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Kelsey Haist, Nixa Eagles (2011)/Missouri Southern Lions

Class 3 District 11 Girls Soccer Honors

1st Team
Player School Position Year School Position Year
Molly Brewer Glendale Falcons M 2012
Emily Cline Glendale Falcons F 2011
Kindra Lierz Glendale Falcons GK 2014
Alix Opfer Glendale Falcons D 2012
Ashlan Fiester Glendale Falcons D 2011
Marin Gelsheimer Kickapoo Chiefs M 2011
Kaylee Stephens Kickapoo Chiefs D 2011
Katie Lynn Kickapoo Chiefs F 2011
Lauren Moats Nixa Eagles M 2012
Kristin Miller Nixa Eagles GK 2011
Brittany Kirkpatrick Nixa Eagles D 2013
Kelsey Haist Nixa Eagles M 2011
Jayme Braun Ozark Tigers M 2011
Keysha Burns Ozark Tigers D 2012
Morgan Davidson Ozark Tigers F 2013
Second Team
Kami Giese Branson Pirates D 2011
Amanda Hinkle Branson Pirates D 2013
Allison Yoakam Glendale Falcons D 2013
Drianna Raff Glendale Falcons M 2013
Sarah Kate Sprouse Glendale Falcons D 2013
McKenna Adams Kickapoo Chiefs F 2011
Miriam Melugin Kickapoo Chiefs M 2014
Brittany Baker Kickapoo Chiefs M 2012
McKenzie Danzer Kickapoo Chiefs GK 2012
Rachel Murphy Nixa Eagles F 2012
Shelby Zielke Nixa Eagles D 2011
Kelsey Bartell Nixa Eagles F 2011
Jackie Wacha Ozark Tigers F 2011
Mollie Killion Ozark Tigers M 2011
Honorable Mention
Dannie Weaver Glendale Falcons D 2012
Kate Bess Kickapoo Chiefs D 2011
Rachel McIntyre Kickapoo Chiefs D 2011
Courtney Frerichs Nixa Eagles M 2011
Abby Turnbull Nixa Eagles D 2012
Mikaela Branson Ozark Tigers GK 2012

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Miriam Melugin (KHS 2014) & Emma Chilton (PHS 2014)

Thursday Sunshine and Games!

The regular season comes to an end two weeks from today. District seeding may occur as early as next week.

Greenwood Blue Jays – 0
Logan-Rogersville Wildcats – 2
A goal by Haley Weeks in the 3rd minute and one by Colette Mast, also in the first half, were enough to get the Wildcats past the Blue Jays tonight. Photos available here

Carthage Tigers – 4
Central Bulldogs – 2
Carthage goals by Jamileth Henriquez (2) Tristen Bass (1 goal, 1 assist), Miraya Lopez

Marshfield Wildcats – 6
Republic Tigers – 2
Marshfield goals were scored by Alex Cantrell, who had a hat trick, Kylea Ryser with a brace (that’s 2) and Danielle Coffman.

Neosho Wildcats – 0
Glendale Falcons – 10

The Bulldogs sit atop the Conference with an unblemished record (6-0). Still remaining after tonights game are Camdenton on May 2nd and Glendale on May 3rd. Can they hold on?

Lebanon vs Camdenton is also a District 10 game. Camdenton dreams of District glory this year, and therefor must get past Lebanon if they hope to finally beat Rolla. As the Lake News noted last week – This year’s CHS senior class is winless all-time against Rolla, which has ended the Lady Lakers’ postseason run in districts each of the past two seasons.

Miriam Melugin (KHS 2014) & Emma Chilton (PHS 2014)
Miriam Melugin (KHS 2014) & Emma Chilton (PHS 2014)
Parkview Vikings – 1 (2nd OT)
Kickapoo Chiefs – 0
Kelsey Loderhose buried a free kick from 30 yards (video) for the game winner in the 95th minute Thursday night. The game was scoreless through regulation and while the Chief’s had the better opportunities, including a ball off the underside of the crossbar and a breakaway by Katie Lynn that was cleared inside the six yard box by Holly Messick, they were unable to get the decisive goal.

The Vikings matched the Chiefs intensity tonight, aided and abetted by a recent change that has moved freshman Emma Chilton into the middle. Emma offers the Vikings more bite in the middle, a necessary ingredient in the Ozark Conference. The Vikings backline, led by McKenzie Payton, once again features Anna Withers, Messick and Amy Green and this experienced group will be key come Districts where a single goal can determine the outcome.

The Chiefs, who welcomed the return of McKenna Adams and Kate Bess from injuries, will look at how a foul 30 yards out impacted the outcome. Much like the Glendale match a month ago. Strong games against Ozark and Camdenton next week will be important to earning a #2 seed in preparation for Districts. Oh, and that rematch with the Falcon’s on May 11th.

