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This Week in Southwest Missouri High School Soccer

This time next week we’ll be ready to start thinking about September in the past tense, the season is progressing quickly. Three weeks into the season, with six to play, and some interesting battles are developing.

Tuesday will feature Joplin visiting Glendale. The Eagles should be considered the favorite in District 12 and a game against Glendale is always a good measuring stick.

Across town there will be an important District 11 game as Parkview visits Kickapoo. The Vikings are 6-1 with their only loss a 1-0 shutout at Glendale. The Chiefs are coming off their big win at Chaminade. This one could determine the #2 seed in Districts. Big game!

Thursday the Bolivar Classic begins, with Greenwood, New Covenant, Clinton, Marshfield and Warrensburg all participating in this round robin event that will finish on Saturday.

There’s also a full slate of Ozark Conference games to consider on Tuesday and Thursday and I’m going to have to figure out where things stand in the Central Ozark Conference as well. Coach Schmitt is doing his usual exemplary effort maintaining an Ozark Conference standings and the Class 2 District 5 information. Anyone aware of a COC standings sheet?

The college slate is very interesting, enough so that I’ll have a separate story Tuesday. Mark down Wednesday night’s men’s game at Drury now though. The Missouri Southern Lions are visiting, the game will be played at Harrison Stadium at 7:00 pm. There are 8 local boys between the two teams getting regular playing time. We should represent as well!

Some stories from last week worth pointing to as well:
Anne Prenger (Catholic 2008) and her UMSL Triton teammates got their first win Sunday. It was also Anne’s first start.

The Rolla Daily News caught up with Tyler SinnottMulti-sport star Sinnott sets new standard for Bulldog boys’ soccer

Mike Howard has seen a lot of good goal scorers during his stint as Rolla High School boys’ soccer head coach. In fact, he’s seen pretty much all of them, considering he’s been the Bulldog head coach for 17 of the program’s 18 years. And Tyler Sinnott stands No. 1.

And a shout out to the Neosho Wildcats, new COC members who got their first ever Conference win last week. Cody Thorn of the Neosho Daily News offers a great story

It was something in the making for 24 years now — a conference victory. Without a conference for 23 years of their existence, the Neosho Wildcats soccer team made history Thursday night.

And as we enter the new week, I’m about to hang it up regarding The Magazine. I haven’t managed the writing and editing process very well, and real life is intruding, with bills to pay and clients to take care of. I’m typing this at 11 pm Sunday night after another weekend of struggle balancing the demands. It will probably take me another day or two to come to grips with the reality that I’ve failed on this one. Formal announcement to come 🙁

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9/16 Southwest Missouri High School Soccer Report

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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This Week in Southwest Missouri Soccer

Lot’s to get caught up on. First a few shout outs!

Congratulations to the Branson Pirates who won the first game in program history. Their tightly fought match against the Webb City Cardinal’s at this weekends Christian County Tournament ended 3-2 in their favor. Photos courtesy of a Carthage Tiger’s fan who was in attendance.

Speaking of tournaments, the Glendale Falcon’s won the Missouri-Kansas Challenge, going 3-0 while defeating Rural Washburn 2-1 (Kansas Class 6 4th place last season), North Kansas City High School 2-1 and Blue Valley North (Kansas Class 6 State Champs last season) in the Finals 2-0.

The Hickman Kewpies visited Rolla and took the Invitational Tourney title via goal differential, that despite the fact that Tyler Sinnott continues his early season form. Sinnott became Rolla’s all-time scoring leader over the weekend, with 91 career goals, having scored 15 in Rolla’s first 5 games this season. The old record was 87 held by Stephen Williams.

And can’t forget the Missouri State Bears who’s defense came together this weekend, tying #2 Akron 0-0 in their game on Sunday afternoon, and winning the Nike Tournament at New Mexico with a 1-0-1 record. BTW, anyone else annoyed by the video highlight I have to turn off on the MSU Bears website?

