Month: June 2011

Sporting KC’s Davy Arnaud out 6 weeks

Sporting KC captain Davy Arnaud is expected to miss the next six weeks after undergoing sports hernia surgery.

“I’m a quick healer and will work hard to get back on the field,” Arnaud said in a press release. “With the new stadium and our commitment to making the playoffs, I will do whatever it takes to return and contribute on the field.”

Arnaud, 31, is the longest-tenured player on the Sporting roster. He has been in the league for 10 seasons.

Arnaud has played in 15 matches this season. He did not play in Sporting KC’s US Open Cup match against Chicago PDL on Tuesday.

This is the second sports hernia injury the team has incurred this year, Omar Bravo was sideline with the same ailment to start the year.

 escorting sites

Korede Aiyegbusi, Sporting KC

US Open Cup – Sporting KC Thru To Quarterfinals

Korede Aiyegbusi, Sporting KC
Korede Aiyegbusi, Sporting KC
June 28, 2011) – Sporting Kansas City defeated the Chicago Fire PDL by a score of 3-0 in the third round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup on Tuesday night at LIVESTRONG Sporting Park in Kansas City, Kansas.

Teal Bunbury, Milos Stojcev and Kei Kamara provided the goals and Eric Kronberg made one save for a Sporting Kansas City side that now advances to the quarterfinal round of the tournament for the first time since 2009. Sporting Kansas City will host the Richmond Kickers on July 12th at LIVESTRONG Sporting Park.

The action got going early, as Sporting were able to convert their first chance of the match in just the third minute. A foul at the edge of the area saw a free kick given against the Fire PDL. Standing over the ball, Luke Sassano rolled a quick pass to Teal Bunbury, and the second-year forward smashed a low drive past Fire PDL goalkeeper David Meves.

Catch the whole story on the Sporting KC website, including video

[smugmug url=”″ title=”Springfield%20Soccer%20Photos” imagecount=”100″ start=”1″ num=”21″ thumbsize=”Th” link=”smugmug” captions=”true” sort=”true” window=”false” smugmug=”false” size=”M”]how to be a high class escort

Springfield SC 94/95 Boys at Region 2 Tournament

Region 2 Tournament: SSC’s Run Ends In SemiFinals

Springfield SC 94/95 Boys at Region 2 Tournament
Springfield SC 94/95 Boys at Region 2 Tournament by Duane Moses
The Springfield SC 94/95 Boys will play against the Cincinnati Crew Jr’s at 10am today in the U16 Boys semifinals.

There are several other teams from Missouri who have reached the semifinals as well including the U13 Boys Sporting KC Jr’s, U18 Girls Scott Gallagher (Cline & Hatz), U16 Girls JB Marine Wipke, U18 Girls KCFC Intensity (Groom, Clark and other Liberty Jay’s), U15 Girls KCFC Futura Academy and in the U17 Boys, Scott Gallagher will face Lou Fusz Popovic ensuring one Missouri team will reach the Finals.

8:00 am games
U13B Sporting KC Jrs (MO) – 3
Pacesetter Premier (OH) – 1

U16G JB Marine Wipke (MO) – 1
MI Hawks 95 (MI) – 5

U18G St Louis Scott Gallagher – 0
Mockingbird (KY) – 2

U18G KCFC Intensity – 1
FC Milwaukee – 2

10am games
U16B Raiders FC (IL) – 3
MN Thunder Academy 95 (MN) – 4

U16B CUP Crew Juniors Gold (OH-S) – 2 (OT)
Springfield SC (MO) – 1
A goal in the 10th minute by Mitch Moncada (Catholic), assisted by Ismael Serratos (Carthage) provided the team with their 4th straight game holding the lead. Unfortunately their stout defense, which had not surrendered a goal in the 3 group stage games, gave up one in the second half, leading to overtime. The Ohio squad scored again in the 1st OT and held on to win, advancing to the Final tomorrow.

The boys finish 3-1 in reaching the semifinals their first time to Regionals. The three group games were all shutouts, with a 5-0 advantage in goals scored vs surrendered.

