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Taylor Arens, Springfield Catholic (2011)

Missouri High School Soccer: Class 1 District 10 Recognition

Taylor Arens, Springfield Catholic (2011)
Taylor Arens, Springfield Catholic (2011)
2010 Class 1 District 10 All District Team as chosen by the Coaches. It includes Springfield Catholic, District Champion and 2nd place finisher at State this year along with Greenwood, New Covenant, College Heights and Thomas Jefferson.

Player of the Year – Taylor Arens, Sr, Springfield Catholic
Offensive P.O.Y. – Adam Entrup, Sr, Springfield Catholic
Defensive P.O.Y – Josh Moncada, Sr, Springfield Catholic
Keeper P.O.Y. – Levi Millsap, Sr, Springfield Catholic
Coach of the Year – Joe Kofron, Springfield Catholic

1st Team
Taylor Arens, 12 – Midfielder, Springfield Catholic
Levi Millsap, 12 – Keeper, Springfield Catholic
Adam Entrup, 12 – Forward, Springfield Catholic
Josh Moncada, 12 – Defender, Springfield Catholic
Stuart Beezley, 12 – Midfield, Greenwood
Devon Whitlock, 12 – Forward, Greenwood
Hawken Thieme, 12 – Forward, Greenwood
Brantly Gossett, 10 – Forward, College Heights
Evan Belk, 11 – Keeper, College Heights
Tanner Stever, 12 – Midfield, New Covenant
Josh Harrison, 12 – Midfield, New Covenant
Alex Oserowsky, 11 – Forward, Thomas Jefferson

2nd Team
Luke Straus, 11 – Forward, Springfield Catholic
Nick Kofran , 12 – Forward, Springfield Catholic
Connor Dahlberg, 12 – Defender, Springfield Catholic
Reid Harbach, 11 – Defender, Springfield Catholic
Cory McCoy , 12 – Defender, Greenwood
Ben Whitlock, 12 – Defender, Greenwood
Jack Hogan, 11 – Defender, Greenwood
Jake Hadcock, 12 – Defender, College Hieights
Dalton Zarrabi, 9 – Forward, College Hieights
Jeff Ruggeri, 11 – Defender, New Covenant
Michael Gloden, 12 – Keeper, New Covenant
Jake Hockman, 11 – Defender, Thomas Jefferson

Honarable Mention
Harrison Price, 12 – Defender, New Covenant
Jordan Johnston, 12 – Defender, Greenwood
Andy Godwin, 12 – Defender, Greenwood
Drew Satterfield, 10 – Midfield , College Heights
Mitchell Moncada, 10 – Forward, Springfield Catholic
Evan Craig, 10 – Midfield, Springfield Catholic
Xavier Welch, 11 – Goal Keeper, Thomas Jefferson
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Hogan Havoc, circa 2001

Congratulations To Hogan’s Havoc, Class of 2011

Hogan Havoc, circa 2001
Hogan Havoc, circa 2001
With the Greenwood Blue Jay’s senior recognition this evening comes a look back to when the boys were 3rd graders I guess (May 2001). Just a year before I moved here and I began covering the regional game four years later. Now they are counting the days before they leave the house and head off to college.

As someone noted on Facebook this week, the days are long and the years shorter. Enjoy it while you can!

For the 2001 photo above, click on it for the larger version: (l to r) jack hogan, aron dennis, andy godwin, cory mccoy, hunter sexton, ausin sexton, hawken thieme, jordan houseman, ben whitlock, dillon polino, stuart beezley

Greenwood Blue Jays, Class of 2011

For the 2010 photo above: (l to r) Andy Godwin, Ben Whitlock, Logan Hughes, Jordan Johnston, Jack Hogan, David “Bud” Hogan, Hawken Thieme, Cory Mccoy, Devon Whitlock, Stuart Beezley
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Evan Craig, Catholic breaks into the box in front of Nick Hogan, Greenwood

