COACH of YEAR – Clint Nurnberg, Parkview Vikings
PLAYER of YEAR – Jessica Maerz, Senior midfielder, Parkview Vikings
2010 Class 3 All-District 11 Girls Soccer Teams
Coach Of the Year – Evan Palmer *
Player Of the Year – Lauren Moats *
Defensive Player of the Year – Kristin Miller
Offensive Player of the Year – Emily Cline
Keeper Player of the Year – Paige Hemphill *
Represents a Unanimous selection *
Just a heads up on a few things to look for. I’m working hard to
1. Get the Girls Southwest All-Stars announcement done soon. Another day or two!
2. District, Conference and Regional recognition should start trickling out. The Coaches don’t release District until all teams in the District are done playing so some of those will begin soon, followed by the others. I’ll post them here as soon as I get them!
3. I’ve also asked the Coaches to send me their season stats so we can recognize some of the individual play out there. Here’s a preview of the Goalies and the Scorers!
Player, School – Games Played | Goals Allowed | Goals Allowed Average | Shutouts | Win-Loss Record
Rachel Scott & Megan Goetzinger, Springfield Catholic – 20 | 7 | 0.35 | 16 | 17-3
Caylin Manary, Parkview – 19 | 17 | 0.89 | 6 | 15-4
Player, School – Goals, Assists, Total Points – Graduation year, Game Winning Goals
Miriam Taylor, Camdenton – 21, 10, 52 – 2013, 5
Ashleigh Paschel, Camdenton – 20, 8, 48 – 2011, 6
McKenna Adams, Kickapoo – 18, 7, 43 – 2011, 5 – updated
Jessica Smith, Camdenton – 10, 13, 33 – 2010, 2
Haley Baker, Camdenton – 9, 14, 32 – 2011, 1
Shelby Stewart, Parkview – 13, 6, 32 – 2010, 3
Jessica Maerz, Parkview – 11, 8, 30 – 2010, 2
Kelsey Loderhose, Parkview – 12, 4, 28 – 2011, 3
Kelsey Swarens, Carl Junction – 11, 5, 27 – 2012, 1
Marin Gelsheimer, Kickapoo – 11, 1, 23 – 2011, 3
Tash Ugbah, West Plains – 9, 4, 22 – 2012, 4
Melanie Allen, Parkview – 4, 2, 10 – 2010, 2
Nice to see the local sports magazine feature the Girls High School game. Writer Logan Hoffman (Drury 2008) offers a look at the team and one of it’s key players, Jessica Maerz, in a story on pages 26-27. Click on this link and then navigate to the page to read the story. As Jessica notes, she’ll probably play a similar role on her Lynn Fighting Knight’s squad. The defensive responsibilities she and her back line partners – McKenzie Payton, Holly Messick, Aubrey Durst and Amy Greene (the last two are freshman) – provide in front of senior Caylin Manary ensure the team is competitive and are in a position to challenge this year.
As the Rolla Bulldogs will attest this year however, you need to score to win. The key to Parkview’s success this year points to the revival of Kelsey Loderhose in partnership with Shelby Stewart up top. Her 12 goals rank 2nd on the team behind Stewart’s 13 and give the Viking’s three real threats. Only Glendale has comparable depth. vip escort dubai
Parkview Vikings – 2
Camdenton Lakers – 1
Camdenton’s Ashleigh Paschel opened the scoring, placing a shot into the left side-netting about 10 minutes into the first half. Parkview tied the game about five minutes later, with Shelby Stewart sprinting onto an Anna Withers through ball and touching the ball past the Camdenton keeper then sliding in her shot from a wide angle. Both teams created chances in the second half with the keepers coming up strong. The Laker’s high energy offense, based upon doing a few things well, was clicking but the Vikings defense was up to the challenge. It was remarkable to watch, as the Laker’s pushed harder Parkview remained calm and confident in their ability to prevail.
Their confidence was rewarded when senior Jessica Maerz got the game-winner with less than two minutes in regulation. Maerz collected the ball along the left sideline and shot, dropping the ball in under the crossbar from 30 yards. The Vikings now move to 5-0 in the Conference and remain the only undefeated Conference team. Camdenton falls to 3-3 in the middle of the table.
Rolla Bulldogs – 2
Lebanon Yellowjackets – 0
Another shutout for the Bulldogs who quietly move up the table, sitting second now at 6-1 in the Conference. Lebanon is now 3-3, tied with Camdenton.
Waynesville Tigers – 5
Joplin Eagles – 0
The Tigers came out strong on an evening when the school was recognizing four time All-State player Katie Pritchard, retiring her jersey number. Goals were scored by Jesslyn Clark (2), Rhiannon Moore, Janelle Miller and Loriann Clark. The Tigers move to 2-4 in the Conference, Joplin falls to 1-4.
Kickapoo Chiefs – 5
West Plains Zizzers – 0
The Chief’s scored three in the first, opening in the 22nd minute on McKenna Adams unassisted run down the middle of the field. Adams added a second in the 37th minute with a shot from 28 yards that fell in over the keeper’s outstretched arms into the net. Marin Gelsheimer scored in the 39th on an assist from Adams, Megan Melugin scored off a rebound from a McKenna Adams corner kick in the 48th and Adams completed her hat-trick on as assist from Marin Gelsheimer in the 61st. McKenzie Danzer returned to the goal tonight for the shutout.
Kickapoo and Glendale are now tied for third in the Conference with matching 4-1 records, behind Parkview and Rolla. Parkview visits Kickapoo on Thursday in a key Conference and District match for both programs. I’ll be there!
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