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Jeff Rogers Glendale Falcons

Jeff Rogers Named to MSHSSCA Hall of Fame

Jeff Rogers Glendale Falcons
Jeff Rogers with alumni, 2005

Congratulations to Jeff Rogers who has been named to the second Hall of Fame Class for the Missouri High School Soccer Coaches Association (MSHSSCA). He is joined by Mike Gauvain, Chaminade, Bill Daues, Whitfield and Brad Wittenborn, Cape Notre Dame. These outstanding coaches will be honored at the 2nd Annual Banquet, information below. Congrats!!

Some of my stories on Jeff include
2013 – Rogers Wins 700th Game
2012 – Rogers Captures 400th Boys Win
2010 – Rogers Wins 600th Game
2009 – Rogers Named NSCAA Midwest Coach of the Year
2007 – Jeff Rogers on Reaching 500 Wins

I hope Glendale fills the Banquet Hall with Alumni in January!

2013 Boys Honors Banquet and Hall of Fame Induction Continue reading “Jeff Rogers Named to MSHSSCA Hall of Fame”

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Rogers Gets 700 at Glendale, Kickapoo Falls to Marquette

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Parkway Showcase wraps up and the two local squads return home with a win and a loss on the weekend.

Glendale Falcons – 1
Ft Zumwalt South – 0
Sarah Kate Sprouse’s goal late in the first half, following a corner kick, was the game winner. It was also Coach Jeff Roger’s 700th career win, here’s the Ozark O Zone story. As noted there, He has 401 career victories as the boys’ coach and Saturday’s win was his 299th leading the ladies. He can pick up No. 300 on Tuesday when the Falcons visit Joplin.

Here’s my story on Jeff’s 600th win, set during the 2010 Girls season. In that period the Boys won District titles in 2010 and 2012, falling to Carthage and Kickapoo in the Sectional playoff. The girls lost to Parkview in the District semifinals that year but went on to finish 3rd in 2011 and 4th in 2012. They’ll look to get back to State this year with Waynesville and Jeff City as likely challengers.

Kickapoo Chiefs – 0
Marquette Mustangs – 1
A 28 yard blast by sophomore Lauren Lottmann in the 10th minute was the game winner. In what was thought might be a rebuilding year for the Mustang’s, Lottman has paired with freshman Madison Meador in the middle to produce a win in their first game of the season. The team went at least six deep today and were able to create a consistent attack down the wings to keep the pressure on the Chiefs.

Kickapoo was resilient on defense, with newcomer Elise Sherman pairing with freshman Alyson Goodale in the middle to blunt a number of attacks with Molly Wassam making several key saves to keep the game close. Marquette hit the upright twice today but the Chief’s had more difficulty threatening. Junior Captain Kenzie Dunaway is a crafty forward but needs more support if they are going to score the goals needed to win once the playoffs arrive. Freshman Manon Klein showed some promise but it will probably need to come from wing play.

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Ozark Conference Preview

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A quick look around the Conference. The Glendale Falcons are the defending Conference Champions, finishing 9-0 last year as they were led by Alix Opfer and Molly Brewer, who are now regulars at Division 1 Missouri State. The Waynesville Tigers finished 2nd at 7-2 followed by Camdenton and Lebanon at 6-3.

The Falcons finished 4th in the State last year after winning District 11, defeating Central in the Sectionals and Rock Bridge in the Quarterfinals. They fell to eventual champion Cor Jesu 0-1 in the semifinal and 1-3 to St Joseph in the 3rd place match.

The Falcon’s have 7 seniors with forward Driana Raff the returning high scorer with 9 goals in 2012. She also dished out 8 assists, also the top returning number. I would expect sophomore Olivia Wolfram to challenge for minutes up top although Kenzie Robbins, who led the JV with 11, may be a better fit with Raff in a 4-4-2. Junior Kindra Lierz, who played in the ECNL League for SLSG this Winter, returns in goal for the third year.

The Falcons open the season at Ozark on Tuesday March 19th, game time is 5:00 pm.

Waynesville Tigers Class 3 District 10 Champions, 2012
The Tigers return 6 seniors, including defender Jordan Kilthau, the POY in the Southwest Region last year. Defensive Player of the Year Kaitlyn Winking joins her but the Tigers will need to replace their All-Region goalie. Senior Leslie Larson will step into the role. Senior Rhiannon Moore, an All-Ozark performer in the midfield, has signed to play D2 soccer at Kentucky Wesleyan.

