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Jeff Rogers Named to MSHSSCA Hall of Fame

Jeff Rogers Glendale Falcons
Jeff Rogers with alumni, 2005

Congratulations to Jeff Rogers who has been named to the second Hall of Fame Class for the Missouri High School Soccer Coaches Association (MSHSSCA). He is joined by Mike Gauvain, Chaminade, Bill Daues, Whitfield and Brad Wittenborn, Cape Notre Dame. These outstanding coaches will be honored at the 2nd Annual Banquet, information below. Congrats!!

Some of my stories on Jeff include
2013 – Rogers Wins 700th Game
2012 – Rogers Captures 400th Boys Win
2010 – Rogers Wins 600th Game
2009 – Rogers Named NSCAA Midwest Coach of the Year
2007 – Jeff Rogers on Reaching 500 Wins

I hope Glendale fills the Banquet Hall with Alumni in January!

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1st Boys Soccer State Awards Banquet – Register Now

award-winnersThe 1st Missouri HS Soccer Coaches Association (MSHSSCA) Boys Soccer Awards and Hall of Fame Banquet wil be held Saturday January 5 in Columbia, MO at 12:30 pm.

The event is designed to honor the All-State players (1st, 2nd and Honorable Mention), the Academic All-State team (to be announced on Tuesday, Dec. 18), the Team Sportsmanship Award, the Assistant Coach of the Year, the Coaches of the Year and our inaugural Missouri Soccer Coaches Hall of Fame class. Players, families and coaches are invited.

Please note that we must have registrations by Dec. 23 in order to set up the banquet center. Tickets can be purchased at the door, but seating and food choice is not guaranteed.

Registration can also be done online and paid for with PayPal. http://www.mosoccercoach.com/

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Missouri State Recruit Kayla Seabaugh Leads Class 1 All-State Honors

kayla-seabaugh-st-vincentThe 2012 All-State Team for Class 1 schools has been announced. Recognition for Conference, Regional and State awards is done by members of the Missouri State High School Soccer Coaches Association (MSHSSCA). St Pius X of St Louis is the State Champion this year, defeating Principia (also of St Louis) in the Final. St Pius X of KC and Springfield Catholic, the two-time defending champion, were semifinalists. St Vincent was upset in the District Finals by eventual champions St Pius X (Festus).

Player of the Year – Kayla Seabaugh, St. Vincent (Missouri State)
Co-Offensive POY – Haylee Eastridge, St. Pius (Festus)
and Alexis Robbers, Orchard Farm
Defensive POY – Storm French, St. Vincent
Co-GK of the Year – Megan Goetzinger, Springfield Catholic
and Anna Lillig, St. Pius (KC)

ALL-STATE PLAYERS (position, name, grade, school)

Final Rankings
1 – St. Pius (Festus) (27-2)
2 – St. Vincent (20-5)
3 – Principia (18-4)
4 – Springfield Catholic (20-7)
5 – St. Pius (KC) (13-10-1)
6 – O’Hara (17-8)
7 – John Burroughs (10-8)
8 – Pembroke Hill (6-14-1)
9 – Orchard Farm (11-13-1)
10 – Greenwood (16-8)dubai escorts uk

Jon Strodtman

From the Columia Tribune comes news that Hickman Coach Jon Strodtman has lost his battle with intestinal cancer.

Hickman senior Liz Gayer felt blessed that Kewpies Coach Jon Strodtman was able to attend her signing ceremony last Wednesday to announce her decision to attend Missouri on a soccer scholarship.

“He wasn’t going to miss it, and if it makes him happy, then I’m so glad he was here,” Gayer said last week. “That’s important to me because he might not have a lot of time left.”

The public appearance proved to be Strodtman’s last.

The Missouri High School Soccer Coaches held a fund raiser for Jon and his family in May 2006. I expect we’ll hear more from his peers in the days to come. lady escorts