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Kelsey Loderhose, Parkview Vikings (2011) by Joe George

Class 3 District 12 Soccer Honors

Kelsey Loderhose, Parkview Vikings (2011) by Joe George
Kelsey Loderhose, Parkview Vikings (2011) by Joe George
The Missouri Soccer Coaches Association poll of coaches has named their All-District Honors for Class 3 District 12, consisting of District Champions Parkview, District finalist Joplin along with Central, Carthage, Neosho and Willard.

District Player Of The Year: Kelsey Loderhose, Parkview Vikings

Offensive Player Of The Year: Aspen Hawkins, Central Bulldogs

Defender Of The Year:

Goal Keeper Of The Year: Brittaney Dunn, Willard Tigers

1st Team
Player School Position Year School Position Year
Leigh-Ann Craig Joplin Eagles M 2014
Ashley Norman Joplin Eagles F 2011
Anna Banwart Joplin Eagles F 2014
Aspen Hawkins Central Bulldogs M 2014
Maddison McBurnie Central Bulldogs M 2011
Kelsey Loderhose Parkview Vikings F 2011
Emily Courtney Parkview Vikings M 2013
McKenzi Payton Parkview Vikings D 2011
Allison Bennett Carthage Tigers D 2011
Brittany Copeland Neosho Wildcats M 2011
Macie Cotter Willard Tigers M 2013
Savanna Patillo Willard Tigers M 2014
Second Team
Madi George Parkview Vikings GK 2011
Emma Chilton Parkview Vikings M 2014
Anna Withers Parkview Vikings D 2011
Amy Greene Parkview Vikings D 2013
Tristen Bass Carthage Tigers M 2011
Paige O’Neill Neosho Wildcats M 2013
Kellie Stringer Joplin Eagles D 2012
Lauren Thompson Joplin Eagles D 2011
Morgan Davis Joplin Eagles GK 2012
Analynn Salvato Central Bulldogs F 2014
Amy Allen Central Bulldogs D 2011
Honorable Mention
Julia Lewis Joplin Eagles D 2012
Kim Campbell Joplin Eagles M 2011
Erin Ferguson Neosho Wildcats D 2011
Reba Potts Neosho Wildcats F 2013
Becca Castillo Parkview Vikings F 2012
Holly Messick Parkview Vikings D 2011
Molly Robb Parkview Vikings M 2011
Olivia Solari Parkview Vikings M 2011
Sarah Giddins Central Bulldogs D 2011
Alania Jones Central Bulldogs GK 2013

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Miriam Melugin (KHS 2014) & Emma Chilton (PHS 2014)

Thursday Sunshine and Games!

The regular season comes to an end two weeks from today. District seeding may occur as early as next week.

Greenwood Blue Jays – 0
Logan-Rogersville Wildcats – 2
A goal by Haley Weeks in the 3rd minute and one by Colette Mast, also in the first half, were enough to get the Wildcats past the Blue Jays tonight. Photos available here

Carthage Tigers – 4
Central Bulldogs – 2
Carthage goals by Jamileth Henriquez (2) Tristen Bass (1 goal, 1 assist), Miraya Lopez

Marshfield Wildcats – 6
Republic Tigers – 2
Marshfield goals were scored by Alex Cantrell, who had a hat trick, Kylea Ryser with a brace (that’s 2) and Danielle Coffman.

Neosho Wildcats – 0
Glendale Falcons – 10

The Bulldogs sit atop the Conference with an unblemished record (6-0). Still remaining after tonights game are Camdenton on May 2nd and Glendale on May 3rd. Can they hold on?

Lebanon vs Camdenton is also a District 10 game. Camdenton dreams of District glory this year, and therefor must get past Lebanon if they hope to finally beat Rolla. As the Lake News noted last week – This year’s CHS senior class is winless all-time against Rolla, which has ended the Lady Lakers’ postseason run in districts each of the past two seasons.

Miriam Melugin (KHS 2014) & Emma Chilton (PHS 2014)
Miriam Melugin (KHS 2014) & Emma Chilton (PHS 2014)
Parkview Vikings – 1 (2nd OT)
Kickapoo Chiefs – 0
Kelsey Loderhose buried a free kick from 30 yards (video) for the game winner in the 95th minute Thursday night. The game was scoreless through regulation and while the Chief’s had the better opportunities, including a ball off the underside of the crossbar and a breakaway by Katie Lynn that was cleared inside the six yard box by Holly Messick, they were unable to get the decisive goal.

The Vikings matched the Chiefs intensity tonight, aided and abetted by a recent change that has moved freshman Emma Chilton into the middle. Emma offers the Vikings more bite in the middle, a necessary ingredient in the Ozark Conference. The Vikings backline, led by McKenzie Payton, once again features Anna Withers, Messick and Amy Green and this experienced group will be key come Districts where a single goal can determine the outcome.

The Chiefs, who welcomed the return of McKenna Adams and Kate Bess from injuries, will look at how a foul 30 yards out impacted the outcome. Much like the Glendale match a month ago. Strong games against Ozark and Camdenton next week will be important to earning a #2 seed in preparation for Districts. Oh, and that rematch with the Falcon’s on May 11th.

