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5v5 Soccer Tournament to Benefit The Kitchen Medical Clinic

Register For The Kitchens 5v5 Soccer Tournament

5v5 Soccer Tournament to Benefit The Kitchen Medical ClinicA group of recent Springfield Catholic graduates invite you to join them in a 5v5 Soccer Tournament to benefit The Kitchen Medical Clinic. There is a Facebook event where you can get the latest information, including the fact that there are already six adult teams.

When: Friday July 27th and Saturday July 28th
Divisions:
Middle School (Rising 6th-8th grade)
High School (Rising freshmen –seniors)
Adult (18+)

Register before July 20th – Registration Form

Registration forms also available at Lake Country Soccer Dome and SSC facilities beginning July 6th
Team registration fee: $50

Proceeds benefit The Kitchen Medical Clinic. The Kitchen Clinic provides services with the support and cooperation of the professional health care community and the dedicated services of hundreds of volunteers. Services are provided through grants, cash donations, generous contributions of medical supplies, over-the-counter medicines and prescription drugs.girl escort dubai

Natalie Smid, Springfield Catholic (2011) with the clearance

Missouri Class 1 Girls Soccer All-State Honors

Natalie Smid, Springfield Catholic (2011) with the clearance
Natalie Smid, Springfield Catholic (2011) with the clearance
The Missouri Soccer Coaches Association has released their All-State Girls squads for the 2011 Spring Season. Congratulations to local representatives who will play in the All-Star game on Thursday – Natalie Smid, Shelby Hatz, Andrea Parker, Amanda White, Carsen Baron, Rebecca Mayus, Emily Ortega. And to the underclassmen recognized this year as well – Nicole Ortega, Megan Goetzinger, Bekah Bade, Lydia Holtmann, Mary Margaret Kirkman.

Co-Player of the Year:
Natalie Smid, Springfield Catholic
Shelby Hatz, Springfield Catholic
Co-Offensive Player of the Year:
Camille Christie, Pembroke Hill
Alexis Robbers, Orchard Farm
Defender of the Year: Storm French, St. Vincent
GoalKeeper of the Year: Alyssa Mangan, Kennedy
Coach – Private: Ben Timson, Springfield Catholic
Coach – Public: Brandon Cox, Orchard Farm

Final Rankings
1 Springfield Catholic 23-4
2 St. Vincent 22-5
3 Pembroke Hill 14-14
4 Orchard Farm 17-9
5 St. Pius X (Festus) 24-2
6 Barstow 13-6
7 Kennedy 12-11
8 Southern Boone 20-7
9 Winfield 14-10-1
10 John Burroughs 8-9-1

First Team
Andrea Parker Springfield Catholic D SR
Kortney Luaders St. Pius X (Festus) D SR
Storm French St. Vincent D JR
Kayla Seabaugh St. Vincent D JR
Erin Bax Barstow D SR
Shelby Hatz Springfield Catholic F SR
Hannah Schiltz Southern Boone F SR
Amanda White St. James F SR
Caroline Basler St. Pius X (Festus) F SO
Brooke Burckhardt Orchard Farm F JR
Camille Christie Pembroke Hill F JR
Nicole Ortega Springfield Catholic F FR
Megan Goetzinger Springfield Catholic GK JR
Abby Jordan Winfield GK SR
Alyssa Mangan Kennedy GK JR
Natalie Smid Springfield Catholic MF SR
Haylee Eastridge St. Pius X (Festus) MF FR
Abby Lappe St. Vincent MF JR
Holly Cissell St. Vincent MF SO
Alexis Robbers Orchard Farm MF JR
Katie Sloan Barstow MF SO
Katie Gengler St. Pius X MF SR
Erin Harvey Pembroke Hill MF JR
Elizabeth Wada Pembroke Hill MF JR
Second Team
Carsen Baron Springfield Catholic D SR
Kelly Knierim Southern Boone D SO
Melissa Collins St. Pius X (Festus) D SR
Hannah Wisnewski Kennedy D SO
Casey Mann Orchard Farm D FR
Kyleigha Wacker Orchard Farm D SO
Bekah Bade Springfield Catholic F JR
Holly Blandford St. Vincent F FR
Lydia Hohenstein Lutheran North F JR
Kate Koby John Burroughs F SO
Renata Odongo Bishop LeBlond F SR
Sierra Grimm KC Lutheran F FR
Rachel Bacon Summit Christian Academy F FR
Haley Bruns Summit Christian Academy F SO
Katie Mattingly St. Vincent GK FR
Rebecca Mayus Springfield Catholic MF SR
Katie Curtis Southern Boone MF JR
Emily Cissell St. Vincent MF SR
Courtney Heberlie St. Vincent MF JR
Amanda Batty St. Elizabeth MF SR
Brooke Kawamoto Barstow MF SR
Erin Christiansen Bishop LeBlond MF SR
Sydney White O’Hara MF SO
Lilly Friedman Pembroke Hill MF SO
Lydia Holtmann Springfield Catholic MF FR
Honorable Mention
Kelby Wheeler Southern Boone D SR
Renee Recker St. James D SR
Holly Marko Winfield D SR
Ali Ackman Maryville D SR
Hannah Lewis Pembroke Hill D SR
Ashley Marks St. Pius X (Festus) F SO
Sarah Entwistle Winfield F SO
Meghan Boschert Orchard Farm F SO
Marita Sandven St. Paul F JR
Holly Magre St. Pius X (Festus) GK SO
Alexis Crowley Barstow GK SR
Mary Margaret Kirkman Greenwood MF SO
Andrea Liston Orchard Farm MF SR
Emmalynn Rodriguez KC Lutheran MF SR
Emily Ortega Springfield Catholic MF SR

