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Barton County Cougars at Colorado Rapids Field, 2010

Kyle Slagle and Barton County Cougars In NJCAA Championships

Barton County Cougars at Colorado Rapids Field, 2010
Barton County Cougars at Colorado Rapids Field, 2010
From the National Junior College Athletic Association website – Cougars take 4th seed into NJCAA National Championships

The Barton Community College men’s soccer team will be the No. 4 seed this week in the NJCAA National Championships getting underway Thursday in Tyler, Texas. In the opening round the Cougars will battle 5th seed Darton College of Georgia at 3 pm. Darton comes into the tournament with a 17-5 record. Barton is currently 19-3-1 and riding an 18-game winning streak following its thrilling 2-1 win over Western Texas in the Plains District Championship.

Kyle Slagle (Bolivar Liberators 2009/Total Demize SC) is a goalkeeper for the Cougars where he played in six games this season, giving up only 2 goals for a 0.48 GAA. You may remember Kyle as a center back for the Liberators but he also specialized in coming in for penalty kick shootouts. He is a full-time goalie now.

Barton has won 18 straight games after starting the season 1-3-1. The Cougar defense has been especially good since the midpoint of the season. Starting with a 4-1 win over Cloud County on Sept 22, the Cougars have allowed just 6 goals in 14 games while winning the Jayhawk Conference, Region VI, and Plains District titles.

Sophomore Kevin Ellis leads that backline, earning Defensive Player of the Year in the conference this season. From that backline spot, Ellis – a front line player most of last year and earlier this year – is still among the team leaders in goal and points. Ellis is 3rd in goals with 9 and 3rd in points with 22. He set a school record last year with 54 points and his 23 goals were 2nd all-time for a season. Ellis has 32 goals for his career, which is also a record.

The Cougars have been led this season by sophomore Ricardo Yeverino’s 18 goals and 42 points followed by freshman Sam McCrillis with 15 goals. McCrillis lead the Cougars in assists with 11 and is just behind Yeverino in points with 41. Yeverino is tied for 2nd with 30 career goals.

Barton is making its 3rd appearance at the national championships, but have yet to win a contest, going 0-2 each previous visit.

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Thursday Ozarks Regional Soccer Report

Glendale Falcons Outscore Kickapoo ChiefsGlendale Falcons – 4
Kickapoo Chiefs – 1
The Falcon’s set a high bar in the traditional derby this evening, winning easily by comparison to the history of this series. The game-winner was scored in the 6th minute (I subscribe to the goal that establishes a lead that is not relinquished when measuring game-winners) when Brandon Baum buried his 28 yard direct kick into the upper 90 over the outstretched hands of Kickapoo keeper Tyler Moses. Only 4 minutes later freshman Austin Hart scored as he ran onto a loose ball in the 6 yard box, following Patrick Baltz’s run into the box and shot that was parried by a diving keeper.

Kickapoo had opportunities in this game as twice in the next 10 minutes Baum and then Cameron Dugan were called upon to clear balls from behind Glendale keeper Jordan Pitt. A lack of bodies in the right place meant that the only goal the Chiefs would score this evening would come in stoppage time of the 1st half. Substitute Sean Marren first won a 50/50 ball in midfield before slotting a diagonal pass that sent Skyler Russell into the box between a pair of defenders. His shot from 15 yards brought the Chiefs back within 1 entering the 2nd half. Rumor has it that this is the first goal Russell has ever scored against either the Falcon’s or the Pershing Generals.

The Falcon’s extended their lead in the first 10 minutes of the second half. First Baltz once again got into the 6 yard box, this time burying a shot from Alec Martinez’s short pass. Later Dugan buried a shot that came after a scramble in the box, sealing the victory.

Springfield Catholic Shuts Out West Plain ZizzersSpringfield Catholic – 10
West Plains Zizzers – 0
Justin Bowenschulte and Austin Lewis each had hat tricks in this game played at Cooper #2. Full details available at the Catholic website. Pictured is David Bailey getting the 2nd of his 2 goals, slotting it just beyond the keepers reach.

Willard Tigers – 6
Lebanon Yellowjackets – 0

Bolivar Liberators – 5
Branson Pirates – 1
Goals by Matt Magana (3), Tinash Zingura (1st goal at Bolivar High School), and Kyle Slagle (PK). Assists by Mitchell Waters, Seth Hopwood, and Bradley Stillwagon as the Liberators continue their unbeaten string.

