Month: September 2010

First Annual J&K Soccer Tent Sale

jandksoccer.comJ&K Soccer would like to announce their first annual tent sale the dates of October 1st and 2nd 2010. J&K Soccer will be hosting a tent sale at their location at 2335 E. Chestnut Expressway from 10am to 6pm on Friday October 1st, and 10am to 4pm on Saturday October 2nd.

Sales items will include soccer apparel, shoes, and novelty items. To make room for new inventory J&K Soccer is pricing current styles and lines to sell.

For more information, or for directions please contact J&K Soccer at 417-866-9999.pakistani call girl

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Willard Soccer Tournament Opens

Willard Tigers logoThe games open with a pair of games today and another pair on Friday, which will lead to the winners and losers brackets that kick off on Saturday morning at 8am. Games are being played on both the East and West Fields, located behind the Willard East Elementary School, accessible from Highway O/Kime Street

Tonight’s Games:
Cassville Wildcats – 4
Logan-Rogersville Wildcats – 0

Willard Tigers – 8
Hillcrest Hornets – 0

Friday’s Games:
Game 3: Bolivar vs New Covenant at 4:00 (West Field)

Game 4: Webb City vs Monett at 4:00 (East Field)

Saturday’s Brackets:
Game 5: Winner of game 3 vs Winner of game 4 at 8:00 am (West Field)
Game 6: Loser of game 3 vs Loser of game 4 at 8:00 am (East Field)
Game 7: Winner of Game 1 vs Winner of Game 2 at 10:00 am (West Field)
Game 8: Loser of Game 1 vs Loser of Game 2 at 10:00 am (East Field)

5th place game will be played at 12:00 pm (East Field)
3rd Place game will be played at 12:00 pm (West Field)
Championship game will be played at 2:00 pm (West Field)

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Nixa Captures Backyard Brawl Over Ozark

Sep 30th – Nixa Shuts Out Ozark, Mike Howard Win’s 300th

Nixa Eagles – 1
Ozark Tigers – 0
A goal in the 18th minute by jr Jameson McFadden, assisted by JR Corey Cann, provided the difference on the scoreboard tonight in this Christian County derby. The goal was the culmination of a sustained attack by the Eagles as the kept the visitors under constant pressure from the outset.

Sr Ryan Bilyeu kept the game close for the Tigers as he blunted half-a-dozen shots while his defense worked hard to keep Nixa from an easy goal. While Ozark worked hard to generate an attack of their own, it wasn’t until the 32nd min that they got into the Eagles box, earning a corner kick.

Photo Gallery (or see a sample at bottom of the page)

The 2nd half was more even but the midfield duo of Cann and Drake Trease, club teammates with Springfield SC, bring a fluidity and control that make Nixa a team to watch. If they can generate a more consistent offensive output, they could be a handful in late October. Check out my interview with them below. There is also a highlight video down below with the photo gallery of an early opportunity that is a good sample of the Eagle’s attack in the 1st half.

Preview: at Nixa Jr HS, this COC and District 11 game is being promoted as the Backyard Brawl


Greenwood Blue Jays – 3
Branson Pirates – 1
at Greenwood, a pair of goals scored by Stuart Beezley, the first assisted by Cory McCoy, gave the Blue Jays a lead they would not relinquish. Branson got close when Kyle Hoeck scored late in the first but Tim Looney sealed it with his unassisted goal in the second half. The Jays play Aurora Friday evening for their Homecoming game.

Laquey Hornets –
Osage Indians –

Joplin Eagles – 4
Parkview Vikings – 1
at Joplin, an Ozark Conference match up that goes to the home team. Two days after knocking off upstart Waynesville, the Vikings are unable to generate the offense they need.

Republic Tigers – 0
Marshfield Blue Jays – 1
Marshfield goal by Colton Harden (28th minute). Game was played at Kickapoo. Very solid performance by first year program Republic. Fourth shutout of the year for the Marshfield defense.

Aurora Houn’Dawgs – 0
Webb City Cardinals – 6
at Aurora, Webb City got goals from Brandon Mahaffey, Alex Christian, Matt Reynolds, Brandon Shultz, and Kyle Handley (2)

Helias Catholic – 0
Rolla Bulldogs – 1 (PKs)
at Jeff City Helias, tonight’s game was the 300th Boys win for Head Coach Mike Howard

Nixa Eagles early opportunity versus Ozark Tigers

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Backyard Brawl - Ozark at Nixa

Southwest Missouri Class 3 Boys High School Coaches Poll

Backyard Brawl - Ozark at Nixa
Backyard Brawl - Ozark at Nixa
The second poll of the season has been released by the Class 3 Coaches. It now looks closer to what we have seen for the six years I’ve been covering the regional game.

1. Carthage 10-2 (40)
2. Glendale 6-3-1 (34)
3. Kickapoo 8-2 (32)
4. Nixa 8-2 (18)
5. Ozark 8-3 (8)

Carthage remains in first place although their lead has narrowed (from 48-37 in the first poll to 40-34 here) and Glendale has now moved in front of Kickapoo and Nixa who move from 2nd to 3rd and 3rd to 4th respectively. Ozark replaces Joplin in the final spot.

Nixa and Ozark face each other tonight in what the Ozark Tiger’s website is calling the Backyard Brawl. Nixa hosts tonight in a game that includes COC and District seeding implications. Varsity game time is approximately 6:15 at Nixa Jr High, home of the Eagles.

Carthage has the weekend off, returning to play Monday against COC foes Branson. The Tiger’s shutout District opponent Willard on Tuesday and wait to play Joplin in late October to determine top seed in District 12.

Glendale and Kickapoo head to St Louis this weekend, along with Catholic, to play in the Gateway City Classic (more info shortly). dubai escort guid

Crocker Lions

Sep 29th Games

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Richland Bears – 2
Crocker Lions – 7
at Richland, the Lions got goals from Jessie Tart(2), Austin Rogers (2), Teddy Zeigenbein, Sawyer Brown and Cory Porter

Camdenton Lakers – 2
Helias Catholic Crusaders – 1
at Camdenton HS, the Laker’s goals were scored by Robbie Hoffman, a penalty kick, and by Kyler Moore (Sal Laferla assist). Helias scored their only goal with 5:00+ left. Rumor has it that Rayder Bennett is once again on the pitch and his recovery is complete.

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