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Rich Wiegers, Springfield Catholic in green

Missouri High Shool Soccer All-Academic Team Announced

Rich Wiegers, Springfield Catholic in green
Rich Wiegers, Catholic, defends during Gateway Classic
The Missouri State High School Soccer Coaches Association has announced its first All State Academic Team. Players were selected by a committee of coaches based on academic record, community service, playing ability and position. To be considered, a player needs to be a senior and nominated by his coach. Players will be honored at the January 5, 2013 Boys Honors Banquet and Hall of Fame Induction.

Banquet details can be found at http://www.mosoccercoach.com/

In addition, the 2012 Boys Assistant Coach of the Year Finalists and Team Sportsmanship Award Finalists have also been named. Winners will be announced at the banquet, as well.

All State Academic Team
GK, Quentin Coates, Lee’s Summit West
GK, Jack Klamer, Clayton
GK, Rich Heenan, Crocker
D, Joshua Nixon, Logan-Rogersville
D, Judson Woods, Barstow
D, Nick Wiegers, Springfield Catholic
D, Tyler McDonald, Pacific
D, John Tyler, O’Hara
D, Curtis Shillingsford, Chaminade
D, Reece West, Helias
D, Mitch Morris, Ft. Zumwalt West
MF, Jason Pesek, Chaminade
MF, , School of Osage
Patrick Hubbard, Branson
MF, Elliot Williams, Kickapoo
MF, Zach Aulgur, Park Hill
MF, Brendan Jones, Valley Park
MF, Michael Janke, Rolla
F, Jake Roberts, Barstow
F, Jeet Das, Ladue
F, Aaron White, Hannibal
F, Evan Craig, Springfield Catholic

2012 Boys Assistant Coach of the Year Finalists
Brian Adams, Parkway Central
Ryan Kelley, Lee’s Summit North
Cristobal Villa, Monett
Mike Wickenhauser, Rockhurst

2012 Boys Team Sportsmanship Finalists
Canton High School
Duchesne High School
Lutheran South High School
Missouri Military Academy

Karl Dupont, Waynesville Tigers and Hunter Durham, Kickapoo Chiefs

2011 Ozark Conference All-Conference Team

Karl Dupont, Waynesville Tigers and Hunter Durham, Kickapoo Chiefs
Karl Dupont, Waynesville Tigers and Hunter Durham, Kickapoo Chiefs

Post season recognition. 55 boys are recognized by the 10 teams in the Ozark Conference.

MVP Defense – Griffen Locke, Joplin Eagles, 11
Co-Offensive MVP
* Karl DuPont, Waynesville Tigers, 12
* Hunter Durham, Kickapoo Chiefs, 11

Player School Grade Position
Joseph Loden Joplin 12 B
Griffen Locke Joplin 11 B
Joe Rice Joplin 11 F
Elliot Williams Kickapoo 11 M
Hunter Durham Kickapoo 11 F
Devan Selsor Kickapoo 12 M
Karl Dupont Waynesville 12 F
Camoy Blash Waynesville 11 F
Steven Spellmon Waynesville 12 B
Miles Wilson Rolla 12 B
Aaron Froehlich Rolla 10 F
Austin Hart Glendale 12 M
Robbie Hoffman Camdenton 12 D
Brian Otradovec Parkview 12 F
Brodie Bender West Plains 12 F
Cody Cates Lebanon 9 D
Caleb Boston Hillcrest 10 GK
2nd Team
Brock Renken Joplin 10 GK
Ryan Estus Joplin 11 F
Will Krolman Joplin 11 B
Aaron Strunk Kickapoo 11 F
Jake Nedoma Kickapoo 12 M
Dane Ruggeri Kickapoo 12 D
Ian Drew Waynesville 12 M
Zach King Waynesville 12 M
Brandon Loredo Waynesville 12 B
Matt Calvert Rolla 11 M
Logan Houf Rolla 10 M
Alex Wolfram Glendale 12 K
Sam Knetzer Glendale 12 D
Connor Smith Camdenton 11 M
Levi Pueppke Parkview 11 B
Colton Hensley West Plains 12 M
Michael Juergensen Lebanon 12 GK
Jared Wilkinson Hillcrest 12 M
Honorable Mention
Garrett Ward Joplin 11 M
Cole Shepard Joplin 11 B
Turner Adams Kickapoo 11 D
Josh McCutcheon Kickapoo 11 M
Steven Jimenez Waynesville 11 M
Matt Pryor Waynesville 12 B
Jesse Ellis Waynesville 12 B/M
Gage Scurlock Rolla 10 Keeper
Hunter Short Rolla 10 F
Matt Call Glendale 11 D
Evan Garrad Glendale 11 M
Kyler Moore Camdenton 11 F
Thomas Hunter Lebanon 10 D
Louis Taylor Parkview 10 M
Evin Barber Parkview 12 GK
TJ Joy Parkview 11 B
Ryan McDermott Hillcrest 11 D
Austin Strait Hillcrest 11 D
Logan Johnson West Plains 11 F
Brayden Hutfless Kickapoo 12 K

