Month: March 2010

Glendale Opens With A Difficult Win At Kickapoo

Kickapoo Chiefs - Kicking Cancer!
Kickapoo Chiefs - Kicking Cancer!
Kickapoo Chiefs – 2
Glendale Falcons – 4
The Chiefs home opener this year (Branson was rained out) was a lively affair, enhanced by the Booster Club’s remarkable fund-raising effort (video) on behalf of Coach Stephanie Phillips and her family. A large crowd was on hand for both the JV and Varsity match and it looks like there will be close to $4500 raised via 300+ tshirts sold and other donations. The largest donation was $450, made by a group of 9 referees in the area that included the three working tonights game – Tim Noonan in the middle along with Jan Stahle and Bradley Hamman as Alternate’s. You can see photos of the players, coaches and ref’s on my Flickr site and Facebook.

The game offered the expected – the Falcon’s broke free for 4 goals on the evening, surprising the Chiefs with goals in the 8th (video), 39th and 47th minute as well as an own goal in the 59th minute when Molly Brewer’s hard ball square across the front of the goal bounced in off a defender, who was concentrating on Emily Cline who had already scored twice this evening. What was unexpected was how well Kickapoo moved the ball against the Glendale defense, especially since an already young Chief’s squad lost central midfielder Katie Lynn to strained ankle ligaments in the game against Lebanon Tuesday evening.

After the initial flurry that led to the opening goal, the Chief’s slowly but certainly moved the ball into the offensive end. With junior Jacinda Lemon’s in the net and a year of experience under her belt, she saved two potential goals when she tipped McKenna Adam’s hard shot over the crossbar in the 12th min and then stopped Adam’s breakaway opportunity in the 18th. By keeping her team in the game, when Cline was able to score in the 39th and 47th minutes, the Falcon’s had the cushion they needed and Lemon’s had positively impacted the game.

The Chief’s goals were scored by Kaylee Stephen’s when the junior alertly moved into the box following Lauryn Young’s speculative ball over the defense that ended up being knocked down, but not controlled, by Lemon’s. Stephen’s pounced on the ball and slipped it in from 6 yards out (video). The second goal was scored as the Chiefs moved forward in numbers and almost scored in similar fashion only to see a loose ball pushed out. Senior Hilary Carr was there to put a shot in from the right side to the far post.

Both teams introduced new players this evening but I’ve got to give sophomore Katie Etter a shout out for her play tonight, in particular when she came from nowhere it seemed and shouldered Emily Cline off the ball as she was making a dangerous run into the box in the 1st half. It represented the type of play the Chief’s newcomer’s offered as they came out and challenged the Falcon’s. Lot’s of time, and plenty of games to prepare for the one that matters. A very nice beginning to the season which was also enjoyed by Alf Bilbao from Drury, who was keeping an eye on Ashley McWilliams and Lindsey Sprouse, and Rob Podeyn from Southwest Baptist, watching Megan Melugin.

Alix Opfer scores the game-winner for Glendale


Scoring summary:
8th – Alix Opfer from Molly Brewer (0-1)
39th – Emily Cline from Lindsey Sprouse (0-2)
47th – Emily Cline from Molly Brewer (0-3)
54th – Kaylee Stephens, from Lauryn Young following McKenna Adam’s cross (1-3)
59th – own goal after Molly Brewers square ball into the box (1-4)
71st – Hilary Carr from 25 yards out to far post (2-4)iranian escorts in dubai

US Youth Soccer Show Premiers April 5th

US Youth Soccer logoUS Youth Soccer’s monthly program, The US Youth Soccer Show, brings viewers in depth information about US Youth Soccer events, players, coaches and more. The 30-minute show will air on Fox Soccer Channel. Don’t miss The US Youth Soccer Show, now in its fifth season on Fox Soccer Channel and running each month through December!