I can’t find any individual stats on the Tigers otherwise excellent website but knowing Head Coach Mike Gow the way I do he’s spent plenty of time reminding the girls that this is the best team Waynesville has had since 2008 when Katie Pritchard and Tasha Lord took them their second straight Conference title while setting State scoring and assist records. That team couldn’t get past Glendale in the playoffs however, despite earning their first ever win against the Falcons earlier in the year. This group got to Sectionals last year and the core of this team set a JV record for wins as freshman. Do you think they will be motivated to reach new heights?

Rolla Bulldogs Class 2 District 10
Via Rolla Daily News – Last season was the first losing campaign in the history of the Rolla High School girls’ soccer program. And veteran Lady Bulldog head coach Mike Howard expects his squad to return to its winning ways this spring.

Rolla is slated to open the season on Friday at Columbia against Rock Bridge High School, which has made it to the state tournament quarterfinals the past five years. The varsity game is to begin at 4 p.m.

Starting a large group of freshmen and sophomores, Rolla struggled to a 8-13-2 mark last season. The key graduation losses from that squad were senior midfielder Kendra Wood, now a member of the Missouri S&T women’s soccer team, and back Taylor Tronstad.

However, with all that youth playing a year ago the Lady Bulldogs now return nine starters, including their top scorer. Read more

Camdenton Lady Lakers Class 3 District 10
Via Lake News Online – Despite a slow 2-4 start, The Lady Lakers finished their 2012 season with a 17-8-1 overall record after a nine-game winning streak and claiming two regular season tournament championships, but fell just short of a repeat district championship. The team lost a number of seniors, with the two most notable being goalkeeper Cassie Hale and defender Allison Halderman. Despite their losses, the team brings back their top seven goal scorers, including the incredibly tough duo of Whitney Snow and Miriam Taylor, who were named the All-District co-offensive players of the year. Factor in Morgan Henry, who’s top-notch vision and passing enabled her to finish the season with 18 assists and 11 goals, and the offense looks stacked. Read more

The Lady Lakers open their season Friday at Fatima, a Class 1 program in Central Missouri.

Lebanon Yellowjackets open at Marshfield next Tuesday at 7:00 pm.

The Kickapoo Chiefs open their season Friday at 5:00 pm at Republic, a Class 2 program. They host Central on Saturday morning at 10:00 am. Central are the defending District 12 Champions, which now is made up of Joplin, Kickapoo and Parkview. This is an early District match up added to the schedule with the District realignment.

Parkview Vikings open at Ozark on Friday at 6:30 pm

West Plains Zizzers are at the season opening Harrison (AR) ReMax Tourney where they’ll play a pair of games.

Joplin Eagles won’t open until March 26th when they travel to Carthage.

Hillcrest Hornets open at Neosho on March 20th at 6:00 pm.

Thanks for visiting Springfield Soccer, the place for INFORMED COMMENTARY on the beautiful game in Southwest Missouri.

Molly Brewer, Glendale Falcons (2012)

Molly Brewer Leads All-Ozark Conference Honors for 2012

Molly Brewer, Glendale Falcons (2012)
Molly Brewer, Glendale Falcons (2012)
The All-Conference team for the Ozark Conference squad has been announced. The Conference includes Camdenton, Glendale, Hillcrest, Joplin, Kickapoo, Lebanon, Parkview, Rolla, Waynesville and West Plains. 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 Glendale Falcons repeat as the Conference Champions and it is their third title in three years, coinciding with their 3 trips to the Final 4 for this graduating class. More information on the Conference can be found on ZizzerSoccer.com where Coach Schmitt maintains Conference Records.

Player of the Year – Molly Brewer, Glendale
Coach of the Year – Jeff Rogers, Glendale

First Team
Brittany Baker, Senior, Defender, Kickapoo
Carsyn Beard, Senior, Defender, Lebanon
Molly Brewer, Senior, Forward, Glendale
Kelsie Cleeton, Freshman, Midfielder, Hillcrest
Amy Greene, Junior, Defender, Parkview
Nicole Howard, Sophomore, Forward, Rolla
Jourdan Kilthau, Junior, Defender, Waynesville
Kindra Lierz, Sophomore, Keeper, Glendale
Miriam Melugin, Sophomore, Midfielder, Kickapoo
Rhiannon Moore,Junior, Midfielder, Waynesville
Alix Opfer, Senior, Midfielder, Glendale
Kasey Shea Opfer, Freshman, Defender, Glendale
Whitney Snow, Sophomore, Midfielder, Camdenton
Kellie Stringer, Senior, Midfielder, Joplin
Miriam Taylor, Junior, Forward, Camdenton
Taylor Tronstad, Senior, Back, Rolla
Tasha Ugbah, Senior, Forward, West Plains
Kaitlyn Winking, Junior, Defender, Waynesville
Abigale Zimmerman, Senior, Forward, Lebanon

