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Missouri Class 3 All-District 12 Honors

Miriam Melugin, Kickapoo Chiefs
Miriam Melugin, Kickapoo
Aspen Hawkins, Central Bulldogs (2014) enroute to game-winning goal
Aspen Hawkins, Central
The 2013 All-District Team for District 12 Class 3 schools has been announced. Recognition for District, Conference, Regional and State awards is done by members of the Missouri State High School Soccer Coaches Association (MSHSSCA).

CO -Player Of The Year: Miriam Melugin & Aspen Hawkins
Offensive MVP: Kenzie Dunaway
Defensive MVP: Natalie Closser
GK MVP: Molly Wassam
COY: Phil Hodge

The District includes the Central Bulldogs, Joplin Eagles, Kickapoo Chiefs and Parkview Vikings. The Chiefs won the District title 3-1 over Central, matching the boys team who won the title in the Fall of this school year. Continue reading “Missouri Class 3 All-District 12 Honors”

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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Parkview Vikings, Class 3 District 12 Champions 2011

Class 3 Playoffs – Parkview Gets 1st District Title

Parkview Vikings, Class 3 District 12 Champions 2011
Parkview Vikings, Class 3 District 12 Champions 2011

UPDATE – District 10 Finals at Camdenton are moved to Friday afternoon at 1:00 p.m. at the soccer field. If we can’t go tomorrow at 1:00 p.m., we’ll go Saturday afternoon before graduation. Waynesville has graduation tomorrow night, so that’s why we’d have to play early on Friday. Just a heads up. No worries. Can’t fight mother nature. One more day to prepare!

We’ll know three two of the four Sectional teams vying for a single spot in the State Final 4 by the end of the evening. The fourth slot will be determined tomorrow when Glendale and Nixa play. Note that there may be a time change on that game to try and avoid weather issues.

District 10 Final: at Camdenton, moved to 1:00 pm FRIDAY
#1 Camdenton Lakers vs #3 Waynesville Tigers

District 12 Final: Harrison Stadium, 6:30 pm
#1 Parkview Vikings – 2
#2 Joplin Eagles – 0
Parkview was able to get a pair of goals in the first 10 minutes of the game tonight and ride that cushion to the first ever District title for the Girls program. The first goal was scored by sophomore Emily Courtney from a corner kick. Soon afterwards, Courtney provided an outlet for the defense and made a 40 yard run down the left hand side of the pitch before sending a square ball to Kelsey Loderhose. Kelsey received the ball, did a quick counter-clockwise move and sent a low hard shot across to the far post.

The game was a back-and-forth affair as both teams pushed hard in their pursuit of the hardware. Joplin came out much more organized in the second half and were able to put more pressure on the Vikings but the best opportunities came from several corner kicks in the final 15 minutes. The Vikings were not to be denied however and were able to blunt the Eagle’s efforts to get any closer.

The Vikings are chasing win their first District title, in their first visit to the Title game in 11 years. Joplin last earned the hardware three years ago. Parkview beat Joplin 2-1 on April 12th at home. Kelsey Loderhose got both goals in a 15 minute window of the first half, the first on a PK and the second on a direct kick. Anna Banwart scored for Joplin in the second half.

The winner will host the Glendale/Nixa winner on Tuesday, May 24th in the Sectional game.

In Kansas City, Lee’s Summit West hosts Ray-Pec tonight for the District Title, the winner will host Lee’s Summit North in one of the two Sectionals in the Metro area. Liberty awaits the winner of the Park Hill South/Truman game that is being played tomorrow.
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Monday Soccer – West Plains Surprises Marshfield

Kelly Smith, West Plains clears ball in front of Jennifer McArthur, Marshfield
Kelly Smith, West Plains clears ball in front of Jennifer McArthur, Marshfield
Marshfield Blue Jays – 0
West Plains Zizzers – 1 (2nd OT)
She’s back! Sophomore Tasha Ugbah, who played a 10 minute shift in the second half for her first minutes of the season, came on at the start of the second overtime in the scoreless tie at Marshfield and got the game winner in the first minute. A thru ball sent Ugbah in a foot race with the defender and as the keeper came out, Ugbah poked the ball past her into the empty net. A key for the Zizzer’s was the play of junior Sammi Phegley in goal as she made several says during the course of the game to deny the Jay’s.

It was a lively game, despite the fact that Marshfield was coming off their Tournament win at Branson this weekend and a stretch of 6 games in 8 days. The Jays created more opportunities in the game, especially in the second half and first overtime period, but were unable to get the final touch on the ball including an early breakaway as well as a pair of crosses by senior Dannyca Mostrom from the right side that went right through the six yard box. A tough loss for the Jays as they battle to stay ahead of West Plains and Logan-Rogersville in the Class 2 District 5 seeding race.

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Warrensburg Tigers – 1
Bolivar Liberators – 3
Another Class 2 District 5 game and a rematch of last years final, won by Bolivar 3-0, earning their first ever girls District title. The Liberators repeat tonight, solidifying their position as the likely top seed a month from now.

Glendale Falcons – 3
Nixa Eagles – 2
Molly Brewer scores the game winning goal on an assist from Emilee Williams. The Falcons also got goals from Williams (1G/1A) and Lindsey Sprouse. Nixa goals were scored by Jo Pavlowsky, unassisted and Kelsey Bartell, assist by Lauren Moats. Nixa’s record is now 9-3.

Caylin Manary, Parkview Vikings (2010)
Caylin Manary, Parkview Vikings (2010)
Branson Pirates – 1
Parkview Vikings – 4
The Pirates took the lead in the first half with senior Neva Raschel’s unassisted goal, only to see Parkview tie the game on Jessica Maerz’s unassisted goal. The 2nd Half was all Parkview as Shelby Stewart scored a pair and Mary Langbartel, assisted by Emily Courtney, completed the scoring.

Neosho Wildcats – 3
Carl Junction Bulldogs – 2
This local derby was a lively affair tonight. Neosho jumped out to a 1-0 lead. A hand ball in the box gave Kelsey Swarens a chance to tie the game which she did from the penalty spot. Later in the first half a Neosho corner kick and header gave them another lead, 2-1 going into half. In the second half the Bulldogs once again tied the game. Kelsey Swarens had an unassisted goal to tie it 2-2. Later in the second half Neosho had a good shot outside of the box to take the lead 3-2. That end up being the final score. It was a good game both teams played hard. Carl Junction will play Carthage Thursday at home.

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