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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”

Aspen Hawkins, Central Bulldogs (2014) enroute to game-winning goal

Aspen Hawkins Leads All-District Soccer Honors, Missouri Class 3 District 12

Aspen Hawkins, Central Bulldogs (2014) enroute to game-winning goal
Aspen Hawkins, Central Bulldogs (2014) enroute to game-winning goal
The All-District team for Class 3 District 12 has been announced. The District includes the Carthage Tigers, Central Bulldogs, Joplin Eagles, Neosho Wildcats, Parkview Vikings and Willard Tigers. Voting is done by the Coaches. Recognition for Conference, Regional and State awards is done by members of the Missouri State High School Soccer Coaches Association (MSHSSCA). The Central Bulldogs are the 2012 District Champions.

MVP​ – Aspen Hawkins, ​Central ​MF
Offensive Player of the Year – ​Dylan Owens​, Willard ​F
Defensive Player of the Year​ – Amy Greene​, Parkview​ D
Goalie of the Year​ – Sarah Nichols​, Central ​GK
Coach of the Year​ – Chris Welch​, Central

1st team
Leigh Ann Craig ​- Carthage ​MF
Aspen Hawkins​ – Central​ MF
Sarah Nichols ​- Central​ GK
Analynn Salvato – ​Central ​F
Lauren Zeh​ – Central​ MF
Kellie Stringer – ​Joplin ​D
Paige O’Neill ​- Neosho ​MF
Emma Chilton ​- Parkview ​D
Amy Greene ​- Parkview​ D
Macie Cotter​ – Willard ​MF
Dylan Owens​ – Willard​ F
Torri Thomas – ​Willard​ D

2nd Team
Nicole Hitchcock – ​Carthage ​D
Jessica Marquez ​- Carthage ​MF
Rachel Busiek ​- Central ​D
Jena Parry​ – Central​ D
Kaitlin Toelke – ​Central ​D
Anna Banwart ​- Joplin​ F
Morgan Davis ​- Joplin ​MF​
Matty Leidtke ​- Neosho ​GK
Emily Courtney ​- Parkview​ GK
Amanda Leckrone ​- Parkview ​D
Lindsay Owens​ – Willard ​F
Jessie Stoll​ – Willard​ MF

Honorable Mention
Cynthia Naverrete – ​Carthage ​F
Josselyn Samuel ​- Carthage ​D
Melinda Qiao​ – Central ​M
Megan Stewart​ – Central ​D
Julia Lewis ​- Joplin ​D
Megan Rowe ​- Joplin​ GK
Lizzie Drake – ​Neosho ​D
Shelby Fletcher – ​Neosho ​D
Becca Castillo ​- Parkview​ F
Hannah Roberts ​- Parkview​ D
Makayla Bowling​ – Willard ​D
Miriam Dashtipour​ – Willard ​MF
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Lydia Holtmann, Springfield Catholic 2014/Springfield SC 95/96

Springfield SC U15 Girls Represent at Missouri State Cup Saturday

Lydia Holtmann, Springfield Catholic 2014/Springfield SC 95/96
Lydia Holtmann, Springfield Catholic 2014/Springfield SC 95/96
The 2011 Missouri State Cup will be held June 11 – 16, 2011 in St. Louis, MO at the SLYSA and Sportport complexes. The Missouri State Cup is the first leg of the US Youth National Championship Series. All age groups (Under 13 up to Under 19) will participate June 11th – 16th. The 2012 Girls State Cup will be played in the Fall later this year as MYSA separates the tournaments by gender.

The state and regional events are a part of the annual US Youth Soccer National Championship Series that features over 10,000 teams, each competing for a chance to advance from state, to region and ultimately the national championship. In addition to the competition, teams are highlighting their talents for numerous college coaches that use the events as a primary recruiting tool.

State champions advance to one of four US Youth Soccer Regional Championships, where 926 teams will compete. The Region II Tournament (Midwest) will be held June 24-29 in Fox Cities, WI.

