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Gehrig Haberstock, Waynesville (2011)

Gehrig Haberstock Named to All-Region 2nd Team at Harding

Gehrig Haberstock, Waynesville (2011)
Gehrig Haberstock, Waynesville (2011)
Harding men’s soccer had three players named Daktronics All-Central Region on Tuesday. Senior Rhon Royer was a 1st Team defender, and senior midfielder Jackson Savage and sophomore defender Gehrig Haberstock were named to the 2nd Team.

Haberstock, who hails from Waynesville, Mo., started 13 games this season. As a freshman, he started 18 games while playing 1,500 minutes (4th on the team). He assisted on Harding’s lone goal vs. Northeastern State (9/3/2011).

A 2011 graduate of Wanesville, he was a two-time team captain, two-time All-Region, three-time All-District and All-Conference and 2009 District Co-Defensive Player of the Year. He played for Springfield SC as a sweeper.

Royer started all 17 games for the Bisons in 2012, and played all but three minutes of the season. He scored one goal on a penalty kick against Fort Hays State. He played 60 games in his Bison career with four goals and one assist.

Savage, a native of Coppell, Texas, started all 17 games and had three goals and three assists.

Rich Heenan Sets Missouri Saves Soccer Record at Crocker

Rich Heenan, Crocker Lions on October 2 upon breaking career saves record with 686. Photo by Ashley Burton.
The Crocker Lions upset the top-seeded Osage Indians Monday night to earn the Class 1 District 9 title. The 3-0 shutout featured goals by Austin Rogers (2) and Chance Davis while keeper Rich Heenan had 10 saves.

For the Lions, a small public school located North of Waynesville, in a town of less than 1500, it marks their 4th district championships in a row, five total along with a Final 4 visit in 2007. All in just 7 seasons of having a soccer program at the school.

An individual record the entire Lion’s program is proud of as well is that of their senior captain, and goalkeeper, Rich Heenan. Rich recently set the Missouri High School soccer Career Saves Record, which the Daily Guide in St Robert captured in early October –

Before Tuesday’s home game against Fair Grove (October 2nd), Crocker’s senior goalkeeper Rich Heenan was on the brink of setting a new state record for career saves – a record held by Waynesville’s Wade Brown since 1991. Sitting idly by at 684 saves before the home match against Fair Grove, Heenan quickly tied the record at 685 before breaking it 14 minutes into the second half. Heenan finished with five total saves in the contest to push the new record to 689.

Crocker won 2-0 as Heenan set the state record in shut out fashion, his twenty-second career shutout.

Boasting a 4.0 grade point average, Rich will graduate at the top of his class in 2013. In his career, Rich has been named to the Mo. All-Central Team twice, earning an overall record of 61-23. And, with nine games left to play, Heenan can only build his saves record into a towering number no goalie may ever match.

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Updating that record, here’s where things stand as of today:
Win-Loss record – 14-10
Shutouts – 5
Saves – 250

2011: 15-12 record, 5 shut outs, 289 saves, Team Defensive MVP, Frisco All-Conference team, All-District, Missouri All-Central Team
2010: 21-4 record, 10 shut outs, 126 saves, Frisco All-Conference team, All-District, Missouri All-Central team
2009: 16-3 record, 3 shut outs, 124 saves, Frisco All-Conference team

His Coach, Kevin Zimmerman, offered the following summary:
Rich has led the Crocker Lions to 3 straight district championships as well as 4 Frisco League regular season championships with 2 Frisco League Tourney championships. Rich as been a leader since he took the starting goal keeper spot in his first game as a freshman. Not many freshman even see the field in District Championship games but Rich took all the pressure and has continued it throughout his career. He is a hard worker and has had to do most of his training by himself since Crocker has never really had another goal keeper since he joined the team and took the spot. Rich’s career total now stands at 789 saves.

Wade Brown from Waynesville has held the record with 685 saves since 1991 (MSHSAA records through 2009).

