The Neosho Youth Soccer League recently concluded its first week of the fall season with games that ran Oct. 7-12 at the Neosho Soccer Fields.

The Neosho Youth Soccer League recently concluded its first week of the fall season with games that ran Oct. 7-12 at the Neosho Soccer Fields.

Monday, Oct. 7
5-6 league
Smith 1, Dickinson 1
In a defensive struggle, both teams wasted no time in making things interesting for fans as they played to a draw in the season opener.
Everson Tomlinson scored the long goal for Smith, while Andrew Valentine matched him for Dickinson. Jakob Carver led Dickinson with eight saves, while Sandra Lane and Evan Shields also had a save in goal.

7-8 league
Bartley 3, Shaeffer 1
Dayton Warren scored two goals and Ulysses DeLeon added another and pitched in a save to help lead Bartley to victory. Quinton Montgomery also contributed to the win with a save.
Nick Shaeffer scored the lone goal for Shaeffer, while Aiden Daughterty turned in eight saves and Maison Kincaid and Christopher French added another.

9-11 league
Lucus 5, Beibe 2
Kytn Francisco and Jeremiah Kincaid both booted two goals to help lead Lucus to its first victory of the season. Teagan Farriester also got in on the fun by adding a goal in the win.
Alex Campbell had a busy day scoring both goals for Beibe.

12-over league
Jennings 9, Hughes 2
Zachary Jennings and Codie Lasley began the season in style for Jennings as each player booted four goals and Adam Murphy added another to lead their team to a convincing victory. Chelsey Schooler turned in five saves in the win and Jacob Fienen had two.
Kelcee Bohannon had one of the busiest days you’ll ever see from a keeper in goal as she turned in a whopping 16 saves, while Sebastian Carlos and Jaidon Cole scored a goal each for Hughes.

Tuesday, Oct. 8
5-6 league
Harms 3, Rodriguez 2
Ezequiel Pupo recorded a hat trick to lead Harms to victory, scoring all three goals for the team. Anahi Aguirre and Emma Van Dorn both recorded a save for Harms.
Jaiden Fisher scored a pair of goals for Rodriguez, while Eli Cearnel, Jackson Binner and Alex Rodriguez had one save apiece.

7-8 league
Coatney 4, Horne 0
Coatney pitched a shutout in the season opener as Braylon Bressie scored two goals and Leonard Gindling and Hannah Dunn also punched on in the back of the net.
Colton Southern had a busy day in goal for Horne, as he turned in a whopping 15 saves.

Thursday, Oct. 10
5-6 league
Jordon 8, Thayer 1
A hat trick by Tim Graham and a two-goal performance from Carson Jordon helped lead Jordon to a blowout victory over Thayer. Madison Ruark and Luke Smith both scored a goal for Jordon, while Andre McCamish added a goal and had three saves.
Travis Thomas scored Thayer’s only goal.

7-8 league
Kissel 4, Russell 1
Hudson Williams booted three goals and turned in three saves, while Michael Kissel also scored a goal to lead Kissel to victory.
Josiah Russell scored the only goal for Russell, while Joel Wright and Bella Baker turned in five saves each.

9-11 league
Pendergraft 2, Daniel 0
Brayden Watts had a solid day in goal for Pendergraft as he pitched the shutout with five saves to lead his team to victory. Austin Rodriguez handled the offensive chores as he scored both goals in the game.
Dylan McNeil led Daniel with four saves and Walker Stipp finished with one.

12-over league
West 4, Anderson 4
The Neosho Youth Soccer League experienced its second tie of the week when West and Anderson hooked up.
Draven House scored all four of Anderson’s goals and Josh Iseli recorded one save. Ryan Nix kept West in it by scoring three times and recording four saves. Blake Glisson also had a goal for West to go along with seven saves.

Saturday, Oct. 12
5-6 league
Rodriguez 4, Smith 2
Alex Rodriguez scored a pair of goals and Jackson Binner and Jaden Nichols had one apiece as Rodriguez edged Smith in a close game.
Zane Thornberry and Conner Jones both scored a goal for Smith.

Jordon 5, Dickinson 4
Byron Anderson blasted four goals for Jordon while Carson Jordon added another as they edged Dickinson in a thriller. Jada Proznyic paced Jordon with two saves, as well.
Noah Schade scored three times for Dickinson. Leila Beets also scored in the game and Sandra Lane recorded one save.

Harms 15, Thayer 1
Harms couldn’t be stopped as it recorded perhaps one of the biggest blowouts you’ll see this season.
Ezequiel Pupo scored a whopping seven goals in the win, while Anthony Howe and Peyton Snow had three each and Anahi Aguirre added two.
Hoyt Renfro accounted for Thayer’s only goal, while Spencer James turned in three saves and Wyatt Sexton saved one shot.

7-8 league
Bartley 3, Kissel 2
Jonathan Tribbey scored for Bartley, while Quinton Montgomery recorded five saves, Ulysses DeLeon had two and Lucas Bartley and Andrew Fears one to preserve the win.
Hudson Williams scored both goals for Kissel. Parker Hughes led the team with three saves while Josh Mathis added two.

Shaeffer 1, Horne 0
In one of the more thrilling games of the day, Aiden Kincaid saved 10 shots to help pitch the shutout over Horne. Aiden Linehan scored Shaeffer’s lone goal.
Despite taking the hard luck loss, Colton Southern still contributed a good day in goal for Horne as he turned in eight saves.

Coatney 8, Russell 0
Five different players got in on the scoring fun for Coatney as it blanked Russell.
Braylon Breesie, Leonard Gindling and Brooklyn McCamish scored two goals apiece, while Brayden Barber and Hannah Dunn booted one goal.
There were no stats available for Russell.

9-11 league
Daniel 2, Lucus 2
The third and final tie of the week came from the 9-11 league where Daniel and Lucus fought to a 2-2 draw.
Cade Daniel and Rogelio Gutierrez scored a goal apiece for Daniel, while Oscar Robles and Dylan McNeill had two saves each and Walker Stipp turned in one.
Kytn Francisco scored a goal for Lucus and Taylor Burns pitched in two saves.

Bebie 2, Pendergraft 0
Riley Rifenbark and Thomas Leonard both beat the keeper in Bebie’s shutout victory. Kailee Shellenberger and Anthony Flemming had two saves each while combining for the shutout.
Brayden Watts pitched in with six saves for Pendergraft.

12-up league
Anderson 12, Hughes 0
For the second time in a week a Neosho Youth Soccer League player turned in seven goals as Anderson hammered Hughes.
Draven House scored seven times for Anderson, while Landon Doke punched in four goals and Braden Holloway added a save.
For the second game in a row, Kelcee Bohannon had a busy day as she racked up 15 saves.

Jennings 11, West 1
Codie Lasley and Zach Jennings scored three goals apiece to lead Jennings to a convincing win over West.
Adam Murphy and Tyler Lewis also pitched in two goals for Jennings, while Elicia Hernandez added one. Jacob Fienen tallied four saves in the win, while Chelsey Schooler turned in one.
Benjamin Siegel scored West’s lone goal, while keeper Ethan Carnagey recorded 12 saves and Blake Glisson had five.