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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

Monday Girls High School Soccer Report

Willard Tigers – 0
Hillcrest Hornets – 1
District 12 opponents, the Hornets draw the first line in the sand. Elizabeth Durnall gets the game winner midway through the second half via a PK. Hornets first win of the season.

Springfield Catholic – 10
Carl Junction Bulldogs – 0
The Bulldogs, after losing in PK’s to Carthage in their 1st ever game, run up against the powerhouse Irish.

Nixa Eagles – 8
Central Bulldogs – 1
The Bulldogs open their season at home and run into a juggernaut. Nixa goals by Hannah Barber, Kelsey Haist (2), Jo Pavlowsky, Rachel Murphy (2), Kelsey Bartell, and Alli Schleismann. Kelsey Bartell and Jo Pavlowsky had 2 assists each with Ashlyn Robillard tallying one. Central’s goal was scored by Marika Starks and assisted by Mariah Hicks.

Waynesville Tigers – 10
Branson Pirates – 0
The Pirates get their first taste of an established regional team and the game ends early as a result. The Waynesville Daily Guide offers this: A pair of freshman–Sarah Dowling and Jesslyn Clark–combined for half of the goals in the contest. Dowling had a hat trick with three goals and Clark scored two. Senior Erica Combs also scored three goals, also recording five assists.

Ozark Tigers – 4
Bolivar Liberators – 1
The Liberators open their season at Ozark in windy and speedy conditions on the Tigers artificial surface. After keeping it close in the 1st half with the win, tying 1-1 on Jonna Welch’s first goal of the season, the Liberators gave up 3 in the 2nd half to fall to the home team. Sophomore Mollie Killion got the game-winner in the 52nd minute of play while junior forward Alicia Collard and junior Megan Jenisch completed the scoring.

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Lebanon Yellowjackets – 7
Neosho Wildcats – 0
The Wildcats travel up I-44 to open their season and run into a hot Yellowjackets squad. Goals by Hannah Winkel (2), Janel Glidden (2), Michelle Lindesmith, Chelsea Lefors, Abby Zimmermanpakistani escort

Glendale Falcons To Face Ozark Tigers In Southwest Sectional

Glendale Falcons vs Lebanon Yellowjackets, District 11 Final
Glendale Falcons – 2
Lebanon Yellowjackets – 0
In a tight game, worthy of a District Final, it was the Falcon’s full-court press that ultimately made the biggest difference. Scoreless at halftime, Glendale finally penetrated the Yellowjackets defense in the 48th minute when sophomore Lindsey Sprouse was able to beat a defender and break down the left hand side into the corner. Turning a second defender, she drove a low hard cross into the six yard box where freshman Emily Cline was charging. The ball caromed off a Lebanon defender and into the net as she attempted to deal with both challenges.

The result seemingly was sealed in the 70th when Sprouse scored on a cracker jack header, the ball drawn to her as if on a string, after junior Jeni Frewin did all of the hard work. Frewin has distinguished herself this season as a forward both comfortable and highly capable of working with her back to the goal, with Lebanon’s Brianna Ragains as the one other example I can think of. She created the second goal when she deftly received the ball and turned her defender as she broke into the box on the left side. The Yellowjackets responded to the initial challenge and forced her wide but Frewin, Sprouse and Cline don’t allow defenses to rest. In this case, it was her second effort that allowed her to get a cross off that Sprouse simply redirected into the net before the keeper or defender could react.

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It was not a safe lead. The Yellowjackets have spent the season reaching for the level the felt they deserved and the Falcons knew it. From the resulting restart, and over the final ten minutes, Lebanon created as many opportunities as they had in the previous 70. Senior Rachel Duckworth and the defense responded, first as Duckworth had to range to her right to push a ball wide and minutes later, diving to keep a ball out. Lebanon was not able to get numbers into the box consistently this evening however. Senior goalkeeper Abby Roam played a key role in giving them the opportunity to potentially upset their higher ranked opponent, twice denying Lorin Opfer on set pieces in the box, including a fine reaction save in stoppage time in the first half.

The Yellowjackets finish x-y, reaching their second straight District 11 final. They won’t sneak up on anyone next year and have a midfield that can match any in the region with Glidden, Boyer and LeFors returning. It promises to keep getting better folks!

The Sectional game between Ozark and Glendale will be Tuesday May 20th at Cooper Soccer Complex, game time is 6:30 pm. See you there! FROM THE GLENDALE SOCCER WEBSITE – The match is scheduled for 6:30pm, but Glendale’s graduation is at 8:00pm. The game will be moved to an earlier time, but it is unlikely that we will have the details arranged before Monday.arabic escorts in dubai

Southwest Region Scores

    Class 1 Semifinal’s

Springfield Catholic – 8
Willard Tigers – 0
Catholic got goals from seven players in earning the win.

