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Missouri Elite FC Sending Six To College Playing Ranks

Six players from Missouri Elite F.C. ’92 girls’ team, coached by Lindsay Paulsell, have made commitments to play college soccer this fall. All the girls have played together for seven years, some even longer, dating back to their elementary school years.

Missouri Elite would like to also recognize our additional seniors graduating this year that had soccer offers but have chosen to pursue academic paths in college. Lauryn Young (Kickapoo), daughter of Larry and Debbie Young, will be attending Missouri State University and majoring in Nursing; Ashlyn Robillard (Nixa), daughter of Keri Robillard, will be attending College of the Ozarks; Stephanie Murray (New Covenant), daughter of Steve and Jo Murray, will be attending Oklahoma State University and majoring in education with emphasis in elementary special ed; Hilary Carr (Kickapoo), daughter of Greg and Sarah Carr, will be attending OTC; Taylor Jordan (Ozark), daughter of Sid and Teresa Jordan, will be attending University of Arkansas – Fort Smith and playing collegiate volleyball.

Elle Aston
Elle Aston, Republic Tigers (2010)
Elle Aston, daughter of Brian and Angel Aston, will attend college and play soccer for Drury University in Springfield, Missouri. The Drury Panthers are NCAA Division II and compete in the Great Lakes Valley Conference. Elle is a center mid-fielder for Missouri Elite. She attended Republic High School, which does not have a high school girls’ soccer program. She is a multi-sport athlete who played varsity volleyball, basketball, and was a state qualifier in three track events her freshman year. Elle’s best soccer moment from coach Lindsay Paulsell: Elle has been our top goal scorer for years but one goal stands out in my mind. Elle collected a ball in the flank and started tearing towards the goal in a match in the TSC Showcase. As she placed the ball so beautifully in the corner pocket just past the keeper with 30 second to go, she turned to her bench, fell to her knees and gave such an amazing shout of accomplishment. It was a real Brandy Chastain moment.

Ashley McWilliams, Glendale Falcons (2010)
Ashley McWilliams, Glendale Falcons (2010)
Ashley McWilliams, daughter of Brad and Kathy McWilliams, will also attend school and play soccer for Drury University in Springfield, Missouri. Ashley is a central defender for Missouri Elite and played for Glendale High School. During her sophomore year of high school McWilliams was recognized as the Defensive Player of the Year for Class 2 District 11 and the Southwest Region. She was also a member of the All-Region, All Conference, and All-District first teams. Ashley’s best soccer moment from coach Lindsay Paulsell: Ashley is known for her intense tackles of opposing attackers but this one tackle from a Little Rock showcase had to be the best. The attacker got loose and was heading towards goal when Ashley hunted her down, gave an amazingly fluid tackle, came up with the ball and distributed to an Elite attacker which eventually scored.

Emelie Schrier, Glendale Falcons (2010)
Emelie Schrier, Glendale Falcons (2010)
Emelie Schrier, daughter of Chris and Lori Schrier, will attend college and play soccer for Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas. The Hendrix Warriors are NCAA Division III and compete in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference. Emelie is a defender for Missouri Elite and played soccer for Glendale High School. During Schrier’s Sophomore year, she earned Honorable Mention All-Academic All Conference recognition for soccer. Emelie’s best soccer moment from coach Lindsay Paulsell: Emelie is a strong back that is given the task of shutting down attackers each and every time the ball met their foot but in a match in Memphis filled with rain and mud, Emelie stepped up to the attacking plate winning a ball at midfield and taking it all the way to the goal for a score. And if that was not enough, she did it again 5 minutes later.

Megan Jenisch, Ozark Tigers (2010)
Megan Jenisch, Ozark Tigers (2010)
Megan Jenisch, daughter of Andy and Monica Jenisch, will attend college and play soccer for Missouri Southern State University in Joplin, Missouri. The Missouri Southern Lions are a NCAA Division II program that competes in the Mid America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Conference. Jenisch is a central defensive back for Missouri Elite and played for the Ozark Lady Tigers. During high school she was recognized as the Defensive Player of the Year in Class 2 District 12 as a sophomore and was also honored as a member of the Southwest Region team and the Springfield News-Leader’s All-Ozarks Girls Soccer Team in 2008. Jenisch was named as a member of the all-conference first team in the Central Ozarks Conference and the all-district second team in Class 3 District 11 as a junior. Megan’s best soccer moment from coach Lindsay Paulsell: Megan, known to us as Jenisch, is a force to be reckoned with in the back. She is probably one of the most consistent players I have ever coached so it is difficult to pick just one moment. Therefore, I am going to go with my favorite quote; Being one I can always count on, there comes a time when she miss hits the ball sailing it out of bounds and then I get the silly look from her and a “My bad”. It cracks me up every time!