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Samantha Graham, McAuley Warriors (2011)

Class 1 District 12 Soccer Honors

Samantha Graham, McAuley Warriors (2011)
Samantha Graham, McAuley Warriors (2011)
The Missouri Soccer Coaches Association poll of coaches has named their All-District Honors for Class 1 District 12, consisting of District Champions Springfield Catholic, District finalist McAuley Warriors and the Greenwood Blue Jays.

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1st Team

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Player School Position Year School Position Year

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Shelby Hatz Catholic Fightin' Irish F 2011

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Natalie Smid Catholic Fightin' Irish M 2011

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Andrea Parker Catholic Fightin' Irish D 2011

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Rebecca Mayus Catholic Fightin' Irish M 2011

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Megan Goetzinger Catholic Fightin' Irish GK 2012

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Nicole Ortega Catholic Fightin' Irish F 2014

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Lydia Holtmann Catholic Fightin' Irish M 2014

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Ally Adrian McAuley Warriors M 2013

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Ashton Gilliam McAuley Warriors D 2013

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Samantha Graham McAuley Warriors F 2011

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Mary Street McAuley Warriors M 2014

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Sydney Ganus Greenwood Blue Jays D 2011

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Mary Margaret Kirkman Greenwood Blue Jays F 2013

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Second Team

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Carsen Baron Catholic Fightin' Irish D 2011

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Emily Ortega Catholic Fightin' Irish M 2011

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Bekah Bade Catholic Fightin' Irish F 2012

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Mary Black McAuley Warriors D 2011

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Lucy Borgmeyer McAuley Warriors F 2013

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Taylor Little McAuley Warriors D 2011

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Abby Pekarek McAuley Warriors M 2014

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Anna Turner Greenwood Blue Jays D 2014

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Sara Cook Greenwood Blue Jays M 2012

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Jackie Dugan Greenwood Blue Jays D 2012

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Anna Grace Kirkman Greenwood Blue Jays M 2013

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Kelsey Nau Greenwood Blue Jays M 2014

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Courtney Devlin, Springfield Catholic (2011) celebrates her goal

Missouri Girls Soccer – Class 1 Semifinals Won By Catholic & St Vincent

Courtney Devlin, Springfield Catholic (2011) celebrates her goal
Courtney Devlin, Springfield Catholic (2011) celebrates her goal
Class 1 will open the tournament on Field 1 Friday. Twitter user can follow the #MO4soc hashtag for updates from SGFsoccer.com and other users.

St. Vincent Indians – 6
Orchard Farm Eagles – 2
The newcomers, recent winners of their first ever District title, fell to the experienced and hungry Indians who get their wish, a rematch with the Fightin’ Irish

Orchard Farm falls under St. Vincent scoring avalanche in semifinal

SE Missourian: St Vincent Advances to Title Match

Springfield Catholic Fightin’ Irish – 5
Pembroke Hill Raiders – 0
Catholic came out hungry and hard to open the game and Pembroke held them off for 30 minutes, as much due to the Irish’s lack of patience in the box as three opportunities in the box in the opening 8 minutes all went high or to the keeper. Natalie Smid had the best opportunities, putting her first off the far upright after winning a ball just outside the box and later, off the crossbar after Courtney Devlin’s simple pass back to Smid. Shelby Hatz finally solved the riddle of the Raider’s fine keeper when she redirected Lydia Holtmann’s corner kick into the upper 90 at the near post (video below and on KSPR later tonight).

Goals by Nicole Ortega, Natalie Smid, Bekah Bade and Courtney Devlin in the 2nd half completed the scoring as Coach Timson emptied his bench and prepared for the title game tomorrow.

News-Leader: Lady Irish Return To Title Game

KC Star: Pembroke Hill unable to escape heat, blowout in semifinal loss

The Championship game between the St. Vincent Indians and Springfield Catholic Fightin’ Irish will be played at noon on Saturday on Field 1.

The 3rd Place game between the Orchard Farm Eagles and Pembroke Hill Raiders will be played at 11:00 am on Saturday on Field 5.

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Natalie Smid, Springfield Catholic (2011) vs SoBoCo, 2011 Quarterfinals

Missouri Class 1 Final Four – Will Catholic Repeat?

Natalie Smid, Springfield Catholic (2011) vs SoBoCo, 2011 Quarterfinals
Natalie Smid, Springfield Catholic (2011) vs SoBoCo, 2011 Quarterfinals
The Class 1 Final 4 will open on Friday morning with an 11:00 am match between St Vincent and Orchard Farm. The Springfield Catholic girls will take the field to defend their State Title at 1:00 pm on Friday, opening with a semifinal against Kansas City-based Pembroke Hill. I’m picking St Vincent to advance to their second Final in three years where they will fall to Catholic for the second year in a row.