Cincinnati United Crew advance to the Regional Final against the MN Thunder Academy who won 4-3 in their semifinal against the Raiders (IL)

12pm games
U17B St Louis Scott Gallagher Gold (MO) –
Lou Fusz Gold Popovic (MO) –

U15G Michigan Hawks (MI) –
KCFC/Futura Academy (MO) – top class escorts

Sporting Kansas City Host Chicago Fire PDL in U.S. Open Cup Tuesday

I’ll be taking in Livestrong Sporting Park on Tuesday for the US Open Cup match between Sporting KC and the Chicago Fire PDL squad. Look for photos and a game story on Wednesday. Sporting KC offers these notes on the match…

Fresh off a win in MLS play over the weekend, Sporting Kansas City faces a quick turnaround as they host Chicago Fire PDL of the USL Premier Development League Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. CT in the third round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. The match will be held at LIVESTRONG Sporting Park and is the first-ever U.S. Open Cup match to be played at the brand new stadium.

Tickets for the match are just $10 for Sporting Kansas City season ticket members and $15 for the general public. Tickets can be purchased here or at the LIVESTRONG Sporting Park box office.

Sporting Kansas City enter the third round of the tournament by virtue of a 5-0 win over the New England Revolution on May 25th at the Blue Valley District Activities Complex in Overland Park, Kansas. Chance Myers and C.J. Sapong each scored twice while Aurelien Collin got his first competitive goal for Sporting Kansas City in the victory.

The Fire PDL enter Tuesday’s contest after edging the NPSL’s Madison 56ers by a 2-0 scoreline in Madison, Wisconsin on Wednesday, June 22nd. Andrew Ribeiro and Thierry Zahui got the goals in a match that took 24 hours to complete after a lightning delay forced the match to be abandoned the previous night.

The winner of Tuesday’s contest will advance to the quarterfinal round of the tournament, set to be held on July 12th, against the winner of the match between the Columbus Crew and the Richmond Kickers of USL Pro. Should Sporting Kansas City advance, the quarterfinal match will be played at LIVESTRONG Sporting Park.

The U.S. Open Cup has been held annually since 1914 and is named after Lamar Hunt, original owner of Sporting Kansas City from 1995-2006. Kansas City won the U.S. Open Cup in 2004,defeating the Chicago Fire 1-0 on a golden goal by striker Igor Simutenkov off a free kick in the 95th minute at Arrowhead Stadium on September 22nd, 2004. Current Sporting Kansas City captain Davy Arnaud featured in the starting lineup for Kansas City in the final.escort in call

Springfield SC 94/95 at Region2 1632

Region 2 Championships – Springfield SC to Semifinals!

The final day of group stage and everyone is still in a position to advance. The photos are from the win on Sunday, including the PK goal by Josh McCutcheon, and are provided by Duane Moses who’s son Dallas (Catholic) is a midfielder for SSC. The boys kick off at 8am this morning needing a tie to advance.

U16 Boys Springfield SC – 1
Everest SC Black (OH-N) – 0
A second half goal by Ismael Serratos (Carthage) in the 71st minute has given the boys their third straight shutout win in the group stages and they now advance to the Semifinals tomorrow at 10am. Awaiting word on winner of Carmel United U16 Elite (IN) vs CUP Crew Juniors Gold (OH-S) match. It’s the Crew!

The Cincinnati United Premiere (CUP) Crew Gold squad finished 1st in the Midwest Regional League Premier East this Spring, finishing 6-1. Their sole loss was to the Everest SC Black team, 3-0 on April 10th in Cincinnati. The team is ranked 2nd in the Region according to GotSoccer.

U19 Boys St Louis Scott Gallagher Elite – 0
Javanon 92 (KY) – 2
The loss appears to have finished the teams run at Regionals. A 2-1 finish with six points ties them with the KCFC Spartans (KS) but the Spartans have a +5 GD compared to Gallagher’s +1, meaning the Wild Card spot will elude them.

U17 Girls St. Louis Scott Gallagher – 2
Cincinnati Soccer Alliance U17 Elite (OH-S) – 0
The win was not sufficient to allow Molly Brewer (Glendale) and her teammates to advance as the MN Thunder Academy tied Lexington and advance with a 2-0-1 record and 7 points versus Gallaghers six points from two wins.

U18 Girls St. Louis Scott Gallagher – 3
E Iowa United 92/93 (IA) – 0
The STL representatives, which include Emily Cline (Glendale) and Shelby Hatz (Catholic), advance to the semifinals with a 2-0-1 record and 7 points. They avoid the KCFC Intensity squad that includes Shea Groom and Kaysie Clark of the Liberty Jays who advance with the 3-0 record and 18 goals scored. They will instead play Mockingbird (KY) who advanced via PK’s against Eclipse (IL) when both teams finished 2-0-1 with a +8 GD. Eclipse was the #1 ranked team in the Region while Mockingbird is #10

woman escort