Month: October 2009

SGFsoccer.com Tweets on 2009-10-31

  • 6 seed Marshfield surprises #3 Monett 3-0 in the first game today while #2 Cassville handles #7 Rogersville 6-2 in Class 2 District 5 #
  • Webb City gets an early lead on Car Junction, goals in 14th & 31st #
  • The AB Soccer Park in St. Louis flooding again ~ http://bit.ly/wb3xr via @GRAPEVINEsoccer: #
  • Brandon Kennedy scores for Car Junction in the 46th (video later) after 1st shot saved, Andrew Jiles cross is headed in. 3-1 Webb City #
  • Webb City holds on to win 3-1 over Carl Junction. Will face Bolivar/West Plains winner on Monday #
  • Bradley Stillwagon gives Bolivar a 1-0 lead in the 22nd following a run down the middle of the West Plains defense #
  • Stillwagon gets a 2nd goal in the 45th, against the run of play, as the Zizzer's came out hard to start the second half. Bolivar leads 2-0 #
  • West Plains comes back, scoring on a corner kick in the 49th. Bolivar leads 2-1 #
  • Senior Klay Norman ties the game for the Zizzers a min later, holding the ball & turning into the box, shooting to the far post. 2-2 #
  • U17 MNT faces UAE with group qualification on the line. #usmnt http://bit.ly/3Fhsgw via @Dallascup: #
  • Bolivar and West Plains are going to OT after finishing regulation tied 2-2 #
  • Bolivar finally gets past West Plains, requiring PKs following 2-2 tie after OT. "Toad" Slagle in goal stops 2, 3-1 advantage Liberators. #
  • RT @UCMMULES: Jens soccer snapped Truman's 11 match win streak with 2-0 win over Bulldogs Sat night at Home. Jens 10-5-2 on the season. #

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Get Out And Support Sunday!

Springfield is host to a pair of nationally important games on Sunday afternoon. Pick one and get out and make yourself heard! Both games begin at 1:00 pm CST – Did you set your clocks back?

Missouri State Bears Legacy DayThe Missouri State Bears, ranked 25th in the country, host the 26th ranked Drake Bulldogs at 1:00 pm at Plaster Sports Complex. The game will likely determine the Missouri Valley Conference regular season championship. The Bears sit atop the table with 16 points and an 5-1-1 Conference record with 3 games remaining. Drake is second with 15 points and a 5-2 record and three games left. Creighton is tied for 2nd with 15 points but has a 4-2-3 Conference record and only one game remaining, closing the season at Drake on Saturday November 7th.

UPDATE – I’ve been informed that KSPR 33 (ABC) will be at the game, shooting with their brand new HD equipment. Look for highlights that evening!

The Bears have been promoting the game heavily on campus as part of Homecoming Weekend and have reached out to most of the High School programs in the area, pushing for an attendance record. Beautiful weather and a fantastic match up on tap. Attendance is FREE for anyone who brings two cans of non-perishable food for the Ozarks Food Harvest.

Drury Panthers logoThe Drury Panthers are ranked 4th in the country right now, just had 10 (TEN!) players recognized by the GLVC Coaches along with Head Coach Ryan Swan, Coach of the Year in the GLVC.

They will begin their quest for a first Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament championship when they take on eighth-seeded Missouri-St. Louis at 1 p.m. Sunday at Harrison Stadium. UMSL comes into the match with a mark of 9-6-2, but is coming off its most impressive win of the season – a 2-1 decision at second-seeded Northern Kentucky on Sunday. The Tritons have won five of their last six matches.

Drury defeated UMSL 3-0 at Harrison on Oct. 2 in a match that was locked in a scoreless tie at halftime. The Panthers scored two goals in a three-minute span about 12 minutes into the second half, as the 1-2 punch of senior Steve Wilczewski and junior Micah Whorton came up with the scores to lead DU to the win. Wilczewski, a Glendale graduate, just moved into 2nd on the career scoring list with two goals Friday night, moving past long time Falcon’s assistant Josh Keisker. His Falcon’s teammate Stephen Conner was the Defensive Player of the Year in the GLVC. This team is a LOT OF FUN to watch.

Conner, a sophomore goalkeeper for the Panthers, helped key a 13-1-0 conference record for Drury in 2009. In 13 league matches, Conner allowed just six goals and finished the conference season with a 0.46 goals against average. He made 39 saves and posted a 0.867 save percentage. In addition, Conner registered eight shutouts against league opponents and led the league in goals against average, shutouts and save percentage.

Overall in 2009, Conner has allowed eight goals and boasts a 0.50 goals against average. He has ten shutouts, 50 saves and a 0.862 save percentage. He is currently ranked sixth in NCAA Division II in goals against average and 11th in save percentage.thai massage dubai

MIAA Soccer: Jennies End Bulldogs Win Streak

Central Missouri State, Brittany Colvin at Missouri State Aug 16th
Central Missouri State, Brittany Colvin at Missouri State Aug 16th
Truman State Bulldogs – 0
Central Missouri Jennies – 2
The Jennies scored a 2-0 victory Saturday evening over MIAA front-runner Truman State at the UCM South Recreation Complex. Melanie Hall (pictured above) and Kelsie Hanson netted the goals for the Jennies, who improve to 9-3-1 in league action, while their overall mark climbs to 10-5-2. overall, after a 1-0 homefield win in double overtime Monday evening over

The Jennies will try for a third time to play a scheduled match at Southwest Baptist in Bolivar, Mo., this Monday afternoon at 3 p.m.