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McCutcheon (25) congratulates Strunk on his goal

Sep 20th Games – Kickapoo Blanks Branson

McCutcheon (25) congratulates Strunk on his goal
McCutcheon (25) congratulates Strunk on his goal
Kickapoo Chiefs – 6
Branson Pirates – 0
In the first of three District 11 games they will play this week, the Chiefs scored three in the first half and a pair in the second to seal the win. The game winner was scored by Josh McCutcheon in the 18th when he challenged for a ball outside the box and powered it into the side netting. The Chiefs got a pair in the final minute of the first half from Aaron Strunk. The first came when McCutcheon lifted a soft ball over the defense that Aaron was able to run onto and as he eluded the first defender he slipped the ball past the keeper and a 2nd defender. On the ensuing kickoff, some confusion in the Branson defense led them to stop playing and Strunk was credited with the ensuing goal.

The second half was a bit more open and as the Pirates were able to move the ball outside to the wings more effectively. The Chiefs clamped down however, while scoring a pair. Elliott Williams got his on a run into the box and McCutcheon got a 2nd on the evening as he slid one through a crowd. UPDATE – I see Nate Lavoy scored while I was moving from the pitch to my car

Photo gallery from game for viewing or purchase can be seen below or at this link

Joplin Eagles – 6
Webb City Cardinals – 0
The Eagles got the shutout win tonight in a Class 3 District 12 match. Goals by Joe Rice 2, Lucas Kemper, Luis Santillan 2, Ryan Estus

West Plains Zizzers – 0
Marshfield Blue Jays – 1
This was a Class 2 District 9 game between a pair of teams gunning for Bolivar and the top spot they’ve held the past three years. The Blue Jays got the win tonight via on an indirect free kick from 6 yards out after the Zizzers were whistled for an intentional pass back to the goalkeeper in the 3rd minute of the second half.

Crocker Lions – 9
Belle – 0
Crocker came out on fire tonight to make up for the poor first half against Moberly this weekend. Scoring 3 goals in the first 5 min. Goals were scored by Teddy Zeigenbein, AJ Imilkowski, Cody Gibson, Cody Williams, and Tessie Jessie Tart.

Monett Cubs – 1
Willard Tigers – 3
Fresh from capturing the Monett Tournament this weekend, the Tigers returned tonight to renew the rivalry.

Camdenton Lakers – 1
Sedalia Smith Cotton Tigers – 0

Neosho Wildcats –
Carl Junction Bulldogs –

Lebanon Yellowjackets – 0
Central Bulldogs – 5
apparently the Sep 2nd game was moved to Monday

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Kickapoo Chiefs

Kickapoo Chiefs, Fall 2010
Kickapoo Chiefs, Fall 2010

I visited the Kickapoo Chiefs morning work out on Thursday, opening my efforts to renew acquaintances with the High School game in the region. The Chiefs reached the Final 8 last year, losing to Columbia Hickman 0-1 in the Quarterfinal, while knocking off Glendale in the District Final and Carthage in the Sectional. The Chiefs finished 3rd in the State in 2007 but lost to Glendale late in overtime in 2008 in Districts when the Falcon’s made their run to 2nd in State, the highest level for a boys program from the region.

Looking at 2010 the Chiefs have reason to be confident yet again. Returning 8 starters, adding a senior transfer who will start on defense, Kickapoo will rely on a disciplined defensive team with one key weakness. Who will score?

The Chief’s have four key seniors this year. All will likely start on defense and they will be led by Goalkeeper Tyler Moses. Moses found his mojo during the Kickapoo Shootout last year when his play in the PK win over Blue Springs helped carry the team to the Championship win over Springfield Catholic and ultimately to the Quarterfinals, losing only to Columbia Rockbridge during that four week period.

He’ll be fronted by seniors Nathan Lavoy and new transfer Dylan Corbett, who has been recognized as All-State Honorable Mention the past two years for the New Covenant Warriors. Derrick McDiarmid, a 1st team Regional pick, will bringing his attacking style to the flank.

