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Missouri High School Girls Soccer: Class 1 District 6 Final

MO Class 1 District 6: Springfield Catholic Defeats Joplin McAuley
Springfield Catholic Fightin’ Irish – 7
Joplin McAuley Warriors – 1

7th Shelby Hatz runs onto a cross by Maddy Rennet to open the scoring

17th Hatz again, on a breakaway after a bad bounce puts a ball thru the defense near midfield

25th Smid one times a ball from the spot, from a cross by Bekah Bade

27th Bade, who breaks into the box and scores with a defender on her back with a simple ball to the far post

28th Delong one times Carson Baron’s set piece into the box, arriving at the top of the 6 yard box to put it into the roof of the net

64th Mandy Bailes scores on a header, from Rebecca Mayus’ cross after a foul on Anna Delong

66th Arielle Santillan takes a pass from the restart, races into the box and scores as the keeper and defender collide going for the balls.

72nd keeper Megan Goetzinger pushes Jae Stephens direct kick off the crossbar

73rd Whitney Lucas runs onto Emily Ortega’s cross from the right side to score her first varsity goalmassage in dubai

Missouri High School Girls Soccer: Class 1 District 6 Semifinal Round

MO Class 1 District 6: McAuley Warriors Storm Back Against Greenwood Blue Jays
#3 McAuley Warriors – 4
#2 Greenwood Blue Jays – 3
In a game that mirrors the regular season match up between these two schools, it was McAuley that storms back from a 3-1 deficit to first tie, and finally win the match this evening. A replica of Greenwood’s results at McAuley in late April. Greenwood set the tone early when Maddie Esther buried a shot from 35 yards out in the 3rd minute of the match. Midway through the half, freshman Sara Cook got through the defense and scored to push the Jay’s ahead as they put together a beautiful game for the first 30 minutes tonight. Ball movement, team defense, it was all there but slowly the Warriors clawed their way back into the game. The first goal was scored in stoppage time in the first half and came from senior Jae Stephens as the Warriors fought to keep the ball in the offensive end following a corner kick and Jae put a loose ball into the roof of the net.

The Jay’s came out strong again in the 2nd half, extending their lead to 2 yet again when Mariah Allai received a pass on the left side of the box and slid her shot to the far post in the 47th minute. There was plenty of action for both teams in the remaining 30 minutes but the momentum, and the win, went to the upstarts. The Warriors got their 2nd goal in the 53rd minute when senior Arielle Santillan finally broke free of the Jay’s tough defense and her shot as she entered the box went just inside the right upright. The Jay’s still had a one goal lead and midway through the half were awarded a PK for a push in the box. Sarah Onstot was able to dive to her right and push the PK wide of the net however and you could begin to sense that maybe things might not go Greenwood’s way. When Santillan got past the defense and knocked her shot in off the right upright in the 68th minute, the tension was palable. It was the Warrior’s who responded to the situation as their team of 13 did not quit. When they earned a corner kick in the final three minutes, it was the third shot that did in the Jays as sophomore Samantha Graham was able to corral an attempted clearance and push it back into the box where senor Erin O’Keefe was able to react to the ball and lift it into the roof of the net above the charging keeper.

Quite a game and a testament to the effort and teamwork that McAuley was able to display. For Greenwood, a difficult lesson made all the more harsh by the quality of play they showed in the first third of the game.

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MO Class 1 District 6: Laquey Hornets Fall in District Semifinal to Catholic
#1 Springfield Catholic – 10
#4 Laquey Hornets – 0
Natalie Smid, Anna Delong and Andrea Parker scored two goals each while Maddy Renner, Ronnie Renner, Erin FitzGerald and Bekab Bade each added a goal. Emily Kessler, Shelby Hatz, and Natalie Smid each had two assists. Emily Ortega and Maddy Renner each had one assist. Rachel Scott and Megan Goetzinger combined for the shutout in goal in the 64 minute match.

