Parkview Vikings – 8
Carthage Tigers – 0
On a cold evening on the turf at JFK Stadium, the Vikings attacked the visiting Tigers this evening much like their namesakes did 1200 years ago. While the Tiger defense was stout and worked hard to keep the attackers at bay, the ramparts were breached once the the Vikings applied their secret weapon – speed! The opening goal came as senior Shelby Stewart, a Missouri State Bear signee, found space and made a direct run down the center of the defense from 40 yards out. Her shot as she entered the box found the lower left corner in the 18th minute and the the walls quickly came down.
Parkview scored three more goals in in the next six minutes to take control of the game. Junior Kelsey Loderhose scored after winning the battle for a ball in the box with the GK and a defender, sr Jessica Maerz (Lynn University) hammered one into the roof of the net after a run down the left side and Loderhose got her second of the game as she ran onto a corner kick from Maerz.
The Vikings got four more in the second, from Maerz, McKenzie Payton, Loderhose and ? for the final margin. The Tigers were able to get into the Vikings box several times during the game, with both Jessica Diaz and Jamileth Henriquez creating problems for the defense but were unable to score. The highlight for the ladies came late when GK Phylicia Lewis stopped a penalty kick that was awarded for a hard tackle in the box.
Nixa Eagles – 3
Lebanon Yellowjackets – 0
Nixa got goals from Courtney Frerichs and a brace from newcomer Lauren Moats, to earn the win. Kelsey Bartell had assists on the 1st and 3rd goal, Rachel Murphy on the 2nd goal. Shutout: Kristin Miller
Blue Springs South Jaguars – 2
Kickapoo Chiefs – 1
Park Hill South Panthers – 2
Ozark Tigers – 1
Alicia Collard gave the Tigers the initial lead on her goal in the first half, assisted by Shannon Lacker. Park Hill knotted the score a minute into the second half on a quick counter attack. The Panther’s got the game-winner in the 67th minute on another quick counter attack. The Panther’s are ranked #10 in the preseason poll (Glendale is #9).
Jefferson City Jays – 1
Hazelwood West – 2 (2nd OT)
From STLhighschoolSports: The Wildcats win on a goal with 3 min remaining in the 2nd OT by Suzy Ryan. The Wildcats were clearly the more skilled of the two teams but they only had one goal to show for it in regulation. Kim Hawn put her team up 1-0 with a high rocket over the outstretched hands of Jays keeper Kelsey Vaught with 14 minutes left in the first half.
Jefferson City’s Kinsey Shouse tied the game 1-1 with 19:32 remaining in the second half on a penalty kick.on a low screamer past Hazelwood West goalkeeper Ashton Aubuchon, who dove but had no chance to stop it.
The win helped Hazelwood West improve to 4-0 while Jeff City fell to 3-1.