The game with the most on the line tonight is a Class 2 match between District 11 foes Marshfield and Logan-Rogersville. In addition to being a Webster County derby, these two teams are part of a new five team line-up that opens one of them to becoming a District champion for the first time ever. The Blue Jays are the early pick after their first ever win over Bolivar earlier this season.
Logan-Rogersville Wildcats – 0
Marshfield Blue Jays – 1
Alex Cantrell scores the lone goal on a corner kick from Danielle Coffman in the first half. The Lady Jays then hold off a huge surge from Rog in the second half.
Nixa Eagles – 10
Branson Pirates – 0
Goals were scored by Payton DeHart, assisted by Kelsey Bartell; Bailey Pesek, assisted by Shelby Zielke; Brittany Kirkpatrick, assisted by DeHart; DeHart, assisted by Rachel Murphy and Pesek, assisted Halie Owen
in the first half. The second half saw goals scored by DeHart, assisted by Bartell; Bartell, assisted by Courtney Frerichs and Paige Townsend; Jordyn Hoskins, assisted by Kelsey Haist; Pesek unassisted and Jenny Hoffmann assist by Owen.
Shutout is shared by Kristin Miller and Lexi Stagner. Nixa is now 8-1. The Nixa JV won 6-0
Springfield Catholic – 8
Bolivar Liberators – 2
Freshman Nicole Ortega scored a brace (that’s two in British speak), one assisted by Emily Ortega. A brace by Shelby Hatz, one by Jordan Banasik and 3 by Natalie Smid. Bolivar goals by Jonna Welch and Mariah Roberts on a great header from an Izzy Mersch corner kick.
Willard Tigers –
Ozark Tigers –
Neosho Wildcats – 1
Carthage Tigers – 2 (2nd OT)
After taking an early lead, on Tori Eads goal in the 6th minute, the Wildcats saw the Tigers grab a 73rd minute equalizer. The game-winner was scored by senior Madolin Smith, headed for NEO A&M soccer in Miama, OK in the Fall, when she found space in the box following a counter-attack.