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Missouri Girls Soccer: Class 2 Southwest Region Honors

Glendale Falcons vs Lebanon Yellowjackets, District 11 Final.
Player of the Year – Lorin Opfer, Sr, Glendale (#4 in red)
Offensive Player of the Year – Katie Pritchard, Sr, Waynesville
Defensive Player of the Year – Ashley McWilliams, So, Glendale
Co-Keeper of the Year – Paige Hemphill, So, Ozark
Co-Keeper of the Year – Abbey Roam, Sr, Lebanon
Coach of the Year – Jeff Rogers, Glendale
Position – Player, Year – School
M – Kaitlin Bramel, Sr – Rolla
M – Emily Cline, Fr – Glendale
K – Paige Hemphill, So – Ozark
B – Megan Jenisch, So – Ozark
M – Katy McClain, Sr – Kickapoo
B – Ashley McWilliams, So – Glendale
M – Lorin Opfer, Sr – Glendale
F – Katie Pritchard, Sr – Waynesville
M – Brianna Ragains, Sr – Lebanon
K – Abbey Roam, Sr – Lebanon
F – Chealsey Russell, Sr – Kickapoo
M – Jaclyn Standfast, So – Rolla
M – Hanna Winkel, Jr – Lebanon

M – Becca Carter, Sr – Central
M – Erica Freiert, Jr – Kickapoo
F – Megan Gunnels, So – Ozark
M – Kelsey Haist, Fr – Nixa
M – Lauren Kelly, Sr – Waynesville
M – Jessica Maerz, So – Parkview
F – Shelby Murray, Jr – Neosho
K – Randi Russell, Sr – Joplin
F – Lindsey Sprouse, So – Glendale
F – Shelby Stewart, So – Parkview
M – Megan Stodden, So – Ozark
B – Sara Tindall, Sr – Neoshohigh end escorts nyc

Sayonara Regular Season

Glendale Falcons at Kickapoo ChiefsGlendale Falcons – 4
Kickapoo Chiefs – 2
The Falcon’s earned their second win of the season over the Chiefs this evening on the strength of a pair of goals in stoppage time at the end of the first half. Both goals were opportunistic, with fortunate bounces in the run of play that were difficult reminders of the challenges the Chiefs have faced this season. The first, the ultimate game-winner, was scored by Falcon’s sophomore Lindsey Sprouse. An attempted clearance was deflected and “Sprousie” picked up the loose ball and went into the box unmarked before burying her shot. Less than a minute later, season assist leader Jeni Frewin found space on the left side and lifted her shot over the on-rushing keeper to the far post for a 2-0 lead.

The Chiefs imposed themselves on the visitors in the second half, only to see senior Rachel Duckworth deny them in the 49th minute when she some how found the length necessary to push the Chief’s shot wide. A minute later freshman McKenna Adams found the crossbar for the second time in the game before setting up senior Katy McLain for a goal in the 51st. Adam’s was a challenge for the Falcon’s all evening and on this occasion as she drew a pair of defenders on her run down the right side, she slid a square ball into the path of McLain’s parallel run down the left. Chiefs within one.

Glendale Falcons at Kickapoo ChiefsThe rivalry always brings the best out in these ladies however and the Falcon’s attacked with renewed energy. Frewin saw her shot in the 57th go off the right upright with goalkeeper Shannon Johnson covering the rebound in the face of a hard challenge. A corner kick in the 64th was somehow sent over the crossbar, Johnson covered another Sprouse breakaway, but in the 68th senior Lorin Opfer buried a corner kick from Emilee Williams to increase the margin yet again.

The Chiefs got a penalty kick goal by senior Chealsey Russell in the 73rd minute after a push in the box. It required two attempts as senior Rachel Duckworth guessed correctly and blocked the initial shot but Russell didn’t miss the rebound opportunity. The final margin came late on yet another corner kick, this time Frewin running onto Emily Cline’s driven ball.

The Chief’s finish the regular season 10-10, losing their last two games but showing a renewed attack with the return of Russell, Blotter and Anderson from injury. Their District 12 opponents should be forewarned. The Falcon’s finish 17-5, 8-1 in the Ozark Conference, and have a group of seniors who remember well both the joy of District victory as sophomores and the disappointment of last years failure in the semifinals. Someone needs to buy some fireworks for the games in Lebanon next week.

Photos slideshow from the game

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Waynesville Tigers – 3 (2 OT)
Nixa Eagles – 2
Reports indicated the Eagles came out and played really well in taking the top-seeded team in the region to two overtime periods. They scored first, in the first half on a direct kick. Waynesville got a pair in the second half, a PK by Katie Pritchard and Lynette Newcomb from Tasha Lord, take the lead. A penalty kick by Nixa tied the score until Pritchard got the game-winner, assist from Erica Combs.

