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

  • The Neosho Youth Soccer program completed its season with a bang last week at the Neosho Youth Soccer Fields. Three of the final five games of the season were decided by two points or less as teams fought in a pair of championship games.
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  • The Neosho Youth Soccer program completed its season with a bang last week at the Neosho Youth Soccer Fields. Three of the final five games of the season were decided by two points or less as teams fought in a pair of championship games.
    April 27 results
    9-10 year old league
    Baker 9, Shaeffer 1
    In one of the few blowouts of the week, Baker cruised to the league title with a 9-1 victory over Shaeffer.
    Erick Estrada teamed with Carlos Estrada to secure the title with a pair of memorable offensive performances. Erick Estrada blasted five goals on the day while Carlos Estrada poured in four.
    Meanwhile, Chase Liedtke and Harley Baker each had three saves in goal for Shaeffer while teammate Marcus Shaeffer scored the final goal of the season for his squad.
    Boyd 4, Dukes 0
    Dylan McNeil ran the show for Boyd in their final game of the season as he scored all four goals and recorded a save in goal to lead his team to the shutout victory.
    Goalie Alex Colston led Dukes with three saves while Torilynn Lauderdale and Blaine Jeffers teamed up with a save apiece for Dukes.
    Wood 2, Jordon 0
    Kayden Wood handled duties on defense for Wood while Wyatt Keplar secured the offense as Wood closed its season with a shutout victory. Kayden Wood recorded five saves in goal for Wood and Keplar scored both goals.
    Drew Johnson saved three shots in goal for Jordon while teammate Makayla Carr added another stop.
    11-13 league
    Johnson 2, Potter 1
    In one of the more exciting finishes of the weekend, Johnson secured the league championship with a hard-fought victory over Potter.
    Draven House handled the offensive production for the champs by scoring both goals in the win. Ethan Carnagey earned the victory in goal with six saves.
    Despite the tough loss, Potter saw production from a number of players. None were bigger, however, than the eight saves turned in by goalie Klaire Thomas. She split time in goal with Trevor Sprinkle and he added five saves while Christian Esparza had one stop.
    Hayworth 3, Carter 1
    A hat trick by Anthony Buck was the difference in the game for Hayworth as they downed Carter in the season finale. Buck’s offensive surge was backed by goalie Joshua Iseli’s five saves.
    Jaron Crawford contributed Carter’s lone goal while Eduardo Robles led the defense with five saves and Nora Gonzales saved two shots.
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