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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

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


Missouri Class 3 District 12 All-District Soccer Honors

Chase Grubb, Kickapoo Chiefs, chests ball
The 2012 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).

The District includes the Central Bulldogs, Joplin Eagles, Kickapoo Chiefs and Parkview Vikings. The Kickapoo Chiefs won the District title with a 3-0 win over the Eagles before going on to reach the Quarterfinals where they lost to Rock Bridge.

Overall MVP of District: Josh McCutcheon & Elliott Williams, Kickapoo
MVP Offense: Ryan Estus, Joplin
MVP Defense: Turner Adams, Kickapoo
MVP Goalie: Brock Renken, Joplin

1st Team,,,
Turner Adams, Sr, Defender, Kickapoo
Hunter Durham, Sr, Mid, Kickapoo
Ryan Estus, Sr, Forward, Joplin
Chase Grubb, Sr, Defender, Kickapoo
Griffen Locke, Sr, Defender, Joplin
Josh McCutcheon, Sr, Forward, Kickapoo
Brock Renken, Jr, GK, Joplin
Joe Rice, Sr, Forward, Joplin
Andy Sivils, Jr, Forward, Central
Aaron Strunk, Sr, Mid, Kickapoo
Louis Taylor, Jr, Mid, Parkview
Lal Thang, Sr, Mid, Central
Elliott Williams, Sr, Mid, Kickapoo

Second Team,,,
John Bogue, Sr, Forward, Parkview
Sam Engler, So, Forward, Kickapoo
Palmer Harrison, Sr, Defender, Kickapoo
Connor Heeren, Sr, Mid, Kickapoo
T J Joy, Sr, Defender, Parkview
Will Krolman, Sr, Defender, Joplin
Taylor Pedigo, Sr, Defender, Kickapoo
Edgar Romero, Sr, Mid, Joplin
Josh Rovey, Jr, Gk, Central
Cole Shepard, Sr, Defender, Joplin
Phillip Starns, So, Defender, Central
Garrett Ward, Sr, Mid, Joplin

Coaches – please send me your District and Conference awards at Ole@SGFsoccer.com so that we can recognize your players as well.

All-Ozark Conference Boys Soccer Honors

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

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
[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
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


Ozark Conference Soccer: Joplin At Kickapoo Tonight!

Mac-Hoogeveen-Kickapoo-Chiefs-soccer-clearsThe 2012 Ozark Conference title will likely be decided Tuesday when Joplin visits Kickapoo. The two teams are undefeated in the Conference and if they needed additional incentive, the game will also establish the top seed for the Class 3 District 12 tournament.

Joplin has a high-powered offense that will meet a strong, physical challenge in the Chiefs defense, led in the back by Turner Adams and Mac Hoogeveen (pictured) and several goalkeepers already. Did I mention Aaron Strunk’s work between the pipes Saturday? Kickapoo’s greatest advantage in the region however is the breadth of scoring options, led by Hunter Durham up top who had a hat-trick against SLUH on Saturday.

While Rolla comes into this weeks action undefeated in Conference, they face their strongest challenges in Conference in the second half of the season, including Waynesville’s visit Thursday. They’ll host Kickapoo October 18th and visit Joplin October 23rd.

Glendale had a quiet but effective weekend in St Louis, going 2-1 (as did Catholic & Kickapoo). With 1 goal wins over Granite City and Carthage, the Falcon’s haven’t reached the point where you can ignore them. They’ll have their chance to stamp their imprint on the Ozark Conference race tomorrow (Wednesday) when they visit Kickapoo

Joplin defeats Kickapoo on a golden goal by Joe Rice in the 2nd OT period
Glendale defeated Lebanon 10-0
Rolla defeated Hillcrest 7-0

School: OC/Overall Record
Joplin: 7-0-0/11-1-1
Kickapoo: 4-1-0/9-2
Rolla: 4-0-0/
Glendale: 3-1-0/6-4-0
UPDATED to reflect Tuesday’s results listed above

Rolla’s game at Joplin the final week of the season now becomes the lone hurdle to Joplin becoming Ozark Conference Champions.

As always, thanks to Coach Schmitt at West Plains for maintaining the Ozark Conference Standings. Who’s going to step up and maintain a Central Ozark Conference Standings?

Key Games Remaining
Joplin – Kickapoo
10/3 Glendale – Kickapoo
10/4 Waynesville – Rolla
10/18 Kickapoo – Rolla
10/23 Rolla – Joplin

Ozark Conference Champions
2005 Glendale, Kickapoo
2006 Kickapoo
2007 Kickapoo
2008 Kickapoo
2009 Camdenton
2010 Kickapoo
2011 Joplin, Kickapoo, Waynesville


Catholic & Kickapoo Open with Wins

Turner Adams, Kickapoo Chiefs, wins header
The Chiefs opened their season Tuesday night against a tough Ozark Conference rival but earned the win by matching and ultimately exceeding the Lakers across the pitch.

Kickapoo Chiefs – 3
Camdenton Lakers – 0

The game opened with a near goal for the Chiefs as the Laker’s keeper lost the handle on a ball into the box. Alert defending by captains #10 and #13 cleared the ball off the line behind the keeper. A PK opportunity for the Chiefs, following a foul in the box, was saved in the 11th and once again the Lakers stayed close. That changed in the second half when some nifty skill work in the box by William’s allowed him to get what would prove to be the game-winner in the 42nd minute. Goals by Josh McCutcheon and Hunter Durham later in the half established the final margin.

PHOTO GALLERY – Kickapoo vs Camdenton

The Camdenton squad has as much speed and desire as the Chiefs which will make them competitive in the Conference and Districts but the Chiefs showed last night that their midfield will be hard to match this season. With an experienced back line and a fast and aggressive front line, Kickapoo looks very strong. Three goals, three players and the Chiefs open up what they hope will be a season to remember.

I suggest you add Kickapoo’s game at Nixa on September 20th to your calendar, that looks to be a high quality game. For more on the Chief’s, listen to my interview with Head Coach Phil Hodge post-game via the link below.

Springfield Catholic – 10
Marshfield Blue Jays – 0
The Fightin’ Irish took some time breaking down the Blue Jays defense but once breached, by Mitch Moncada in the 27th minute via Ryan Randall’s assist, the squad went on to complete the shutout as the opened the defense of their first state title. The squad showed they have to the tools to compete across the board although the amount of one-on-one play will need to be dialed back.

PHOTO GALLERY – Catholic vs Marshfield (coming soon)


Nixa Eagles 6, Republic Tigers 1
Eagles report on goal scorers is here

West Plains Zizzers 7, Lebanon Yellowjackets 1 (Ozark Conference)
The Zizzer’s game report is here

via Joplin Globe

Three games into the season and the Joplin defense has yet to allow a goal as the Eagles blanked Waynesville 5-0 in Ozark Conference soccer action Tuesday at the Joplin Athletic Complex. The Eagles (3-0, 2-0 Ozark) avenged their only conference loss from last season.

Carl Junction 4, College Heights 2
Tyler Morley scored a hat trick to push Carl Junction past College Heights in nonconference soccer action at Missouri Southern.

The Ozark Sports Zone has stories on the Kickapoo-Camdenton, Catholic-Marshfield and Cassville-Monett games as well.

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