Tag: Evan Garrad

Evan Loyd, Evan Garrad and Evan Craig Sign For College

Springfield SC U11, Gateway Classic 2004
Champions U11, Gateway Classic, September 2004. 1st tournament after merger of United, Soccer Select, and Cobras.

An opportunity to look back while looking forward. First, check out this early Springfield SC U11 squad with their Gateway Classic championship trophies from September 2004. This was the first tournament they played as U11’s after the merger of three Springfield teams; Springfield United, Springfield Soccer Select, and Todd McCutcheon’s Cobras. Thanks to Duane Moses for sharing the photo and Debbie Loyd for helping me pull this together. Now I need some more help, let’s complete this roster.

Back Row: Elliott Williams, Taylor Pedigo, Josh McCutcheon, Jakob Neidig, Evan Garrad, Evan Loyd, Robbie Oslica
Center Row: ?, ?, ?, ?, Danny Renner
Front Row: Dallas Moses, ?, Drew Kennedy, Evan Craig, Matt Call, ?

The three Evan’s of the SSC 94 Red Team… Evan Garrad, Evan Craig and Evan Loyd will all be playing next year in the GLVC. Garrard at UMSL, Craig at Rockhust, and Loyd at Bellarmine. They began playing together on a U8 Team, coach by Rich Garrard and Tim Flavin, known as Springfield Soccer. Then on and off for years together on the SSC 94 Red team.

Evan Craig, who joined the #1 ranked Raytown Billy Goat squad after helping Springfield SC win the State Title in 2011. The team lost to SLSG Elite in the 2012 Final but as noted go into this season ranked first in the State, as the defending champion SLSG Elite squad has joined the NPL and will not compete in State Cup this Spring/Summer.

He was named to the Class 1 All-State 1st Team and 1st Team All-Ozarks in 2012 .Evan is also a member of the Region 2 ODP Team. He was named to the Region 2 roster for the 2012 Boys NCAA Interregional which took place in Birmingham Al, in December 2012. He is still using the trophy pictured to hang the many medals he’s earned.

Evan Garrad joins the UMSL Tritons from Glendale and Springfield SC. A captain for the young Falcons, he moved into a central midfield role this year following three years on defense. The Falcons earned a District title before falling to Kickapoo in the Sectional game. Evan was named to the Class 3 Southwest Region 1st team and All-Ozark Conference 1st Team as well.

The Tritons reached the GLVC Championship last year, falling to Rockhurst. I know he’s got some academic chops and UMSL offers a nationally recognized school of optometry that is being considered.

Evan Loyd, goalkeeper for the Greenwood Blue Jays, also earned a State Championship with Craig and Garrad with Springfield SC. He’s since moved to Total Demize SC where he’s been honing his craft, including the recently competed Futsal Regional Tourney. Evan was named to the Class 1 All-State 2nd Team along with Southwest Regional honors.

He joins the Bellarmine Knights, who finished 4th in the GLVC in 2012 on a team with a large St Louis influence. Bellarmine is located in Louisville, KY.

All three players have been named to the 2013 All-Star game roster as well.

Southwest Missouri Class 3 All-Region Soccer

Glendale Falcons, Evan Garrad
The Southwest Missouri All-Region team for Class 3 has been announced. The Region includes Districts 11 and 12 encompassing 8 teams.  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). District winners included the Kickapoo Chiefs (11) and Joplin Eagles (12). The Chiefs were Sectional winners, falling to Rock Bridge in the Quarterfinals.

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Co-Player of the Year
Josh McCutcheon, Kickapoo
Elliott Williams, Kickapoo

Co-Offensive Player of the Year
Robert Neathery, Nixa
Nic Bauer, Glendale

Defensive Player of the Year
Turner Adams, Kickapoo

Goalkeeper of the Year
Brock Renken Joplin

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Pos, Player, School, Grad
D,Turner Adams, Kickapoo, 2013,
D, Matt Call, Glendale, 2013
D, Griffin Locke, Joplin, 2013
D, Austin Engleman, Nixa, 2013
F, Hunter Durham, Kickapoo, 2013
F, Aaron Strunk, Kickapoo, 2013
F, Nic Bauer, Glendale, 2013
F, Ryan Estus, Joplin, 2013
F, Robert Neathery, Nixa, 2013
F, Jakob Neidig, Ozark, 2013
F, Lal Thang, Central, 2013
MF, Josh McCutcheon, Kickapoo, 2013
MF, Elliott Williams, Kickapoo, 2013
MF, Evan Garrad, Glendale, 2013
GK, Brock Renken, Joplin, 2013
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All-Ozark Conference Boys Soccer Honors

