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Glendale Falcons Hold First Ever Alumni Game

A large group gathered Sunday evening on the freshly mowed and lined Glendale pitch for the 1st Annual Alumni game, organized by 2004 graduate Maddy Senkowski. With representation from the class of 1992 to 2010, the game pulled a group that put a smile on Coach Jeff Rogers face as he prepares to begin his 21st year at Glendale.

I’ll try and name as many as I can. Feel free to leave a comment or send me a note using the Contact form with more details.

Back row: Clay Mason, Adam Benton, Jake Meyers, John Reinart, Bryan Horton, Ian Newport, Josh Hunt, Justin Rogers, Brandon Baum, Ryan Frewin, Stephen Conner, Danny Collins, Taylor Hutchens, Todd Buzbee, Jacob Basecke, Ryan Frierson, Andrew Parsons, Josh Keisker, Brian Henderson, Brik Wilson.
Middle: Devon Newport, Chris Pellham, Michael Nesbitt, Ryan Sanders, Ian Shipps.
Front row: Lorin Opfer, Lindsey Sprouse, Maddie Senkosky, Ben Brixey, Ryan Partch, Jamie Keisker, Jamey McLean, Katie Starcke, Kristy Ward, Jeff Rogers

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Crowder College Roughriders Open New Solar Powered Soccer Stadium

Cody Thorn of the Neosho Daily News visited with Head Coach Brad Smith in advance of today’s home opener for the Roughriders and fills us in on the new facility the Roughriders will be playing in as well.

The new Crowder soccer field will make its debut today when Crowder hosts Allen County Community College at 4 p.m. The field, north of the baseball and softball fields, will have a solar powered sprinkler system, public address system and scoreboard.

“November of last year we talked about making it completly solar powered,” said Ron Granger, the Dean of business at Crowder. “We got with the contractor and he helped us look at it and we decided in December we could get it done.”

The Roughriders, whose roster includes a large number of regional players including Justin Rogers (Glendale), Preston Bates (Kickapoo) and David Valenciano (Monett) will have 5 early home games, including three key Conference games against St Louis area powers St Charles, East Central and Meramec.

Sunday August 30th – Northern Oklahoma – 2:00 PM
Friday September 4th – St. Charles* – 4:00 p.m.
Sunday September 6th – Independence – 2:00 p.m.
Friday September 11th – East Central* – 4:00 p.m.
Sunday September 13th – Meramec* – 2:00 p.m.

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NJCAA Report – Barton County Cougars Ranked #4, Crowder Wins 1st Games

The Barton County CC Cougars played a pair of non-conference games in Garden City, Kansas this weekend. On Saturday, Barton knocked off a solid Lincoln College (Illinois) team 3-0. Among the scorers, Springfield Demize midfielder Oscar Narvaez notched a goal on a brilliant free-kick from about 23 yards out. On Sunday, the Cougars defeated Metropolitan CC-Blue River by a count of 6-1. Again, Narvaez scored once for Barton as Demize teammate James Neighbour added two assists. The pair of wins moves the undefeated Cougars to a 6-0 record.

Up this week for Barton are a set of conference games starting tonight at home against Dodge City CC, Saturday at home against Cowley County, and Tuesday in a road game at Hesston College.

In addition to being 6-0, Barton was rewarded Monday for their early season success by coming in at #4 in the NJCAA rankings. It is the highest any Region 6 (Kansas) team has been ranked in the regular season since Johnson County CC was #4 in the same poll in 2005, and is Barton’s highest ranking ever. Jefferson College (Hillsboro, MO) came in at #6 with St. Louis-Meramec moving up to #9 (both teams Barton defeated last weekend). Fellow Region 6 competitor, Garden City, came in at #10 in the rankings as well. The full list of rankings can be found at www.njcaa.org or www.nscaa.com.

If you look at the recent history between the Kansas schools (region 6) and the Missouri schools (Region 16), it is easy to see why Barton’s wins over #9 St. Louis-Meramec and #6 Jefferson (Hillsboro, MO) were such big wins. The regional champions from Missouri and Kansas meet in the Plains District finals every year to determine who will go to the National Tournament. Since 2000, region 16 (Missouri) has won that battle five times compared to just three by region 6 (Kansas). Between 2000 and 2003, East Central (Union, MO) was the class of Missouri making the National Tournament once, while Meramec also made the tournament once.

When then East Central CC head coach Stephen Peck decided to start the program at Jefferson College in 2005, he took the winning tradition with him. Jefferson CC has been the dominant team in the district ever since. They have made nationals every year since its existence (2005-now) as well as winning the National Championship in 2006. Barton’s win over Jefferson last weekend was the first time Jefferson had been beaten by a Region 6 opponent since Johnson County (Overland Park, KS) beat them 2-1 in the regular season in 2005.

