Month: April 2009

Thursday Ozarks High School Girls Soccer Report

Greenwood Blue Jays Get Past Logan-Rogersville Wildcats
Greenwood Blue Jays – 2
Rogersville Wildcats – 1
On senior night, freshman Sara Cook scored a goal in each half to help the Blue Jays earn the win against the Wildcats. The first goal came after a scramble in the box and Sara got a shot off a weak clearance that took a wicked bounce in the torn up turf at Field 3 and got past the keeper. Her second goal was worthy of any league in the country when she one-timed a square ball from senior Mariah Allai and buried the ball just inside the near upright on a blast from 16 yards out.

While Greenwood had the majority of the play, Rogersville still has the ability to score despite significant injuries to their already small 1st year roster. Quality play by senior goalkeeper Lauren Cook (pictured above) gave the Jays the margin needed for the win. The Wildcat’s goal was scored by Najee Donson in stoppage time.

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Carthage Tigers – 2 (2nd OT)
Central Bulldogs – 1
Goals for Carthage by Jamileth Henriquez in the 78th minute and 5th minute of 2nd OT as the Tigers avenge a loss to the Bulldogs at the Greenwood Classic earlier in April

Laquey Hornets –
Richland Bears –

JC Jays –
Hazelwood West –

Kickapoo Chiefs Defeat District Foe Parkview Vikings
Kickapoo Chiefs – 8
Parkview Vikings – 1
With both teams digging deep into their benches due to injuries it was the Chiefs who went on a second half spree for the win. Hat tricks for senior Amanda Dominguez and sophomore Katie Lynn, along with a pair by sophomore McKenna Adams.

Rolla Bulldogs vs Joplin Eagles – to be rescheduled
Hillcrest Hornets vs West Plains Zizzers – postponed until May 13th
Lebanon Yellowjackets vs Camdenton Lakers – postponed until May 9thelite escort los angeles

Springfield SC Recognizes Their Indoor Champions

Springfield Soccer ClubThe Springfield Soccer Club found plenty of action during the Indoor II Session at Lake Country Soccer. After competing during the first session in their own Indoor InnerLeague, players from the club took their skills to the local league to compete against outside competition for Session II.

With several teams play up an age group to find appropriate levels of competition the session was a challenge. Also, the SSC 95/96 I Girls played in a boys division so they could duplicate the upcoming spring season in the Heartland Soccer League (Kansas City) where they will compete in the 1st Division. “We look at the indoor session as a tremendous opportunity for our players to make individual improvements with their overall game. Competing for indoor championships and tournaments is not our focus. Being prepared for the spring outdoor season and making players better is the primary goal. The great thing is when that is your primary goal you will find a lot of success on the field as well.” said Jeremy Alumbaugh, Director of Soccer Operations for the Springfield Soccer Club.

All of the Senior Boys Teams U15, 16, 17, 18 do not participate in the local indoor leagues. Instead players are divided up into teams where they compete against each other in an InnnerLeague format. It is common for local college players and SSC alumni on break to come out and participate as well. In the past Jack Jewsbury with the Kansas City Wizards has used it to stay sharp in the off-season, this year Jewsbury was in California with the U.S. Men’s National Team. Games in this InnerLeague are competitive as the top players from around the area are involved. “It’s a fun and competitive league for all of the players.” commented Cory Carr, Senior Boys Program Director for the Springfield Soccer Club. “Usually, some of the younger players are a bit intimidated early on, but they find their feet and the older players provide good leadership to them.”

InnerLeague play also consists of some younger players who have been invited to play with the oldest age groups in the club. Even with a primary emphasis on player development during the Indoor Session II at Lake Country Soccer the Springfield Soccer Club still walked away with a number of league championships.

Congratulations to the Lake Country Soccer Indoor Session II Champions.

Boys Team Age League Division
SSC 99/00 Under 9 Under 10 Boys Red
SSC 98/99 Red Under 10 Under 10 Boys Blue
SSC 94/95 II Under 14 Under 14 Boys Blue

Girls Team Age League Division

SSC 96/97 Red Under 12 Under 14 Girls White
SSC 94/95 Under 14 Under 14 Girls Red

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JB Marine Springfield U13 Girls Finalists At Columbia Pride Invitational

JB Marine U-13 girls take silver at Columbia Pride Invitational
JB Marine U-13 girls take silver at Columbia Pride Invitational
The JB Marine 96 (U12) girls participated in the Columbia Pride Invitational tournament in Columbia, MO the weekend of April 24-26. The weekend started with a 3-0 win against Lasers from the Kansas Premier league. Whitney Snow opened the scoring with a beautiful free kick from 30 yards out that sailed over the keepers head. Kelly Devlin and Alyson Galler added to the score with nicely placed shots in the lower corners in the second half.

Next up, JB took on the Capitals-Fusion team from Jefferson City. With all players contributing to the attack, JB walked away with a 6-0 final win. Goals were scored by Kelly Devlin (2), Lindsey Frerichs, Paige Townsend, Jessica Cox, Kendall Letts. Heading into Sunday morning with 2 wins, the ladies battled with KC Select Nationals to a 1-0 win. The winning goal was pushed over the line by Shay Thomas after Whitney Snow placed a beautiful free kick right in front of the goal.

The final matched the JB girls with KC Select Xtreme. The play was back and forth for an entire half until KC Select put a beautiful shot from outside the 18 right inside the upper corner just a few minutes into the second half. A tired JB team continued to push for a goal but eventually succumbed to the wind and KC Select walked away with a 2-0 win. Makenzie Foster played keeper all weekend and walked away with three shut-outs.

