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Tuesday Ozark Conference High School Girls Soccer Report

Glendale Falcons vs Rolla Bulldogs – will be played tomorrow at 5pm

Mt View Liberty Eagles – 7
Pleasant Hope Pirates – 3
With only 9 players, the Eagles went out and got the victory last night. While the Coach wanted to forfeit, the Kids said No…. Emmie Vines scored 4 and Shelly Renegar scored 3 for the Eagles. UPDATE – I’ve gotten some private feedback that demands some clarification. Let me say I’m an Eagles fan, I love the fact that the Coach was concerned a player might get hurt playing short-handed BUT was also prepared to support the players choice to play. That’s the kind of team I want to be on!

Parkview Vikings – 8
Hillcrest Hornets – 1
The Vikings got goals from Shelbie Stewart (2), M. Robb, Jessica Maerz (3) and Kelsey Loderhose (2). K Freeman scored for the Hornets.

Joplin Eagles – 3 (PKs)
Lebanon Yellowjackets – 2
The Eagles win in this late season game points to their traditional ability to peak during Districts. Joplin’s Kelsey Sanders scored first with about 17 1/2 minutes left in the first half. Lebanon tied it up about 3 minutes later (#6 Hannah Winkle). With less than 5 minutes left in the first half, Joplin’s Autumn Lewis scored off of a Lauren Copple corner kick to put Joplin ahead 2 to 1 at the half. Lebanon’s # 5 Emily Boyer tied it up again with just over 9 minutes left in the second half. Both overtime periods were scoreless sending the game into PKs. Sorry, I did not note which Lebanon’s players made their PKs. Joplin’s Kelsey Sanders made the first PK. Lebanon scored. Joplin’s second shot went high. Lebanon’s second shot was blocked by Joplin’s goalie. Joplin’s Katelyn Miller scored. Lebanon’s third shooter scored. Joplin’s Autumn Lewis scored. Lebanon’s fourth shot was blocked by the goalie. Joplin’s Stephanie Loden scored to give Joplin the win with a 4 to 3 PK advantage.

Kickapoo Chiefs – 3
Camdenton Lakers – 2
Kickapoo’s Megan Melugin scored all three goals for Kickapoo including one 10 minutes in the first half giving Kickapoo a 1-0 lead through the half. Two minutes into the second half, Camdenton’s Haley Baker scored off a cross tying the score at 1 each. Kickapoo scored twice more and led 3-1 until 13 minutes left in the match when Camdenton’s Stephanie Kirvan scored a goal making it 3-2. Kickapoo outshot Camdenton in a contest that was physical and fun to watch.

Waynesville Tigers – 2
West Plains Zizzers – 0
Erica Combs scores via a PK late in the first half and #16 adds a late goal for the final margin of victory

Nixa Eagles – 0
Ozark Tigers – 1
A battle for the inaugural Central Ozark Conference large school title this season goes to the Tigers who got the game winner from senior Eva Schwert who’s original shot was blocked by goalie Kristin Miller. The rebound fell to Schwert however who buried her second opportunity.

Springfield Catholic – 4
Bolivar Liberators – 1
The Fightin’ Irish earn the COC small school title with their win. Catholic gets two goals from Natalie Smid and two from Bekah Bade. Jonna Welch scored for the Liberators with an amazing 24 yard blast. Catholic goalkeeper Rachel Scott was issued a red card in the 12th minute for handling the ball outside the penalty area.

Willard Tigers – 2 (PKs)
Carthage Tigers – 1
Willard jumped out to a 1-0 lead minutes before the end of the first half, but the Lady Tigers were able to tie it up with less than 10 minutes left in regulation when Patricia Marin, off an assist from Jessica Diaz, found the back of the net. Scoreless overtime led to PK’s, won by Willard. Story in the Carthage Press.

Neosho Wildcats – 4
Branson Pirates – 1
Neosho gets goals from Jackie Field, Melanie White and Shelby. Neva Raschel scored for Branson. Neosho is now 10-7 this season, 3-2 in the COC and will soon be focusing on getting past Joplin for a District title.

Logan-Rogersville Wildcats – 4
Marshfield Blue Jays – 3
A late season upset for the Wildcats, knocking off their Webster-county rivals.

