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Springfield SC 94/95 - Missouri State Champions 2011

Springfield SC 94/95 Competing At Region 2 Tourney

Springfield SC 94/95 - Missouri State Champions 2011The Springfield SC 94/95 Boys, fresh from their State Championship at the Missouri Cup last Thursday, are enroute to Appleton WI today to compete in the Region 2 Tourney. Part of the USYSA National Championship series, their State title sends them to this regional round with the regional age group winners then advancing to the National Championships in Phoenix next month.

The second team in Springfield Soccer Club to win a State Championship (the 90/91 age group won as 16 and 17 year olds in 2007 and 2008), they will be exposed to the Regional tournament for the first time. The tournament runs June 24-29 and like Cup will include a Group stage followed by knockout rounds.

I stopped by the final practice Thursday prior to their departures and got a few shots (see below) and chatted briefly with Josh McCutcheon (Kickapoo) and Evan Garrad (Glendale), the team captains:

Tournament Schedule:
Sat Jun 25 – 10:00 AM – SC Waukesha Pumas (WI) vs Springfield SC (MO)
Sun Jun 26 – 4:00 PM – Springfield SC (MO) – IL Galaxy (MRL2)
Mon Jun 27 – 8:00 AM – Everest SC Black (OH-N) – Springfield SC (MO)
Tue Jun 28 – 10:00 AM – [TBD] 1 of Pool B vs [TBD] 1 of Pool D
Wed Jun 29 – 8:30 AM – [TBD] Winner of Semifinals 1 vs [TBD] Winner of Semifinals 2

The team is part of Group D and the draw has some good news and some bad news. The good news is the opening match is against a team much like SSC, a first time competitor that comes from a program building new traditions in a state where FC Milwaukee is the dominant program. Waukesha (Wah-ka-shaw) is a western suburb of Milwaukee and where the highway turns North to Appleton. The other portion of the good news is the top-ranked team in the pool is Everest SC Black, ranked 5th in Region 2, but a team that SSC won’t have to face until they’ve played two prior games. That gives them the opportunity to become familiar with the environment, gain confidence and have current scouting reports on what will be the most difficult game of the tournament.

To get out of the group generally requires avoiding a loss and the first game is the most important. A loss in the first game is the most difficult of hurdles and avoiding Everest in that first game was the first piece of good fortune the boys will need. As the interview above notes, there is a quiet confidence and this is a good team with pace, a strong defensive will and enough inventiveness to be dangerous on this larger stage.

Coached by Eric Sorlie and Michael Seabolt from Missouri State (pictured in the white hat), I hope to have regular updates on their results.

There are several other local players competing this weekend as well. Emily Cline (Drury/Glendale) and Shelby Hatz (Drury/Catholic) are playing for St Louis Scott Gallagher at the U18 age bracket while Molly Brewer (Glendale) is playing for SLSG at the U17 age bracket.

ESPNrise.com did a preview of the Girls bracket that includes the KCFC Alliance squad that includes six players from the State Champion Liberty Jays. Regional Champs at U13 and U15, this is likely the last time these girls will play together and like the State tournament, their goal is to win the trophy.

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Oct 26th Games – Carthage Wins At Kickapoo

Carthage Tigers
Carthage Tigers
Kickapoo Chiefs – 1
Carthage Tigers – 3
at KHS, Tiger’s struck for a goal early in the 2nd half. Haven’t heard final yet! Well, well. Looks like I should have stayed for the 2nd half rather than heading over to Missouri State where the Bears handled Memphis quite easily. Mark you calendars for November 9th, when the winners of District 11 and 12 face off. Could these two teams meet again?


