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Kaitlin Bramel, Fontbonne Griffins (2012) against Westminster

SLIAC: Westminster Blue Jays Fall at Fontbonne Griffons

Kaitlin Bramel, Fontbonne Griffins (2012) against Westminster
Kaitlin Bramel, Fontbonne Griffins (2012) against Westminster
Fontbonne Griffins – 1
Westminster Blue Jays – 5
Fontbonne opened the scoring with a goal by #7 Robyn Meesey with 12 minutes left in the first half. Westminster tied it up in the 50th minute when freshman Megan Gunnels (Ozark/MO Elite SC) finished a ball played squarely across the six by junior Jen Brotherton. Meesey answered back two minutes later when she finished a cross served from deep in the right corner by #22 Tori Preiss. Preiss extended the Griffin’s lead to 3-1 in the 72nd minute with a goal of her own. Meesey completed a hat-trick in the 79th minute finishing a cross from #6 Kendra Schilli. #14 Kaitlin Bramel (Rolla) scored the final goal of the game in the 81st minute to seal the 5-1 victory for Fontbonne.

Game Preview: In an early season SLIAC Conference game, it’s #5 ranked Westminster (4-4, 1-0) visiting the #3 ranked Griffins (2-2-1, 1-0) Tuesday night. Both teams have beaten Spaulding to open their Conference season, Westminster winning by a 3-0 margin while Fontbonne won last week 4-0.

Kim Carter & Kaitlin Bramel, Fontbonne Griffins (Rolla Bulldogs)
Kim Carter & Kaitlin Bramel, Fontbonne Griffins (Rolla Bulldogs)
Fontbonne has a pair of players from Southwest Missouri. Sophomore Kim Carter, a defender has started in 4 games while playing in 5 while her former high scool teammate on the Rolla Bulldogs, junior Kaitlin Bramel has started 3 of the 5 games she’s played in. Bramel got her first goal of the season in the Griffon’s 4-0 Conference win over Spaulding.

Check out the Gallery of 76 photos from the game

Chelsea Cole, Emma Ray & Megan Gunnels, Westminster Blue Jays
Chelsea Cole, Emma Ray & Megan Gunnels, Westminster Blue Jays
The Blue Jays have three players from Southwest Missouri. Freshman Megan Gunnels (Ozark/MO Elite FC) has started 7 of the 8 games played this year and leads the team in scoring. She has 4 goals and 3 assists to lead the team in goals and total points, 11. In addition to Gunnels, the Blue Jays have two sophomores from Southwest Missouri. Chelsea Cole, a defender from Nixa, has played in six games on defense while Emma Ray, a midfielder from West Plains has also played in six games and has a start as well.

Westminster is coached by Jen (Simek) Dyson, a 2006 graduate of Drury, where she earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology. She played collegiately at Drury and appeared in 73 matches during her career. Dyson served as a graduate assistant women’s soccer coach at Drury University for two years before taking the job at Westminster. She married Westminster assistant men’s basketball and men’s golf coach Dave Dyson in 2010.

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2009 Class 3 Central All-Region Team

2009 All-Region Team
Central Region

Central Region Co-Player of the Year: Mariah McClain – Jefferson City
Central Region Co-Player of the Year: Kara Steiner – Jefferson City

Central Region Offensive Player of the Year: Stephanie Kirvan — Camdenton
Central Region Defensive Player of the Year: Emily Downing – Jefferson City
Central Region Goalie of the Year: Adrian Pogue – Rolla

Central Region Coach of the Year: Matt Stacey – Jefferson City

All Central Region Team
MF Kim Carter 12th Rolla
MF Olivia Cox 11th Rolla
D Emily Downing 12th Jefferson City
MF Kelsey Eckenrode 12th RockBridge
D Katie Evers 11th Jefferson City
F Kayla Hauck 11th RockBridge
F Stephanie Kirvan 12th Camdenton
MF Latea LaRue 11th Camdenton
MF Edith Lopez 12th Hickman
GK Mariah McClain 12th Jefferson City
GK Adrian Pogue 11th Rolla
MF Kara Steiner 11th Jefferson City
D Ashley Stockstill 12th Waynesville
MF Hanna Winkel 12th Lebanon

Stephanie Kirvan, Kim Carter, Ashley Stockstill and Hanna Winkel are also Southwest All-Stars this year. Congratulations to all!escorts 100

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

Rolla Bulldogs Shut Out Hillcrest Hornets

Rolla Bulldogs Shut Out Hillcrest Hornets

Rolla Bulldogs – 10
Hillcrest Hornets – 0
A tough challenge for the Northside Springfield squad, as they traveled to Rolla on Wednesday to face the District 10 favorites in a game delayed one day due to field conditions. The game ended on Ashley Kerr’s goal when she followed Olivia Cox’s shot from the top of the box. Jillian Gerkey rejected the initial shot with her diving save but Ashley lifted it over the prone keeper from just outside the six yard box. The Hornets never backed off and made several trips into the Bulldogs box during my period at the game (2nd half) but don’t have as sophisticated an attack and were shutout.