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Turner Adams, Kickapoo Chiefs, wins header
The All-Conference team for the Ozark Conference squad has been announced. The Conference includes the Camdenton Lakers, Glendale Falcons, Hillcrest Hornets, Joplin Eagles, Kickapoo Chiefs, Lebanon Yellowjackets, Parkview Vikings, Rolla Bulldogs, Waynesville Tigers and West Plains Zizzers. The Hornets, Bulldogs and Zizzers compete in Class 2 while the remaining teams are Class 3.

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 Joplin Eagles and Rolla Bulldogs shared the Ozark Conference title this year with identical 8-1-0 mark. Rolla defeated the Eagles 2-1 at Joplin in the last game of the Conference schedule to earn their share of the title.

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2012 Ozark Conference Soccer Team

Player of the Year – Aaron Froehlich, Rolla
Co-Offensive Players of the Year – Nic Bauer, Glendale and Ryan Estus, Joplin
Defensive Player of the Year – Turner Adams, Kickapoo

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1st Team
Turner Adams,Kickapoo,Senior,Back
Nic Bauer,Glendale,Senior,Forward
Josiah Blansett,Camdenton,Junior,Back
Caleb Boston,Hillcrest,Junior,Goalkeeper
Matt Call,Glendale,Senior,Back
Matt Calvert,Rolla,Senior,Midfielder
Hunter Durham,Kickapoo,Senior,Midfielder
Ryan Estus,Joplin,Senior,Forward
Aaron Froehlich,Rolla,Junior,Forward
Evan Garrad,Glendale,Senior,Forward
Logan Houf,Rolla,Junior,Midfielder
Steven Jimenez,Waynesville,Senior,Forward
Nate Kramme,Rolla,Junior,Back
Griffen Locke,Joplin,Senior,Back
Kyler Moore,Camdenton,Senior,Forward
Joe Rice,Joplin,Senior,Forward
Cole Shepard,Joplin,Senior,Back
Elliott Williams,Kickapoo,Senior,Midfielder
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[table]2nd Team
Oscar Diaz,Camdenton,Senior,Midfielder
Chase Grubb,Kickapoo,Senior,Back
Michael Janke,Rolla,Senior,Midfielder
Shane Jewett,Waynesville,Junior,Forward
TJ Joy,Parkview,Senior,Back
Will Krolman,Joplin,Senior,Back
Josh McCutcheon,Kickapoo,Senior,Forward
Ryan McDermott,Hillcrest,Senior,Midfielder
Sven Olberg,Rolla,Senior,Back
Tony Palmisano,Glendale,Junior,Midfielder
Brock Renken,Joplin,Junior,Goalkeeper
Derek Roberts,Glendale,Junior,Back
Gage Scurlock,Rolla,Junior,Goalkkeeper
Connor Smith,Camdenton,Senior,Back
Aaron Strunk,Kickapoo,Senior,Midfielder
Alex Ugbah,West Plains,Freshman,Midfielder
Nick Wapelhorst,Lebanon,Sophomore,Forward
Garrett Ward,Joplin,Senior,Midfielder
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Honorable Mention
Joey Block,West Plains,Sophomore,Midfielder
John Bogue,Parkview,Senior,Forward
Cody Cates,Lebanon,Sophomore,Back
Izzy Chappell,Glendale,Junior,Midfielder
Trevor Cressman,West Plains,Senior,Midfielder
Sam Engler,Kickapoo,Sophomore,Midfielder
Connor Heeren,Kickapoo,Senior,Midfielder
Trent Johnson,Lebanon,Senior,Forward
Riley King,Waynesville,Sophomore,Back
Hunter McMahon,Camdenton,Senior,Goalkeeper
Yamil Ocampo,Glendale,Senior,Midfielder
Taylor Pedigo,Kickapoo,Senior,Back
Levi Pueppke,Parkview,Senior,Midfielder
Ben Reinbold,Glendale,Junior,Back
Edgar Romero,Joplin,Senior,Midfielder
Luis Santillan,Joplin,Junior,Midfielder
Hunter Short,Rolla,Junior,Forward
Austin Strait,Hillcrest,Senior,Back
Juan Vasquez,Camdenton,Senior,Forward
Lajos Zadravecz,Waynesville,Senior,Goalkeeper
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Robert Neathery, Nixa Eagles