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Caylin Manary, Parkview Vikings

A short visit to the home pitch of the Parkview Vikings on Wednesday afternoon to visit with the team, and in particular junior goalkeeper Caylin Manary. The Vikings have a Varsity roster with only 3 seniors, 5 juniors and 13 sophomores entering the season. I’ll let Caylin tell part of the story:

As befits a goalkeeper, she pointed to junior Jessica Maerz in the midfield and sophomore McKenzi Payton who will anchor the defense. For scoring, the Vikings will call on on jr. Shelby Stewart, probably the fastest forward in the region, and so. Kelsey Loderhose to help the Vikings compete offensively. It’s a solid core with the ability to score which will be necessary in the difficult District 11 lineup. Things were winding down Wednesday when I stopped by but you can see an example of Caylin’s ability, and Jess Maerz, in this short clip.

First game will be at Carthage, on Friday March 27th, against the first year team that will have had a pair of early games against Logan-Rogersville and Branson, also first year teams. The first District game will come the following Tuesday when they face Nixa. w00t!escort service dubai

Sayonara Regular Season

Glendale Falcons at Kickapoo ChiefsGlendale Falcons – 4
Kickapoo Chiefs – 2
The Falcon’s earned their second win of the season over the Chiefs this evening on the strength of a pair of goals in stoppage time at the end of the first half. Both goals were opportunistic, with fortunate bounces in the run of play that were difficult reminders of the challenges the Chiefs have faced this season. The first, the ultimate game-winner, was scored by Falcon’s sophomore Lindsey Sprouse. An attempted clearance was deflected and “Sprousie” picked up the loose ball and went into the box unmarked before burying her shot. Less than a minute later, season assist leader Jeni Frewin found space on the left side and lifted her shot over the on-rushing keeper to the far post for a 2-0 lead.

The Chiefs imposed themselves on the visitors in the second half, only to see senior Rachel Duckworth deny them in the 49th minute when she some how found the length necessary to push the Chief’s shot wide. A minute later freshman McKenna Adams found the crossbar for the second time in the game before setting up senior Katy McLain for a goal in the 51st. Adam’s was a challenge for the Falcon’s all evening and on this occasion as she drew a pair of defenders on her run down the right side, she slid a square ball into the path of McLain’s parallel run down the left. Chiefs within one.

Glendale Falcons at Kickapoo ChiefsThe rivalry always brings the best out in these ladies however and the Falcon’s attacked with renewed energy. Frewin saw her shot in the 57th go off the right upright with goalkeeper Shannon Johnson covering the rebound in the face of a hard challenge. A corner kick in the 64th was somehow sent over the crossbar, Johnson covered another Sprouse breakaway, but in the 68th senior Lorin Opfer buried a corner kick from Emilee Williams to increase the margin yet again.

The Chiefs got a penalty kick goal by senior Chealsey Russell in the 73rd minute after a push in the box. It required two attempts as senior Rachel Duckworth guessed correctly and blocked the initial shot but Russell didn’t miss the rebound opportunity. The final margin came late on yet another corner kick, this time Frewin running onto Emily Cline’s driven ball.

The Chief’s finish the regular season 10-10, losing their last two games but showing a renewed attack with the return of Russell, Blotter and Anderson from injury. Their District 12 opponents should be forewarned. The Falcon’s finish 17-5, 8-1 in the Ozark Conference, and have a group of seniors who remember well both the joy of District victory as sophomores and the disappointment of last years failure in the semifinals. Someone needs to buy some fireworks for the games in Lebanon next week.

Photos slideshow from the game

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Waynesville Tigers – 3 (2 OT)
Nixa Eagles – 2
Reports indicated the Eagles came out and played really well in taking the top-seeded team in the region to two overtime periods. They scored first, in the first half on a direct kick. Waynesville got a pair in the second half, a PK by Katie Pritchard and Lynette Newcomb from Tasha Lord, take the lead. A penalty kick by Nixa tied the score until Pritchard got the game-winner, assist from Erica Combs.

Parkview Vikings – 2
Willard Tigers -0
Goals by Emmy Dale (assist-Shelbie Stewart) and Jessica Maerz (assist-Emmy Dale). Shutout- Caylin Manary

Lebanon Yellowjackets – 10
Central Bulldogs – 0
Senior Abbey Roam scored her first career goal and Emily Boyer returned from illness and scored as well. The Yellowjackets just got tougher in time for Districts.

Rolla Bulldogs – 3
Union Wildcats – 0
Junior Kim Carter netted the first goal on an assist from sophomore Jaclyn Standfast to take the lead in the 8th minute. The Bulldogs also said goodbye to their two seniors, Kaitlin Bramel and Anne Drallmeier.