The team has played in 4 tournaments this year and has made it to the final 3 times, winning it once at the Blitz United Invitational last October. They are coached by Hilary Dorland Collier, a newly wed who played at Southwest Baptist and Kickapoo. That’s her in the back row, far right. Congrats ladies.

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Crowder Roughriders Add A Dozen For 2009 Season

From the Neosho Daily News:

Bryce Collier college signingAfter getting a belated start on recruiting last year, Crowder College soccer coach Brad Smith had specific goals when he was recruiting players this year – he wanted to get faster.

“I thought we were slow and we were not able to score much last year,” Smith said. “I wanted to improve in those areas. We return everybody pretty much, so the goal was to find people that will help make us better and deeper.”

Crowder was 6-10-3 in its inaugural season and returns 16 players, including most of the starters.

bryce collier, ben ballhornThe new group of Roughriders includes: forwards Bryce Collier of Springfield Hillcrest (pictured above signing with Coach Smith back right) and Harrisonville’s Jeremy Savage; a bunch of midfielders in Ben Ballhorn of Springfield Hillcrest (pictured in orange at right with Collier), Lebanon’s Grant Bollig, George Fuente of University High in Waco, Texas, Josh Jesperson of Neosho, Logan Landis from Carl Junction and Neosho’s Aaron Tracy.

The defenders signed include Javier Albarran of Rogers, Ark., Trevor Pedigo of Springfield Kickapoo, Neosho’s Austin Williams and Irvin Sosa of Fayetteville, Ark.

Smith noted he expects to sign a couple more players as well.

“We have kids we think are good and our speed should be better,” Smith said. “We need to figure out how to play together. We added numbers in different places and I think we should be better.”

For some background, Bryce Collier, Grant Bollig and Trevor Pedigo are teammates on the Springfield SC 90/91 team that are two-time defending state champions in Missouri. Both Collier and Bollig have played in the forward position as well as outside midfielder for SSC while Pedigo has played outside midfield and defense.

Bollig and Collier are also Southwest All-Stars for 2009. The game will be played Monday June 15th this year.

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Tuesday’s Southwest Missouri High School Girls Soccer Report

The Waynesville vs Joplin game scheduled for today was canceled due to the services for Waynesville’s Patrick Clegg. A make up date will be announced soon.

Lebanon Yellowjackets – 1
Rolla Bulldogs – 0
The game-winning goal was scored by Hannah Winkel with 5 minutes left, assisted by Emily Boyer. The Yellowjackets accomplished step one in their effort to return to the District Final’s for the 3rd straight year. Thursday’s game against Camdenton will be the next test, while Jeff City looks to get past Rolla and Waynesville next week.

Camdenton Lakers – 8
Parkview Vikings – 1
The Lakers went up 5-0 in the first half before Parkview scored a goal in the 38th minute. Junior Latea LaRue scored 3 goals and had 2 assists in the contest. Freshman forward Kaylay Utley scored 1 goal and had 4 assists. Freshman Cassie Hale scored 1 goal and had 1 assist. Sophomore Sabrina Bartley, Junior Jessica Smith and Senior Stephanie Kirvan each had a goal as well. Camdenton is now 14-3 overall and 4-1 in Ozark Conference play.

Glendale Falcons – 8
Hillcrest Hornets – 2
Jeni Frewin (2G), Emily Jordan (1G), Lindsey Sprouse (2G), Emily Cline (1G), Karis Hefton (1G), Ann Millington (1G), Molly Brewer (2A), Katie Brewer (1A) scored for the Falcon’s. Goals for Hillcrest were scored by Elizabeth Durnall on an assist by Erin Boschen and Courtney Busby on an assist by Boschen.

Kickapoo Chiefs – 2
West Plains Zizzers – 0

Pleasant Hope –
Joplin McAuley –

Catholic Fightin’ Irish – 3
Marshfield Blue Jays – 2
Great game tonite in Marshfield! Catholic takes a 2-0 lead at halftime on goals by Jessica Bowman and Rachel Herron. Marshfield ties the game early in the second on goals by Dannyca Mostrom and Kylea Ryser. Catholic gets the game winner late on a goal by Natalie Smid.

Carthage Tigers – 0
Nixa Eagles – 2
The Eagles get the COC win on Senior night

Bolivar Liberators – 4
Rogersville Wildcats – 1
Jody McFarlen scored 3 goals for the Liberators enroute to the win over their COC foes. Jonna Welch added a goal and an assist. Rogersville’s goal was scored by #32

Ozark Tigers – 3
Neosho Wildcats – 0
Goals from Megan Gunnels, Eva Shwert, and Jackie Wacha. On Senior night.

Branson Pirates – 3
Willard Tigers – 1
Branson scored fifteen minutes into the match when Neva Raschel’s free kick went off the crossbar and was headed in by Emily Joplin. The score held until stoppage time in the first half when Ali Appleby broke free and beat Bri Ford to tie the score going into half. Both teams moved the ball in the second half but Jordan Gattis got the game winner with a nice header back to the far post in 63rd minute. Branson continued to pressure and got its third goal from Maggie Charland off a one time hit in the 79th minute.

The win was the first ever Central Ozark Conference win for the Branson Pirates. Congrats ladies! Branson improved to 4-11-1 with the win.

Smith-Cotton – 1
JC Jays -0

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