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Willard Tigers Fall Classic

Willard Soccer Fall Classic: Willard Tigers Win Title, defeat Bolivar LIberators
Willard Tigers -1
Bolivar Liberators – 0
Bolstered by a stoppage time goal, the the Tigers took the title in their eponymous tournament. It was a somewhat sedate affair given the rivalry these two teams have had in the past, a function of Willard’s move to Class 3 and the COC Large School categories. It’s also a reflection of the competitive balance I’ve seen this year. In the end, the difference was former Bolivar Liberator Marian Lup, who was able to maintain his balance as a defender and the goal keeper collided in the box and he was able to collect the loose ball and slot it into the open net in the 60th for the ultimate game winner. He scored a 2nd in stoppage time as the defense was caught moving forward for an equalizer. The photo was post-game, limited by cell phone toting parents and others unconcerned about broader coverage opportunities for their boys.

Willard Soccer Fall Classic: Monett Cubs win 3rd over Cassville WildcatsMonett Cubs – 2
Cassville Wildcats – 0
The Cubs’ got a pair of goals from junior Jose Lopez this afternoon to keep their record against the Wildcats at 3-0 this year, a 180 degree turn from last year. The game was a back-and-forth affair, with both teams creating opportunities. Monett came close late in the 1st half when Mauricio Trujillo got into the box and around the GK but Nashe Lugeanbeal followed the play and cleared the shot off the line. The Cub’s broke through in the 59th minute when Jose Lopez created space in the box and put his shot beyond the keeper’s reach. He got a 2nd goal in the 73rd when senior captain Humberto Morales collected a clearance by the defense, looked up and sent Lopez in with a beautiful diagonal ball that split the defense, allowing Jose to break in alone on the GK.

New Covenant Warriors – 10
Webb City Cardinals – 1
The Warriors used Saturday to recharge their offense after Friday’s frustrating loss to Cassville.

Bolivar Liberators – 5
Cassville Wildcats – 1
The Liberators won their second game of the tournament in an 8am game.

Willard Tigers – 3 (PK’s)
Monett Cubs – 2
The game required two overtimes and the penalty kicks went 8 deep before a winner could be determined.

NCA Warriors – 9
Hillcrest Hornets – 2

Log-Rog Wildcats – 0
Webb City Cardinals – 3
A 2nd meeting for the two teams, following LogRog’s historic 1st win two weeks ago which came against the Cardinals. Saturday was a different story as the Cardinal’s evened their record against the Wildcats.

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9/16 Southwest Missouri High School Soccer Report

Parkview Vikings vs Rolla Bulldogs
Rolla’s Tyler Sinnott defended by Darren Shaw, Parkview

Parkview Vikings – 2
Rolla Bulldogs – 0
Goals in the 27th minute by Tim Griffin and in the 77th minute by Morgan Holt propelled the Parkview Vikings to their second Ozark Conference win Tuesday afternoon. UPDATE – found my game notes!

This was the kind of game I really enjoy, with a pair of well-matched teams that offer a great opportunity to see leadership exhibited. A pair of teams that I would call blue-collar, each led by a forward who garners the majority of the attention.

In this game, the Viking’s Tim Griffin led the way with a pair of plays that showed his individual skill in scoring the game winner and assisting on Morgan Holt’s late goal. The goal came as the Vikings transitioned from a Bulldog attack, with the final pass coming from Jared Moore, while Griffin collected the ball and quickly turned his defenders before slotting a ball to the near post. The assist as he broke down the left side and then into the box before calmly sending a square ball through the 6 yard box to the onrushing Holt who slid at the far post to redirect the ball into the net.

More importantly for the Vikings is their calm under pressure. Every year I am gratified to see players who are growing into their roles and responsibilities. For the Vikings, seeing the work that Darren Shaw and Matt Medley are doing running the midfield, while Dane Knapp sweeps behind them, points to the core every team needs. And that blue-collar comment? Rolla’s best opportunity was cleared off the line by midfielder Holt early in the game.

Rolla will be well-prepared for the playoffs, with a core of seniors leading the way, including Sinnott, but its Andrew Chism and Justin Schubring that will pull the strings, with junior Cody Martin also making a significant impact. Late yellow cards, including to Coach Mike Howard, point to the importance of these Conference games however. A few more opportunities under fire will help forge a young defense in front of senior Stephen Moorkamp and offer more fireworks at a future meeting between these two teams.

Glendale Falcons – 4
Camdenton Lakers – 0
Goals by Devon Newport (2), Alec Martinez and Patrick Baltz. The Falcons record is now 6-0, 2-0 in the Ozark Conference.

Carthage Tigers – 10
Webb City Cardinals – 0

Joplin Eagles – 8
Hillcrest Hornets – 0
Senior Blake Aggus got the game-winner as the Eagles get a District win.

Bolivar Liberators – 4
Marshfield Blue Jays – 2
A difficult but gratifying District and Conference win for the Liberators it sounds like. A pair of goals and an assist for sophomore Matt Magana.

Waynesville Tigers – 3
West Plains Zizzers – 0
Ben Moore, from Eric Iverson, in the 12th minute made the difference in the Ozark Conference match up

Catholic Fightin’ Irish – 6
Rogersville Wildcats – 0

Willard Tigers – 3
Ozark Tigers – 1
Senior Marian Lup got all 3 goals for the Tigers (must be the shoes Marian). Game winner came in the 22nd after Ozark had tied the game in the 18th.

Greenwood Blue Jays – 8
Thomas Jefferson – 1

Kickapoo Chiefs – 5
Lebanon Yellowjackets – 0
The Chiefs got goals from 5 players in the Conference win

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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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