After going a disappointing 0-3 in the Branson Tournament April 20-21, the Marshfield High School girls soccer team had three consecutive shutout victories Monday, April 23, against New Covenant Academy (postponed from March 27, Tuesday, April 24, against Aurora and Thursday, April 26, again…
In a match against a district opponent, the Logan-Rogersville girls soccer team scored six goals in the first half on their way to defeating the Aurora Lady Houn’ Dawgs, 9-0 last Tuesday at home.
After picking up a 1-0 win against Lutheran St. Charles on penalty kicks in the Parkview Tournament over the weekend, the Logan-Rogersville High School girls soccer team played its second straight overtime game, this time falling in a 1-0 loss against the Webb City Lady Cardinals Monday night.
Junior Leiken Barter scored the lone goal in the Marshfield High School girls soccer team’s 1-0 win over the Hillcrest Lady Hornets Monday night off a penalty kick 10 minutes into the second half.
The Marshfield High School boys soccer team saw its season end with a 6-0 loss in Monday’s Class 3 District 9 semifinal against top-seeded Rolla. The loss to the 21-4 Bulldogs ends the Blue Jays’ season with a 10-13-1 final ledger.
The Logan-Rogersville High School boys soccer team saw the curtain fall on its season last Tuesday, Oct. 17, in the final round of the Class 2 District 12 tournament. After seeing Monett build a 4-0 lead by halftime, the Wildcats fell to the Cubs by an eventual score of 6-1.
Junior goalkeeper Noah Haberer could have pulled up a desk in front of the net, completed all of his homework for the week and maybe even caught a little siesta.
In Monday night’s district semifinal matchup, the Logan-Rogersville High School boys soccer team defeated the Aurora Houn’ Dawgs 2-1 to advance to Tuesday’s district championship game against the Monett Cubs.
Sometimes, you come up against a really good team and sometimes, you come up against a really hot team. Sometimes, you have to play against a team that’s a little of both. That was the situation for the Logan-Rogersville High School boys soccer team Monday night.
After jumping out to an early 2-0 lead, the Marshfield high school boys soccer team tacked on three more first-half goals on their way to a 6-1 win Monday night over the New Covenant Academy Warriors.
The Logan-Rogersville boys soccer team has been on a solid run the past two weeks, finishing two tournaments and two regular scheduled games with a combined 6-2 record. That raises the Wildcats’ season ledger to 10-5.
Junior midfielder Jarrett Meyer shoots a kick between the wickets of both the Logan-Rogersville defender and goalkeeper for Marshfield's first goal in their Sept. 12 matchup. The Wildcats had built a 3-0 lead by early in the second half, when Meyer got his goal. The Blue Jays were able to cl…
The Marshfield High School boys soccer team enjoyed its best success of the young 2017 season the weekend of Aug. 31-Sept. 2 at the Header Warrior Classic tournament, hosted by New Covenant Academy. The Blue Jays notched shutout wins over Hillcrest (9-0) and Cassville (4-0) before playing ho…
For nearly 60 minutes — three quarters of the match — the Marshfield High School soccer team held Springfield Catholic, a perennial power in the region, scoreless in their match on Tuesday, Aug. 29, in Marshfield. In fact, with 21:01 left in the match, the Blue Jays held a 1-0 lead.
The Logan-Rogersville girls soccer team had a lot of momentum going for it heading into its Tuesday night, May 16, matchup with Springfield Catholic for the championship of Class 2 District 10 at Springfield Catholic. The Lady Cats had an 11-1-1 record since April 10, with their only loss co…
The Marshfield High School girls soccer team had a season full of close losses and near misses. Their May 16 district semifinal matchup against the Parkview Lady Vikings was no different, as the Lady Jays lost by a razor-thin 1-0 margin.
Freshman Sophia Nixon broke two school records Saturday as the Logan-Rogersville High School girls soccer team outmatched the Monett Lady Cubs, 10-0, in district play.
With just a few short weeks left before graduation, Marshfield High School senior Nate Hartman made it official April 21, signing his National Letter of Intent to attend and play soccer at Drury University in Springfield. Above, Hartman (pictured with his mom, Karen Hartman, at right, and co…