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Missouri Class 3 All-District 10 Girls Soccer Honors

Jefferson City Jays, Kara Steiner
Jefferson City Jays, Kara Steiner
Player of the Year: Kara Steiner, Senior, Jefferson City
Offensive Player of the Year: Kinsey Shouse, Senior, Jefferson City
Defensive Player of the Year: Taylor Banholzer, Sophomore, Rolla
Keeper of the Year: Adrian Pogue, Senior, Rolla

Coach of the Year: Mike Howard, Rolla

Note: Both Steiner and Shouse are headed for Drury in the Fall where they will play for Coach Alf Bilbao and the Panthers.

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Tuesday’s Ozark Conference Soccer

Kelsey Loderhose, Parkview (2011) scores against Rolla
Kelsey Loderhose, Parkview (2011) scores against Rolla
Parkview Vikings – 3
Rolla Bulldogs – 1
Parkview scored all three goals against the wind in the first half. Junior Kelsey Loderhose led the scoring with two goals and an assist. Loderhose was assisted by Shelby Stewart and Jessica Maerz. Rolla tied the game briefly on an unassisted goal by Jaclyn Standfast (Missouri S&T recruit) before Loderhose got her second. Stewart scored the third goal.

West Plains Zizzers – 0
Lebanon Yellowjackets – 4
Emily Boyer scored in the 18th and 34th minutes. to give Lebanon a 2-0 halftime lead. Lebanon added two more goals in the second half. Emilee Starnes scored in the 5th minute of the half and Stephanie Speer added the final goal in the 37th minute of the half.

Emily Cline, Glendale (2011)
Emily Cline, Glendale (2011)
Glendale Falcons – 6
Joplin Eagles – 0
Emily Cline scored two goals in the first 8 minutes, both from inside the 6 yard box, to give the Falcon’s an early lead at Cooper Soccer Complex this evening. Molly Brewer added a goal, scored from 25 yards that slipped under the bar into the wind, in the first half. Final stats are Emily Cline (3G), Molly Brewer (2G), Katie Brewer (1G), Mindyrose Moffe (2A), Lindsey Sprouse (1A).

Camdenton Lakers – 10
Hillcrest Hornets – 0
From the Lake Sun Leader: Freshman striker Miriam Taylor scored four goals to lead Camdenton in a 10-0 hammering of the Hillcrest Hornets. The 51-minute mercy rule victory on Tuesday night marked the Lady Lakers’ third 10-0 win of the 2010 campaign. Taylor had a natural hat trick in the first 18 minutes of the match and scored her fourth goal to cap off a long dribbling run in the 44th minute.

Waynesville Tigers – 0
Kickapoo Chiefs – 3
From the Waynesville Daily Guide: Springfield Kickapoo junior forward McKenna Adams scored a goal and assisted on two others to help the Lady Chiefs topple the Lady Tigers 3-0 Tuesday night at Slaughter Field. It was Waynesville’s Ozark Conference opener. “She’s vicious,” WHS head coach Mike Gow said of Adams. ‘When she’s in the game, they look to her. She can just drill that ball from outside.” All three Kickapoo goals came in the first half, but Waynesville (1-3, 0-1 Ozark Conference) was effective stopping Adams the second. The WHS defense clamped down on her and she only got a few touches.

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Missouri S&T Miners Sign Jaclyn Standfast, 6 Others

Jaclyn Standfast, Rolla Bulldogs
Jaclyn Standfast, Rolla Bulldogs
(Rolla, Mo.) – Missouri S&T women’s soccer coach Jon Kiester has announced the signing of six student-athletes to national letters of intent plus another one that plans to walk on and play for the Lady Miners in the upcoming 2010 campaign.

The newcomers are Leilah Saadi, Audrey Barnard, Kirstin Kurilla, Kimberly Ekholm, Jaclyn Standfast, Nicole French, and Kelsey Salzman.

“We are always looking to build our depth,” Keister said. “A majority of our starters are going to be seniors this year which is exciting and we need to provide them with some depth not only for competition but also to give us something coming off the bench.”

