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William Woods Owls Sign A Pair Of Camdenton Lakers – Moffitt and Kirvan

From the KRMS 97.5 FM radio website:
Jeff Moffitt, Camdenton LakersLaker senior forward Jeff Moffitt signed a letter of intent to play soccer at William Woods University on Wednesday. Moffitt says his teammates from Camdenton High School will be hard to leave behind.

“Just being on the team for Camdenton was fun–playing the sport that I love. Pretty much all four years was a real great experience and that’s what made me want to pursue (soccer) farther,” Moffitt said.

Camdenton boys’ soccer coach Jason Ingold says Moffitt had a strong senior campaign and impressed the William Woods coaching staff at a tryout. “Jeff has really come a long way. He really made a lot of strides, worked hard in the offseason and this year. (Moffitt was) one of our seven seniors, and didn’t score as much as he really wanted to but he had more assists than he has ever had, I think combined,” Ingold said.

Moffitt says his freshman season will be full of learning, and that he will need to adjust to the faster speed of college soccer. “I played indoor with (the William Woods players) four-on-four and it was real fast. They play extremely fast. My footwork is real good, but some of my passing–I need to work on my left foot, mainly, with them,” Moffitt said.

Moffitt says he plans to pursue physical therapy or athletic training in addition to college soccer.

Stephanie Kirvan, Camdenton LakersCamdenton soccer player Stephanie Kirvan signed a letter of intent to play soccer this fall at William Woods University. Before she starts her college career, Kirvan has work to do with the Lady Lakers.

Stephanie Kirvan didn’t play high school soccer until her junior year. She is the only senior on this year’s Lady Laker team, which stands 14-3. Kirvan acknowledged that even the players have been surprised by their success. “Coming into the season I was a little rocky, like ‘oh, we’re going to be young.’ People weren’t expecting much from us, but the freshmen have stepped up so much. I am so proud of everyone and it’s just been an amazing season,” Kirvan said.

Kirvan scored 14 goals and notched 7 assists as a junior. The always attacking forward surpassed those stats already this season, pouring in 19 goals, 5 of them game winners. William Woods Head Coach Josh Ganson says Kirvan should fit in right away. “We’re losing a real big goal scorer this year and we’re looking to bring in Steph and couple of other girls to kind of spread that goal scoring around,” Ganson said.

Before Kirvan moves on to Fulton, the Camdenton Lady Lakers have an Ozark Conference and district schedule to finish out. Kirvan says her younger teammates make championship hopes a real possibility. “Our defense has stepped up a lot, and our outside mids have been doing a great job crossing it up and then we’re finishing the ball. So it’s just pretty much all around; we’re not strong in one area, we’re strong all around,” Kirvan said.

Kirvan plans to pursue a degree in athletic training or education at William Woods.best escort

9/22 Southwest Missouri High School Soccer Report

Camdenton Lakers host Sedalia Smith-Cotton

Camdenton Lakers – 7
Sedalia Smith-Cotton – 1
In a game that indicates how strong the competitive juices flow between these teams, despite the move out of District 9 by Camdenton, these Central Missouri squads went at each other hard from the opening kick off. After seeing the Lakers a 2nd time now this season, the key element I see is a willingness across the entire team to go to the ball and challenge every play. It’s like watching a high-pressure EPL game as they force their opponents to play quickly or defend their attack.

The Laker’s got the lead in the 18th minute from a corner kick when #2 Drew Whitney, redirected the ball that fell to him and just over the outreached arms of the goalkeeper. Smith-Cotton thought they had tied the game in the 32nd minute only to see the goal called back for offsides.

I headed home at halftime, having stopped on the way home from a business meeting in Columbia. The second half featured a hat trick by Rayder Bennett, a brace from Jeff Moffitt and one by Nate Buttrum.

Sedalia graduated 10 starters on last years District Championship team but have a pair of talented midfielders leading the way. We’ll check back in on District 9 later this season.

New Covenant Academy Warriors – 5
Thomas Jefferson – 1

Greenwood Blue Jays – 2 (PKs)
Bolivar Liberators – 1
Greenwood would dominate the first half of play even though the Liberators got on the board first when Bradley Stillwagon finished an assist from Matt Magana. Greenwood would tie the game with six minutes to go in the first half. No more goals in regulation, with the Jay’s getting the win on the 4th PK.

Carthage Tigers – 10
Aurora Houn ‘Dawgs – 0
Carthage goals by Phillip Devillers (3), Cole Beckham (2), Joe Curti (2), Lorenzo Salas, Christian Solis and Jose Lopez.

Cassville Wildcats – 10
Columbus (KS) – 2
Five goals were scored in each half. Luis Ortega had three goals, and Justin Mills and Bryan Schroeder both had two goals. Other goal scorers were Matt Angel, Matt Frazier and Otto Franco. Schroeder also had three assists for the night.