Webb City Cardinals – 3
Republic Tigers – 0
at Kickapoo, halftime score

Central Bulldogs – 3
Branson Pirates – 1
at Central High School

Hillcrest Hornets – 0
Nixa Eagles – 4
at Hillcrest HS, KhaiUyen Huynh scored the first goal of the afternoon, assisted by Drake Trease. Trease got the 2nd, assisted by Robert Neathery who then scored the 3rd goal unassisted. Andrew Schenck completed the scoring with his goal in the 2nd half, assisted by Drake Hughes. Mason Young and Josh Pittser shared the shutout. Nixa ends the regular season at 18-5, the best record in the history of Nixa boys soccer

Greenwood class of 2011
Greenwood class of 2011
Greenwood Blue Jays – 10
Lebanon Yellowjackets – 0
at Greenwood, it was Senior Recognition night. Goals were scored by Devon Whitlock assist Hawken Thieme; Robert Philpot assist Devon Whitlock; Stuart Beezley assist Devon Whitlock; Jack Hogan assist Cory McCoy; Hawken Thieme unassisted; Jack Hogan assist Hawken Thieme; Devon Whitlock unassisted; Hawken Thieme assist Devon Whitlock; Hawken Thieme unassisted; Ben Whitlock assist Stuart Beezley

Joplin Eagles – 2 (PKs)
Rolla Bulldogs – 1
at Joplin

Carl Junction Bulldogs –
Monett Cubs –
at Carl Junction

Neosho Wildcats –
Parkview Vikings –
at Neosho

Ozark Tigers – 6
West Plains Zizzers – 1
at Ozark

Cassville Wildcats – 1
Logan-Rogersville Wildcats – 2 (PKs)
at Cassville, per an observer – Fantastic defense from both teams. Rogersville goal by #21 Nathan Davis

Hickman Kewpies – 2
Camdenton Lakers – 0
at Hickman

School of the Osage Indians – 2
Bolivar Liberators – 7
at Osage, Bolivar goals by Jacob Hampton, Tim Armstrong (Magana), Tim Armstrong (Magana), Matt Magana (Mitchell Waters), Armstrong (Gage Mossman), Matt Magana, Josh Condren (Waters). Osage #11 two late goals in the last 10 minutes of play.

Bolivar seniors Matt Magana, Jacob Hampton, and Sterling Roberts tie the record for most wins by a class, they now have 80 wins. Liberators improve to 16-7. Osage falls to 11-14.

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Willard Tigers

Sep 13 Games – Willard and Joplin Win In District 12

Central Bulldogs -1
Willard Tigers – 3
A Class 3 District 12 match, the Tiger’s opened the scoring in the 29th min on Matt Jones unassisted goal. The Bulldogs came back only two minutes later when Peter Son scored on his run into the left side of the box, assisted by? and confidently slid his shot to the back post. Willard wasted no time in responding when in the 33rd min Jackson Patillo ran onto Jaxn Rogers corner kick and buried it. It came a minute after an earlier corner kick that Patillo rose to meet at the back post that was saved by Tom Pesek.

Willard added one more at 54 minutes when Jaxn Rogers ran into the right side of the box and buried his 12 yard shot from a severe angle into the roof of the net at the near post. It came as a result of a ball stolen from the Central defense on the left side which was then sent to the far right side by Josh Lingurar who found Rogers.

GK Aaron Wells had 6 saves for Willard and GK Tom Pesek had 8 saves for Central.

Neosho Wildcats – 0
Joplin Eagles – 7
A Class 3 District 12 match, the Eagles finally got to play only their second game of the season after seeing several games canceled due to weather. They took out their frustrations on their Southern neighbors.

Lebanon Yellowjackets – 0
Nixa Eagles – 8
A Class 3 match up, the Eagles got their first goal from KhaiUyen Huynh, assisted by Luke Moore. four more goals, by Andrew Schenck from Robert Neathery, Drake Trease from Moore, Neathery from Trease and Charlie Fenwick’s unassisted goal, gave Nixa an unassailable lead. 2nd Half goals by Austin Engleman from Scott Sterling, Moore from Weston Hanger and Trease from Hanger provided the final margin.

Nixa’s record is 5-2. JV won 5-0.

