Tag: Bryce Collier

Dave Emnett, Drury Panthers (2011)

Drury Panthers Host Crowder Tonight

Dave Emnett, Drury Panthers (2011)
Dave Emnett, Drury Panthers (2011)
The exhibition season wraps up this evening for the Drury Panthers before they open the defense of their Great Lakes Valley Conference title and a hoped for run to the NCAA Tournament again this year. The Panther’s will face off against Crowder College this evening at 7:30 pm at Harrison Stadium. A final chance for Coach Ryan Swan to fine tune his lineup before the season opens September 3rd in Ashland, OH.

The Crowder Roughriders are an NJCAA squad based in Neosho that draws international players as well as a core of regional players. It includes sophomores Bryce Collier (Hillcrest) and Trevor Pedigo (Kickapoo) on this years roster.

The first home game of the season isn’t until September 17th when independent Truman State comes to town for an 11am Friday game. moroccan escort dubai

Crowder Roughriders Add A Dozen For 2009 Season

From the Neosho Daily News:

Bryce Collier college signingAfter getting a belated start on recruiting last year, Crowder College soccer coach Brad Smith had specific goals when he was recruiting players this year – he wanted to get faster.

“I thought we were slow and we were not able to score much last year,” Smith said. “I wanted to improve in those areas. We return everybody pretty much, so the goal was to find people that will help make us better and deeper.”

Crowder was 6-10-3 in its inaugural season and returns 16 players, including most of the starters.

bryce collier, ben ballhornThe new group of Roughriders includes: forwards Bryce Collier of Springfield Hillcrest (pictured above signing with Coach Smith back right) and Harrisonville’s Jeremy Savage; a bunch of midfielders in Ben Ballhorn of Springfield Hillcrest (pictured in orange at right with Collier), Lebanon’s Grant Bollig, George Fuente of University High in Waco, Texas, Josh Jesperson of Neosho, Logan Landis from Carl Junction and Neosho’s Aaron Tracy.

The defenders signed include Javier Albarran of Rogers, Ark., Trevor Pedigo of Springfield Kickapoo, Neosho’s Austin Williams and Irvin Sosa of Fayetteville, Ark.

Smith noted he expects to sign a couple more players as well.

“We have kids we think are good and our speed should be better,” Smith said. “We need to figure out how to play together. We added numbers in different places and I think we should be better.”

For some background, Bryce Collier, Grant Bollig and Trevor Pedigo are teammates on the Springfield SC 90/91 team that are two-time defending state champions in Missouri. Both Collier and Bollig have played in the forward position as well as outside midfielder for SSC while Pedigo has played outside midfield and defense.

Bollig and Collier are also Southwest All-Stars for 2009. The game will be played Monday June 15th this year.

escort service in dubai

10/13 Southwest Missouri High School Soccer Reports

Hillcrest Hornets – 5
Central Bulldogs – 4
The Hornets got four goals from Bryce Collier and one from Michael Freeman in the win. The Bulldogs stormed back from a 5-2 deficit at half time to make it close and much more interesting.

Bolivar Liberators – 2 (PKs)
Nixa Eagles – 1
The Eagles scored first, via a set play, and hold the lead into the second half. Bolivar ties it off a corner kick, finished by Kyle Shoemaker (#3). Pk’s made by Kyle “Toad” Slagle (#31), Bradley Stillwagon (#9), and Mitchell Waters (#2)

Crocker hosts Linn
Branson hosts Rogersville (from 9/2)arab escort

10/3 Southwest Missouri High School Soccer Report

    Willard Tigers Tournament

Willard Soccer Fall Classic: Bolivar Liberators vs Hillcrest HornetsBolivar Liberators – 2
Hillcrest Hornets – 1
Elation for the Liberators as Bradley Stillwagon (pictured in white, defended by Radu Mariuta) scores 2 goals in the final 3 minutes of regulation to defeat the Hornets. The Hornet’s took the lead in the 53rd on some brilliant combination play, with Ballhorn winning not one, but two 50/50 balls, a quick no look pass into the path of Bryce Collier who’s run and shot was deflected, with Michael Freeman following the play and finishing the rebound.

