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Rolla Bulldogs, Jason Howard (2011)

Missouri High School Soccer, Class 3 Central Region Honors

As determined by the Missouri High School Soccer Coaches Association, this list reflects Districts 9 and 10. District champions in 2010 were Rock Bridge and Rolla.

2010 Boys Class 3 Central Region
Player of the Year – Nick Anglen, Jefferson City
Offensive Player of the Year – Jason Howard, Rolla
Defensive Player of the Year – Danny Baird, Rock Bridge
Goalkeeper of the Year – Brady Wulff, Rock Bridge
Coach of the Year – Kyle Austin, Rock Bridge

Brady Wulff, GK – Sr, Rock Bridge
Gehrig Haberstock, D – Sr, Waynesville
Dylan York, D – Sr, West Plains
Danny Baird, D – Sr, Rock Bridge
Tanner Bone, D – Jr, Rock Bridge
Nick Anglen, MF – Sr, Jeff City
Tommy Lor, MF – Sr, Smith Cotton
David Drewniak, MF – Sr, Rolla
Jeron Sinclair, F – Sr, Camdenton
Jason Howard, F – Sr, Rolla
Rayder Bennett, F – Sr, Camdenton
Matt Kelly, F – Jr, Rock Bridge
Tyler Luebbert, F – Jr, Jeff Citydubai hookers

Class 3 District Playoffs – Willard & Central Advance

District 11 opened play on Saturday with #3 Nixa advancing to play #2 Glendale on Wednesday while #4 Ozark will face off against #1 Kickapoo in the other semifinal. Semifinals are Wednesday, Final is scheduled for Friday. All games at Greenwood Stadium Field at the Cooper Soccer Complex.

C3 D12: Joplin is hosting District 12 with the first round tonight.
#4 Central Bulldogs – 9
#5 Webb City Cardinals – 1
Kyle Handley scored for Webb City.

#3 Willard Tigers – 5
#6 Neosho Wildcats – 2
The Tigers scored 3 unanswered goals in the 2nd half to get past the Wildcats

The winner of this District will face District 11 in the November 9th Sectional. Semifinals are Wednesday, Final Friday.

C3 D10: West Plains hosts. They advanced to the semifinal with a win on Saturday.
#1 Rolla Bulldogs – 3
#4 West Plains Zizzers – 0
Goals by Aaron Froelich(42nd), Kory Carter (46th), and Christopher Wharton (76th)

#2 Camdenton Lakers – 2
#3 Waynesville Tigers – 1
Goals – Waynesville Connor Smith (47th), Camdenton Rayder Bennett (49th), Jeron Sinclair (61st)

District winner, to be determined Wednesday, faces District 9 winner in the November 9th Sectional. The Sectional winner plays the Quarterfinal against the D11/D12 winner on November 13th.

C3 D9: Sedalia Smith-Cotton is the host and advanced to the semifinals with a win Saturday.
#1 Rock Bridge Bruins – 2
#4 Smith-Cotton – 0

#2 Hickman Kewpies – 0
#3 Jefferson City Jays – 1
The Kewpies, who finished 4th in the State last season, fall in the District semifinals.

The District final Wednesday will feature Rock Bridge vs Jefferson City.female scorts

Crocker Lions

Sep 29th Games

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Richland Bears – 2
Crocker Lions – 7
at Richland, the Lions got goals from Jessie Tart(2), Austin Rogers (2), Teddy Zeigenbein, Sawyer Brown and Cory Porter

Camdenton Lakers – 2
Helias Catholic Crusaders – 1
at Camdenton HS, the Laker’s goals were scored by Robbie Hoffman, a penalty kick, and by Kyler Moore (Sal Laferla assist). Helias scored their only goal with 5:00+ left. Rumor has it that Rayder Bennett is once again on the pitch and his recovery is complete.

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10/6 Southwest Region High School Soccer Reports

Camdenton Lakers – 5
Marshfield Blue Jays – 1
Marshfield scored first about ten minutes in on #23’s one-time shot. The Laker’s got goals by Nate Buttram and Rayder Bennett to go up 2-1 before halftime. Three goals in the second: two by Drew Whitney and one by Rayder Bennett.

Nixa Eagles – 1
Willard Tigers – 0

Greenwood Blue Jays – 3
Ozark Tigers – 0
Hawken Thieme records his 7th shutout of the year as Greenwood improves to 12-5

Monett Cubs –
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9/22 Southwest Missouri High School Soccer Report

Camdenton Lakers host Sedalia Smith-Cotton

Camdenton Lakers – 7
Sedalia Smith-Cotton – 1
In a game that indicates how strong the competitive juices flow between these teams, despite the move out of District 9 by Camdenton, these Central Missouri squads went at each other hard from the opening kick off. After seeing the Lakers a 2nd time now this season, the key element I see is a willingness across the entire team to go to the ball and challenge every play. It’s like watching a high-pressure EPL game as they force their opponents to play quickly or defend their attack.

The Laker’s got the lead in the 18th minute from a corner kick when #2 Drew Whitney, redirected the ball that fell to him and just over the outreached arms of the goalkeeper. Smith-Cotton thought they had tied the game in the 32nd minute only to see the goal called back for offsides.

I headed home at halftime, having stopped on the way home from a business meeting in Columbia. The second half featured a hat trick by Rayder Bennett, a brace from Jeff Moffitt and one by Nate Buttrum.

Sedalia graduated 10 starters on last years District Championship team but have a pair of talented midfielders leading the way. We’ll check back in on District 9 later this season.

New Covenant Academy Warriors – 5
Thomas Jefferson – 1

Greenwood Blue Jays – 2 (PKs)
Bolivar Liberators – 1
Greenwood would dominate the first half of play even though the Liberators got on the board first when Bradley Stillwagon finished an assist from Matt Magana. Greenwood would tie the game with six minutes to go in the first half. No more goals in regulation, with the Jay’s getting the win on the 4th PK.

Carthage Tigers – 10
Aurora Houn ‘Dawgs – 0
Carthage goals by Phillip Devillers (3), Cole Beckham (2), Joe Curti (2), Lorenzo Salas, Christian Solis and Jose Lopez.

Cassville Wildcats – 10
Columbus (KS) – 2
Five goals were scored in each half. Luis Ortega had three goals, and Justin Mills and Bryan Schroeder both had two goals. Other goal scorers were Matt Angel, Matt Frazier and Otto Franco. Schroeder also had three assists for the night.

Monett Cubs – 1
Willard Tigers – 0
The Cub’s avenge their loss this weekend at the hands of the Tigers, who won by a similar margin en route to winning the Cub’s Tournament.

Crocker Lions
– 4 (2 OT)
Belle – 3
Goals scored by Sophomore Jessie Tart (2), Freshman Teddy Zeigenbein (1) and the OT goal was scored by Tjalling Bosker

Nixa Eagles – 4
Marshfield Blue Jays – 2

Kickapoo Chiefs – 4
Branson Pirates – 0
Goals by Brock Ruggeri, Skyler Russell, Spencer Price, Mike Anderson. Assists by Ian Kennedy, Tyler Bennett.

Carl Junction Bulldogs – 2
Neosho Wildcats – 1
The Bulldogs led 2-0 at the half after goals by Stefan Klute, unassisted, and Logan Landis on a penalty kick. Jordan Blevins scored on a penalty kick for Neosho in the 62nd for the final margin. mistress in dubai