St Vincent Indians (21-4) –
Orchard Farm Eagles (17-7) –

St Vincent finished 3rd last year, beating Barstow 2-0 in the consolation game after falling to Catholic 1-0 on Natalie Smid’s 2nd half goal.

The team returns four All-State players from last season, led by juniors Kayla Seabaugh, a defender and a pair of forwards in Abby Lappe and Storm French, all 1st Team. Senior midfielder Emily Cissell was honorable mention and rounds out the group. Add freshman goalkeeper Katie Mattingly, who’s seen the difference between winning and losing while cheering her sister the last two years, and the team knows what is needed. Junior sweeper Storm French noted in the SE Missourian

“Now that the juniors and seniors have both experienced winning vs. getting third, we know what it’s like and we want to be back on top again.”

They’ve accomplished the first part of that goal by adjustments that have allowed the Indians to win 2 of the last 3 games in the second half. They went to halftime scoreless against St. Pius in the district title game and John Burroughs in the state quarterfinal contest. The Indians have allowed only 16 goals this season.

For the Orchard Farm Eagles, it all starts with Alexis Robbers (#2, Lou Fusz), an All-State first team midfielder for the Eagles as a sophomore last year who leads the team in scoring (29 goals, 13 assists) as a junior from her position. Robbers grew up in Largo, FL and moved to the St. Charles area prior to her sophomore season and has already committed to play for the MIAA Champion Central Missouri Mules. The Post Dispatch looked at the team early in the season and pointed to senior midfielder Andrea Liston and senior defenders Casey Kesselheim and Sareen Dargahi as keys to the season. Kesselhiem and Dargahi were key components in an Eagles squad that gave up just 36 total goals – or 1.44 per game – last season. Add in forward Brooke Burckhardt (24 goals) and the team has the tools to compete.

The school, located North of St Charles in the floodplains and farming community between the Mississippi and Missouri River, bounced back from last year’s OT loss to Trinity in the District Final to reach the Final 4 with an OT victory over Kennedy in the Quarterfinal on a pair of goals by Brooke Burckhardt, including the game-winner, and by Robbers. It’s the schools first trip to the Final 4 on the heels of its first ever District Title which will be the key difference in this game. Here’s the money quote for both teams however:

“It’s probably more gratifying this year than it has been the last few years,” St Vincen’ts Coach Wengert said about reaching the final four. “The first year you go, you don’t know what to expect. Last year, I thought maybe we went in a little overconfident and relaxed and didn’t play to our capabilities, whereas this year we’re definitely going to relish being in there and not taking anything for granted and we’re going to go do our best.”

Springfield Catholic (21-4) –
Pembroke Hill Raiders (13-13) –

The Fightin’ Irish won the title last year with two complete games, opening with their 1-0 win against St Vincent and followed with the 3-0 win over Trinity, sparked by then sophomore Bekah Bade’s game-winner in the second half. It was a measure of revenge for Catholic, who fell two Trinity 0-2 in the semifinal game the previous year as a combination of nerves and great goal-tending held them off. Like the St Vincent Indians, this team knows the difference between winning and losing and with 10 seniors who are making their third trip to State, this first game will set the tone.

The team is led by a quartet of 1st Team All-State players, starting in the middle with Natalie Smid (#16) who has been pulling the strings in midfield since her freshman year. The defense is anchored by Carsen Baron (#12) and Rebecca Mayus (#6) while Drury Panther signee Shelby Hatz (#14) provides breakaway speed on the wing and up top. Senior Andrea Parker (#2), headed for Drury with Hatz and Glendale’s Emily Cline, has moved into the middle with Baron providing a staunch, experience defense in front of junior All-Stater Megan Goetzinger in goal.

Junior Bekah Bade (#11), who scored the game-winner against Trinity last year, is joined up top by freshman Nicole Ortega (#8) while another freshman, Lydia Holtmann (#4) continues in her sisters footsteps at providing a skilled, hard-nosed midfielder to complement Smid. The Catholic bench goes 5-7 players deep which will play a significant role on the grass at Fenton as temperatures hit records for early June.

Pembroke, returning to Class 1 after finishing losing in the Class 2 District semifinals to O’Hara last year, return one All-Stater, 2nd team forward Camille Christie (#22) who leads the team with 24 goals scored. They have moved slowly up the Class 1 rankings this season, starting in the 6th slot to the 4th slot going into the Final 4. The team plays a strong schedule of Class 2 and Class 3 teams from Kansas City and Central Missouri. Elizabeth Wayda, also a junior, was 1st Team All-District along with Christie in 2010. Top scorers besides Christie include a trio with 6 apiece -Lilly Friedman, Erin Harvey and Wayda, while Kerry Levings has 5.

Pembroke has a history of success and it will not be an easy game but Catholic has 90 goals from five of their starters and speed to match every program in this region, losing only to Class 3 Glendale. mistress in dubai