Bolivar Liberators – 3 (2 OT’s)
West Plains Zizzers – 2
The winning goal was scored in the 25th minute of overtime, giving the Liberators wins over the Zizzer’s. The result matches the boys result a little over six months ago when the Liberators upset the top-ranked beat the Zizzer’s in the same way. The ladies almost got some payback tonight.

Championship game between Bolivar and Catholic is 6:00 pm Wednesday at Willard.

    Class 2 District 10

Helias Crusaders – 4
Camdenton Lakers – 1
Katie Pitts’ two goals led Helias. Brandy Jungmeyer and Arielle Chambers also scored. Blaire Baker scored for the Lakers. Camdenton finishes the season with a record of 16-8.

Rock Bridge Bruins – 1
Hickman Kewpies – 0
Lauren Kelly scored on a free kick in the fifth minute for the Bruins. The Kewpies finished the season with a record of 2-17-3.

    Class 2 District 11

Rolla Bulldogs – 10
Hillcrest Hornets – 0
The Hornets finish the season 3-15

Lebanon Yellowjackets – 10
Central Bulldogs – 0
Lebanon got goals from Brianna Ragains (2), Emily Boyer (2), Janel Glidden (2), Hanna Winkel, Chelsea LeFors, Ashley Shockly and Brayli Hall. The Bulldogs finish the season 8-14.

Tuesday’s semifinal games are (updated):
5:00 pm – #1 Waynesville vs. #4 Lebanon
7:00 pm – #2 Glendale vs. #3 Rolla

    Class 2 District 12

#4 Parkview Vikings – 3
#5 Neosho Wildcats – 1
Parkview got goals from Shelby Stewart and Jessica Maerz in the first half, both assisted by Emmy Dale. Neosho got within one in the second before Stewart finished the scoring.

#6 Nixa Eagles – 1 (PK winner)
#3 Joplin Eagles – 1
The game between Nixa and Joplin was tied 1-1 after regulation and 2 15 min overtimes before going to PK’s. Nixa shot first, made their first three and Joplin missed their first three, giving Nixa the win 3-0.

Update – Nixa scored in the first half on a Joplin own goal when Joplin’s defense was running towards their own goal and tried to clear. Nixa’s PKs were scored by Stephanie Allen, Jacklyn Finley, and Annie Pierce.

Semifinals tomorrow night at Joplin HS
5:00 pm – Ozark v. Parkview
7:00 pm – Nixa v. Kickapoo
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Ozarks Conference Tuesday Night

Waynesville Tigers – 3
Rolla Bulldogs – 0
Goals were scored by Erica Combs in the first half off of an assist by Orielle Thomas. Second Half goals were scored by Shanna Neeley and by Katie Pritchard from a Neeley corner kick. Hutchinson gets the shutout.

The Tigers improved to 9-0 and 5-0 in Ozark Conference with the win over their local foe. They will play at Lebanon on Thursday. The Yellowjackets improved to 4-0 in the Conference with their win over Hillcrest tonight.

Lebanon Yellowjackets – 7
Hillcrest Hornets – 0
The Yellowjackets got goals from six players. Michelle Lindesmith, Hanna Winkel (2), Brianna Ragains, Cassie Wood, Janel Glidden and Britney Hall, a senior defender – first career goal.

Glendale Falcons – 4
Parkview Vikings – 3
The Falcons got past local rival Parkview tonight, as senior Jamie Bond scored a brace, Emily Cline continues her streak and Megan Garrad got the final goal. Jeni Frewin had a pair of assists. For the Vikings, goals were scored by Shelbie Stewart, Emmy Dale and Jessica Maerz.

Camdenton Lakers – 3
West Plains Zizzers – 0
Megan Manzer opened the scoring in the 11th minute. Stephanie Kirvan, assisted by Latea LaRue, added another in the 16th minute. Sandra Shore, assisted by Stephanie Kirvan, completed the scoring in the 65th minute

Joplin Eagles – 1
Kickapoo Chiefs – 0
The Joplin Eagles got a goal from MSSU signee jr. Kelsey Sanders in the 42nd minute and held on for a 1-0 soccer victory over the Chiefs. Joplin goalie Randi Russell, an MSSU signee, had 11 saves in picking up the shutout. Kickapoo outshot the Eagles 13-7.
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