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April Show Times*
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Monday, April 12 @ 5 p.m. ET
Wednesday, April 21 @ Noon ET
Monday, April 26 @ 5 p.m. ET
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A South Texas TOPSoccer Festival… held at Morgan’s Wonderland, the world’s first ultra-accessible family fun park, creating the perfect place to host a TOPSoccer festival.

US Youth Soccer ODP Championships… Boys and Girls teams in the 1993 and 1994 Boys and Girls age groups competed for the championship title.

Uniting soccer… An Indiana Youth Soccer player took an extra step to further unite all through the game. She wrote an inspiring speech using the acronym, UNITED.

2009-2010 US Youth Soccer National League season… victories, upsets and even five-way ties among the nation’s top teams, a complete re-cap of the season.

National League champions… See which teams have risen to the top to advance to the 2010 US Youth Soccer National Championships July 20-25 in Overland Park, Kan.

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Tuesday Soccer Report

Maddie Esther, Greenwood (2010) splits the defense
Maddie Esther, Greenwood (2010) splits the defense
Central Bulldogs – 1
Greenwood Blue Jays – 7
The Blue Jays opened their season this evening by visiting Harrison Stadium to play the Bulldogs. The two teams traded goals in the first 35 minutes with Greenwood scoring first before the Bulldogs fought back, scoring when junior Nicky Murphy curled a corner kick directly into the net. The wind had an effect on both teams and the Blue Jays finally sorted things out to score two goals in the final 3 minutes of the first half.

Once Greenwood was playing with the wind, their superior speed opened up the play even further leading to the final margin. Goals were scored by Mary-Margaret Kirkman, who had a hat trick as did sophomore Sara Cook. Senior Maddy Esther completed the scoring for the Blue Jays. By the way, send a shout out to Mary-Margaret Kirkman and her twin sister, Anna-Grace Kirkman, who moved here from Searcy, AR in January. After helping the Jay’s basketball program they are now on the pitch causing problems for opposing teams with their speed and game awareness.

Joplin Eagles – 2
Carthage Tigers – 0
The last time these two teams met was in the District playoffs last year when the first year Tigers fell in the first round by a 0-3 score.

Parkview Vikings – 1 (PK’s)
Nixa Eagles – 0
Quite a battle on the West side tonight as the District 11 foes battled to a scoreless tie through regulation and two OT periods. PK’s went to the fifth and final shooters with Nixa’s shot going wide while junior Kelsey Loderhose buried her PK for the Viking’s win.

Jeff City Jays – 1
Camdenton Lakers – 0
In the word’s of Laker’s Coach JD Hunter “Kinsey Shouse scores on a PK after a foul in the box was called on Camdenton 20 minutes into the first half. I wish I could say it was a bad call, but the call was dead on and so was the penalty kick.” Jeff City is the defending District 10 champion while Camdenton lost in PK’s in the semifinal round last year to Rolla, who in turn lost to Jeff City in the final.

Marshfield Blue Jays – 1
Bolivar Liberators – 3
Tied 1-1 at half, Bolivar earned the win with a second half pk and a last minute goal on a corner. Kylea Ryser scored for Marshfield as these District and COC foes renewed their rivalry.

Logan-Rogersville Wildcats – 0
Catholic Fightin’ Irish – 3

Hillcrest Hornets – 2
Carl Junction Bulldogs – 0
The Hornets get their second win in two days! Goals by Cassie Ferrell and Courtney Busby. Shutout by Laurie Orr.

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Poplar Bluff Mules – 3
West Plains Zizzers – 0
The Lady Zizzers started the game strong, moving the ball and created some scoring chances, but couldn’t find the net. About midway through the half, the momentum shifted to Poplar Bluff. The Lady Mules opened the scoring in the 29th minute as Allie Pattillo sent Marissa Burroughs in behind the defense where she sent a ball past Sammi Phegley for a 1-0 lead.

Lebanon Yellowjackets – 0
Kickapoo Chiefs – 1
The Chief’s pull out the win in this low-scoring Conference game.

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