Month: November 2010

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2011 Missouri State Cup Headed For St Louis

From the Missouri Youth Soccer Association website – The MYSA Board of Directors has voted to award the 2011 State Cup to the St. Louis Youth Soccer Association (SLYSA) in St. Louis, MO. The event will be held June 11 – 15, 2011.

We would also like to officially thank Lake Country Soccer and Capital Soccer Club for submitting bids to host State Cup. Both bids were thorough and each demonstrated the operational ability to host a great event.

Further details regarding State Cup, including rules, entry fee, and housing information will be posted very soon.body to body massage dubai

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Watch U17 MNT In 3 Games This Week On Fox Soccer Channel

CHICAGO (Nov. 4, 2010) – The 2010 Development Academy Winter Showcase and Nike International Friendlies will be held from Dec. 1-7 at the Reach 11 Sports Complex in Phoenix, Ariz. All 78 Academy clubs will be on hand for three games of non-Conference play alongside the Under-17 Men’s National Teams from the U.S., Brazil, Korea Republic and Turkey.

Fox Soccer Channel will televise all three of the U.S. U-17 MNT games, starting with the match against Korea Republic on Dec. 1, Brazil on Dec. 3 and Turkey on Dec. 5, with all three games kicking off at 5 p.m. local time (6 p.m. CT). For the first time, the six-game round-robin event will be played as a tournament and crown a champion. It will be one of the last events for Wilmer Cabrera’s team ahead of the 2011 CONCACAF U-17 Championship in February.

The event in Phoenix will mark the eighth Nike International Friendlies, previously called the Nike National Team Friendlies, since 2003. The U.S. U-17 MNT has participated in all eight competitions while Brazil will be appearing for the sixth time. The Reach 11 Complex will host the Winter Showcase for the second-consecutive year, with 18 fields, all equipped with lights, hosting as many as 60 games in a single day. escort in uae

Taylor Arens, Springfield Catholic (2011)

Missouri High School Soccer: Class 1 District 10 Recognition

Taylor Arens, Springfield Catholic (2011)
Taylor Arens, Springfield Catholic (2011)
2010 Class 1 District 10 All District Team as chosen by the Coaches. It includes Springfield Catholic, District Champion and 2nd place finisher at State this year along with Greenwood, New Covenant, College Heights and Thomas Jefferson.

Player of the Year – Taylor Arens, Sr, Springfield Catholic
Offensive P.O.Y. – Adam Entrup, Sr, Springfield Catholic
Defensive P.O.Y – Josh Moncada, Sr, Springfield Catholic
Keeper P.O.Y. – Levi Millsap, Sr, Springfield Catholic
Coach of the Year – Joe Kofron, Springfield Catholic

1st Team
Taylor Arens, 12 – Midfielder, Springfield Catholic
Levi Millsap, 12 – Keeper, Springfield Catholic
Adam Entrup, 12 – Forward, Springfield Catholic
Josh Moncada, 12 – Defender, Springfield Catholic
Stuart Beezley, 12 – Midfield, Greenwood
Devon Whitlock, 12 – Forward, Greenwood
Hawken Thieme, 12 – Forward, Greenwood
Brantly Gossett, 10 – Forward, College Heights
Evan Belk, 11 – Keeper, College Heights
Tanner Stever, 12 – Midfield, New Covenant
Josh Harrison, 12 – Midfield, New Covenant
Alex Oserowsky, 11 – Forward, Thomas Jefferson

2nd Team
Luke Straus, 11 – Forward, Springfield Catholic
Nick Kofran , 12 – Forward, Springfield Catholic
Connor Dahlberg, 12 – Defender, Springfield Catholic
Reid Harbach, 11 – Defender, Springfield Catholic
Cory McCoy , 12 – Defender, Greenwood
Ben Whitlock, 12 – Defender, Greenwood
Jack Hogan, 11 – Defender, Greenwood
Jake Hadcock, 12 – Defender, College Hieights
Dalton Zarrabi, 9 – Forward, College Hieights
Jeff Ruggeri, 11 – Defender, New Covenant
Michael Gloden, 12 – Keeper, New Covenant
Jake Hockman, 11 – Defender, Thomas Jefferson

