COACH of YEAR – Clint Nurnberg, Parkview Vikings
PLAYER of YEAR – Jessica Maerz, Senior midfielder, Parkview Vikings
Just a heads up on a few things to look for. I’m working hard to
1. Get the Girls Southwest All-Stars announcement done soon. Another day or two!
2. District, Conference and Regional recognition should start trickling out. The Coaches don’t release District until all teams in the District are done playing so some of those will begin soon, followed by the others. I’ll post them here as soon as I get them!
3. I’ve also asked the Coaches to send me their season stats so we can recognize some of the individual play out there. Here’s a preview of the Goalies and the Scorers!
Player, School – Games Played | Goals Allowed | Goals Allowed Average | Shutouts | Win-Loss Record
Rachel Scott & Megan Goetzinger, Springfield Catholic – 20 | 7 | 0.35 | 16 | 17-3
Caylin Manary, Parkview – 19 | 17 | 0.89 | 6 | 15-4
Player, School – Goals, Assists, Total Points – Graduation year, Game Winning Goals
Miriam Taylor, Camdenton – 21, 10, 52 – 2013, 5
Ashleigh Paschel, Camdenton – 20, 8, 48 – 2011, 6
McKenna Adams, Kickapoo – 18, 7, 43 – 2011, 5 – updated
Jessica Smith, Camdenton – 10, 13, 33 – 2010, 2
Haley Baker, Camdenton – 9, 14, 32 – 2011, 1
Shelby Stewart, Parkview – 13, 6, 32 – 2010, 3
Jessica Maerz, Parkview – 11, 8, 30 – 2010, 2
Kelsey Loderhose, Parkview – 12, 4, 28 – 2011, 3
Kelsey Swarens, Carl Junction – 11, 5, 27 – 2012, 1
Marin Gelsheimer, Kickapoo – 11, 1, 23 – 2011, 3
Tash Ugbah, West Plains – 9, 4, 22 – 2012, 4
Melanie Allen, Parkview – 4, 2, 10 – 2010, 2
Nice to see the local sports magazine feature the Girls High School game. Writer Logan Hoffman (Drury 2008) offers a look at the team and one of it’s key players, Jessica Maerz, in a story on pages 26-27. Click on this link and then navigate to the page to read the story. As Jessica notes, she’ll probably play a similar role on her Lynn Fighting Knight’s squad. The defensive responsibilities she and her back line partners – McKenzie Payton, Holly Messick, Aubrey Durst and Amy Greene (the last two are freshman) – provide in front of senior Caylin Manary ensure the team is competitive and are in a position to challenge this year.
As the Rolla Bulldogs will attest this year however, you need to score to win. The key to Parkview’s success this year points to the revival of Kelsey Loderhose in partnership with Shelby Stewart up top. Her 12 goals rank 2nd on the team behind Stewart’s 13 and give the Viking’s three real threats. Only Glendale has comparable depth. vip escort dubai
Kickapoo Chiefs – 0
Rolla Bulldogs – 1
The Bulldogs bounced back from their first ever loss to Parkview on Tuesday with the Conference win at Kickapoo this evening. An even affair that looked like it might go to PKs was decided in the 63rd minute when senior Olivia Cox created her own opportunity. An initial attack into the box by senior Kaylyn Stoll was cleared towards the fans where Olivia picked it up, looked for a pass and then split a pair of defender’s before running into the right side of the box. Her shot 12 yards from the endline on the right edge of the box had just enough to get over the keeper’s reach and settled into the far side netting.
After a first half that didn’t generate a significant opportunity, the Chiefs came out and put significant pressure on the Bulldogs in the second half, creating half a dozen corner kicks as well as several set pieces from outside the box. That continued after the Bulldogs scored as they concentrated on defending their lead and the Chiefs pressed to equalize. Between senior sweeper Taylor Banholzer and keeper Adrian Pogue, the Bulldogs were able to maintain a clean sheet, a necessity in a season that has seen them outscored 4-6 with a 3-2 record now. This is a team that gave up only 12 goals all last Spring so it was an important step and the players satisfaction with the result showed post-game. The Bulldogs and Chiefs both head for St Louis this weekend with Rolla facing Visitation Saturday while the Chiefs compete in the Parkway College Showcase.
Camdenton Lakers – 0
Glendale Falcons – 1
From the Lake Sun Leader: Camdenton’s girls soccer team suffered a bruising 1-0 loss to Glendale on Thursday night. Glendale out-shot the Lady Lakers 8-4 in a physical match that featured three significant injuries, two yellow cards, and foul counts in the double digits for both teams. UPDATE – the goal was scored by junior Alix Opfer, an outside midfielder this year with the return of sweeper Ashley McWilliams, assisted by Lindsey Sprouse.
Hillcrest Hornets – 0
Waynesville Tigers – 5
From the Waynesville Daily Guide: The Clark sisters combined for the first goal only four minutes in, as freshman Loriann Clark took sophomore Jesslyn’s pass and tucked the ball into the lower right corner. Eighteen minutes later sophomore Sarah Dowling put the finishing touch on a cross from former Hillcrest Hornet Alicia Otero for the second goal. Otero transferred to Waynesville from Hillcrest this season. Junior varsity keeper Cheyenne Forshey played in the field for varsity in this game got the Tigers on the board when she put freshman Jourdan Kilthau’s pass into the left side netting 10 minutes into the second half. Jesslyn Clark and Dowling finished off the scoring to put the Tigers up for the final margin of 5-0.
Game photos – Waynesville at Hillcrest
Lebanon Yellowjackets – 0
Parkview Vikings – 3
Second straight Conference win for the Vikings who got goals from Jessica Maerz (2) and Shelby Stewart who also had an assist. Senior Caylin Manary with the shutout. Vikings blog
Joplin Eagles vs West Plains Zizzers – moved to May 13th
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District 1st Team
Neva Raschel – Branson High School
Molly Brewer – Glendale High School
Emily Jordan – Glendale High School
Lindsey Sprouse – Glendale High School
McKenna Adams – Kickapoo High School
Abby Anderson – Kickapoo High School
Amanda Dominguez – Kickapoo High School
Kelsey Haist – Nixa High School
Rachel Murphy – Nixa High School
Jayme Braun – Ozark High School
Rachel Haden – Ozark High School
Paige Hemphill – Ozark High School
Jessica Maerz –Parkview High School
Shelby Stewart – Parkview High School
District 2nd Team
Emily Joplin – Branson High School Continue reading “2009 Class 3 District 11 Girls Soccer All-District Teams” →