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Waynesville Tigers Continue Their Run Through SW Region

Waynesville Tigers at Springfield Catholic Fightin' IrishWaynesville Tigers – 4
Springfield Catholic2 3
It was an offensive battle at the Irish field Tuesday evening with all of the goals, save one, scored in the first half. Catholic’s dynamic freshman forward Shelby Hatz, assisted by Rachel Herron, gave the home team their only advantage on the evening in the 7th minute. Katie Pritchard, assisted by Erica Combs, tied the game after hitting the upright twice prior. In the final 15 minutes of the half, Natascha Lord scored when she buried her second chance, after Rachel Scott some how parried her initial blast. Carsen Baron, working hard on the right side, made the needed run to be in position at the far post when Hatz put a square ball across the face of the goal. Pritchard got the game winner in stoppage time however when she won a 50/50 ball outside the box. Her quick shot slipped inside the near upright and Tigers went to half time with the lead.

The second half saw Catholic put significant pressure on the Tigers, with the best opportunity coming in the 65th minute, only to see Crystal Hutchinson get her fingers on the shot from the right side, tipping the ball up and off the crossbar. The Tigers put the game away on a late corner kick, Lord putting one of her fine balls to the far post where midfielder Erica Combs rose to meet it (pictured). The Irish got within one in stoppage time when Natalie Smid put away the rebound of a shot deflected by Hutchinson on Maddy Renner’s cross. Renner was tireless Tuesday night, making run after run into the offensive end from her midfield position, with balls from Parker, Bailes, Smid and her sister Ronnie offering a regular attacking option.

Congratulations to Katie Pritchard on setting the Class 2 state record with her 168th and 169th career goals.
Photo Slideshow from the game Photos will follow tomorrow afternoon, I’ve got a business meeting in the morning I’m still preparing for.

Helias Crusaders – 3
Rolla Bulldogs – 2
Trailing 3-1 for most of the second half, RHS got a goal from sophomore Olivia Cox with 12 minutes to play and then pressured Helias for most of the time thereafter (via the Rolla Daily News)

Glendale Falcons – 5
Camdenton Lakers – 1.
Falcon’s get goals from Lorin Opfer, Katie Brewer, Emily Jordan, Jeni Frewin and Emily Cline. Megan Manzer scored for Camdenton.

Bolivar Liberators – 2
Marshfield Jays – 0
Freshman Jonna Welch scored a goal in each half for the Liberators.

Parkview Vikings – 2
Joplin Eagles – 1
Shelby Stewart got a pair for the Vikings, one in each half, bracketing Rachel Lazenby’s goal for Joplin.
Stewart’s game winner came in OT.

Ozark Tigers – 2
Lebanon Yellowjackets – 0
The Tigers got their x shutout of the season on the strength of goals by Alicia Collard and Megan Gunnels.

Willard Tigers – 1 (PKs)
Nixa Eagles – 0
The Tigers nipped the Eagles in a penalty kick shootout, 3-1

Greenwood Blue Jays – 2 (OT)
McAuley Warriors – 1
Maddie Esther, assisted by Shaylyn Boyle, scored in the second half to give the Jays the initial lead. The Warriors Sam Graham scored to tie the game with the Jay’s getting the OT golden goal from Liza Salisbury.escorts directory

Friday Game Reports

Rolla Bulldogs – 2
West Plains Zizzers – 0
Olivia Cox and Ellen Spooner combined to give the Bulldogs their 4th straight Conference win. Cox scored the game-winner in the 4th minute from Spooner’s assist and returned the favor in the 11th when Spooner scored for the final margin. 10 minutes into the 2nd half the game was called due to weather conditions. Adrian Pogue recorded her 8th shutout of the season. The Bulldogs move to 6-2 in the Ozark Conference.

Ozark Tigers – 5
Parkview Vikings
– 1
The occasional cold downpour did not slow down the Ozark Lady Tigers as they cruised to a 5-1 victory over the Lady Vikings from Parkview in a key district 12 match. Goals by Megan Jenisch and Britain Roberts gave Ozark a 2-0 lead at the half. Erica Hogan extended the lead to 3 before the Vikings Shelbie Stewart converted a penalty kick. Brittany Matthew’s and Mollie Killion completed the scoring for the Tigers. Ozark’s record stands at 13-2-1 and their next game will be at Kickapoo on Monday. The winner will be the probable #1 see in the upcoming District 12 playoffs.escort agency in dubai