Linn Wildcats – 1
Crocker Lions – 8
A Class 1 match up, Crocker’s goals were scored by Cody Gibson, AJ Imilkowski (2), Jessie Tart, Teddy Zeigenbein, Cody Williams (2) and an own goal by Linn.

Branson Pirates – 2
Republic Tigers – 0
A COC match, Branson got goals from Kyle Hoeck (4) and Anthony Schreffler (2).

Branson JV defeated Republic 2-0 with goals by Kevin Hunn and Francisco Gallardo

Bolivar Liberators – 0
Warrensburg Tigers – 1
A Class 2 match up between potential Quarterfinal foes, Warrensburg gets the first win in two years between the former District foes. Warrensburg improves to 6-0-1 and Bolivar drops to 2-2

Monett Cubs – 0
Carl Junction Bulldogs – 4
A Class 2 District 10 clash

Marshfield Blue Jays – 2
Cassville Wildcats – 1
A Class 2 match between possible Sectional foes, Marshfield gets the win on the same evening that their district favorites (Bolivar) fall at home. Marshfield goals by Colton Harden (10th), Colton Harden from brother Christian Harden (33rd). Cassville goal by B.J. McGuffey (63rd).
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Springfield Soccer Club U15’s Go Undefeated In Midwest Regional League

Springfield SC U15 - 2010 MRL 1st Division Champions
Springfield SC U15 - 2010 MRL 1st Division Champions
This past weekend saw 3 Springfield SC teams travel to Overland Park, KS to play games in the Midwest Regional League (MRL). The 15I, 16, and 17 boy’s teams all currently play in the First Division. The weather was perfect for playing soccer. The 17 boys played their first game of the year against Springfield Fire (IL) and came away with a 4-1 victory. That’s a great way to start things off! The 16 boys played twice and came awaywith a split weekend. On Saturday they defeated KCFC (KS) 3-2 on a great goal right at the end of the game. Sunday saw things go the other way with a 2-1 loss to Omaha FC (NE). They played very well and were unlucky not to get 2 wins on the weekend.

The 15I boys played their last 3 games of the season. On Saturday they defeated NFC Qdoba (NE) 3-1 in the morning followed by a 4-0 win over Kansas City United (KS). Sunday saw the boys go up against the Kansas Rush (KS) and come away with a 5-0 win. That win put the boys at 6-0 on the season and a lock for first place. This marks only the 2nd time that a Springfield SC team has won the MRL First Division. This time around it also means that they are automatically promoted to the MRL Premier Division. In their six games, the boys scored 21 goals and while only giving up 2.

This is the 2nd team in SSC history to participate in the Premier Division, the other being the SSC 90/91 boys who went on to win the Premier League once in their two years as well as winning two State Championships in their age group.

“It’s a fantastic moment to win any league. It makes it even better that this time it is the Midwest Regional League and the boys are promoted into the Premier Division where every game will feel like a State Cup game. It feels wonderful to have Springfield SC once again represented among the elite. It speaks volumes to the work the boys have put in over the past months and years. We can enjoy this for a bit, before we get back into it and prepare for State Cup,” commented Eric Sorlie, Director of Soccer Operations. “I’m also looking forward to watching the other teams finish their MRL season on a strong note as there is still a lot to play for in both divisions”

Bottom Row L to R: Evan Loyd (Greenwood), James Straus (Catholic), Jesse Bihlmeyer (Nixa), Evan Craig (Catholic), Dallas Moses (Pershing Middle School), Turner Adams (Kickapoo), Matt Call (Glendale),

Middle Row: Aaron Strunk (Kickapoo)

Top Row L to R: Evan Garrad (Glendale), Hunter Durham (Kickapoo), Chase Grubb (Kickapoo), Josh McCutcheon (Kickapoo), Andrew Schenck (Nixa), Elliot Williams (Kickapoo), Braedyn Mitchell (Clever), Jakob Neidig (Ozark), Mitchell Moncada (Catholic), Head Coach Eric Sorlie

The photos below are from a game September 2008, the first season the boys played in the Midwest Regional League

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