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Thursday Ozarks Regional Soccer Report

Glendale Falcons Outscore Kickapoo ChiefsGlendale Falcons – 4
Kickapoo Chiefs – 1
The Falcon’s set a high bar in the traditional derby this evening, winning easily by comparison to the history of this series. The game-winner was scored in the 6th minute (I subscribe to the goal that establishes a lead that is not relinquished when measuring game-winners) when Brandon Baum buried his 28 yard direct kick into the upper 90 over the outstretched hands of Kickapoo keeper Tyler Moses. Only 4 minutes later freshman Austin Hart scored as he ran onto a loose ball in the 6 yard box, following Patrick Baltz’s run into the box and shot that was parried by a diving keeper.

Kickapoo had opportunities in this game as twice in the next 10 minutes Baum and then Cameron Dugan were called upon to clear balls from behind Glendale keeper Jordan Pitt. A lack of bodies in the right place meant that the only goal the Chiefs would score this evening would come in stoppage time of the 1st half. Substitute Sean Marren first won a 50/50 ball in midfield before slotting a diagonal pass that sent Skyler Russell into the box between a pair of defenders. His shot from 15 yards brought the Chiefs back within 1 entering the 2nd half. Rumor has it that this is the first goal Russell has ever scored against either the Falcon’s or the Pershing Generals.

The Falcon’s extended their lead in the first 10 minutes of the second half. First Baltz once again got into the 6 yard box, this time burying a shot from Alec Martinez’s short pass. Later Dugan buried a shot that came after a scramble in the box, sealing the victory.

Springfield Catholic Shuts Out West Plain ZizzersSpringfield Catholic – 10
West Plains Zizzers – 0
Justin Bowenschulte and Austin Lewis each had hat tricks in this game played at Cooper #2. Full details available at the Catholic website. Pictured is David Bailey getting the 2nd of his 2 goals, slotting it just beyond the keepers reach.

Willard Tigers – 6
Lebanon Yellowjackets – 0

Bolivar Liberators – 5
Branson Pirates – 1
Goals by Matt Magana (3), Tinash Zingura (1st goal at Bolivar High School), and Kyle Slagle (PK). Assists by Mitchell Waters, Seth Hopwood, and Bradley Stillwagon as the Liberators continue their unbeaten string.

Webb City Cardinals – 2
Carl Junction Bulldogs – 1
The Cardinals have shrugged off last seasons difficulties as they win again against their local rivals

Marshfield Blue Jays – 9
Aurora Houn’Dawgs – 0
Marshfield’s offense clicked, as they scored 9 goals. Goals by: Nicholas Harden, Robert Martin, Colton Harden (PK), Ryan Doolittle (Robert Martin), Robert Martin (Colton Harden), Nicholas Harden (DJ Hensley), Ryan Doolittle (Koty Jones), Colton Harden, Robert Martin (PK). Robert Martin also tied Marshfield’s career goal total at 37.dubai sexy escorts

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Kickapoo Chiefs – 1
Joplin Eagles – 0
Goal by Brock Ruggeri, assisted by Skyler Russell

Parkview Vikings – 5
West Plains Zizzers – 0
Goals by Tim Griffin (3), Jared Moore and Tanner Bennett. Shutout by Rudy Fotsch

Glendale Falcons – 9
Lebanon Yellowjackets – 1
Devon Newport scored 4 goals and moved into second on the Falcon’s Career scoring list for goals in a single season. Patrick Baltz (3G), Ian Newport (1G/1A), Chris Maddox (1G), Ryan Partch (1A), Ryan Harbach (1A), Josh Hunt (1A), Graham Basecke (1A) all earned points as well.

Rolla Bulldogs – 10
Hillcrest Hornets – 1

Carthage Tigers – 9
Branson Pirates – 0
The Tigers received goals from five different players in a 9-0 win against their new Central Ozark Conference rivals. The Tigers are now 13-2 overall and one step closer to their first ever conference championship. Carthage is 5-0 in the COC with one conference game remaining against Nixa.