The initial goal by Stillwagon was from Kyle Slagle’s free kick from the left side, headed down and deflected past the keeper off of a defender in the 77th. In the 78th, a long flip throw by sophomore Matt Magana gave Stillwagon a second opportunity he finished confidently. The assist by Magana gave him 35 in 1 1/2 years and ties the career record at Bolivar.

Willard Soccer Fall Classic: Cassville Wildcats vs New Covenant WarriorsCassville Wildcats – 3
New Covenant Warriors – 0
These two teams met September 6th, with the Wildcats earning a close 3-2 win after which the Warriors ran off a string of 8 straight wins until losing by a goal to Warrensburg last week. So there was plenty of pride at stake in this burgeoning rivalry. The difference today was the play of goalkeeper Michael Rush (pictured, stopping Jeremy Weimer) who stopped anything that came into his box today, regardless of the hazards. The Wildcats got a pair of goals from Uziel Franco, one of the top forwards in the region, as well as a PK goal by Omar Valenzuela.

Monett Cubs – 4
Webb City Cardinals – 2 (at halftime)

Saturday’s schedule has Bolivar vs Cassville as well as Hillcrest vs NCA at 8:00 am. At 10:00 am Willard vs Monett and Logan-Rogersville vs Webb City (I”m guessing on these last two, based upon the half time score of the Cubs vs Cardinals). 3rd place game at noon, Championship at 2:00 pm.

    Camdenton Lakers Tournament

Springfield Catholic – 3
West Plains Zizzers – 0

Camdenton Lakers – 5 (OT)
Hannibal Pirates – 4
The Lakers got the game winner 30 seconds into 1st OT

Fulton Hornets – 1
Sullivan – 0

Parkview Vikings – 3
Nixa Eagles – 0
Jared Moore scores a hat trick in the first half to lead the Vikings past their District rivals. Tim Griffin assisted on all 3 goals.

Glendale Falcons – 2 (in PKs)
Morton (IL) -1
From the Gateway City Soccer Classic. The Falcons win via sudden death penalty kicks after 1-1 tie in regulation. 1st half dominated by Morton who led 1-0 at half. Glendale comes out with more intensity second half to tie on a Devon Newport goal.

Central vs Warrensburg

Greenwood Blue Jays
– 8
Logan-Rogersville Wildcats – 0
Greenwood goals were scored by Chris Aiken (2), Stuart Beezley (3), Matt Cook and Brad Cook (2). Assists credited to Chris Aiken, Stuart Beezley, Patrick Connor and Matt Cook (2)
private dubai escorts

9/29 Southwest Region High School Soccer Report

Branson Pirates – 2
Neosho Wildcats – 1
The Branson Pirates broke through on their home field for the first time on Monday. A 2-1 victory over a very fast Neosho team earned the Pirates their first COC win and their first on field victory at John E. Chase stadium. The Pirates scored first mid way through the first half on a rebound goal by Koda Sorenson (5) setup by a great cross from the right wing, flicked on by Carlos Luevano. Neosho answered late in the first half with a well executed corner. Tied one one at halftime the Pirates came out
with an energy that lasted the entire second half.

The game winner came off the foot of Freshman Juan Navarro 20 minutes into the second half on a
counter set up by Austin Paynes long run up the wing. Neosho had the wind that continued to pick up and pressured the Pirate defense but solid short passing and another stellar performance by goalkeeper James Huffman along with team play withstood the assault leaving the Pirates with their 4th victory of the season. The Pirates are now 4-8, 1-1 in the Central Ozark Conference.

Hillcrest Hornets – 6
Ozark Tigers – 3
The Hornet’s won their 5th game of the season Monday after The Tiger’s struck first. The Hornets came back with 3 goals while giving up another to finish the first half with a 3-2 lead. 3 more goals for the Hornet’s put the game beyond reach for the Tiger’s who got the last goal of the night with about 15 minutes left. In addition to being their 5th win of the season. it was Hillcrest’s first ever victory over Ozark. Hornet’s goals were scored by Bryce Collier (3), Michael Freeman (2) and Cody Wallace. Ozark goals scored by x, #10 and #5.

Nixa hosts Rogersville
lahore call girls