The National Championship field consists of these regional champions and National League representatives.

There is ONE girls teams from Southwest Missouri participating this year, the Springfield SC U15 squad that consists primarily of high school freshman and includes players such as:
Aspen Hawkins, Class 3 District 12 offensive player of the year for the Central Bulldogs as well as 1st Team Central Region honors.
Lydia Holtmann, who got the game-winner for the Springfield Catholic squad in the title game this year
Nicole Ortega, who’s 50 yard run past three defenders into the box created the opportunity for Holtmann
Kindra Lierz, who anchored the Glendale Falcons defense from her goalkeeper position while earning Goalkeeper of the Year honors for Class 3 Southwest Region
Miriam Melugin, who started every game in midfield for Kickapoo
Payton DeHart, who scored 12 goals for Nixa, including 5 game-winners
Emma Chilton, who started at outside defender but became a central midfielder for Parkview in their District title run

The team also includes Nikki Bates, Rebecca Burton, Abby Greene, Morgan Henry, Hannah Kofron, Megan Loethen, Taylor Merritt, Kasey Opfer, Jennifer Pittman, Taylor Stamper, Payton DeHart and Kenzie Dunaway.

Coached by Cory Carr, the girls are ranked #7 in Missouri and will begin play Saturday against Futura FC KCFC, the top-ranked team in the state and #5 in Region II. Only one team will advance to the semifinals so Saturday’s game will be critical if they want to advance. WC St Louis Academy is ranked #4 in Missouri and the top-ranked team in Group B, thus the likely semifinal opponent.

Girls U15 – Bracket A
Springfield SC 95/96, Cory Carr – #7 Missouri
6/11, 5:00 PM FUTURA FC KCFC/FUTURA ACADEMY (MO) SPRINGFIELD S.C. 95/96 I (MO) SLYSA #14
6/13, 5:00 PM MID RIVERS UNITED-PEPPLER (MO) SPRINGFIELD S.C. 95/96 I (MO) SLYSA #07

In addition, Glendale’s Molly Brewer, recently named Offensive MVP for the Class 3 Southwest Region, is playing for the #1 Missouri ranked Scott Gallagher IL 93/94 squad that is playing in U17. Their final group game is against JB Marine Bozesky on Monday. That should determine who advances to the Final where Lou Fusz Premier/Paulsen is the highest ranked team in Bracket B at #4 in Missouri.

Girls U17 – Bracket A

Scott Gallagher IL 93/94, Tony Schmitt – #1 Missouri (Molly Brewer)
6/11, 5:00 PM SLSG IL 93/94 (MO) WC ST. LOUIS WC ST LOUIS (MO) SLYSA #17
6/12, 5:00 PM SLSG IL 93/94 (MO) J B MARINE DEVEREUX (MO) SLYSA #18
6/13, 5:00 PM SLSG IL 93/94 (MO) J B MARINE BOZESKY (MO) SLYSA #15

From Central Missouri, Mid Missouri United U13’s, coached by Columbia College Coach John Klein, along with with Carrera U16’s and Columbia Pride U18’s will compete. Group schedules are included below.

Girls U13 – Bracket C
Mid Missouri United, John Klein – #18 Missouri
6/11, 11:00 AM MID MISSOURI UNITED (MO) LOU FUSZ SC – WAYLAND (MO) SLYSA #16
6/12, 11:00 AM MID MISSOURI UNITED (MO) SLSG PREMEIR NAVY 97/98 (MO) SLYSA #14

Girls U16 – Bracket C
Carrera SC 94/95, Paul Pitchford – #3 Missouri
6/11, 1:00 PM CARRERA SC CARRERA 94/95 (MO) TONY GLAVIN TG LIONS GREEN (MO) SLYSA #14
6/12, 11:00 AM CARRERA SC CARRERA 94/95 (MO) WC ST. LOUIS ACADEMY (MO) SLYSA #17
6/13, 1:00 PM MID RIVERS LARSEN/BLUE (MO) CARRERA SC CARRERA 94/95 (MO) SLYSA #16

The Top 2 teams in the age group are JB Marine Wipke and KC Select who are in the other two brackets.