Parkview Vikings – 2
Willard Tigers -0
Goals by Emmy Dale (assist-Shelbie Stewart) and Jessica Maerz (assist-Emmy Dale). Shutout- Caylin Manary

Lebanon Yellowjackets – 10
Central Bulldogs – 0
Senior Abbey Roam scored her first career goal and Emily Boyer returned from illness and scored as well. The Yellowjackets just got tougher in time for Districts.

Rolla Bulldogs – 3
Union Wildcats – 0
Junior Kim Carter netted the first goal on an assist from sophomore Jaclyn Standfast to take the lead in the 8th minute. The Bulldogs also said goodbye to their two seniors, Kaitlin Bramel and Anne Drallmeier.

Ozark hosts West Plains
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Waynesville Tigers Earn Second Straight Ozark Conference Crown

Waynesville Tigers Earn 1st Win Ever Over Glendale FalconsWaynesville Tigers – 7
Parkview Vikings – 0
Katie Pritchard scored 4 goals this evening, reaching a regional milestone. She now has 167 goals for her career, tying her with Anne Felts of the Rolla Bulldogs as the most prolific scorer in Southwest Missouri. Michaele Fulmer of KC O’Hara owns the state record with 204 but Katie’s next goal will place her second in the state record books. She’s pictured from the game against Glendale earlier this season when she scored a hat trick, including the game winner in OT.

In addition, the Tigers completed a 9-0 run through the Ozark Conference this evening with their win over the Vikings. Glendale is their closest competitor, and shared the crown with them last year, but it is the Tigers alone at the top this season. Congratulations to Coach Josh Scott and his squad!

Springfield Catholic – 6
Bolivar Liberators – 0
Springfield Catholic vs Bolivar Liberators The Liberators visited this evening and fought hard (that’s senior Lindsy Archer pictured) but were unable to break through the Irish defense. Tara Bailes, playing her first full match without her knee brace, led Catholic with three goals and an assist. Anna DeLong scored twice and Shelby Hatz once, while Natalie Smid had two assists and Emily Kessler had one.

The Liberators had a few good opportunities in the first half (while I was there), the best when freshman midfielder Izzy Mersch sent Archer into the box with a nice diagonal ball. Archer was able to find space in the box and get her shot off but freshman Rachel Scott reacted well to the ball and pulled it in. The rematch will likely be Wednesday May 14th in the District Final. Photo slideshow from the 1st Half.

Glendale Falcons vs Lebanon YellowjacketsGlendale Falcons – 2
Lebanon Yellowjackets – 1
The wind was blowing hard tonight but the Falcon’s didn’t let it disturb them as they rebounded from an early goal by the Yellowjackets, scoring two against the wind in the first half to eke out the victory over last years vanquishers. Lebanon got on the scoreboard in the 3rd minute when Hanna Winkel won a 50/50 ball in the offensive end and broke past the defense. She shot quickly and caught the keeper off the line and the ball just went in under the crossbar. The Falcon’s evened it in the 14th minute when the defense was caught napping on a corner kick by Jamie Bond. Lindsay Sprouse was unmarked in the box and one-timed her shot into the left side of the net.

In the 23rd minute, it was Karis Hefton who got the game-winner (pictured). She was sent into the box on a fine through ball by senior Megan Garrad, and despited being challenged as she entered the box, Hefton hammered a shot from the penalty spot that blew by the keeper into the roof of the net.

The second half was scoreless, as both goal keepers stepped up tonight. Abbey Roam for the Yellowjackets had to face a half dozen corners kicks as the Falcons used the wind and their speed to get into the corners but she didn’t back down, including one remarkable sequence that finished with her diving at Lou Opfer’s feet to finish it. Rachel Duckworth, for the Falcons, continues her on-the-job training with a flourish. In the 65th, Lebanon counter-attacked from a Glendale corner kick and sent Chelsey LeFors in on goal. Duckworth’s instincts were excellent, coming out quickly and diving for the ball. The rebound was sent back in quickly but somehow Rachel was able to get back up and make the final save, diving once again as the attacker tumbled over her in the box.

Both teams went about their jobs in workmanlike fashion tonight, saving the real intensity for the District playoffs I have to assume. Lebanon needs to show patience in the offensive end while trying to avoid giving up the corner kicks and fouls outside the box. The Falcons are going to have to improve their efficiency on set pieces if they want to avoid these close games. All of it bodes well for the spectators as the District 11 playoffs offer some excellent soccer. I’d also be remiss if I didn’t send a shout out to Lebanon’s Emily Boyer, their sophomore midfielder is out with mono. I missed her energy. Janell Glidden was a talented, physical presence in the middle and up top for the Yellowjackets and a new face for me. Welcome back to the game! Photo slideshow from the game.