The Lions now advance to Sectionals where their likely foe will be Sedalia Sacred Heart, or whoever wins District 10. The Quarterfinal foe? Probably Springfield Catholic, the road block for every Class 1 program in Southwest and Central Missouri.


Ozark Conference Soccer

Evan Garrad, Glendale Falcons (2013)
UPDATED – Full schedule this evening with all ten teams playing. Joplin is looking to continue their unbeaten run, they are 2-0 in the Ozark Conference and 5-0 overall, having outscored their opponents 31-0 thus far. Rolla and Glendale open Conference play tonight, with the Bulldogs visiting Parkview and the Falcons hosting Camdenton, the two in-town games for your consideration tonight.

Parkview Vikings – 1
Rolla Bulldogs – 7

Glendale Falcons – 5
Camdenton Lakers – 0
Yamil Ocampo and Nic Bauer scored in the first half to lead the Falcons

Lebanon Yellowjackets – 1
Kickapoo Chiefs – 9
Taylor Pedigo opened the scoring, only to see Lebanon’s Kyle Monnahan tie the score. Aaron Strunk got the game-winner in the first half and the Chiefs had seven different players score.

Waynesville Tigers – 3
West Plains Zizzers – 0
Zizzer Soccer – Waynesville opened the scoring in the 8th minute. Waynesville added a goal from Lucas Cressler in the 20th minute. The score was 2-0 at halftime.

Joplin Eagles – 10
Hillcrest Hornets – 0
Joplin Globe – Ryan Estes got the Eagles on the board at the 6:00 mark when he punched in a corner kick to make it 1-0. Estes added a goal and an assist. Rice finished with two goals for the Eagles. Garrett Ward had two goals and two assists.

The Home Team is listed first. Thanks as always go out to Nick Schmitt of the West Plains Zizzers for maintaining the Ozark Conference standings and archives. More pictures like this are available here. Get your money’s worth, accept no imitators!

Central Lady Bulldogs 2012 District Champions

Central Bulldogs Win District, Face Glendale Tuesday in Sectionals

Central Lady Bulldogs 2012 District Champions
Class 3 District 12 Champions - Central Bulldogs, 2012
Congratulations to the Lady Bulldogs of Central High School who captured their first District soccer championship last week, winning 3-2 against the top-seed Willard Tigers.

The win came in the second overtime of play as the Bulldogs battled back from an 0-2 deficit. Sophomore Aspen Hawkins scored all three of the goals for Central. I’ve included photos from last year’s District semifinal win over Carthage below. Aspen, who is a team captain despite her youth, is #7 in red for those who may be unfamiliar with this dynamo. Who knows, you might even get current photos from the local rag who declared High School soccer is on the rise recently. Let’s hope their actions prove equal to their words…

The team faces off against the Glendale Falcons, the District 11 champions and 3rd place State finishers in 2011, tonight at Harrison Stadium on the Drury University campus. Game time is 6:00 pm.

The winner will advance to Saturday’s Quarterfinal and play the winner of the Columbia Rock Bridge vs Waynesville Tigers Sectional match. That game is being played at 6:00 pm in Waynesville. The next loss for the Bruins will be the final game for their Head Coach, Marc Van Dover, who has announced he is retiring. Excellent article in the Columbia Missourian on Coach Van Dover and the team. The assistant coach is Ann Felts, who starred at Rolla and North Carolina and is also ‘retiring’ as she and her husband are moving to San Antonio this Summer. Ann was featured on this site a few years ago in a top-notch story by Kurt Austin, now with Sporting KC.

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Waynesville Classic Soccer Tourney

The Tigers opened their season yesterday with a win over Class 2 foe St James. The tourney continues with 4 games today.

Friday, March 18 Results

​​Dixon Bulldogs –
Osage Indians –

​Waynesville Tigers – 2
St. James – 0

Saturday, March 19 Schedule

​Dixon Bulldogs –
St. James –

Waynesville Tigers – 9
Osage Indians – 0

Osage Indians –
St. James –

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