NCA Warriors -2
Willard Tigers – 0
Goals by Jeremy Weimer and Dylan Corbett

Bolivar Liberator – 3 (2 OT)
Marshfield Blue Jays – 2
While Bolivar jumped out to an early lead with a pair of goals, the Jays fought back and tied the game in the 50th minute. The game winner came in the 92nd minute, it was the third of Kyle “toad” Slagle’s goals on the evening. Slagle got the game winner on a 60 yard free kick. Toad took the kick from beyond midfield. The ball bounced once, Matt Magana, the keeper and a defender all went up for the ball. The keep got his fingertips on it, but the momentum carried the ball into the net for the golden goal!

Springfield Catholic – 8
Logan-Rogersville Wildcats – 0
The Irish got goals from 5 different players, including 4 from David Bailey. Matthew Simpson had the shutout in goal.sunny escort dubai

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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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Kickapoo Chiefs host Camdenton Lakers

Kickapoo Chiefs – 2
Camdenton Lakers – 1
In a hard fought battle, the two Conference rivals went toe-to-toe and both came away disappointed tonight. The Chief’s goals were both scored by junior Skyler Russell as Kickapoo’s new 4-3-3 formation brought them the offensive output needed to win the game. Russell’s first goal was scored in the 25th minute as he moved across from his wing forward position and challenged for a ball. Upon winning it, he quickly turned back before unleashing a 25 yard shot that skipped past the GK’s outstretched arms.

The Laker’s surprised the Chief’s as well, coming out early in the 2nd half and getting a game-tying goal in the 49th minute from senior forward Jeff Moffitt. It stayed knotted at 1-1 as both goal keepers played very well, with junior Ryan Moriarty for the Laker’s making some fine reaction saves in the box including one against Ryan Moses from 6 yards out. Kickapoo’s Chris Tombridge patrolled 40 yards beyond the endline for the Chief’s in blunting several counter-attack efforts by Camdenton as well as a point blank shot by Rayder Bennett.

The game winner was a beauty, scored in the 53rd minute when senior Ryan Moses sent a 50 yard ball into the Laker’s goal box. Russell ran under the ball, shielding the defender as he positioned himself to control the ball. Or so the defender thought, as the left-footed volley blew past the goal keeper from 15 yards out. Russell also attempted a bicycle later, as the Lakers were caught napping on a throw-in, but the keeper responded to the challenge.

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Parkview Vikings – 5
Hillcrest Hornets – 1
Bryce Collier scored unassisted for Hillcrest, earning them the early lead. Parkview came back however with five goals to earn the win. Tim Griffin had 3 and Jared Moore and Vance Marlow each added a goal.

Lebanon Yellowjackets – 2 (PK’s)
West Plains Zizzers – 1
In a game that went to PK’s following two OT’s, the Yellowjackets prevailed at home. Ethan Hunt scored for the Zizzers, #7 for the Yellowjackets – Lebanon Senior Kyle Strief, defender, scored on a header off of a corner, also scored the winning PK.

Rolla Bulldogs – 3
Joplin Eagles – 2
Rolla scored first with a goal from senior Tyler Sinnott. Sinnott, who was assisted by senior Andrew Chism, scored in the first minute of the game. They paired up again in the 22nd minute before Max Duncan got Joplin within one in the 55th and Samuel Yount tied the game. Rolla’s Cody Martin got the game winner in the 65th minute. From the Joplin Globe story:

“Rolla is one of the best teams in the conference,” Miller said. “You have to play with them every minute of the game. We just weren’t there in the first half.”

Meanwhile, the Glendale Falcons were on the road to Kansas City where they are taking part in the Kansas-Missouri Classic where they defeated the Washburn Rural Junior Blues, 2-1. Devon Newport (1G/1A), Ryan Squires (1G), Graham Basecke (1A), Patrick Baltz (1A).arab tranny