Webb City Cardinals – 2
Carl Junction Bulldogs – 1
The Cardinals have shrugged off last seasons difficulties as they win again against their local rivals

Marshfield Blue Jays – 9
Aurora Houn’Dawgs – 0
Marshfield’s offense clicked, as they scored 9 goals. Goals by: Nicholas Harden, Robert Martin, Colton Harden (PK), Ryan Doolittle (Robert Martin), Robert Martin (Colton Harden), Nicholas Harden (DJ Hensley), Ryan Doolittle (Koty Jones), Colton Harden, Robert Martin (PK). Robert Martin also tied Marshfield’s career goal total at 37.dubai sexy escorts

10/7 Southwest Region High School Soccer Report

Kickapoo Chiefs – 1
Joplin Eagles – 0
Goal by Brock Ruggeri, assisted by Skyler Russell

Parkview Vikings – 5
West Plains Zizzers – 0
Goals by Tim Griffin (3), Jared Moore and Tanner Bennett. Shutout by Rudy Fotsch

Glendale Falcons – 9
Lebanon Yellowjackets – 1
Devon Newport scored 4 goals and moved into second on the Falcon’s Career scoring list for goals in a single season. Patrick Baltz (3G), Ian Newport (1G/1A), Chris Maddox (1G), Ryan Partch (1A), Ryan Harbach (1A), Josh Hunt (1A), Graham Basecke (1A) all earned points as well.

Rolla Bulldogs – 10
Hillcrest Hornets – 1

Carthage Tigers – 9
Branson Pirates – 0
The Tigers received goals from five different players in a 9-0 win against their new Central Ozark Conference rivals. The Tigers are now 13-2 overall and one step closer to their first ever conference championship. Carthage is 5-0 in the COC with one conference game remaining against Nixa.

NCA Warriors -2
Willard Tigers – 0
Goals by Jeremy Weimer and Dylan Corbett

Bolivar Liberator – 3 (2 OT)
Marshfield Blue Jays – 2
While Bolivar jumped out to an early lead with a pair of goals, the Jays fought back and tied the game in the 50th minute. The game winner came in the 92nd minute, it was the third of Kyle “toad” Slagle’s goals on the evening. Slagle got the game winner on a 60 yard free kick. Toad took the kick from beyond midfield. The ball bounced once, Matt Magana, the keeper and a defender all went up for the ball. The keep got his fingertips on it, but the momentum carried the ball into the net for the golden goal!

Springfield Catholic – 8
Logan-Rogersville Wildcats – 0
The Irish got goals from 5 different players, including 4 from David Bailey. Matthew Simpson had the shutout in goal.sunny escort dubai

10/3 Southwest Missouri High School Soccer Report

    Willard Tigers Tournament

Willard Soccer Fall Classic: Bolivar Liberators vs Hillcrest HornetsBolivar Liberators – 2
Hillcrest Hornets – 1
Elation for the Liberators as Bradley Stillwagon (pictured in white, defended by Radu Mariuta) scores 2 goals in the final 3 minutes of regulation to defeat the Hornets. The Hornet’s took the lead in the 53rd on some brilliant combination play, with Ballhorn winning not one, but two 50/50 balls, a quick no look pass into the path of Bryce Collier who’s run and shot was deflected, with Michael Freeman following the play and finishing the rebound.

The initial goal by Stillwagon was from Kyle Slagle’s free kick from the left side, headed down and deflected past the keeper off of a defender in the 77th. In the 78th, a long flip throw by sophomore Matt Magana gave Stillwagon a second opportunity he finished confidently. The assist by Magana gave him 35 in 1 1/2 years and ties the career record at Bolivar.

Willard Soccer Fall Classic: Cassville Wildcats vs New Covenant WarriorsCassville Wildcats – 3
New Covenant Warriors – 0
These two teams met September 6th, with the Wildcats earning a close 3-2 win after which the Warriors ran off a string of 8 straight wins until losing by a goal to Warrensburg last week. So there was plenty of pride at stake in this burgeoning rivalry. The difference today was the play of goalkeeper Michael Rush (pictured, stopping Jeremy Weimer) who stopped anything that came into his box today, regardless of the hazards. The Wildcats got a pair of goals from Uziel Franco, one of the top forwards in the region, as well as a PK goal by Omar Valenzuela.