The current schools in region 16 include Jefferson College, St. Louis CC-Meramec, St. Louis CC-Flo Valley, St. Louis CC-Forest Park, Crowder College (Neosho, MO), East Central College (Union, MO), Metropolitan CC-Maple Woods (Kansas City, MO), and Metropolitan CC-Blue River (Independence, MO).

NJCAA Correspondent, Austin Dowling

EDITORS NOTE: Crowder College, after opening the season 0-3-1 have now won their last two games. They defeated Neosho County (KS) 3-1 at Chanute and last night defeated Independence (KS) 2-1 at Independence. The game-winning goal in last nights game was scored by Justin Rogers (Glendale).

Neosho were the Region 6 runners-up last year so it appears the Roughriders may be finding their stride in the competitive soccer region they are competing in.excort service

Crowder College Roughriders Name Brad Smith Head Coach

From the Neosho Daily News, Cody Thorn has the news

New soccer coach knows how to start new programs

In his course of being a head coach on the soccer pitch for 33 years, Brad Smith has started three different programs from the ground up. He will get a chance to help complete the construction of the Crowder College soccer program next, as he was recently hired as the school’s second head coach.

Smith is currently the head coach at Brescia University in Owensboro, Ky., where he will exit next week and start the new job at Crowder in July.

Crowder will open its season on August 15 with a scrimmage against Missouri Southern. The team will include Hector Valenzuela (Cassville), David Valenciano (Monett), Ryan Toombs (Bolivar), Justin Rogers (Glendale) and Preston Bates (Kickapoo) on it’s first year roster.
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News-Leaders Names All-Ozark Soccer Squad

Now that it feels like winter again, it’s time for the All-Ozark squad from the News-Leader. (to be continued once I get time to update it from Wednesday’s paper) Updated, with corrections noted

Kyler Temple (Kickapoo, Sr. forward)
The Chiefs’ explosive forward played some of his best soccer as Kickapoo made a trip to Columbia Fenton. Temple — headed to Drury — ended the season with 14 goals and four assists.

Stuart Ziegler
(West Plains, Sr. forward)
Ziegler led the Zizzers up front with a team-high 25 goals. His speed was disruptive to opposing defenses as he created other goal-scoring opportunities with 17 assists.

Devon Newport (Glendale, Jr. forward)
Exciting to watch, Newport dazzled Falcon fans with footwork and finishing skills. The junior Falcon finished with 20 goals and 14 assists.

Justin Scicluna (West Plains, Sr. midfielder)
Scicluna scored some amazing goals from the midfield position, while creating chances for others. He finished his senior season with 20 goals and 17 assists.

Ryan Toombs (Bolivar, Sr. midfielder)
Toombs was a second team all-state selection, using his length to reach for balls and control the middle of the field. He finished with 26 goals and 14 assists.

Heath Melugin (Kickapoo, Sr. midfielder)
The Chiefs had final four vision from the opening kick, and Melugin — heading to Missouri State — was the centerpiece. The first-team all-state selection scored an astonishing 55 goals, and also led the team with 25 assists.

Kam Maddy (Rolla, Sr. midfielder)
Maddy was an ever-present force in the middle for the Bulldogs, and was second on the team with 14 assists.

Tanner Roberts (Bolivar, Sr. defender)
He was the Southwest Region defensive player of the year for the second year in a row, as well as grabbing his second all-state nod as a senior.

Ryan Squires (Glendale, Jr. defender)
The Falcons’ senior junior sweeper anchored Glendale’s defense with hard tackles, and always going strong to balls in the air.

Zack Hay (Kickapoo, Sr. defender)
A second-team all-state selection, Hay was the Chiefs’ defensive sweeper. Heading to University of Missouri-Rolla Missouri Science & Technology (formerly UMR), he also scored eight goals and dished five assists from the back.

Patrick McCarthy (Glendale, Sr. goalkeeper)
Glendale’s senior keeper had 13 shutouts, and showed consistency throughout his senior campaign, with a keen knowledge of reading the game.

Second team
F – Tyler Sinnott, Rolla (Jr)
F – Ryan Schlichtman, Cassville (Sr)
MF – Rob Curtis, Ozark (Sr)
MF – Max Duncan, Joplin (So)
MF – Justin Rogers, Glendale (Sr)
MF – T.J. Martin, Webb City (Sr)
D – Tyler McElroy, Glendale (Sr)
D – Carter McKay, Central (Sr)
D – Lane Chapman, Kickapoo (Jr)
D – Will Griffin, Parkview (Sr)
GK – Adam Legg, Kickapoo (Sr)dubai incall escorts