Monett Cubs – 1
Willard Tigers – 0
The Cub’s avenge their loss this weekend at the hands of the Tigers, who won by a similar margin en route to winning the Cub’s Tournament.

Crocker Lions
– 4 (2 OT)
Belle – 3
Goals scored by Sophomore Jessie Tart (2), Freshman Teddy Zeigenbein (1) and the OT goal was scored by Tjalling Bosker

Nixa Eagles – 4
Marshfield Blue Jays – 2

Kickapoo Chiefs – 4
Branson Pirates – 0
Goals by Brock Ruggeri, Skyler Russell, Spencer Price, Mike Anderson. Assists by Ian Kennedy, Tyler Bennett.

Carl Junction Bulldogs – 2
Neosho Wildcats – 1
The Bulldogs led 2-0 at the half after goals by Stefan Klute, unassisted, and Logan Landis on a penalty kick. Jordan Blevins scored on a penalty kick for Neosho in the 62nd for the final margin. mistress in dubai

9/18 Southwest Missouri High School Soccer Report – Fear the ‘Poo

Logan-Rogersville Wildcats vs Webb City Cardinals - 1st Win
The Logan-Rogersville Wildcats team, 2008 September 18th, after the programs 1st ever win

Rogersville Wildcats – 1 (1st OT)
Webb City Cardinals – 0
In a tightly fought match that both teams will have a hard time forgetting, it was the Wildcats who came out on top this evening, earning the programs first ever win. The goal started in the midfield, with #21 Nathan Davis winning a 50/50 ball and then finding #5, Wes Bird, on the left side. His run down the wing and cross into the box found #14 Brenden Williams unmarked at the far side. Williams confidently nodded the ball into the net past the keeper and the Wildcats had earned their first win in the 88th minute of their 5th game.

For the Cardinals, the team will rue the opportunities lost in regulation as they missed on one breakaway and several corner kicks with balls that went through the six yard box untouched. The best opportunity came late in regulation but #31 for the Wildcats stayed on the post and blocked the shot. Chalk up a Central Ozark Conference win for the Wildcats in soccer this year.

Kickapoo Chiefs – 2 (PK’s)
Chaminade Red Devils – 1
The Chief’s took the lead in the first half on a goal by Ian Kennedy assisted by Skyler Russell, before the Red Knights were able to tie it on a goal by Tony Auck in the second half. Overtime was scoreless, leading to PK’s which the Chief’s won. Skyler Russell takes the last pk and makes it for the win.

The Red Devils are 5th in the current St Louis rankings and have lost to Ft Zumwalt West (Kickapoo defeated them in the Quarterfinals last year) while going 1-2 at the Great Midwest Classic last weekend. They face #1 CBC on Saturday in their first MCC game of the season.

Bolivar Liberators vs Hillcrest HornetsBolivar Liberators – 4
Hillcrest Hornets – 2
The Liberators got the game winner midway through the second half, to earn the hard fought win at Cooper #3

New Covenant Warriors – 1
Marshfield Blue Jays – 0
Dylan Fieker scored the only game of the match to give NCA their 6th win in 7 games.

Neosho Wildcats – 2
Nixa Eagles – 1

Camdenton Lakers – 3
Waynesville Tigers – 2
The Tiger’s scored on a pair of PK’s but it was a trio of Laker’s that got the win in this key District 10 match. Drew Whitney and Jeff Moffitt got goals in the first half and Nate Buttrum got the game-winner in the second half, on his first goal of the season.

Willard Tigers – 1
Monett Cubs – 0
The winning goal came from Willard’s Jackson Patillo (#10) 7 minutes into the second half. Jackson’s free kick from just outside the box found the upper right corner of the goal.

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9/9 Ozark Conference High School Soccer Report

Kickapoo Chiefs host Camdenton Lakers

Kickapoo Chiefs – 2
Camdenton Lakers – 1
In a hard fought battle, the two Conference rivals went toe-to-toe and both came away disappointed tonight. The Chief’s goals were both scored by junior Skyler Russell as Kickapoo’s new 4-3-3 formation brought them the offensive output needed to win the game. Russell’s first goal was scored in the 25th minute as he moved across from his wing forward position and challenged for a ball. Upon winning it, he quickly turned back before unleashing a 25 yard shot that skipped past the GK’s outstretched arms.

The Laker’s surprised the Chief’s as well, coming out early in the 2nd half and getting a game-tying goal in the 49th minute from senior forward Jeff Moffitt. It stayed knotted at 1-1 as both goal keepers played very well, with junior Ryan Moriarty for the Laker’s making some fine reaction saves in the box including one against Ryan Moses from 6 yards out. Kickapoo’s Chris Tombridge patrolled 40 yards beyond the endline for the Chief’s in blunting several counter-attack efforts by Camdenton as well as a point blank shot by Rayder Bennett.