Catholic vs Greenwood – Class 1 Derby

Evan Craig, Catholic breaks into the box in front of Nick Hogan, Greenwood
Evan Craig, Catholic breaks into the box in front of Nick Hogan, Greenwood
Greenwood Blue Jays – 1
Springfield Catholic – 3
Under a cool Fall sky, the small school rivalry was renewed this evening between the host Blue Jays and visiting Fightin’ Irish. Unlike last year’s District Final, the Blue Jays did not play conservatively on their home pitch, they came out looking for the first goal. It was not to be in this case as the Irish pounced on the first mistake. Keeper Hawken Thieme was able to stop Luke Strauss’ 25 yard shot but was unable to hold onto the ball as the new turf kept him from moving laterally as well as we might expect. Forward Adam Entrup was in position to tap in the rebound and the Irish had the lead in the 9th min.

The game continued in an attractive attacking mode for both teams although Catholic’s pressure was beginning to take it’s toll. In the 25th, Evan Craig (pictured) won a foot race in the left corner and turned into the box where he slipped his square ball across the face of the six yard box. Thieme went horizontal but only succeeded in knocking it down where Riley Harbach was happy to tap the loose ball into the net at the far post.

This Greenwood team is goal driven and they responded very well. A move into the offensive third led to a throw-in and Nick Hogan delivered a ball into the six yard box that Cory McCoy drove into the net, bringing the Jays back within one only a minute later.

The second half was not as kind to the Jays, already missing a pair of starters due to early season injuries, and Catholic took advantage of their depth to control possession and extend their lead in the 57th minute. Nick Kofron sent a 35 yard ball into the box from a set piece. Craig was sitting near the far post and redirected the ball into the net to score the final goal.

================ earlier report ========== game photos below ==============
The Jays, like many teams, are still attempting to identify a reliable scoring option although if they start looking for Devon Whitlock more consistently, I think they would have more success in that category. A 2-1 win over Bolivar two weeks ago is the highlight and they played Carthage close, losing 0-1 in OT.

Catholic has set some high standards this season, traveling to KC twice where they lost to Rockhurst (#1 Class 3 in KC) and narrowly to Pembroke Hill. Since then, 3 games with 3 wins and a 20-1 scoring advantage points to the need for a solid defensive strategy by Greenwood.

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Christian County Soccer Tourney Results

CC Tourney: Carthage Tigers Beat Branson PiratesCarthage Tigers – 6
Branson Pirates – 1
After an early goal by Carthage, Branson tied it on a PK converted by Noah Lennon. The half ended 1-2 before the Tigers doubled their output in the 2nd half. Carthage goals were Joe Curti in the 11th minute unassisted, Juan Ortiz unassisted in the 21st, Matt Robinson on a PK in the 41st, Curti in 50th unassisted, Robinson in the 69th unassisted and Ortiz in the 71st assisted by Ismael Serratos

Webb City Cardinals – 3
Neosho Wildcats – 2

Ozark Tigers – 4
Poplar Bluff Mules – 2
Following a 1-1 tie at the half, the Tigers get two in the 2nd to earn the win.

CC Tourney: Nixa Eagles Beat Greenwood Blue Jays in PK'sNixa Eagles – 2 (PK’s)
Greenwood Blue Jays – 1
At halftime, tied as Kaleb Romero (pictured in white) scores from the spot after Khai Uyen Huynh is taken down in the box. The Jays tied it late in the half when Chris Aiken was waiting at the far post for Devon Whitlock’s set piece from the far left.

The game went to PKs following a scoreless 2nd half and two 5 min OT periods. Nixa beat Greenwood 2-1 as Kaleb Romero and Robert Neathery converted their shots and goalie Mason Young stopped the last two attempts. Goalie Hawken Thieme was responsible for several important saves in the game, including a diving stop midway thru the 1st half, to keep the Jays close. An entertaining game, both teams will so well this year.

By the way, Jennifer Robinette sang the anthem for the Eagles game and it gave me chills, combined with the moment of silence for 9/11. The lady has some pipes!