Rolla Bulldogs – 5
Joplin Eagles – 0

Lebanon Yellowjackets – 0
Camdenton Lakers – 3
Camdenton goals by freshmen Morgan Henry and Whitney Snow and game winner by Danielle Brooks (junior). Camdenton improves to 11-4 and 5-1 in Conference play
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Ozark Conference Girls Soccer – Vikings Remain On Top

Parkview Vikings Celebrate Jessica Maerz (#9) game-winner
Parkview Vikings Celebrate Jessica Maerz (#9) game-winner
Parkview Vikings – 2
Camdenton Lakers – 1
Camdenton’s Ashleigh Paschel opened the scoring, placing a shot into the left side-netting about 10 minutes into the first half. Parkview tied the game about five minutes later, with Shelby Stewart sprinting onto an Anna Withers through ball and touching the ball past the Camdenton keeper then sliding in her shot from a wide angle. Both teams created chances in the second half with the keepers coming up strong. The Laker’s high energy offense, based upon doing a few things well, was clicking but the Vikings defense was up to the challenge. It was remarkable to watch, as the Laker’s pushed harder Parkview remained calm and confident in their ability to prevail.

Their confidence was rewarded when senior Jessica Maerz got the game-winner with less than two minutes in regulation. Maerz collected the ball along the left sideline and shot, dropping the ball in under the crossbar from 30 yards. The Vikings now move to 5-0 in the Conference and remain the only undefeated Conference team. Camdenton falls to 3-3 in the middle of the table.

Rolla Bulldogs – 2
Lebanon Yellowjackets – 0
Another shutout for the Bulldogs who quietly move up the table, sitting second now at 6-1 in the Conference. Lebanon is now 3-3, tied with Camdenton.

Waynesville Tigers – 5
Joplin Eagles – 0
The Tigers came out strong on an evening when the school was recognizing four time All-State player Katie Pritchard, retiring her jersey number. Goals were scored by Jesslyn Clark (2), Rhiannon Moore, Janelle Miller and Loriann Clark. The Tigers move to 2-4 in the Conference, Joplin falls to 1-4.

Kickapoo Chiefs – 5
West Plains Zizzers – 0
The Chief’s scored three in the first, opening in the 22nd minute on McKenna Adams unassisted run down the middle of the field. Adams added a second in the 37th minute with a shot from 28 yards that fell in over the keeper’s outstretched arms into the net. Marin Gelsheimer scored in the 39th on an assist from Adams, Megan Melugin scored off a rebound from a McKenna Adams corner kick in the 48th and Adams completed her hat-trick on as assist from Marin Gelsheimer in the 61st. McKenzie Danzer returned to the goal tonight for the shutout.

Kickapoo and Glendale are now tied for third in the Conference with matching 4-1 records, behind Parkview and Rolla. Parkview visits Kickapoo on Thursday in a key Conference and District match for both programs. I’ll be there!

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Tuesday Ozarks Conference Soccer

Bailey Millington (Glendale 2010) challenged by Katie Shannon (West Plains 2010)
Bailey Millington (Glendale 2010) challenged by Katie Shannon (West Plains 2010)
Glendale Falcons – 3
West Plains Zizzers – 0
The Falcon’s offense came out with their usual flair this evening but keeper Sammi Phegley and her defense applied some old-fashioned elbow grease to their effort and were rewarded with some luck as well. Freshman Courtney Cox cleared a ball off the line minutes into the game and the Zizzer’s built off of that with three goal line clearances and two shots that rocketed off of the crossbar.

It’s hard to hold off the Falcon’s for an entire 80 minutes however and sophomore Alix Opfer took matters into her own hands when in the 52nd she skipped around a pair of defenders before slotting her shot past the keeper from just outside the 6 yard box. Once the barriers came down, senior Katie Brewer scored from near the penalty spot in the 54th and Opfer completed her brace in the 76th, burying a shot after Emily Cline’s effort was blocked.

The Falcon’s move to 5-0, 3-0 in the Ozark Conference with a 24-2 goal advantage, in advance of their games at the Kickapoo Shootout this weekend. The Zizzer’s are 3-6 overall, 0-3 in the Conference. They host Mt View Liberty Friday.

Hillcrest Hornets – 0
Rolla Bulldogs – 8
RHS is now 4-3 overall and 3-1 in the OC

Joplin Eagles – 0
Parkview Vikings – 4
The Eagles battled in the first 5, but Anna Withers scored on a corner kick when was cleared 25 out but straight up the middle 8 minutes in. Withers shot it from 25 out, and the keeper got her hands on the ball but could not keep it from crossing the line. Jessica Maerz played Shelby Stewart a through ball that Stewart touched by a defender and finished with a couple minutes left in the first half. Maerz scored one of her own on an assist from Aubrey Durst for the 3-0 lead. Maerz assisted Stewart on the Vikings’ 4th and final goal, and Caylin Manary earned the shutout in goal.

Parkview is now 3-0 in the Ozark Conference and 7-0 overall, their best start ever.

Camdenton Lakers – 2
Waynesville Tigers – 0
Junior striker Ashleigh Paschel scored in the 6th and freshman Miriam Taylor scored in the final 10 minutes for the win. More at the Lake Sun Leader.

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