Below are bios on all seven of the signed players.

Jaclyn Standfast – 5-6, senior, Rolla High School. Standfast played at Rolla High for head coach Mike Howard. She plays center midfield and has earned all-conference, all-district and all-southwest Missouri region honors. Standfast led the Bulldogs in scoring last season with 11 goals and eight assists for a total of 30 points.

Leilah Saadi – 5-5, junior-college transfer from Hutchinson Community College. Saadi competed for two seasons at Hutchinson Community College as a forward. In her two seasons there she scored 24 goals and had 19 assists for a total of 67 points in a total of 32 contests. Last season she scored 13 goals and had five assists for a total of 31 points in 12 games. Saadi had five multi-goal games including a pair of three-goal games against Allen County and Garden City Community Colleges. As a freshman she appeared in 20 games scoring 11 goals and dishing out 14 assists for a total of 36 points and was a second team all-region selection. Saadi scored in six different games with three multi-goal games. Saadi, a native of Topeka, Kan., played at Topeka West HS for head coach Chris McGinnis. She was the team’s most valuable defender in 2007 and 2008. She plans on majoring in civil engineering.

Audrey Barnard – 5-6, senior, Raytown High School, Raytown, Mo. Barnard is a two-year letter-winner for the Blue Jays heading into her senior season. Last season she was an honorable mention all-conference selection and helped her team to a conference championship. She is a “Wendy’s High School Heisman” nominee. Barnard is also a member of the KC Select United club team and plans on majoring in mechanical engineering.

Kirstin Kurilla – 5-5, senior, Edwardsville High School, Edwardsville, Ill. Kurilla earned all-state honorable mention as a midfielder last season at Edwardsville High School. She plays for the club team St. Louis Scott Gallagher. Her older sister Kelsey has been a goalkeeper the past three seasons for the Lady Miners.

Kimberly Ekholm – 5-6, senior, Cypress Springs High School, Houston, Texas. Ekholm, a center midfielder, has been an all-district selection each of the last two seasons and served as one of the team captains. She is a member of the club soccer team Albion Hurricanes FC. Her sister Shelly is also a member of the women’s soccer team at Missouri S&T.

Nicole French – a senior midfielder at Oakville High School scored a pair of goals and had an assist last season for the Tigers. One of her goals was a game winner. She also plays midfield for her club team MC United.

Kelsey Salzman – 5-5, senior, Notre Dame de Sion High School, Kansas City, Mo. Salzman has played for three years at Notre Dame de Sion. During her time there she has been a part of three straight Missouri Final Four teams. As a freshman in 2007 she helped her squad to a second place finish in Missouri Class 1. In 2008 she was a member of the team that won the Missouri Class 1 state title 1-0 over Notre Dame (St. Louis). Last season she helped her team to third place finish in Missouri Class 2. Salzman is also an exceptional runner competing in the Missouri State High School Cross Country Championships all four years, finishing second in 2007 and fourth in 2008. She plays club soccer for the Chili Peppers in Kansas City. Her older brother Daniel was a member of the Miner soccer team for four years from 2005-08. She plans on majoring in nuclear engineering.

The Lady Miners finished the 2009 campaign with a 5-9-1 overall mark, 5-8 in the Great Lakes Valley Conference.escorts dubai elite

Rolla Bulldogs Focusing On Offense

Adrian Pogue, Rolla Bulldogs (2010)
Adrian Pogue, Rolla Bulldogs (2010)
After finishing tied for 3rd in the Ozark Conference, with Northern neighbor Camdenton, the Bulldogs lost 1-0 in the District Final’s last year to Jeff City, on a goal scored in the final 3 minutes of the game. Combined with an OT loss to Glendale and a 2-3 loss to Kickapoo during Ozark Conference play, the Bulldogs know what they need to do to get back to their winning ways in post-season. Daily News Sports Editor Dave Roberts diggs into the details with RHS girls’ soccer looking for more offense in 2010

Rolla, Mo. —
The Rolla High School girls’ soccer team will be looking for more offense this spring. The Lady Bulldogs had a strong defensive effort throughout 2009, allowing just 17 goals all season long.