I’ve uploaded 4 short videos from the Carthage vs Branson game, taken by Madeline Curti. Check them out on my Youtube Channel This is Matt Robinson scoring.

Saturday’s Schedule
Poplar Bluff vs Neosho, 9am at Ozark
Ozark vs Webb City, 10:45am at Ozark
Greenwood vs. Branson 9am at Nixa
Nixa vs Carthage 10:45am at Nixa

7th Place Game 12:30pm at Nixa
5th Place Game 12:30pm at Ozark

3rd Place Game 2:15pm at Ozark
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Springfield Catholic Fightin' Irish vs Greenwood Blue Jays
Justin Bowenschulte (left) celebrates with Reid Harbach after scoring in the 47th minute

Catholic Fightin’ Irish – 1
Greenwood Blue Jays – 0
For a rivalry that’s only two years old, at least on the soccer pitch, this game is quickly establishing itself as a key derby locally. The stands were packed at Cooper Soccer Complex this evening and these two teams went at each other like a pair of middle-weight boxers, working the ball around and picking their moments to attack. As is often the case in situations like this, the goal came from a defensive breakdown when Justin Bowenschulte was given time for not one, but two attempts on the cross into the box. After whiffing on his initial effort, his second effort slipped past the goalkeeper 7 minutes into the second half and changed the complexion of the game.

Update – you can see the goal here

Both teams had opportunities, particularly in the second half as things opened up, and the goalkeepers each made important saves. Hawken Thieme faced down a point blank shot that kept the Jay’s close while his counterpart, Levi Millsap, pushed a ball out in the final 5 minutes of the game that seemed destined to send us to overtime.

There’s been plenty of chatter on this site trying to establish bragging rights in Class 1 District 5. What tonight showed us is it’s way to early to try. Each of these teams will tell you there’s still work to be done. It won’t be until November 5th before we’ll be certain. Unlike in the National League Central division, where certainty now reigns 🙂 Even Eddie Vedder is a fan.

As a side note, I wonder if the crowd at this game matched or exceeded the attendance at the Catholic football game Friday? And in my opinion, the Greenwood support section won the 12th man battle, providing cheerleaders, a much more organized effort and plenty of vocal support tonight.

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    Parkview Vikings Shootout

ChampionshipParkview Vikings 7, Hannibal Pirates 0
Parkview scored early and often on route to a 7-0 victory and first place in the ‘Viking Showdown.’
3rd Place – Carthage Tigers 3, Kearney 1

5th Place – Fulton Hornets 2, West Plains Zizzers 0

7th Place – Lebanon Yellowjackets 3, Neosho Wildcats 2

2nd round games, played Saturday morning

The West Plains Zizzer’s get their 2nd win of the season, shutting out the Neosho Wildcats 1-0. The goal was scored by Cory Parks on a header from Nathan Moore’s corner kick.

Fulton Hornets beat the Lebanon Yellowjackets 2 – 1

Hannibal Pirates won in PK’s against Kearney, following a 3-3 in regulation and OT play.

Parkview 3, Carthage 1

    Monett Tournament

Monett Cubs ?, Carl Junction Bulldogs ?
Monett Cubs 12, Aurora Houn ‘Dawgs 3

Willard Tigers 0, Carl Junction Bulldogs 0
Willard Tigers 3, Aurora Houn Dawgs 0

Willard Tigers 1, Monett Cubs 0 (Friday)


    Parkway Tournament

The Rolla Bulldogs won 1 and lost 2 at the Parkway Tournament this weekend.

Friday night
Parkway South 1 Rolla 0
Parkway Central 1 Jeff City 2
Parkway West 2 Hickman 1
Parkway North 2 Poplar Bluff 2

Saturday
Parkway South 5 Jeff City 3
Parkway North 1 Hickman 4
Parkway Central 3 Rolla 1
Parkway West 5 Poplar Bluff 0

Parkway West 2 Jeff City 2
Parkway South 10 Poplar Bluff 0
Parkway Central 0 Hickman 5
Parkway North 0 Rolla 2

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2-Parkway West
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