Rolla Bulldogs – 5
Joplin Eagles – 0

Lebanon Yellowjackets – 0
Camdenton Lakers – 3
Camdenton goals by freshmen Morgan Henry and Whitney Snow and game winner by Danielle Brooks (junior). Camdenton improves to 11-4 and 5-1 in Conference play
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Emily Cline (GHS 2011) and Rachel McIntyre (KHS 2011)

Glendale Outscores Kickapoo

Emily Cline (GHS 2011) and Rachel McIntyre (KHS 2011)
Emily Cline (GHS 2011) and Rachel McIntyre (KHS 2011)
An early season rumble that featured three two penalty kicks (for Kickapoo), a red card for a tackle on a breakaway (against Kickapoo) and even some moments of quality play. March soccer! UPDATED

Glendale Falcons – 5
Kickapoo Chiefs – 3
The game got off to a fast start when Emily Cline was taken down just outside the box in the 2nd minute. Jr Molly Brewer collected the loose ball, set and shot to the far post (video below). Kickapoo tied the game only minutes later when McKenna Adams was fouled in Glendale’s box, leading to a goal scored from the penalty spot by Marin Gelsheimer. In the 22nd, Cline was once again fouled leading to a direct kick from approximately 26 yards out. Once again Brewer was on target. When Cline scored from the top of the penalty box late in the first half, it appeared Glendale had an unassailable lead.

Kickapoo had been controlling play in the latter part of the first half, moving the ball well against the Falcons. It was a nice display in comparison to Glendale’s focus on springing Cline. When she scored in stoppage time, it could have disheartened the Chief’s but they came out in the second half committed to their plan. It led to their second goal when McKenna Adam’s was able to move parallel to the end line into the box all the way to the six yard box where she slid her shot to the far post.

Glendale’s bench was crowded this evening, in comparison to the Chief’s who had four substitutes available. In the 55th minute, Rachel McIntyre was shown a straight red card, leaving Kickapoo with 10 on the pitch. Cline had been sprung free down the left side. As McIntyre came across from the right side to track her down her tackle stopped the attack but at the expense of her remaining time on the pitch. She’ll also miss the game against Catholic on Friday. Yet again the Chief’s fought back from a deficit, tying the game a few minutes later when Glendale was called for a handball in the box. Gelsheimer finished her second PK of the night and it looked like we were headed to overtime until…

Yep, Cline. This time it was a goal kick by freshman starter Kendra Lierz. Cline came across and flicked the ball forward into space and used her pace to again get behind the defense and bury her breakaway in the 75th. She scored her hat-trick minutes later when a breakdown in the box led to an open net.


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McKenzie Danzer, Kickapoo Chiefs (2012)

Friday Game Reports

McKenzie Danzer, Kickapoo Chiefs (2012)
McKenzie Danzer, Kickapoo Chiefs (2012)
A pair of Kansas City teams are visiting Springfield this weekend, with matches against Kickapoo and Ozark on their Friday-Saturday schedule.

Kickapoo Chiefs – 3
Blue Springs South – 1
The Chiefs got the game-winner in the first half from a reliable source. McKenna Adams was sent into the offensive end with a simple ball over the top of the defense and she buried it when the defense failed to anticipate her attack angle. The second goal was scored by Brittani Baker late in the half when her cross from the right side slipped past the goalkeeper and rolled into the open net. Senior midfield general Marin Gelsheimer scored the third goal 16 minutes into the second half to open up the lead for the Chiefs.

The game was never certain for Kickapoo however, despite controlling the majority of play. Both early goals benefited from keeper errors and as the game progressed, the limited bench the Chiefs have (only 30 players total, 15 on varsity at the moment) led to some sloppy play late. A penalty kick, when a fatigued defender took down a BSS player in the box, was saved by Danzer and a break-away midway through the second half was also rejected when Danzer dove into the play near the top of her box. The goal was scored on a cross to the near post that was flicked over the defender and keeper and tapped into an open net by BSS’s fireplug midfielder, #2.

On a more positive note (I try) the Chiefs showed very good communication and play before fatigue set in. Gelsheimer and freshman Miriam Melugin will go toe-to-toe with the other key midfield teams in the area (Brewer-Opfer at Glendale and Haist-Moats at Nixa) while McKenna Adams and Kaylee Stephens offer the Chiefs strong senior leadership down the middle of the pitch. More later with my District 11 preview early next week.

Ozark Tigers – 0
Park Hill South – 8

Parkview at Carthage, March 2011 (by Joe George)Carthage Tigers – 0
Parkview Vikings – 5
Sr Kelsey Loderhose and Emma Chilton each scored two goals tonight for the visitors plus an own goal. An early District 12 win as Parkview has moved West to join Carthage, Joplin, Neosho and Willard.

Harrison (AR) Goblins – 5
West Plains Zizzers – 0

Camdenton Lakers – 2
Marshfield Blue Jays – 0
Goals were scored by junior Meagan D’Arcy and senior Ashleigh Paschel. Haley Baker had an assist. Shutout was shared by seniors Jess Colliver and Sandy Shore.

Lebanon Yellowjackets – 0
Nixa Eagles – 7
Another shutout for the Eagles. First half goals were scored by Kelsey Bartell, assist by Lauren Moats; Moats, assist by Courtney Frerichs and Paige Townsend, assist by Rachel Murphy. Second half goals were scored by Courtney Frerichs, assist by Moats; Murphy, assist by Halie Owen, Murphy unassisted and Brittany Kirkpatrick, assisted by Bartell. Shutout by Kristin Miller

JV game was won by Nixa 2-0. Shutout: Lexi Stagner
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