Missouri Western Griffons – 1
Southwest Baptist Bearcats – 0
BOLIVAR, Mo. — It was a tale of two halves as the SBU soccer Bearcats took on the Missouri Western Griffons. SBU controlled the game for the first 45 minutes, but were unable to get a shot past the Western keeper. Missing those early chances came back to haunt the Bearcats, as Missouri Western was able to connect on a crossing pass in the 80th minute to steal the win 1-0.

SBU falls to 6-8-2 on the season, and 4-8-1 in the MIAA. Missouri Western is now 8-9-1 overall, and 6-7-1 in the conference. The Bearcats close out their season next week, with three home matches. The Central Missouri Jennies come to Bolivar on Monday, November 2, for a make-up game that has twice been postponed for weather; kickoff is set for 2 p.m. On Thursday, November 5, the ‘Cats will face the MIAA-leading Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks, at 3 p.m. Saturday, November 7 is the last home match for the senior Bearcats (Caitlin Tull, Rochelle Fowler, Heidi Lewis, Ashley Wilson, Emily Hamilton, and Shannon and Vanessa Roher), as they take on the Northwest Missouri State Bearcats, starting at noon.

Missouri Southern Lions – 0
Northwest Missouri State Bearcats – 1
Maryville, Mo. — For the second straight match, the Missouri Southern Lions suffered a tough 1-0 setback, this time at the hands of the Northwest Missouri State Bearcats Saturday afternoon (Oct. 31) in Maryville, Mo. The only goal of the match was scored by the Bearcats’ Andrea Tritz, who tallied an unassisted goal just two minutes before halftime at the 43:19 mark.

The Lions were out-shot 14-6 overall and 9-4 on-goal. Stephanie Heines and Megan Stueve each led the Lions with two shots. Tritz led everybody with five shot-attempts. One match after recording a career-high 12 saves, Randi Russell was again superb in the net for the Lions (4-14, 2-12 MIAA). Russell made eight stops to keep the Lions within striking distance throughout the contest. Russell has now made 20 saves against only two goals allowed over the past two matches.

The Lions will wrap up the 2009 home campaign by celebrating Senior Night on Thursday evening (Nov. 5) at 6 p.m. against Washburn. high class prostitute

Missouri High School Soccer Final Coaches Poll

cbc_logoThe October 30th Poll has been released and Southwest Missouri has some representatives.

Jeff City moves up to #6 on the basis of their win over Rockhurst two weeks ago while Kickapoo is now ranked in the Top 15, coming in at #14.

In the smaller Classes, Springfield Catholic has edged up slightly to #3 and the point spread shows it’s a four team race at the top while Greenwood continues their run in the Top 10. Bolivar once again shows up in Class 2 albeit with one vote.

BOYS SOCCER POLL (10-30-09)

Class 3
Rank Team Points
1 CBC (5) 75
2 Vianney 69
3 Chaminade 59
4 SLUH 58
5 Rockhurst 55
6 Jeff City 54
7 Zumwalt South 47
8 Lees’ Summit 44
9 Mehlville 26
10 Park Hill 25
11 Summit 24
12 Marquette 15
13 Park Hill South 14
14 Kickapoo 13
15 Lee’s Summit North 11
Others: Blue Springs 8, Liberty 2, Raytown 1

Class 2
Rank Team Points
1 St. Dominic (9) 90
2 St. Mary’s 62
3 Duchesne 58
4 Smithville 52
5 Westminster 47
6 Pembroke Hill 41
7 MICDS 36
8 Priory 30
9 Clayton 29
9 Farmington 24
Others: Helias 19, Staley 4, Moberly 2, Bolivar 1

Class 1
Rank Team Points
1 Kennedy (5) 82
2 Trinity (1) 77
3 Springfield Catholic (2) 75
4 Whitfield (1) 71
5 Saxony Lutheran 48
6 Bartsow 41
7 St. Pius (Festus) 26
8 St. Pius (KC) 22
9 Bayless 21
10 Greenwood 18
Others: Principia 4, Lutheran North 4, Sacred Heart 3, John Burroughs 2, Brentwood 1 massage body to body

Class 1 District 6 Playoffs – Laquey Hornets Sting Richland

Greenwood Blue Jays, Chris Aiken (2010)
Greenwood Blue Jays, Chris Aiken (2010)
Saturday October 31st
#2 Greenwood Blue Jays – 9
#7 Thomas Jefferson – 1

Senior Chris Aiken has established a new career scoring record for the Blue Jays with 85 goals, the prior record was 84 goals by current assistant Coach John McQueary. The Jays are now 18-4-1 and will face Laquey in the semifinal on Monday.

#6 Laquey Hornets – 6
#3 Richland Bears – 1

#4 New Covenant Warriors – 4
#5 College Heights Crusaders – 1
Warrior’s goals were scored by Dylan Corbett, Harrison Price, Dylan Corbett a second time and Jeremy Weimer

Catholic has a bye as the #1 seed

All games will be played at Springfield Catholic on Saturday 10/31. The Semi Finals on Monday, 11/2 are scheduled for Cooper #3 at Lake Country Soccer. The final on Thursday,11/5 will be played at Harrison Stadium.

Download the Class 1 District 6 ver2 Bracket

Monday November 2nd @ Cooper #3, Lake Country Soccer
5:00 pm – Springfield Catholic (1) vs New Covenant (4)
7:00 pm – Greenwood (2) vs Laquey (6)

Thursday November 5th @ Harrison Stadium
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