The final between McAuley and Catholic will be Thursday at 6pm at Pleasant Hope HS.
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Missouri Girls Soccer: Class 1 All-State Honors and Final Rankings

Player of the Year – Allison Hu, Duchesne
Offensive Player of the Year – Signe Novak, St. Dominic
Defensive Player of the Year – Katie Murphy, Notre Dame de Sion
Goalkeeper of the Year – Melissa Pacheco, Notre Dame de Sion

Coach of the Year, Private Schools – Matt Darby, Notre Dame de Sion
Coach of the Year, Public Schools – Jamie Waddell, Platte County

First Team
GK – Tori Champaign, 11 – Duchesne
GK – Melissa Pacheco, 12 – Notre Dame de Sion
D – Allison Hu, 11 – Duchesne
D – Sam Andert, 11 -St. Dominic
D – Katie Murphy, 11 – Notre Dame de Sion
D – Anne Prenger, 12 – Springfield Catholic
D – Dana Wilhelm, 10 – Notre Dame (STL)
F – Signe Novak 10 St. Dominic
F – Maura McKernan 12 Visitation
F – Erin Kilian 12 Kennedy
F – Caffrey Brooks 10 Pembroke Hill
F – Mindy Siebert 11 Notre Dame-Cape
F – Jordi Ferrell 12 Sikeston
F – Kendra Schilli 12 Perryville
MF – Ali Bauer 11 St. Dominic
MF – Alli Reimer 11 Duchesne
MF – Megan Fitzsimmons 10 DuBourg
MF – Kelsey Finders 12 St. Charles West
MF – Shawn Beard 11 Moberly
MF – Kaylee Smith 11 Platte County
MF – Jessie Johnson 10 Smithville
MF – Alli Dandurand 12 Notre Dame de Sion
MF – Tara Bailes, 12 – Springfield Catholic
MF – Michelle Auer, 9 – Notre Dame (STL)

Second Team
GK – Kristen Starkey, 11 -St. Dominic
D – Sarah Hotop 12 – Mexico
D – Cacy Williams 9 Platte County
D – Haley Fritzlen 9 Notre Dame de Sion
D – Kayla Polette 10 DuBourg
D – Jordan Jennings 10 Orchard Farm
F – Tanner Brown 10 Kearney
F – Mallory Craig 11 Smithville
F – Carrie Stone 11 St. Pius-Festus
F – Anna DeLong, 11 – Springfield Catholic
F – Emma Walker 11 Duchesne
F -Courtney Young 9 Visitation
F – Robyn Meesey 11 Notre Dame (STL)
MF – Tillie Bill 10 Southern Boone
MF – Alex Olson 10 Smithville
MF – Kathryn Robards 12 Notre Dame de Sion
MF – Brenna Lacaillade 10 Warrensburg
MF – Jewel Kawamoto 11 Barstow
MF – Morgan Milfeld 12 DeSoto
MF – Maggie Kistner 12 Burroughs
MF – Alicia Vonderheid 11 Trinity
MF – Elise Rirey 12 Villa Duchesne

Third Team
D – Shannon Dickerson 11 Moberly
D – Kate Flinn 11 Kearney
D – Tamara Cooks 11 Warrensburg
D – Alex Fowler 11 Notre Dame-Cape
D – Linsay Pape 12 St. Charles West
D – Ellie Bumb 9 Visitation
F – Whitney Smith 10 Platte County
F – Madde Adkins 11 Notre Dame de Sion
F – Courtney Besand 11 St. Vincent
F – Jonna Welch, 9 – Bolivar
F – Deanna Krentz 12 DuBourg
F – Becky Esrock 12 Whitfield
F – Christie Moreland 12 Villa Duchesne
MF – Chelsea Reutenaur 11 Hannibal
MF – Mallory Stipetich 12 St. Pius X (KC)
MF – Patsy Middleton, 12 – Willard
MF – Christina Reddan 12 Trinity
MF – Elle Kekec 10 Ladue
MF – Mackenzie Barringhaus 9 Visitation
MF – Kim McCune 12 Kennedy
MF – Katie Aubuchon 10 Affton
MF – Emily McMeekin 11 Barstow
MF – Kelsey McClellan 11 Pembroke Hill

Final Rankings
1 – Notre Dame de Sion, 16-7-1
2 – Notre Dame STL, 18-10-1
3 – St. Dominic, 22-6
4 – Duchesne, 18-6
5 – Platte County, 25-5
6 – Springfield Catholic, 19-6-2
7 – Visitation, 16-10
8 – Smithville, 20-5
9 – Westminster, 14-5
10 – Perryville, 16-6
11 – St. Charles West, 13-6
12 – Cape Notre Dame, 17-3
13 – John F. Kennedy, 12-6
14 – Bishop DuBourg, 13-12-1
15 – Villa Duchesne, 9-7
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Glendale Falcons And Springfield Catholic Advance To Quarterfinal Round

Glendale Falcons vs Ozark Tigers, Sectional Playoff

Glendale Falcons – 5
Ozark Tigers – 0
The game opened today in front of a large crowd, happy to be in the sunshine, evenly split between fans of the traditional power and the new upstart coached by a regional icon. With the wind at their back, and memories of their 0-3 loss April 25th in the back of their minds, the Tigers attempted to reach new heights yet again in this season of success. The Falcon’s, led by their six senior All-Stars, could have been tempted to consider the graduation ceremonies beckoning them later this evening.