Megan Gunnels, Ozark Tigers (2010)
Megan Gunnels, Ozark Tigers (2010)
Megan Gunnels, daughter of Mike and Laura Gunnels, will attend college and play soccer for Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri. The Westminster Blue Jays are a NCAA Division III program that competes in the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Gunnels is a forward for Missouri Elite and played for the Ozark Lady Tigers. During high school she was recognized as a member of the all-district first team for Class 2 District 12 as a freshman and as a sophomore. She also received honorable mention honors in the Southwest Region as a sophomore. Gunnels was named as a member of the all-conference first team in the Central Ozarks Conference and the all-district second team in Class 3 District 11 as a junior. Megan’s best soccer moment from coach Lindsay Paulsell: Megan has been our top playmaker for as long as I have coached the team. She is constantly making plays that make me gasp but one stands out in my mind. It was our first State Cup experience and again, it was a big mudfest. Megan collected a ball in the attacking third and placed a brilliant shot in the upper corner. It was just the spark we needed to get going.

Alysan Burgbacher, New Covenant Academy (2010)
Alysan Burgbacher, New Covenant Academy (2010)
Alysan Burgbacher, daughter of Shawn and Karla Burgbacher, will attend college and play soccer for John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Arkansas. The John Brown Golden Eagles are a NAIA program currently ranked #23 in the nation and play in the Sooner Athletic Conference. Alysan is the Missouri Elite goalkeeper and went to New Covenant Academy, which does not have a girls’ team. Her senior year, Burgbacher played as a defender for the varsity boys’ soccer team at New Covenant. Alysan also coaches the Missouri Elite 2000 girls’ team and was named the Missouri Youth Female Referee of the Year in 2009. Alysan’s best soccer moment from coach Lindsay Paulsell: This was an easy one for me. We were 4 days away from a huge showcase tournament and our goalkeeper backed out. Rather than scramble for a guest player, Alysan offered to step up and play keeper for the weekend. She was incredible in the net using her vocals as a field player to direct traffic and her keen sense of reading plays to save goal after goal. It was one of the most amazing weekends as a coach to see a true leader emerge. She has been the Elite keeper ever since that weekend.
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Drury Announces Lady Panther Signees Including Sprouse, McWilliams and Aston

Ashley McWilliams and Lindsey Sprouse, Glendale Falcons (2010)
Ashley McWilliams and Lindsey Sprouse, Glendale Falcons (2010)
Drury women’s soccer coach Alf Bilbao has announced an 11-member recruiting class to join the Panthers’ program for the first time this fall.

“We are very excited to have all of these young ladies become a part of our Drury Soccer family,” Bilbao says. “They all have excelled, on and off the field, for their respective high school and club teams. They all exhibit great character and many of them will be counted on to contribute immediately to our team’s success this fall.”

The new Panthers for Bilbao’s squad, which finished 13-6 overall and reached the Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament for a third straight year last season, are:

*Lindsey Sprouse, 5’8 forward, Glendale High School (Springfield, MO): Lindsey was named her squad’s best offensive player from 2007-09, earning First Team All-Ozark Conference and First Team All-District honors all three seasons and picking up Second Team All-State accolades last year, when she was also named the Offensive Player of the Year for the southwest region. She’s a member of the Springfield Soccer Club.

There is a video interview with Ashley and Lindsey available at the bottom of this report

*Ashley McWilliams, 5’5 defender, Glendale High School (Springfield, MO): Ashley missed the 2009 campaign due to injury, but as a sophomore, was named First Team All-Ozark Conference, All-District, All-Region and was also selected as the Defensive Player of the Year for the Southwest Region. She’s a member of the Missouri Elilte Soccer Club.

*Elle Aston, 5’8 midfielder, Republic High School (Republic, MO): Elle, a three-sport standout at Republic (basketball, volleyball and track), which does not offer prep soccer, was honored as a Southwest Missouri Soccer All-Star and is a member of the Missouri Elite Soccer Club.

*Brittany White, 5’8 defender, St. Dominic High School (O’Fallon, MO): Brittany was an Honorable Mention All-Conference selection last season and plays for the Lou Fusz Strikers – Mannion club team.

*McKenna Feltes, 5’9 defender, Cedar Rapids Kennedy High School (Cedar Rapids, IA): McKenna helped her squad to state runner-up finishes in both 2007 and ’08 and a state championship in 2009. She’s a member of the Eastern Iowa United Soccer Club.

*Jennifer Rogers, 5’6 forward/midfielder, Lee’s Summit Community Christian (Lee’s Summit, MO): Jennifer was her team’s captain and a First Team All-District choice who set her school’s record for goals and assists. She plays for the KCFC Freedom club team.

*Elle Kekec, 5’5 defender, Ladue High School (St. Louis, MO):Elle was a Third Team All-State choice and was named the Defensive Player of the Year for the Suburban East Conference last spring. Her prep team’s captain, she also plays club for the Lou Fusz Strikers – Mannion.

*Ashton Allcorn, 5’9 defender/midfielder, Applewood Christian High School (Cole Camp, MO): Ashton is playing prep soccer for the first time this spring as it just became an option at her high school; she also plays club for the KC Select Scream.

*Kara Steiner, 5’6 midfielder, Jefferson City High School (Jefferson City, MO): Kara was the District and Central Region Co-Player of the Year as well as 3rd Team All State. She’s a member of the Columbia Pride Soccer Club.