However, RHS simply couldn’t find the back of the net enough on the other end of the field. Rolla finished with a 16-7-3 record last year, reaching the district tournament championship game.

From that squad seven starters and 10 varsity lettermen return. Leading the charge for RHS is senior goal-keeper Adrian Pogue, an all-state selection last season. Pogue recorded 14 shutouts last season and is the Lady Bulldog career shutout leader with 34.

RHS will start three defenders – senior Katherine McCaulla, sophomore Kendra Wood and junior Ashlee Rightnowar.

Starting outside midfielders are senior Katelyn Maddy and sophomore Taylor Tronstad while the center midfielders are sophomore Taylor Banholzer and senior Jaclyn Standfast.

The three forwards are seniors Olivia Cox and Kaylyn Stoll and junior Ellen Spooner.

Rolla is scheduled to begin the season on Friday, March 26, opening the Central Federal/RHS Girls’ Soccer Classic against Washington at 5 p.m. on Kiwanis Field. RHS is also scheduled to play Springfield Catholic at 9 a.m. and Columbia Hickman at 2:45 p.m. on Saturday, March 27 in the event.

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2009 Class 3 District 10 Girls Soccer All-District Teams

2009 All-District Teams
District 10 Girls Soccer

Co-Player of the Year: Mariah McClain – Jefferson City
Co-Player of the Year: Kara Steiner – Jefferson City

Offensive Player of the Year: Stephanie Kirvan – Camdenton
Defensive Player of the Year: Emily Downing – Jefferson City
Goalie of the Year: Adrian Pogue — Rolla

District 10 Coach of the Year: Matt Stacey – Jefferson City

First Team All District
Name, Grade – Position, School

Emily Boyer, 11th – Forward, Lebanon
Kim Carter, 12th – Midfielder, Rolla
Olivia Cox, 11th – Midfielder, Rolla
Emily Downing, 12th – Defender, Jefferson City
Katie Evers, 11th – Defender, Jefferson City
Stephanie Kirvan, 12th – Forward, Camdenton
Latea LaRue, 11th – Midfielder, Camdenton
Mariah McClain, 12th – Keeper, Jefferson City
Adrian Pogue, 11th – Keeper, Rolla
Kara Steiner, 11th – Midfielder, Jefferson City
Ashley Stockstill, 12th – Defender, Waynesville
Hanna Winkel, 12th – Midfielder, Lebanon

Second Team All District

Miranda Arganda, 12th – Defender, Waynesville
Haley Baker, 10th – Forward, Camdenton
Abby Campbell, 12th – Defender, Jefferson City
Molly Cowley, 11th – Forward, Jefferson City
Janel Glidden, 12th – Defender, Lebanon
Kali Kuse, 10th – Defender, Camdenton
Chelsea Lefors, 11th – Midfielder, Lebanon
Katelyn Maddy, 11th – Midfielder, Rolla
Ashley Shockley, 12th – Defender, Lebanon
Sandra Shore, 10th – Keeper, Camdenton
Kinsey Shouse, 11th – Midfielder, Jefferson City
Jaclyn Standfast, 11th – Midfielder, Rolla
Kelly Strope, 11th – Forward, Jefferson City
Kendra Wood, 9th – Defender, Rolla

Honorable Mention All District

Taylor Banholzer, 9th – Rolla
Callie Beard, 12th – Lebanon
Kelsey Coffman, 11th – Jefferson City
Alicia Cook, 11th – Waynesville
Erica Combs, 12th – Waynesville
Jenna Foster, 12th – Jefferson City
Cassie Hale, 9th – Camdenton
Abby Rhea, 11th – Jefferson City
Amanda Rogers, 12th – Rolla
Abby Zimmerman, 9th – Lebanon asian escorts dubai