And how about them Panther’s eh. Good start to the GLVC season and Steve Wilczewski (Glendale 2006, pictured) is the Male Athlete of the Week for the Panthers. 3 goals and an assist this weekend, 5 goals for the season leads the Panthers. UPDATE – Wilczewski is also the GLVC Player of the Week. W00t!

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OK, onto the week. I’m looking forward to seeing some new High Schools this week as the season progresses and some trends begin to display themselves.
Monday – Willard at Central, Waynesville at Catholic
Tuesday – Rolla at Parkview
Wednesday – West Plains at Central
and more details later, so much to take in!

The Missouri State Bears host Valparaiso on Friday night at Plaster.

And Champions League returns to ESPN this week. Tomorrow features Chelsea FC vs. FC Bordeaux (1:30 pm, ESPN2)from Stamford Bridge while Wednesday will be Real Madrid CF vs. FC Bate Borisov from the Bernabeu (4:00 pm, ESPN Classic)

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9/9 Ozark Conference High School Soccer Report

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

News-Leaders Names All-Ozark Soccer Squad

Now that it feels like winter again, it’s time for the All-Ozark squad from the News-Leader. (to be continued once I get time to update it from Wednesday’s paper) Updated, with corrections noted

Kyler Temple (Kickapoo, Sr. forward)
The Chiefs’ explosive forward played some of his best soccer as Kickapoo made a trip to Columbia Fenton. Temple — headed to Drury — ended the season with 14 goals and four assists.

Stuart Ziegler
(West Plains, Sr. forward)
Ziegler led the Zizzers up front with a team-high 25 goals. His speed was disruptive to opposing defenses as he created other goal-scoring opportunities with 17 assists.

Devon Newport (Glendale, Jr. forward)
Exciting to watch, Newport dazzled Falcon fans with footwork and finishing skills. The junior Falcon finished with 20 goals and 14 assists.

Justin Scicluna (West Plains, Sr. midfielder)
Scicluna scored some amazing goals from the midfield position, while creating chances for others. He finished his senior season with 20 goals and 17 assists.

Ryan Toombs (Bolivar, Sr. midfielder)
Toombs was a second team all-state selection, using his length to reach for balls and control the middle of the field. He finished with 26 goals and 14 assists.

Heath Melugin (Kickapoo, Sr. midfielder)
The Chiefs had final four vision from the opening kick, and Melugin — heading to Missouri State — was the centerpiece. The first-team all-state selection scored an astonishing 55 goals, and also led the team with 25 assists.

Kam Maddy (Rolla, Sr. midfielder)
Maddy was an ever-present force in the middle for the Bulldogs, and was second on the team with 14 assists.

Tanner Roberts (Bolivar, Sr. defender)
He was the Southwest Region defensive player of the year for the second year in a row, as well as grabbing his second all-state nod as a senior.

Ryan Squires (Glendale, Jr. defender)
The Falcons’ senior junior sweeper anchored Glendale’s defense with hard tackles, and always going strong to balls in the air.

Zack Hay (Kickapoo, Sr. defender)
A second-team all-state selection, Hay was the Chiefs’ defensive sweeper. Heading to University of Missouri-Rolla Missouri Science & Technology (formerly UMR), he also scored eight goals and dished five assists from the back.

Patrick McCarthy (Glendale, Sr. goalkeeper)
Glendale’s senior keeper had 13 shutouts, and showed consistency throughout his senior campaign, with a keen knowledge of reading the game.

Second team
F – Tyler Sinnott, Rolla (Jr)
F – Ryan Schlichtman, Cassville (Sr)
MF – Rob Curtis, Ozark (Sr)
MF – Max Duncan, Joplin (So)
MF – Justin Rogers, Glendale (Sr)
MF – T.J. Martin, Webb City (Sr)
D – Tyler McElroy, Glendale (Sr)
D – Carter McKay, Central (Sr)
D – Lane Chapman, Kickapoo (Jr)
D – Will Griffin, Parkview (Sr)
GK – Adam Legg, Kickapoo (Sr)dubai incall escorts