Womens U18 – Bracket A
Columbia Pride 92/93 Blue, Kevin Roderique – #11 Missouri
6/12, 1:00 PM SLSG NAVY 92/93 (MO) – COLUMBIA PRIDE 92/93 BLUE GIRLS (MO) SLYSA #10
6/13, 1:00 PM COLUMBIA PRIDE 92/93 BLUE GIRLS (MO) – LOU FUSZ SC – SANFILIPPO-BLUE (MO ) SLYSA #10

The Top 2 teams are Gallagher Green Academy and Gallagher Navy which will be the Pride’s opening match. escorts agency

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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Miriam Melugin (KHS 2014) & Emma Chilton (PHS 2014)

Thursday Sunshine and Games!

The regular season comes to an end two weeks from today. District seeding may occur as early as next week.

Greenwood Blue Jays – 0
Logan-Rogersville Wildcats – 2
A goal by Haley Weeks in the 3rd minute and one by Colette Mast, also in the first half, were enough to get the Wildcats past the Blue Jays tonight. Photos available here

Carthage Tigers – 4
Central Bulldogs – 2
Carthage goals by Jamileth Henriquez (2) Tristen Bass (1 goal, 1 assist), Miraya Lopez

Marshfield Wildcats – 6
Republic Tigers – 2
Marshfield goals were scored by Alex Cantrell, who had a hat trick, Kylea Ryser with a brace (that’s 2) and Danielle Coffman.

Neosho Wildcats – 0
Glendale Falcons – 10

OZARK CONFERENCE
The Bulldogs sit atop the Conference with an unblemished record (6-0). Still remaining after tonights game are Camdenton on May 2nd and Glendale on May 3rd. Can they hold on?

Lebanon vs Camdenton is also a District 10 game. Camdenton dreams of District glory this year, and therefor must get past Lebanon if they hope to finally beat Rolla. As the Lake News noted last week – This year’s CHS senior class is winless all-time against Rolla, which has ended the Lady Lakers’ postseason run in districts each of the past two seasons.

Miriam Melugin (KHS 2014) & Emma Chilton (PHS 2014)
Miriam Melugin (KHS 2014) & Emma Chilton (PHS 2014)
Parkview Vikings – 1 (2nd OT)
Kickapoo Chiefs – 0
Kelsey Loderhose buried a free kick from 30 yards (video) for the game winner in the 95th minute Thursday night. The game was scoreless through regulation and while the Chief’s had the better opportunities, including a ball off the underside of the crossbar and a breakaway by Katie Lynn that was cleared inside the six yard box by Holly Messick, they were unable to get the decisive goal.

The Vikings matched the Chiefs intensity tonight, aided and abetted by a recent change that has moved freshman Emma Chilton into the middle. Emma offers the Vikings more bite in the middle, a necessary ingredient in the Ozark Conference. The Vikings backline, led by McKenzie Payton, once again features Anna Withers, Messick and Amy Green and this experienced group will be key come Districts where a single goal can determine the outcome.

The Chiefs, who welcomed the return of McKenna Adams and Kate Bess from injuries, will look at how a foul 30 yards out impacted the outcome. Much like the Glendale match a month ago. Strong games against Ozark and Camdenton next week will be important to earning a #2 seed in preparation for Districts. Oh, and that rematch with the Falcon’s on May 11th.

Rolla Bulldogs – 5
Joplin Eagles – 0

Lebanon Yellowjackets – 0
Camdenton Lakers – 3
Camdenton goals by freshmen Morgan Henry and Whitney Snow and game winner by Danielle Brooks (junior). Camdenton improves to 11-4 and 5-1 in Conference play
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