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Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
  • Neosho Youth Soccer roundup

  • Four players scored goals as Roger downed Kissell at the Neosho Soccer Fields on Monday.
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  • Monday’s results
    5-6 year old league
    Roger 5, Kissell 2
    Four players scored goals as Roger downed Kissell at the Neosho Soccer Fields on Monday.
    Weston Francisco led Roger with two goals in the game, while Jessery Gutierrez, Everson Tomlinson and Jarentt Breuil scored one apiece.
    Erin Green and Jackson Birner led Kissell offensively as the duo scored one goal each.
    Rodriguez 6, Feagan 0
    Hudson Williams continued to stay hot offensively for Rodriguez this season, as he was all the offense Rodriguez needed as they blanked Feagan. As if one hat trick wasn’t impressive enough, Williams scored the equivalent of two in one game as he poured in all six goals. Joel Hubbard led Rodriguez defensively with three saves.
    Drew Cobb was the defensive leader for Feagan as he turned in seven saves.
    Bartley 4, Shaeffer 0
    Monday’s 4-0 victory for Kevin Bartley’s squad sewed up the first place title in the 5-6 year old league. Bartley’s plight was certainly a team effort as four players scored a goal apiece: Lucas Bartley, Dayton Warren, Lyndsey Doke and Jarentt Breuil.
    Tierney Keener led Shaeffer with two saves.
    7-8 league
    Stephens 2, Linehan 1
    In one of the more exciting games of the day, Stephens escaped Linehan behind goals from Brayden Selgeby and Ava May in a defensive battle. Joel Bridges scored the lone goal for Linehan while Colton Southern recorded one save.
    Pendergraft 5, Horne 2
    Austin Rodriguez was all the offense Pendergraft needed on Monday as the youngster blasted five goals to lead his team to victory.
    Anthony Gunacmejia scored both of Horne’s goals, while Braisun Long turned in four saves and teammate Zachary Goff added three in the loss.
    9-10 league
    Baker 5, Wood 2
    A superb performance by Erick Estrada helped Baker escape Wood in an offensive showing on Monday. Estrada couldn’t be stopped offensively as he scored four goals, while teammate Carlos Estrada booted another in the victory. Jercyn Baker and Alex Ramos each had a save for Baker.
    Wood was led by Kayden Wood’s goal and five saves while Wyatt Keplar also scored once.
    Shaeffer 3, Jordon 0
    Marcus Shaeffer scored the only three goals in the game as Shaeffer shut out Jordon. Chase Liedtke and Harley Baker teamed up to pitch the shutout in goal with two saves each.
    Kael Smith led Jordon with five saves and Weston Ward added four.

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