Honarable Mention
Harrison Price, 12 – Defender, New Covenant
Jordan Johnston, 12 – Defender, Greenwood
Andy Godwin, 12 – Defender, Greenwood
Drew Satterfield, 10 – Midfield , College Heights
Mitchell Moncada, 10 – Forward, Springfield Catholic
Evan Craig, 10 – Midfield, Springfield Catholic
Xavier Welch, 11 – Goal Keeper, Thomas Jefferson
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Joe Curti, Carthage Tigers (2011) in 2010 Quarterfinal

Missouri High School Soccer: Class 3 District 12 Honors

Joe Curti, Carthage Tigers (2011) in 2010 Quarterfinal
Joe Curti, Carthage Tigers (2011) in 2010 Quarterfinal
2010 Class 3 District 12 Boys Soccer All District Teams as chosen by the Coaches, includes District champions Carthage, Joplin, Central, Willard, Webb City and Neosho.
 
MVP – Joe Curti, Sr, Carthage 
Offensive – Parker Maher, Jr, Joplin 
Defensive – Jackson Patillo, Sr, Willard 
Goalie – Ludin Gonzalez, Jr, Carthage 
Coach – Jacob Osborne, Carthage 
 
1st  Team 
Austin Bolt, B – Joplin 
Jacob Chappell, M – Willard 
Joe Curti, F –  Carthage 
Nathan Fisher,  M – Joplin 
Ludin Gonzales,  GK –  Carthage 
Kyle Handley,    M – Webb City 
Jared Hill,    F – Neosho 
Parker Maher,    CM – Joplin 
Mark Navarette,  CM/D –  Carthage 
Jackson Patillo,  D/CM –  Willard 
Jordan Salvato,  D – Central 
Ismael Serratos,  F – Carthage 
 
2nd Team 
Cesar Aguirre,    M – Carthage 
Alex Christian,    F – Webb City 
Jace Cooke,    F – Webb City 
Lucas Kemper,  F – Joplin 
Ian Kelly,    D – Central 
Victor Lopez,    F – Carthage 
Manny Marquez,  D – Carthage 
Jaxn Rogers,   D – Willard 
Barac Sanchez,  M – Neosho 
Kyle Scranton,    M – Central 
Ryan Stober,    F – Willard 
Blake Ward,    GK – Joplin 
 
Honorable Mention 
Walter Avalos,    M – Carthage 
Landon Baker,    D – Neosho 
Austin Drake,    GK – Neosho 
John Gilmore,    GK – Central 
Zach Harrell,    F – Central 
Walfre Hernandez,  D – Webb City 
Josh Lingurar,   F – Willard 
Griffen Locke,    D – Joplin 
Hernan Luna,   D – Carthage 
Joe Rice,    F/M – Joplin 
Brandon Shultz,  M – Webb City 
Garrett Welker,  M – Willard nuru massage in dubai

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2011 Women’s World Cup Draw includes USA vs North Korea

fifa-womens-world-cup-2From US Soccer, via the draw in FRANKFURT, Germany (Nov 29, 2010) – The U.S. Women’s National Team will face Korea DPR, Colombia and Sweden in Group C at the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup taking place from June 26-July 17 in Germany. The Final Draw took place on Monday evening at the Frankfurt Congress Center in Frankfurt, Germany.

The U.S. will open Group C play against Korea DPR on June 28 in Dresden at the Rudolf-Harbig Stadium on the third match day of the tournament, face Colombia in Sinsheim on July 2 at the Rhein Neckar Arena and finish group play against Sweden on July 6 at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Stadium Wolfsburg.

The USA’s group, which looks to be the most difficult of the four, features three of the top six teams in the world in the USA (1), Sweden (4) and Korea DPR (6).

“This is the best thing that could have happened,” U.S. head coach Pia Sundhage said. “It’s a tough group and that’s exactly what we need. Coming off qualifying and playing in the playoff, knowing who we’re playing and going forward puts us in an excellent position. We’ll have the chance to play against different opponents and we’ll have to adjust our tactics and that’s fun. It will be easy as we go from one game to another to focus on different things because we’re playing against different cultures.”

The USA will be grouped with Korea DPR and Sweden in first round play for the third consecutive Women’s World Cup, and Korea DPR for the fourth straight time. The meeting with Colombia will be the first-ever for the U.S. women.

Prior to the Final Draw, host Germany and the highest ranked teams in the current FIFA Women’s World Rankings from Asia, CONCACAF and South America were seeded. Germany was placed in Group A at A1, Japan was placed in Group B at B1, the United States was placed in Group C at C1 and Brazil was placed in Group D at D1. hottest girls on craigslist