Parkview Vikings – 1
Carthage Tigers – 4
The District 12 defending champions opened their season at Parkview tonight with a win. The Vikings took the initial lead on Brian Otradovec’s goal only to see the Tiger’s tie it before the end of the first half. Carthage iced the win with a pair of goals in the final 5 minutes for the final margin. A Class 3 Coach who was watching the game noted that Viking’s keeper Evan Barber played extremely well in keeping Parkview close tonight.
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Branson Pirates – 4
Logan Rogersville Wildcats – 3
The Pirates opened the 2010 season with a win against COC small school rival Logan Rogersville. Scoring four goals the Pirates worked the ball well and created several other scoring opportunities. The scoring was lead by senior Fernando Cedeno who scored twice and had an assist, Kyle Hoeck and Gabe Kovacs added the other two goals and Carlos Mena had two assists. Brenden Williams scored twice for Logan-Rogersville and Brook Frazier also scored.
College Heights Crusaders – 1
Webb City Cardinals – 3
The Cardinals, newly promoted to Class 3, opened against cross-town small school rival College Heights, returning to Boys soccer after two years without a team.
College Heights JV fell to Webb City JV by 3-0 score.
Camdenton Lakers – 2
West Plains Zizzers – 0
In an early season match up in the Ozark Conference, the Laker’s continue their unbeaten streak from 2009 with the shutout win over the Zizzers. West Plains kept the game close in the first half which finished 0-0 but gave up a brace in the second half. The game also is the first Class 3 District 10 game for the Zizzer’s who move back up after four years of play in Class 2.
Greenwood Blue Jays – 3
New Covenant Warriors – 0
The Greenwood JV also got a shutout, winning 5-0
Hillcrest Hornets – 0
Waynesville Tigers – 7
The Tigers, faced with replacing 9 starters from last years District semifinalists, opened with a display of offense that could bode well in their effort to compete in District 10 this year. Seniors Gehrig Haberstock and Kevin Johnson will lead a team that will challenge teams to run with them and appear to have the scoring capabilities that could separate them from the pack.
The Hornets, winless in 2009, look to rebound from that season with a team that looks athletic and has a good complement of skills. With a new Coach it may take some time for the team to gell but as noted by a knowledgeable observer, they were prepared from the opening kickoff tonight.
Willard Tigers – 10
Aurora Houn ‘Dawgs – 0
Marshfield Blue Jays –
Ozark Tigers –
Joplin Eagles â€“ 10
Lebanon Yellowjackets â€“ 0
Joplin JV also shut out the Lebanon JV, 6 â€“ 0
Columbia Rockbridge – 1
Rolla Bulldogs – 0
I added schedules from the Glendale Falcons, Greenwood Blue Jays, Monett Cubs and Catholic Fightin’ Irish that were submitted by their Booster Clubs or Coach. Has your team submitted their schedule?