The game winner was a beauty, scored in the 53rd minute when senior Ryan Moses sent a 50 yard ball into the Laker’s goal box. Russell ran under the ball, shielding the defender as he positioned himself to control the ball. Or so the defender thought, as the left-footed volley blew past the goal keeper from 15 yards out. Russell also attempted a bicycle later, as the Lakers were caught napping on a throw-in, but the keeper responded to the challenge.

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Parkview Vikings – 5
Hillcrest Hornets – 1
Bryce Collier scored unassisted for Hillcrest, earning them the early lead. Parkview came back however with five goals to earn the win. Tim Griffin had 3 and Jared Moore and Vance Marlow each added a goal.

Lebanon Yellowjackets – 2 (PK’s)
West Plains Zizzers – 1
In a game that went to PK’s following two OT’s, the Yellowjackets prevailed at home. Ethan Hunt scored for the Zizzers, #7 for the Yellowjackets – Lebanon Senior Kyle Strief, defender, scored on a header off of a corner, also scored the winning PK.

Rolla Bulldogs – 3
Joplin Eagles – 2
Rolla scored first with a goal from senior Tyler Sinnott. Sinnott, who was assisted by senior Andrew Chism, scored in the first minute of the game. They paired up again in the 22nd minute before Max Duncan got Joplin within one in the 55th and Samuel Yount tied the game. Rolla’s Cody Martin got the game winner in the 65th minute. From the Joplin Globe story:

“Rolla is one of the best teams in the conference,” Miller said. “You have to play with them every minute of the game. We just weren’t there in the first half.”

Meanwhile, the Glendale Falcons were on the road to Kansas City where they are taking part in the Kansas-Missouri Classic where they defeated the Washburn Rural Junior Blues, 2-1. Devon Newport (1G/1A), Ryan Squires (1G), Graham Basecke (1A), Patrick Baltz (1A).arab tranny

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Branson Pirates – 2
Logan-Rogersville Wildcats – 3
Only the JV played tonight folks, in a steady rain that soon became a downpour which led to the cancellation of the Varsity game. The score above is for the JV, with the Wildcat’s scoring the first goal in the 21st minute when captain #7 got down into the right corner. His cross went through the GK’s hands and fell to #17 at the far post who buried it reliably.

New Covenant Warriors – 3
Greenwood Blue Jays – 0
Via an NCA fan – First goal off an impressive header by Dylan Corbett early in the second half. Brett Murray extended the lead via a PK soon after.

The Warriors ended the game with a late goal by Dylan Fieker. This was a District 6 game, so early advantage to the defending champs.

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Glendale Falcons vs Parkview VikingsGlendale Falcons – 1
Parkview Vikings – 0
At Glendale, in a light but growing rain, the Falcons played some pretty soccer but were only able to score one as the Vikings appear to have their strongest team since 2005 when these two went at each other. Their blue collar approach and preparation gave them opportunities but in the end the Falcon’s got the goal they needed. It came in the 60th minute from a direct kick by Devon Newport, into the upper 90, after his brother Ian was pulled down just outside the box. District 11 is going to be tough!

Camdenton Lakers – 7
West Plains Zizzers – 1
Drew Whitney scored the first goal of the season for the Laker’s around the 25 min mark and the wake only got larger. Goals from Rayder Bennett (2), Jeron Sinclair (2), Jeff Moffitt and Jeff Dorhauer provided the final margin. Jason McAllister got the late goal for the Zizzers, from Anthony Holt.

Marshfield Blue Jays – 1
Ozark Tigers – 2 (OT)
From the Marshfield Jays website: The Tigers got the first goal of the game, off a corner kick with just 10:41 left on the clock. The Jays just played with more determination. Then with the clock in stoppage time, Willis Zirschky answered Ozarks corner kick with one of his own. He sent the ball in to the far post and Ethan Jernigan was there to head it into the back of the box. This brought the game to a tie with just seconds left in the half. The fans went WILD!!!

Rolla Bulldogs – 11
Crocker Lions – 1

Willard Tigers – 10
Aurora Houn’Dawgs – 0

Waynesville Tigers – 3
Hillcrest Hornets – 0
Goals were scored by Eric Iverson (30:31 first half) assisted by Gehrig Haberstock, Eric Iverson (1:32 second half) unassisted, and Tim Collier (20:12 second half) assisted by Jeff Brayman. Wade Holcomb had the shutout for the tigers.

Joplin Eagles – 6
Lebanon Yellowjackets – 0
The Eagles got a pair of goals each from junior Max Duncan and Jordan Adame with Geovanni Lara and Miguel Farias completing the scoring.

Thomas Jefferson – 10
Columbus (KS) – 1
Alex Motch had a fine night with 6 goals, almost matched by his teammate Alex Oserowsky who had 4.

Webb City Cardinals – 1
College Heights – 0
The Cardinal’s squeaked by their small school neighbor to the South, Austin Doran getting the game-winner.
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