For the Lady Bulldogs both Jaclyn Standfast and Ashley Kerr had hat tricks, with three goals each. Olivia Cox tallied two goals and Emily Spooner and Caitlin McFarland each added one. Cox and Kerr each had two assists with Kim Carter and Spooner scoring one each.

I took some time afterwards to chat with a pair of senior co-captains for the Bulldogs, checking in on their results so far this season and what the teams goals are. Here are Kim Carter and Ashley Kerr.

By the way, I saw today that Kim has signed to play at Fontbonne University Griffins in St Louis, joining former teammate Kaitlin Bramel at the D3 program.anal escorts uk

Sayonara Regular Season

Glendale Falcons at Kickapoo ChiefsGlendale Falcons – 4
Kickapoo Chiefs – 2
The Falcon’s earned their second win of the season over the Chiefs this evening on the strength of a pair of goals in stoppage time at the end of the first half. Both goals were opportunistic, with fortunate bounces in the run of play that were difficult reminders of the challenges the Chiefs have faced this season. The first, the ultimate game-winner, was scored by Falcon’s sophomore Lindsey Sprouse. An attempted clearance was deflected and “Sprousie” picked up the loose ball and went into the box unmarked before burying her shot. Less than a minute later, season assist leader Jeni Frewin found space on the left side and lifted her shot over the on-rushing keeper to the far post for a 2-0 lead.

The Chiefs imposed themselves on the visitors in the second half, only to see senior Rachel Duckworth deny them in the 49th minute when she some how found the length necessary to push the Chief’s shot wide. A minute later freshman McKenna Adams found the crossbar for the second time in the game before setting up senior Katy McLain for a goal in the 51st. Adam’s was a challenge for the Falcon’s all evening and on this occasion as she drew a pair of defenders on her run down the right side, she slid a square ball into the path of McLain’s parallel run down the left. Chiefs within one.

Glendale Falcons at Kickapoo ChiefsThe rivalry always brings the best out in these ladies however and the Falcon’s attacked with renewed energy. Frewin saw her shot in the 57th go off the right upright with goalkeeper Shannon Johnson covering the rebound in the face of a hard challenge. A corner kick in the 64th was somehow sent over the crossbar, Johnson covered another Sprouse breakaway, but in the 68th senior Lorin Opfer buried a corner kick from Emilee Williams to increase the margin yet again.

The Chiefs got a penalty kick goal by senior Chealsey Russell in the 73rd minute after a push in the box. It required two attempts as senior Rachel Duckworth guessed correctly and blocked the initial shot but Russell didn’t miss the rebound opportunity. The final margin came late on yet another corner kick, this time Frewin running onto Emily Cline’s driven ball.

The Chief’s finish the regular season 10-10, losing their last two games but showing a renewed attack with the return of Russell, Blotter and Anderson from injury. Their District 12 opponents should be forewarned. The Falcon’s finish 17-5, 8-1 in the Ozark Conference, and have a group of seniors who remember well both the joy of District victory as sophomores and the disappointment of last years failure in the semifinals. Someone needs to buy some fireworks for the games in Lebanon next week.

Photos slideshow from the game

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Waynesville Tigers – 3 (2 OT)
Nixa Eagles – 2
Reports indicated the Eagles came out and played really well in taking the top-seeded team in the region to two overtime periods. They scored first, in the first half on a direct kick. Waynesville got a pair in the second half, a PK by Katie Pritchard and Lynette Newcomb from Tasha Lord, take the lead. A penalty kick by Nixa tied the score until Pritchard got the game-winner, assist from Erica Combs.

Parkview Vikings – 2
Willard Tigers -0
Goals by Emmy Dale (assist-Shelbie Stewart) and Jessica Maerz (assist-Emmy Dale). Shutout- Caylin Manary

Lebanon Yellowjackets – 10
Central Bulldogs – 0
Senior Abbey Roam scored her first career goal and Emily Boyer returned from illness and scored as well. The Yellowjackets just got tougher in time for Districts.

Rolla Bulldogs – 3
Union Wildcats – 0
Junior Kim Carter netted the first goal on an assist from sophomore Jaclyn Standfast to take the lead in the 8th minute. The Bulldogs also said goodbye to their two seniors, Kaitlin Bramel and Anne Drallmeier.

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