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Kickapoo Soccer Alums Face Off in US Open Cup Tuesday

Dane Kelly, Charleston Battery, tangles with Skyler Russell, Orlando City, as they scramble for the ball at Blackbaud Stadium on May 28, 2014.

The Lamar Hunt US Open Cup has reached the fourth round and it offers a tasty morsel for fans of Springfield Soccer and more specifically, the Kickapoo Chiefs. Tuesday night the Portland Timbers of Major League Soccer will host the Orlando City U23 PDL squad. Orlando City advanced by beating the Charleston Battery of USL Pro.


It’s like the St Louis Cardinal’s facing their Single A team, that had to beat the Springfield Cardinals to advance in the tournament. The Top Division in US Soccer, Major League Soccer, facing a Fourth Division team from the Professional Development League (PDL), made up primarily of college players in a Summer League. The college player is Skyler Russell, the pro Jack Jewsbury. Continue reading “Kickapoo Soccer Alums Face Off in US Open Cup Tuesday”

U17 Girls St Louis Scott Gallagher, Jan 2011

Molly Brewer Headed To Nationals

U17 Girls St Louis Scott Gallagher, Jan 2011
U17 Girls St Louis Scott Gallagher, Jan 2011
Molly Brewer (Glendale 2012), last seen suffering a knee injury while clearing Megan Melugin’s shot off the line in OT during the Falcon’s loss to Kickapoo in the District 12 semifinals in May, has fully recovered. Molly and her teammates on St. Louis Scott Gallagher became the second National League team to earn a spot in the 2011 US Youth Soccer National Championships as they claimed the U-17 Girls Blue Championship Sunday in Florida.

Molly (2nd from left, front row in the photo) scored the lone Scott Gallagher goal in the 40th minute of the teams first match in Orlando, usually the most important game of any tournament. The 1-0 win, combined with another shutout win in the 2nd game, meant their 0-0 tie in the third game of the tournament, guaranteed their spot in the National Tournament in July.

The US Youth Soccer National League competition is for the nation’s top teams in the Under-15, Under-16 and Under-17 boys and girls age groups. The National League offers additional exposure to collegiate, professional and U.S. National Team coaches and offers top notch competition. National League teams earn slots via success in the US Youth Soccer Regional Leagues and the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series.

The 2011 US Youth Soccer National Championships are being held in Phoenix July 26-31. Congratulations to Molly. She joins Chelsea and Skyler Russell as players from this region to compete at Nationals. Chelsea was a member of the U15 National Champions with St Louis SC in 2006. filipino escort in dubai

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

Charles Renken Signs With 1899 Hoffenheim

Scott Gallagher SC vs St Louis SC - Jun 12 U14 Soccer by Ives has reported that former Scott Gallagher player Charles Renken has signed with German-side 1899 Hoffenheim

Two of the best players in the U.S. national team youth system will be taking their development to Europe.

ESPN.com’s Justin Rodriguez is reporting that Charles Renken and Joseph Gyau will be joining the 1899 Hoffenheim youth academy. The story mentions multi-year contracts for both, but it should be noted that FIFA bylaws do not permit players younger than 18 to sign binding professional contracts outside of their home countries.

The agreement will mean that Gyau and Renken will split time between the Hoffenheim academy and the Vancouver Whitecaps residency school for the next year.

Gyau, 16, and Renken, 15, are two of the best players on the current U.S. Under-17 national team and have been hotly pursued by several European clubs.

Charles, pictured above playing in Springfield as part of the 2006 Missouri State Cup, was a 12 year old playing as a member of the U14 State Championship squad in 2006 that included Skyler Russell, who is a senior at Kickapoo and will play at Syracuse next year AND Jordan Pitts, a senior goalkeeper at Glendale. Skyler is center row, 3rd from left while Jordan is top row, far right.

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Physical? Check. Insurance Form? Check? High School Practice – Only A Week Away?!!

If you haven’t been keeping an eye on the countdown timer, than Monday August 10th will sneak up fast. A week from Monday High School sports will begin in the state. If your son, or daughter, are playing Fall sports there are a few items that need to be in place. You’ve got next week to complete them so your child can be on the pitch from the beginning.

1. A completed physical form.
2. A completed proof of insurance form.
3. Completed citizenship form.

By the way, the video is from Thursday nights 8v8 Kick Around at Kickapoo High School. The Chiefs, Falcons and Ozark Tigers were playing a series of 30 minute games with each school fielding a pair of teams. Two of the Chief’s 3 seniors this year are shown, with Skyler Russell bringing the ball down the left side with a square ball to Ian Kennedy who’s one-timer is blocked by senior Jordan Pitt, with the goal line save coming from senior Brandon Baum. Feels like mid-season already!hotel room sex