The junior class represents the top three returning scorers, with Jake Nedoma (8 goals, 1 assist = 17 points), Devon Selsor (7, 3 = 17) and Dane Ruggeri (5, 3 = 13) and the pressure will be significant to increase their production, especially in tight games. A look at the results from the previous two years shows just how important Ian Kennedy and Skyler Russell were in those situations and these three will need to deliver. Selsor will likely slot in at a forward position while Nedoma and Ruggeri attack from outside midfield positions.

They will not be alone. Aaron Strunk came on strong late in the season when given the opportunity to play as a forward, moving up from a central defensive position, showing creativity and a natural attacking style. His goal against Glendale in late October helped position the Chiefs for the win and I anticipate he’ll show well this year. He finished with four goals, 10 overall points last year. The Chiefs will need to replace the 42 goals, 109 total points, that Skyler Russell and Ian Kennedy delivered.

It all starts in the midfield and the Chiefs have a pair of sophomores expected to lead the team. Josh McCutcheon’s efforts in defensive midfield last year allowed Ian Kennedy the opportunity to go forward and lead the attack. This year he’ll pair with Elliot Williams, who moves up from a role player to starter, to run the central midfield. Their maturity and ability to hold the ball while creating opportunities for their teammates will also lay the foundation for the Chiefs success for the next three years.

Hunter Durham, a sophomore, is my pick for the third player to join Corbett and Williams in the starting 11.

The Chiefs open on the road September 3rd, visiting Nixa where the game finished 4-3 last year. Glendale is the opponent in their third game, on September 15th, a game everyone looks forward to. Kickapoo will participate in three tournaments this year, over a three week period beginning with the Gateway City Classic in St. Louis on October 1st. The Kickapoo Shootout runs October 8-9 and the Chiefs will travel to Jefferson City for the Classic October 14-15. escort reviews dubai

Springfield Soccer Club U15’s Go Undefeated In Midwest Regional League

Springfield SC U15 - 2010 MRL 1st Division Champions
Springfield SC U15 - 2010 MRL 1st Division Champions
This past weekend saw 3 Springfield SC teams travel to Overland Park, KS to play games in the Midwest Regional League (MRL). The 15I, 16, and 17 boy’s teams all currently play in the First Division. The weather was perfect for playing soccer. The 17 boys played their first game of the year against Springfield Fire (IL) and came away with a 4-1 victory. That’s a great way to start things off! The 16 boys played twice and came awaywith a split weekend. On Saturday they defeated KCFC (KS) 3-2 on a great goal right at the end of the game. Sunday saw things go the other way with a 2-1 loss to Omaha FC (NE). They played very well and were unlucky not to get 2 wins on the weekend.

The 15I boys played their last 3 games of the season. On Saturday they defeated NFC Qdoba (NE) 3-1 in the morning followed by a 4-0 win over Kansas City United (KS). Sunday saw the boys go up against the Kansas Rush (KS) and come away with a 5-0 win. That win put the boys at 6-0 on the season and a lock for first place. This marks only the 2nd time that a Springfield SC team has won the MRL First Division. This time around it also means that they are automatically promoted to the MRL Premier Division. In their six games, the boys scored 21 goals and while only giving up 2.

This is the 2nd team in SSC history to participate in the Premier Division, the other being the SSC 90/91 boys who went on to win the Premier League once in their two years as well as winning two State Championships in their age group.

“It’s a fantastic moment to win any league. It makes it even better that this time it is the Midwest Regional League and the boys are promoted into the Premier Division where every game will feel like a State Cup game. It feels wonderful to have Springfield SC once again represented among the elite. It speaks volumes to the work the boys have put in over the past months and years. We can enjoy this for a bit, before we get back into it and prepare for State Cup,” commented Eric Sorlie, Director of Soccer Operations. “I’m also looking forward to watching the other teams finish their MRL season on a strong note as there is still a lot to play for in both divisions”

Bottom Row L to R: Evan Loyd (Greenwood), James Straus (Catholic), Jesse Bihlmeyer (Nixa), Evan Craig (Catholic), Dallas Moses (Pershing Middle School), Turner Adams (Kickapoo), Matt Call (Glendale),

Middle Row: Aaron Strunk (Kickapoo)

Top Row L to R: Evan Garrad (Glendale), Hunter Durham (Kickapoo), Chase Grubb (Kickapoo), Josh McCutcheon (Kickapoo), Andrew Schenck (Nixa), Elliot Williams (Kickapoo), Braedyn Mitchell (Clever), Jakob Neidig (Ozark), Mitchell Moncada (Catholic), Head Coach Eric Sorlie

The photos below are from a game September 2008, the first season the boys played in the Midwest Regional League

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