Monett Cubs – 4
Webb City Cardinals – 2 (at halftime)

Saturday’s schedule has Bolivar vs Cassville as well as Hillcrest vs NCA at 8:00 am. At 10:00 am Willard vs Monett and Logan-Rogersville vs Webb City (I”m guessing on these last two, based upon the half time score of the Cubs vs Cardinals). 3rd place game at noon, Championship at 2:00 pm.

    Camdenton Lakers Tournament

Springfield Catholic – 3
West Plains Zizzers – 0

Camdenton Lakers – 5 (OT)
Hannibal Pirates – 4
The Lakers got the game winner 30 seconds into 1st OT

Fulton Hornets – 1
Sullivan – 0

Parkview Vikings – 3
Nixa Eagles – 0
Jared Moore scores a hat trick in the first half to lead the Vikings past their District rivals. Tim Griffin assisted on all 3 goals.

Glendale Falcons – 2 (in PKs)
Morton (IL) -1
From the Gateway City Soccer Classic. The Falcons win via sudden death penalty kicks after 1-1 tie in regulation. 1st half dominated by Morton who led 1-0 at half. Glendale comes out with more intensity second half to tie on a Devon Newport goal.

Central vs Warrensburg

Greenwood Blue Jays
– 8
Logan-Rogersville Wildcats – 0
Greenwood goals were scored by Chris Aiken (2), Stuart Beezley (3), Matt Cook and Brad Cook (2). Assists credited to Chris Aiken, Stuart Beezley, Patrick Connor and Matt Cook (2)
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9/15 Southwest Missouri High School Soccer Report

Springfield Catholic vs Waynesville Tigers

Catholic Fightin’ Irish – 1
Waynesville Tigers – 0
In a game that could have gone either way, the result hinged on a few key plays. The goal was scored by junior Justin Bowenschulte in the 48th minute, as he took Adam Entrup’s square ball from the right side before side-stepping a defender and slotting his shot to the far post. Add sophomore goalkeeper Levi Millsap’s diving save of a shot in the 64th minute that seemed destined for the back of the net, and the difference in the result was found in those few seconds.

The differences between the two teams are significant. Catholic started a lone senior (Cullen Barr) along with a pair of juniors, six sophomores and a freshman central midfielder (Luke Strauss) while Waynesville has 4 seniors, 6 juniors and a lone sophomore (Gehrig Haberstock) starting. Despite these differences, both teams have to feel confident about their opportunities at the District level this year. Waynesville will battle Rolla and Camdenton for supremacy in Class 3 District 10 while Catholic is looking towards New Covenant and Greenwood in Class 1 District 6. I’ll be certain to keep you up-to-date on the progress both teams are certain to make towards there common goal. UPDATE – as Pat Taggart notes, Reid Harbach is a freshman and I missed him in my initial count that only had ten total. The Catholic flyer has Dahlberg listed as a sophomore. So 1, 2, 6, 2 is my current count 🙂

That’s Catholic’s midfield general, sophomore Taylor Arens, winning the head ball in front of junior Ben Moore.

Willard Tigers vs Central BulldogsWillard Tigers – 5
Central Bulldogs – 0
The Bulldogs continue to impress as they worked hard the entire 80 minutes. The Tiger’s were unable to open it up like last year’s game but they have the team speed that allowed them to get down the wings, creating opportunities in the box they were able to capitalize on. Junior Tyler Sevon was the primary recipient, scoring the first three on assists by seniors Parlie Shikany (2) and Marian Lup. Lup and Jonah Nadeau also scored, Josh Lindsey with the shutout and 11 saves against the Bulldogs. Shikany is pictured turning the corner.

New Covenant Warriors – 3
Aurora Houn Dawgs – 0

Bolivar Liberators – 4
Warrensburg Tigers – 2
Kyle “Toad” Slagle scored on a PK in the second half to give the Liberators a 2-1 lead that they never relinquished in the battle with their former district foe. The Tigers came into the game undefeated (6-0). Goals by Bradley Stillwagon (2) and Matt Magana.

Linn Wildcats – 2
Crocker Lions – 0
The Wildcats held on to the home field advantage in shutting out their District opponent Southern neighbor tonight.

Marshfield Blue Jays – 4
Branson Pirates – 2
Koda Sorenson tallied both goals for the Pirates who continue to develop as a team.

Monett Cubs – 3
Carl Junction Bulldogs – 2

Nixa Eagles – 2
Lebanon Yellowjackets – 0
Goals scored by Kaleb Romero and KhaiUyen Huynh, both assists went to Tyler Bartell. Marcus Fernandes got the shutout in goal.

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