Robert Neathery Establishes New Career Goal and Scoring Marks at Nixa

Robert Neathery, Nixa Eagles
Robert Neathery, Nixa Eagles (2010)
UPDATED – With a hat trick in the Eagles 4-0 win over the Ozark Tigers, Robert now owns the career goal-scoring record at Nixa as well as the overall career scoring record. He recorded goals 54-56 in the win, while adding his 46th career assist, extending the scoring record to 158 and counting.

The Eagles next game is Friday in Creve Coeur against St Dominic’s, the #1 ranked small school in St Louis. SGFsoccer will be on hand for that game (weather permitting) so look for live reports, photos and video this weekend.

From September 19 – As reported by the Nixa Soccer website, senior Robert Neathery is now the all time leading scorer with 138 points 48 goals and 42 assists. He surpasses Kaleb Romero’s 136 points. Kaleb went on to play for Northeastern OK A&M (a two year program) and now plays for the Southwest Baptist Bearcats on their inaugural men’s team.

Robert’s ‘coming out party’ was in the District 11 semifinal two years ago. How many of you remember that match at Cooper Stadium? Here’s what I had to say about that game, and Robert.

#2 Glendale Falcons – 5 (PKs)
#3 Nixa Eagles – 4
The Nixa Eagles discovered some mojo tonight and his name is Robert Neathery. Scoring three goals for the Eagles, before going out late in the match with an injury, it appeared the boys team were destined to repeat the heights reached by the girls program in the Spring. It was not to be however as the Falcon’s clawed their way back into the game, equalizing in the 77th minute on sophomore Evan Garrad’s 30 yard blast that found the upper 90.

That was one of the more remarkable playoff games that I can recall in my 10 years of following the game in Southwest Missouri. Check out the video of Evan Garrad’s game-tying goal and a photo gallery from that evening.

Robert and Evan, both senior leaders on their squad, will face off on October 15th at Glendale.

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Ozark Conference Soccer

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Evan Garrad, Glendale Falcons (2013)
UPDATED – Full schedule this evening with all ten teams playing. Joplin is looking to continue their unbeaten run, they are 2-0 in the Ozark Conference and 5-0 overall, having outscored their opponents 31-0 thus far. Rolla and Glendale open Conference play tonight, with the Bulldogs visiting Parkview and the Falcons hosting Camdenton, the two in-town games for your consideration tonight.

Parkview Vikings – 1
Rolla Bulldogs – 7

Glendale Falcons – 5
Camdenton Lakers – 0
Yamil Ocampo and Nic Bauer scored in the first half to lead the Falcons

Lebanon Yellowjackets – 1
Kickapoo Chiefs – 9
Taylor Pedigo opened the scoring, only to see Lebanon’s Kyle Monnahan tie the score. Aaron Strunk got the game-winner in the first half and the Chiefs had seven different players score.

Waynesville Tigers – 3
West Plains Zizzers – 0
Zizzer Soccer – Waynesville opened the scoring in the 8th minute. Waynesville added a goal from Lucas Cressler in the 20th minute. The score was 2-0 at halftime.

Joplin Eagles – 10
Hillcrest Hornets – 0
Joplin Globe – Ryan Estes got the Eagles on the board at the 6:00 mark when he punched in a corner kick to make it 1-0. Estes added a goal and an assist. Rice finished with two goals for the Eagles. Garrett Ward had two goals and two assists.

The Home Team is listed first. Thanks as always go out to Nick Schmitt of the West Plains Zizzers for maintaining the Ozark Conference standings and archives. More pictures like this are available here. Get your money’s worth, accept no imitators!