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Missouri Class 3 All-District 12 Honors

Miriam Melugin, Kickapoo Chiefs
Miriam Melugin, Kickapoo
Aspen Hawkins, Central Bulldogs (2014) enroute to game-winning goal
Aspen Hawkins, Central
The 2013 All-District Team for District 12 Class 3 schools has been announced. Recognition for District, Conference, Regional and State awards is done by members of the Missouri State High School Soccer Coaches Association (MSHSSCA).

CO -Player Of The Year: Miriam Melugin & Aspen Hawkins
Offensive MVP: Kenzie Dunaway
Defensive MVP: Natalie Closser
GK MVP: Molly Wassam
COY: Phil Hodge

The District includes the Central Bulldogs, Joplin Eagles, Kickapoo Chiefs and Parkview Vikings. The Chiefs won the District title 3-1 over Central, matching the boys team who won the title in the Fall of this school year. Continue reading “Missouri Class 3 All-District 12 Honors”

Aspen Hawkins, Central Bulldogs (2014) enroute to game-winning goal

Aspen Hawkins Leads All-District Soccer Honors, Missouri Class 3 District 12

Aspen Hawkins, Central Bulldogs (2014) enroute to game-winning goal
Aspen Hawkins, Central Bulldogs (2014) enroute to game-winning goal
The All-District team for Class 3 District 12 has been announced. The District includes the Carthage Tigers, Central Bulldogs, Joplin Eagles, Neosho Wildcats, Parkview Vikings and Willard Tigers. 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 Central Bulldogs are the 2012 District Champions.

MVP​ – Aspen Hawkins, ​Central ​MF
Offensive Player of the Year – ​Dylan Owens​, Willard ​F
Defensive Player of the Year​ – Amy Greene​, Parkview​ D
Goalie of the Year​ – Sarah Nichols​, Central ​GK
Coach of the Year​ – Chris Welch​, Central

1st team
Leigh Ann Craig ​- Carthage ​MF
Aspen Hawkins​ – Central​ MF
Sarah Nichols ​- Central​ GK
Analynn Salvato – ​Central ​F
Lauren Zeh​ – Central​ MF
Kellie Stringer – ​Joplin ​D
Paige O’Neill ​- Neosho ​MF
Emma Chilton ​- Parkview ​D
Amy Greene ​- Parkview​ D
Macie Cotter​ – Willard ​MF
Dylan Owens​ – Willard​ F
Torri Thomas – ​Willard​ D

2nd Team
Nicole Hitchcock – ​Carthage ​D
Jessica Marquez ​- Carthage ​MF
Rachel Busiek ​- Central ​D
Jena Parry​ – Central​ D
Kaitlin Toelke – ​Central ​D
Anna Banwart ​- Joplin​ F
Morgan Davis ​- Joplin ​MF​
Matty Leidtke ​- Neosho ​GK
Emily Courtney ​- Parkview​ GK
Amanda Leckrone ​- Parkview ​D
Lindsay Owens​ – Willard ​F
Jessie Stoll​ – Willard​ MF

Honorable Mention
Cynthia Naverrete – ​Carthage ​F
Josselyn Samuel ​- Carthage ​D
Melinda Qiao​ – Central ​M
Megan Stewart​ – Central ​D
Julia Lewis ​- Joplin ​D
Megan Rowe ​- Joplin​ GK
Lizzie Drake – ​Neosho ​D
Shelby Fletcher – ​Neosho ​D
Becca Castillo ​- Parkview​ F
Hannah Roberts ​- Parkview​ D
Makayla Bowling​ – Willard ​D
Miriam Dashtipour​ – Willard ​MF
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Tabitha Iles, Republic Tigers (2014)

Monday – Republic, Nixa, Warrensburg grab Wins

Tabitha Iles, Republic Tigers (2014)
Tabitha Iles, Republic Tigers (2014)
An early clash in Class 2 District 12 that will feature a first time District title winner this year

Hillcrest Hornets – 0
Republic Tigers – 4
The Tiger’s visited Hillcrest today and faced an early District challenge against the Hornets. The key difference between these two teams at the moment is the scoring capabilities the Tiger’s have discovered in their freshman class. The Tiger’s took the lead in the first half from Tabitha Iles, who also scored the last goal today. The second half saw freshman Sierra Casagrande extending the lead with a direct kick from 26 yards that flew straight into the upper corner of the net. Senior captain Sam Minor was credited with the 3rd goal, scored from a scramble inside the six yard box.

This is a good Hillcrest team, with some key components in place. I’ll have more details once I have a roster.

Camdenton Lakers – 1
Nixa Eagles – 2
Camdenton took a first half lead, on Freshman midfielder Whitney Snow’s direct free kick in the 37th minute, only to see Nixa come from behind to remain undefeated. Jr Lauren Moats, assisted by Abby Turnbull, got the 1st goal for Nixa. Paige Townsend got the game-winner, assisted by Kelsey Bartell.

Central Bulldogs – 2
Warrensburg Tigers – 5
A lively game this evening as the Bulldogs shrugged off Saturday’s loss and came out strong against Warrensburg, who will battle Harrisonville and Bolivar for the Class 2 District title. The Tigers have a pair of forwards that any team would benefit from, both front runners with a nose for the goal (#8 and #11). The game was 3-0 when I arrived late in the first half but it was Central who were pushing forward regularly.

Freshman Aspen Hawkins and sophomore Lauren Zeh run the midfield for the Bulldogs and the pair never stop moving, and seem to have already evolved an unspoken communication, despite only a month together. With freshman Analyn Salvato up top, the trio are as fast as any three players in the region. Their goals exposed Warrensburg weakness, which is a lack of pace. The first goal came late in the first half when Aspen’s direct kick from 30+ yards escaped the keepers initial effort to corral it and Salvato was there to bury the rebound. In the second half, Hawkins simple through ball allowed Zeh to outpace the defense from midfield and as she does regularly, despite the keepers diving attempt, Zeh kept the ball in front of her and slipped the rebound into the empty net.

Warrensburg is an experienced team and midfielder #7 seems to set the tone for the Tigers. Play simple, let the ball do the work and exploit their strength up top. She also contributed a goal of her own when she hammered a half-volley that had bounced out to her, burying it high and away from the keeper. A good road win on a cold and blustery day that will prepare them for District play.


Springfield Catholic – 4
Ozark Tigers – 1
Game determined by the wind. Ozark had the wind in the first half and went to the break with a 1-0 lead on a goal by Jackie Wacha assisted by Mollie Killion. Catholic scored 4 in the second half with the wind. Bekah Bade assisted by Shelby Hatz, Emily Ortega assisted by Natalie Smid, Nicole Ortega assisted by Hatz, and Smid from a penalty kick.

McAuley Warriors – 6
Branson Pirates – 0
The Warriors are benefiting from the decision to combine their sports programs with College Heights Christian last Summer. Rather than dressing 10 as they did at times in 2010, they have a full bench and the ability to get out and compete for 80 minutes now. Goals this evening came from Sammy Graham (2), Ashton Gilliam (2), Lucy Borgmeyer and Ally Adrian. Candy Lake and Annie Carter combine for the shut out in goal.

Jeff City Jays – 1
Lebanon Yellowjackets – 0
JV Jeff City 2 Lebanon 0

Joplin Eagles – 6
Neosho Wildcats – 1

Willard Tigers – 0
Bolivar Liberators – 3
First half goals scored by Magana & Mersch send Liberators to win
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