*Kinsey Shouse, 5’10 defensive midfielder, Jefferson City High School (Jefferson City, MO): Kinsey was selected to the All –District 2nd Team in 2009 and was a member of Sectional Championship team. She has been the leading scorer for the Carerra Soccer Club.

*Kate King, 5’11 defender, Central High School (Ft. Worth, TX): Kate is a member of the DFW Tornados club team.

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Glendale Lady Falcons Open with ACL Prevention (PEP Program)

Glendale Lady Falcons with Dr Rusty Bond, Cox Health
Glendale Lady Falcons with Dr Rusty Bond, Cox Health
Second day of Spring practice and the weather is not cooperating. Still plenty of smiles to be found as the Lady Falcon’s spent their practice taking the long view as Dr Rusty Bond was on hand with his team to provide instruction the in the PEP ACL Preventation program, designed to help female athletes avoid ACL injuries. I’ll have more information next week on this free program offered by Cox.

The Glendale Falcons finished 4th last year in their first ever visit to the State Final 4, losing to Pattonville in the consolation game. The team lost two seniors, Emily Jordan and Jeni Frewin, but return seven senior starters and three of the most talented underclassmen in the region in Emily Cline, Molly Brewer and Alix Opfer – who took over for 2008 Regional Defensive Player of the Year Ashley McWilliams – when McWilliams went down with an ACL injury. Add in a pair of sophomore goalkeepers in Sarah Helm and Jacinda Lemons and it’s an experienced squad. A squad that like their small school counterparts across Highway 65 at Catholic, expects to return to the Final 4 in 2010. Ryan Collins does a good job of exploring those details in his article On The Road To State for the Glendale Quill on Monday

Twelve seniors and eight juniors return this year with one goal in mind: make it to State and play in the championship game.

The Lady Falcons return with a promising amount of talent. They lost only two seniors, Emily Jordan and Jeni Frewin, last year, Also, their top scorers, Lindsey Sprouse and Molly Brewer, return this season. Along with making it to State, the team has some other goals.

“I really want to beat Kickapoo and Catholic,” said senior Katie Brewer.

Ryan also added an article that explores the dynamics of the Brewer sisters who run the midfield for the Falcons. Check it out, great story on a very talented pair of sisters who are, well, sisters!

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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
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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

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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
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St Dominics and Incarnate Word advance to final four

St Dominics Crusaders – 2
Springfield Catholic – 0
In a rematch of last years quarterfinal, won 3-1 by the Crusaders, the teams met in cold and wet conditions at Hickman High School where things warmed up quickly. St Dominics is the defending state champions and returned the majority of their squad from the previous year while Springfield Catholic brought their freshman heavy line up. From reports received, the quality of the game was high and it was the second half before the Crusaders were able to break the deadlock.


Incarnate Word Red Knights
– 5
Glendale Falcons – 0

Glendale Falcons vs Incarnate Word Red Knights, Quarterfinal

In a game delayed an hour to remove standing water from the pitch, it was the Red Knights who matched the power of the thunderstorm that preceded the game. The Falcon’s applied all of their skill and effort to the match but this game served as a reminder of the distance yet to go before Southwest Missouri soccer will be able to challenge for a High School title.

The Red Knights feature a squad that includes six Division I recruits in the starting 11 today, including a pair of players who recently represented Missouri in the National ODP Tournament (#2, Kelley Gravlin and #16, Sarah Doggendorf). Add #3 Blake Miller and #5 Drea Barklage (pictured in red) who won a National Title as U15’s and the size of the challenge faced by the Falcons (and Chiefs last year) becomes apparent.

Photo Slideshow

The game-winner was scored in the 25th minute by #4, Kristine Vogt, who was waiting in the six yard box when Miller somehow not only ran down a ball in the right corner but was able to turn on it and send it sliding into the box. Vogt redirected it between the charging GK and defender and the Red Knights had the margin they would need. Vogt got a second goal in the 31st when she received a throw-in near the top of the 18 yard box and was able to turn and send a ball to the far post, just inside the upright.

The second half began with Miller once again imposing herself on the game. In the 46th minute, she created a throw-in deep in the right corner. The ball was received by Katie Impierale and pushed to Miller who ran from the end line towards her own goal with the ball. She turned and sent a cross to the far side, just outside the six yard box, where #13 Alex Baer confidently headed it into the upper corner for a 3-0 lead. Miller scored in the 52nd minute when she picked up a loose ball near midfield, made a run down the middle and as three defenders closed on her, let loose a shot from 28 yards out that went into the upper right hand corner. The final goal was scored by Kelley Gravlin on a shot from just inside the box.

The Red Knights advance to the semifinal where they will face off against St Teresa Academy at 8:00 pm Friday in Fenton. They’ll be out scouting tonight’s quarterfinal match between Nerinx Hall and St Joseph as well as Hazelwood Central vs Francis Howell North.

The Falcons finish at 20-6, following their return to the Quarterfinals for the first time since 2004. They will return 7 of the 11 starters in today’s match, including their two leading scorers (Cline, Sprouse), leading assists (Frewin), midfielders Jordan, Brewer and Williams as well as sweeper McWilliams. Don’t cry for the Falcons.japanese escort in dubai