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Glendale Falcons Hold First Ever Alumni Game

A large group gathered Sunday evening on the freshly mowed and lined Glendale pitch for the 1st Annual Alumni game, organized by 2004 graduate Maddy Senkowski. With representation from the class of 1992 to 2010, the game pulled a group that put a smile on Coach Jeff Rogers face as he prepares to begin his 21st year at Glendale.

I’ll try and name as many as I can. Feel free to leave a comment or send me a note using the Contact form with more details.

Back row: Clay Mason, Adam Benton, Jake Meyers, John Reinart, Bryan Horton, Ian Newport, Josh Hunt, Justin Rogers, Brandon Baum, Ryan Frewin, Stephen Conner, Danny Collins, Taylor Hutchens, Todd Buzbee, Jacob Basecke, Ryan Frierson, Andrew Parsons, Josh Keisker, Brian Henderson, Brik Wilson.
Middle: Devon Newport, Chris Pellham, Michael Nesbitt, Ryan Sanders, Ian Shipps.
Front row: Lorin Opfer, Lindsey Sprouse, Maddie Senkosky, Ben Brixey, Ryan Partch, Jamie Keisker, Jamey McLean, Katie Starcke, Kristy Ward, Jeff Rogers

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10/7 Southwest Region High School Soccer Report

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

Thursday Game Reports – Carlos Reyes Scores Branson Pirates First Goal

Cassville Wildcats – 10
Branson Pirates – 2
The Wildcats opened the defense of their District title with senior Uziel Franco netting 6 goals. Bryan Schroder, BJ Mcguffey and Nashe Lugeanbeal all scored as well. The Pirates first ever Varsity match included a pair of goals, both scored on set pieces, by Garegin Elchyn and Carlos Reyes with Marcelo Romero earning an assist. The historic first goal? Carlos Reyes scored on a header off of a beautifully served free kick from Marcello Romero

Carthage Tigers – 2
Carl Junction Bulldogs – 0
The Bulldogs open the season on their new artificial surface but Carthage doesn’t cooperate. The first half was a back and forth game and scoreless. The first goal came via a corner kick by Christian Solis, headed in by Joe Curti. The second goal was a PK by Cole Beckham after Matt Robinson was pulled down in the box. The Carthage Press offers more.

Glendale Falcons – 4
Ozark Tigers – 1
The Falcon’s spoil Ozark’s home opener on the new artificial pitch while opening with two wins in District 11. Goals were scored by Hunter Horton, Devon Newport, Alec Martinez and Ryan Partch for the Falcons. The Tigers goal was scored by Zach Moore late in the 1st half when the Tigers were down 0-3.

Waynesville Tigers – 3
Sullivan – 0
Sullivan’s defense held until the 69th minute when Brandon Kilthau scored for the Tigers, assisted by Ben Moore. They got two more, from Eric Iverson in the 70th via a corner from Kyle
Varner and Patrick Sweetsir, from Chris Beaudioun in the 77th.
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Region II Tourney Update – Springfield SC Win First Game

Good news from Rockford where the U17 boys won their opening game on Saturday 4-0 over the FC Barrington squad from Illinois making their club’s first ever visit to Regionals. Goals were scored by Ryan Partch, Bryce Collier, Ian Kennedy and Devon Newport, continuing the broad-based scoring model that has gotten them this far.

Sunday’s opponent is the KC Wizards Juniors who defeated Northwest Indiana FC by a 6-1 score, making the game the key to moving out of the group on Tuesday.

Scott Gallagher, who qualified via Midwest Regional play, tied Bangu (MN) 1-1 in their opening group game.

Two-time regional champion (2003, 2005) and 2005 national champion (Under-15 Girls), St. Louis Soccer Club Under-18 Girls defeated Javanon (KY) 2:1. I think they are playing without All-Star Chealsey Russell (Kickapoo/Rice) who was injured in the State Final last week.

