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

  • The Neosho Youth Soccer program wrapped up week four of the season and began the final week of games on Monday. The season will conclude on Saturday.
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  • The Neosho Youth Soccer program wrapped up week four of the season and began the final week of games on Monday. The season will conclude on Saturday.
    April 22 results
    9-10 year old league
    Baker 2, Boyd 0
    Carlos Estrada scored the only two goals of the game as he led Baker to a shutout victory on Monday. Alex Ramos pitched the shutout in goal for Baker with four saves.
    Jeremiah Kincaid racked up four saves for Boyd and Jonah Solomon had three.
    Shaeffer 4, Wood 0
    Chase Liedtke was busy on offense and defense for Shaeffer as he led them with two goals and four saves in the shutout victory. Marcus Shaeffer and Ian Ding each had a goal and Harley Baker recorded three saves in the win.
    Kayden Wood led Wood with two saves and Drake Howard finished with one.
    11-13 league
    Johnson 5, Blevins 1
    Draven House and Blake Norris each produced two goals and Brayden Johnson had one to lead Johnson to victory. Ethan Carnagey earned the win in goal for Johnson with three saves.
    Dillon Collins scored the lone goal for Blevins while Jacob Feiner kept busy with a season-high 15 saves in goal.
    Potter 2, Carter 2
    A hard-fought match produced no winner as Potter and Carter played to a draw.
    George Hernandez and Christian Esparza each scored a goal for Potter. Klaire Thomas led the team defensively with 10 saves and Trevor Sprinkle added five.
    Ryan Nix and Tucker Lane both scored for Carter while Nix also added five saves.
    April 20
    5-6 league
    Kissell 2, Tarr 1
    A tough defensive match was decided on the leg of Michael Kissell, as the youngster scored both goals for his team to lead Kissell to a narrow decision over Tarr.
    Jovanny Hernandez scored the lone goal for Tarr.
    Shaeffer 6, Feagan 0
    Parker Mittag produced a hat trick for Shaeffer with three goals, while Nick Shaeffer scored twice and Kimberly Hernandez once in Saturday’s win.
    Matthew Lauderdale led Feagan with four saves while Drew Cobb and Zane Thromberry had three apiece.
    Rodriguez 3, Roger 0
    Three players scored a goal each for Rodriguez as they blanked Roger on Saturday. Alex Rodriguez, Hudson Williams and Smoke Ezell each scored in the win. Stats were not available for Roger.
    7-8 league
    Russell 1, Linehan 0
    Wyatt Murphy scored the only goal of the game as Russell blanked Linehan in a defensive showcase. Zachary McNeil recorded one save for Russell while earning the victory in goal. Stats were not available for Linehan.
    Page 2 of 2 - Horne 5, Olivares 0
    Anthony Guinacmejia was very busy on Saturday as he provided major contributions on both offense and defense in Horne’s victory. Guinacmejia turned in two goals and seven saves — both tops on the team — while Cooper Horne, Braisun Long and Michael Long scored a goal apiece. Jeremiah Cobb had six saves in the win.
    Jonah Reed led Olivares with five saves while Jayden Adams added three.
    Jordon 5, Wood 2
    Last names were not provided for the stats leaders for Jordon in their victory. Kytn Francisco and Wyatt Keplar scored a goal apiece to lead Wood, while Drake Howard had three saves, Kayden Wood had two and Kylee Schmide had one.
    Jordon 5, Dukes 1
    The offense was on full-blast for Jordon on Saturday as Kael Smith and Weston Ward scored two goals apiece to pave the way to victory. Walker Stipp also scored a goal in the win.
    Alex Vargas scored the lone goal for Dukes, while Blaine Jeffers recorded five saves and Justen Bowers added one.
    Baker 3, Boyd 3
    Carlos Estrada scored three goals as Baker and Boyd played to a draw in a nailbiter. Alex Ramos recorded three saves and Jarcyn Baker had one in goal for Baker.
    Erica Samuel scored two goals for Boyd and Jeremiah Kincaid scored once.
    11-13 league
    Hayworth 4, Blevins 0
    A hat trick by Anthony Buck paved the way for Hayworth as they blanked Blevins. Landon Doke also scored a goal and Kennedy Lamp had two saves in the win.
    Jacob Feiner saved four shots for Blevins.
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