Second Team
Anna Banwart, Sophomore, Forward, Joplin
Rebecca Burton, Sophomore, Defender, Glendale
Emma Chilton, Sophomore, Midfielder, Parkview
Loriann Clark, Junior, Midfielder, Waynesville
Natalie Closser, Freshman, Defender, Kickapoo
Bailey Dent, Junior, Forward, Rolla
Kenzie Dunaway, Sophomore, Midfielder, Kickapoo
Cassie Hale, Senior, Keeper, Camdenton
Haley Harrison, Freshman, Forward, Hillcrest
Morgan Henry, Sophomore, Midfielder, Camdenton
Suzanne Hones, Junior, Back, West Plains
Meagan Morgan, Sophomore, Forward, Waynesville
Drianna Raff, Junior, Forward, Glendale
Elizabeth Sisson, Sophomore, Midfielder, Waynesville
Sarah Kate Sprouse, Junior, Defender, Glendale
Emilee Starnes, Junior, Midfielder, Lebanon
Desiree Strief, Senior, Defender, Lebanon
Kendra Wood, Senior, Midfielder, Rolla
Allison Yoakam, Junior, Midfielder, Glendale

Honorable Mention
London Clift, Freshman, Midfield, Rolla
Emily Courtney, Junior, Midfielder, Parkview
Natalie Craun, Freshman, Back, Rolla
Morgan Davis, Senior, Midielder/Defender, Joplin
Abby Greene, Sophomore, Defender, Glendale
Allison Halderman, Senior, Defender, Camdenton
Jada Hansmann, Sophomore, Keeper, West Plains
Brittni Morgan, Junior, Keeper, Lebanon
McKenzie Robbins, Freshman, Midfielder, Glendale
Grace Scheidemantle, Sophomore, Midfielder, Camdenton
Alexandria Timmons, Freshman, Defender, Waynesville
Courtney Wampler, Junior, Midfielder, Glendale
Casey Weitzel, Senior, Forward, Kickapoo
Kelsey Williams, Sophomore, Midfielder, Hillcrest
Tori Wood, Junior, Forward, Lebanon

School and OC Record
Glendale 9-0
Waynesville 7-2
Camdenton 6-3
Lebanon 6-3
Kickapoo 5-4
Rolla 5-4
Parkview 3-6
West Plains 2-7
Joplin 2-7
Hillcrest 0-9
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2006 All-Stars from Joplin and Neosho

Southwest Missouri All-Star Soccer Game Rosters Announced

2006 All-Stars from Joplin and Neosho
2006 All-Stars from Joplin and Neosho
The 7th Annual All-Star game is being played at the Greenwood Stadium Field at the Cooper Soccer Complex Thursday June 23rd. There will be two games, a Girls game beginning at 6:00 pm followed by the Boys game at 8:00 pm.

The rosters for the game have just been released with a new color scheme this year.

Girls Roster Final 2011 – The Green Team is coached by Jeff Rogers, Glendale and the White Team coached by Ben Timson, Catholic. Jeff’s youngest son, Jake Rogers, returns from a knee injury that kept him out of the Fall season to participate in the All-Star game. He will play for Crowder College in the Fall.

Boys Roster Final 2011 – The Green Team is coached by Mike Howard, Rolla and the White Team coached by Jacob Osborne, Carthage. Jason Howard, Mike’s oldest son, is playing and is headed for Lewis & Clark in St Louis following a senior season that included 2nd Team All-State and Central Region Offensive Player of the Year honors.

The teams are invited high school seniors who graduated in May 2011 and have recently completed their high school careers. Players are considered from three Class 3 Districts (10, 11 and 12), one Class 2 District (11) plus Bolivar and St James, and two Class 1 Districts (11, 12)

The game features the best graduating high school seniors in this region, as chosen by Eric Sorlie, Duane Moses and Tim Davis of Springfield Soccer Club. The event is organized and supported by Springfield Soccer Club, home to over 20 teams including three State Championship squads (2007, 2008 and recently crowned 2011 Boys U16 Missouri State Champions).

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