It was all business for the seniors. Moments after the Tigers had their first successful foray into the Glendale box, the Falcon’s made their opponent pay for pushing up. It started in a familiar way, with senior Lou Opfer successfully collecting a pass at midfield and holding it against strong pressure. This allowed freshman Emily Cline to begin her run up the left side with Opfer sending a through ball that led her perfectly. Cline was able to beat her defender and turn towards goal where she threaded a ball between the goalkeeper and an onrushing defender for what turned out to be the game-winner in the 8th minute.

In the 10th minute, a set piece led to another goal for the Falcons, once again from Cline. Sophomore Emilee Williams put a ball up and just over the defensive line at the top of the box. It appeared the defense lost sight of the ball which allowed Cline to pounce on it and push it to the right side, where it bounced in off of the upright. Cline scored a third in the 21st minute, taking a ball from the left side and after a collision with the final defender, suddenly found herself going in on goal unmarked where she buried it reliably. Lindsey Sprouse completed the scoring in the first half in the 30th minute when in a repeat of Cline’s first effort, she was able to run into the box and as she moved from left to right, turned on the ball and buried it to the left side. The final goal was the prettiest, as Williams sent a cross from the left side into the box. Cline climbed high and headed the ball back to the far post, sealing the win and sending the Falcon’s to their first Quarterfinal since 2004.

The Falcons will play in the Quarterfinals on Saturday May 24th at 2:00 pm at Missouri Science & Technology’s campus in Rolla, MO. The opponent is Incarnate Word Academy, 3-0 winners over the Jefferson City Jays this evening. There’s a nice article on their center back Drea Barklage, a teammate of Chealsey Russell’s on the St Louis SC U15 National Champions from 2005. That list (IWA, STL SC) includes Blake Miller who has 8 game-winning goals for the Red Raiders. And you’ve probably heard, they are ranked #2 in the US by at least one poll.

BTW, congratulations to the graduating seniors and Happy Birthday to Karis!

Springfield Catholic – 4
St James Tigers – 0
The Irish faced off for the second straight year against St James in their quest to return to the Final 4. The Tigers had a year to prepare for this match and the defensive barriers held until the 23rd minute when freshman Shelby Hatz got the first of her two goals. Anna Delong would score in the 28th, Hatz would get her second before the half and junior Maddy Renner continued her recent scoring string with the final goal in the second half.

The Irish will play Saturday May 24th at 11:00 am at Columbia Hickman High School. The opponent is St Dominic’s, 5-0 winners over Hannibal this evening. This will be a rematch of last year when the Irish lost to the ultimate State Champions 3-0. St Dom is currently the 2nd ranked small school in the St Louis Metro area.dubai whores

Springfield Catholic Wins Class 1 District 12 Title

I’ll let the Bolivar Liberator website tell the story

It took Catholic 60 minutes to score the winning goal against a stingy Liberator defense tonight in the class 1 district final. Tara Bailes scored the game winner with a penalty kick shot. The call and the goal took the momentum away from the Lady Liberators and Catholic was able to put in two more goals in the half to win 3-0. A tremendous effort from a young Bolivar team has the future looking bright for the Liberators. Bolivar finishes the season with a 14-7 record. Congrats ladies on a great season.

Update – Five minutes later Maddy Renner found the end of a Rachel Herron cross and knocked it inside the left post and Carsen Baron finished the scoring converting a pass from Anna DeLong in the 69th minute.

Catholic will face the winner of District 11 in the sectional match next Tuesday evening at 6:00 pm in Waynesville. Congratulations to all the girls on winning the district championship against a very inspired Bolivar squad.

Also congratulations to Tara Bailes on scoring the 100th goal of her career at SCHS. Watch!girl escort