Under 13B (OS) WORTHINGTON UTD BLUE 0 – (MO) SCOTT GALLAGHER 0
Under 14B (MO) LOU FUSZ SC GOLD 0 – (IN)CARMEL UNITED ACADEMY 0
Under 15B (MO) SCOTT GALLAGHER 3 – (KS) BVSC STARS CRUZ AZUL 1
Under 16B (MO) SCOTT GALLAGHER 0 – (IN) FC PRIDE PREMIER 3
Under 18B (MO) SCOTT GALLAGHER 4 – (MRL2-WI) MYSC 1
Under 19B (SD) SD UNITED 1 – (MO) SCOTT GALLAGHER 2

Under 13G (MO) ST. LOUIS SC 0 – (IL) ECLIPSE SELECT 0
Under 14G (MRL1-IL) SOCKERS FC 1 – (MO) KC SELECT SCREAM 1
Under 15G (WI) FC MILWAUKEE BLUE 2 – (MO) ST. LOUIS SC 1
Under 16G (MO) ST. LOUIS SC 0 – (IL) ECLIPSE SELECT 3
Under 17G (KS) KCFC IMPACT 2 – (MO) ST. LOUIS SC 1
Under 19G (MO) J B MARINE 1 – (KS) KC COLLEGE SELECT 1
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Springfield SC U17 State Champions – Video Highlights


Springfield SC vs Lou Fusz Popovic – U17 Missouri State Soccer Final from oleolson on Vimeo.

Got it done Sunday afternoon when I should have been outside or at least getting something productive done 🙂

PRESS RELEASE
Springfield S.C. U-17 Boys Claim Back to Back MYSA State Cup Championships

Springfield Soccer ClubThe Springfield Soccer Club 90/91 (Under 17) Boys claimed their second consecutive Missouri Youth Soccer Association State Cup Championship by defeating Lou Fusz-Popovic in penalty kicks 5-4 at the Scott Gallagher Soccer Complex in St. Louis, MO May 10th. By winning the MYSA State Cup Championship the team has earned the right to represent Missouri at the US Youth Soccer Region II Championships in Rockford, IL June 20-25, 2008. Sixteen teams will compete in pool play to determine the Regional Champion and advance to the US Youth Soccer National Championships July 22-27, 2008 in North Little Rock, AR.

The MYSA Championship game was a tightly contested affair with Springfield S.C. 90/91 taking the early lead off a Ryan Moses free kick from the top of the eighteen yard box. Moses delicately bent the ball over the wall into the upper ninety of the goal. Minutes later Lou Fusz would answer to make the game even at 1-1. A thirty minute lightning delay extended the first half and the game remained tied 1-1 going into halftime. The second half saw opportunities for both teams with Springfield S.C. 90/91 having a few good looks at the goal.

Still tied at the conclusion of regular time the game went into two fifteen overtime periods. Having the better of play during overtime Springfield S.C. 90/91 was unable to find a goal. The game then went to penalty kicks where both teams made three of their five kicks, forcing the game into golden goal penalty kicks. Both teams made their first kick and Springfield S.C. 90/91 made their second attempt, while Lou Fusz missed their second one and that secured the MYSA State Cup Championship for Springfield S.C. 90/91.

Having achieved their second MYSA State Cup Championship the team is now looking forward to improving their 2007 Semi-Finalist status at Regionals. “Without a doubt this victory was a tremendous statement by the players. They have stayed committed during the past several months at it paid off today. It was a total team effort, but when it got to penalty kicks Christopher Tombridge our goalkeeper took over.” said Cory Carr Head Coach.

Team members include; Christopher Tombridge (Kickapoo), Steven Curti (Carthage), Ryan Squires (Glendale), Blake Aggus (Joplin), Tyler Bennett (Kickapoo), Ryan Partch (Glendale), Caleb Collier (Kickapoo), Matt Medley (Parkview), Ian Newport (Glendale), Devon Newport (Glendale), Grant Bollig (Lebanon), Ian Kennedy (Kickapoo), Graham Basecke (Glendale), Mason Morawitz (Hickman), Brock Ruggeri (Kickapoo), Ryan Moses (Kickapoo), Tim Griffin (Parkview), Bryce Collier (Hillcrest). The team is coached by Cory Carr and Jeremy Alumbaugh.

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