Camdenton Lakers – 3 (PKs)
Joplin Eagles – 2
The Lady Lakers defeated Joplin in a penalty kick shootout. Camdenton led 1-0 early in the match when sophomore midfielder Jessica Smith received a pass across the mouth of the goal from senior Meg Manzer. The score stayed 1-0 until the second minute of the second half when Joplin scored on a free kick that got past senior goalie Krista Murphy. The 1-1 score held until 10 minutes left in the match when Manzer was fouled inside the penalty area and senior midfielder Blaire Baker scored on a penalty kick. With less than two minutes left in the match, a Camdenton foul inside the penalty area resulted in Joplin tying the match up 2-2, again via the penalty spot.

After two ten-minute over time periods, the match went to a pk shootout. It was Camdenton’s third of the season and Joplin’s first. The Lady Lakers won the shootout as all five of Camdenton’s shooters made their penalty kick. Camdenton’s Krista Murphy was able to stop Joplin’s third shooter on a diving save that was pushed off the right post and rolled back towards the shooter. Joplin’s fourth shooter scored on a penalty kick which left it up to Camdenton freshman Ashley Paschel to calmly step up and hit her first ever high school penalty kick which ensured a Camdenton victory 5-3.

Willard Tigers – 2
Central Bulldogs – 1

Kickapoo Chiefs – 9
Hillcrest Hornets – 1

Ozark Tigers – 6
Neosho Wildcats – 0
Three seniors scored goals for the Lady Tigers on Senior Night en route to the shutout over district opponent Neosho. Kristen Glaubitz got two, Erica Hogan got one as did Jessica Bush. Sophomore Megan Gunnels and sophomore Alicia Collard rounded out the scoring for Ozark.

Nixa Eagles – 4
Marshfield Jays – 1
In the first ten minutes of the game, the Lady Eagles had scored two goals; one by senior forward Stephanie Allen and one by freshman out-side midfielder Kelsey Bartell. Both goals exemplified Nixa’s renewed confidence and hunger for goals. The Lady Jays’ Ashley Honeycutt slipped behind the Nixa defense and slotted the ball into the net soon after. Allen got two more in the second half for her hat trick.
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Tuesday’s Girls High School Soccer Reports

Parkview Vikings – 2
Nixa Eagles – 0
Freshman Kelsey Loderhose scored both goals in the opener for the Vikings, in an early match up between District opponents. Senior Kristine Malter assisted on one. Nixa’s JV beat PHS 1-0.

Poplar Bluff Mules – 5
West Plains Zizzers – 1
The Zizzer’s took the initial lead, scoring near the end of the first half on a header by Michelle Esterle off a Mollie Plocher Corner Kick. The Mules tied it with less than 1 minute to go in the half and got the game winner in the 14th minute of the second half. They would add 3 more before it was done.

Lebanon Yellowjackets – 4
Neosho Wildcats – 0
Sophomore Stephanie Fore got the game-winner in the 1st half on a header. Hannah Winkel scored a pair in the second half, both assisted by Brianna Ragains. Michelle Lindesmith completed the scoring. Abbey Roam with the shutout.

Meg Manzer, CamdentonJefferson City Jays – 2
Camdenton Lakers – 1
The Lakers finally got a match in last night and fell to District 10 opponent Jefferson City Lady Jays (2-2-0) at home. Camdenton senior Meg Manzer (pictured at left) scored a goal for the Lady Lakers 12 minutes into the first half. The one goal lead lasted until the 8th minute of the second half when Jeff City senior Katie Denning scored a goal from 25 yards out. Denning struck again from about the exact same spot just two minutes and ten seconds later giving the Lady Jays the lead for good.

Waynesville Tigers – 3
Ozark Tigers – 2
Katie Pritchard scored early in the second half to give the hosts the initial lead. Tasha Lord, on an assist from Lauren Kelly, added a second in the 60th. Ozark brought it within one shortly after on a goal by Megan Gunnells Brittany Matthews, assisted by Kristen Glabitz. Erica Combs, assisted by Pritchard, restored the two goal difference. Ozark brought it back to one on Matthews 19 yard shot that was heading right but was deflected off of a Waynesville player into the opposite side of the net. Coach Scott commented on the game

“Tom has his girls playing great already. I think this team will be trouble for its district opponents.”

Bolivar Liberators -1
Hillcrest Hornets – 0
Senior Lindsy Archer scored the game winner in the 70th minute (assist by freshman Jonna Welch). Bolivar outshot Hillcrest 28 – 4. In jv action, the Lady Liberators recorded their first win of the season with a 4-2 victory.sexy woman massage