaches with questions on this model, feel free to give me a call at 569-8062 or send me an email and I’d be happy to walk you through the process.

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Missouri State Bears Soccer Announces 2009 Recruits

bearhead_125.jpgMissouri State men’s soccer coach Jon Leamy announced the addition of six student-athletes to the 2009 squad Monday. Francesco Capone, Jarred Clark, Jared Gain, Kenny Giacobbe, Eric Martin and Trevor Spangenberg have elected to play their college soccer at Missouri State and will be eligible to compete in the 2009 season.

Francesco Capone (D/M • Toronto, Ont. • Shattuck – St. Mary’s School (Faribault, Minn.)E

Capone was a two-year starter at Shattuck – St. Mary’s prep school in Faribault, Minn., and was selected as a team captain his senior season. As a junior, he started on an under-18 club team that won state and regional championships while finishing as a national finalist. He also started on an under-17 club team that won their U.S. regional, the American Soccer League tournament and appeared in the semi-finals of the Dallas Cup. As a freshman and sophomore he was on the Ontario Provincial team and the Canadian national team.

Jarred Clark (D • Atlanta, Ga. • Chamblee HS)

Clark was a two-year starter and three-year letterwinner at Chamblee (Ga.) High. As a junior, he led the Bulldogs to a 3-A state championship with 18 assists and 10 goals. In his sophomore season, he tallied 10 assists and eight goals in his team’s elite eight appearance in which the team finished 15-6 on the season. His freshman season, the team finished 14-4 and was state runner-up in class 4-A. Clark also earned a letter as the kicker on the Bulldogs’ football team his senior season.

Jared Gain (M • O’Fallon, Mo. • Fort Zumwalt West HS)

Gain was a four-year starter at midfielder for the Fort Zumwalt West Jaguars. As a senior he led the team in assists, earning him team offensive MVP, first-team all-conference, first-team all-metro and second-team all-state accolades. In his junior and sophomore seasons he earned first and second team all-conference honors respectively. Gain was named to the all-academic team and honor roll all four years of his prep career. NOTE: Jared’s older brother Jake played for the Drury Panthers

Kenny Giacobbe (M • Glen Carbon, Ill. • Edwardsville HS)

Giacobbe was a three-year starter and four-year letterman at Edwardsville (Ill.) High, where he led the Tigers to three conference championships and three regional championships. As a senior, he led the Tigers to a state-runner up finish a top-10 regional ranking and top-50 national ranking, earning him a first-team all-conference and all-state selection. Giacobbe was also named Player of the Year by the Belleville News Democrat and Alton Telegraph. Giacobbe was a team captain in both his junior and senior seasons while earning team MVP honors in his final three seasons with the Tigers. As a junior he earned first team all-conference and all-sectional honors. He earned all-conference and all-region accolades as a sophomore as well.

Eric Martin (F • Bentonville, Ark. • Shattuck – St. Mary’s School (Faribault, Minn.))

As a senior, Martin played forward for Shattuck – St. Mary’s prep-school in Faribault, Minn. Prior to his senior season he attended Bentonville (Ark.) High where he was a two-year starter and letterwinner as a midfielder. Eric was selected all-conference and all-state as a sophomore and junior. He was also a three-year starter at midfielder for the Arkansas Comets club team, finishing as state runner-up in all three of his seasons.

Trevor Spangenberg (GK • Valparaiso, Ind. • Boone Grove HS)

Spangenberg had an outstanding prep career at Boone Grove High in Valparaiso, Ind., where he started every game of his four-year high school career at goalkeeper. As a senior, he led the Wolves with 12 shutouts and a 0.27 GAA en route to an undefeated season with a 15-0-1 record and a conference championship. For his efforts he was named team captain, team MVP, first-team all-conference in both the Northern Indiana Conference and Porter County Conference, top player in the Northern Indiana Conference and first-team all-area. He also played on the Chicago Fire Juniors during the club season. As a junior, he recorded 10 shutouts and a 0.62 GAA to finish 13-3-1 on the way to first-team all-conference honors. His sophomore season he finished ranked in the top 10 in the state with a 0.76 GAA.dubai escorts dubai