Week three of the Neosho Youth Soccer season is in the books, and it was an entertaining one for a host of area youth’s and fans alike.

Week three of the Neosho Youth Soccer season is in the books, and it was an entertaining one for a host of area youth’s and fans alike.

Results from the week, which began on April 8, are as follows:

April 8
7-8 year old league
Horne 3, Stevens 0

A solid offensive performance helped Horne blank Stevens. Anthony Guinacmejia and Jeremiah Cobb each scored a goal in the win for Horne. No other statistics were available for this game.

Pendergraft 4, Olivares 0

Austin Rodriguez and Brayden Watts each booted two goals and Hayden Murphy turned in one save to lead Pendergraft to victory.

Jonah Reed turned in six saves for Olivares and Jayden Adams finished with five.

9-10 league
Boyd 2, Wood 0

Dylan McNeill scored the only two goals of the game to help lead Boyd to a hard-fought victory over Wood. Goalie Jeremiah Kincaid had one save for Boyd in the win.

Kayden Wood recorded four saves and Vance Montgomery had three for Wood.

Baker 5, Dukes 0

Erick Estrada recorded a hat-trick as Baker blanked Dukes. Estrada led the team with three goals, while Carlos Estrada and Brandon McIlvane had one apiece. Alex Vargas and Colin Ortiz had a save apiece for Dukes.

11-13 league
Johnson 6, Potter 1

A hat-trick from Brayden Johnson helped his namesake roll past Potter.
Johson finished with three goals in the win while teammate Draven House had two and Blake Norris one goal. Blake Glisson recorded five saves.
Jarid Girdner scored the lone goal for Potter and Klaire Thomas racked up eight saves.

Blevins 3, Hayworth 2

This one went down to the wire in a nail-biter, but goals from Israel Ortega, Isaac Howard and Drew Miller helped Blevins escape Hayworth in a close one. Jacob Feiener picked up the victory for Blevins with seven saves in goal.

Anthony Buck and Sebastian Carlos each scored a goal for Hayworth while Chelsy Schooler turned in three saves.

April 9
5-6 league
Tarr 4, Feagan 0

A solid game by a pair of players helped Tarr blanke Feagan last Tuesday.
Adrianna Adams and Kanten Smith both scored a pair of goals to lead Tarr to victory. Further stats for this game were not available.

Bartley 4, Kissel 0

Jarentt Breuil blasted three goals to help Bartley cruise past Kissel. Dayton Warren also scored for Bartley and goalie Lucas Lueveno finished with one save.

Jace Dukes recorded two saves for Kissel, while Haley May and Aubrey Woodrum had a save each.

7-8 league
Horne 1, Russell 0

In a game dominated by defense, Horne’s Anthony Guinacmejia scored the only goal of the game to lead his team to victory. Luke Soule had two saves in the loss for Russell.

Pendergraft 1, Coatney 1

Hayden Murphy had a busy day for Pendergraft as the youngster scored his team’s only goal and recorded seven saves to boot as Pendergraft and Coatney played to a draw. Lane Morgan recorded three saves for Pendergraft.

Tristen Kittrell and Maison Kincaid each had a save for Coatney. Their goal scorer wasn’t identified.

9-10 league
Wood 4, Dukes 2

Kaden Wood punched in two goals and recorded six saves to lead Wood to victory over Dukes. Kytn Francisco and Wyatt Keplar also recorded a goal in the win.

Alex Vargas scored both goals for Dukes and also recorded a save and teammate Dylan Bohannan had two saves.

Baker 5, Jordon 0

Jason Vargas found the back of the net twice and teammates Carlos Estrada, Erick Estrada and Alex Ramos scored once as Baker blanked Jordon. No stats were provided for Jordon.

11-13 league
Blevins 4, Potter 0

Four players scored a goal apiece as Blevins blanked Potter. Israel Ortega, Dillon Collins, Drew Miller and Brayden Holloway each scored in the win, while Jacob Feiener pitched the shutout with three saves.

Klaire Thomas led Potter with five saves and teammate Trevor Sprinkle had one.

April 11
5-6 league
Rodriguez 4, Tarr 3

In one of the more exciting games of the day, Rodriguez used a pair of goals from Hudson Williams to squeak past Tarr in a thriller.

Williams’ effort was aided by teammates Alex Rogriguez and Smoke Ezell, who scored a goal apiece in the victory. Meanwhile, Kanten Smith recorded a hat trick by scoring all three goals for Tarr.

Shaeffer 0, Roger 0

The defense was too strong for both Shaeffer and Roger as both teams played to a scoreless draw. Nick Shaeffer and Hary Interiano each recorded a save for Shaeffer. Further stats were unavailable.

Coatney 7, Linehan 0

Braylon Breesie led Coatney with two goals as they rolled over Linehan.
Devon Stirewalt, Leonard Gindling, Tristen Kittrell, Taylor Schooler and Neveah Humphrey also joined the fun with one goal apiece. Colton Deines led Linehan with one save.

7-8 league
Olivares 3, Stephens 1

Statistics were not available for this game.

9-10 league
Baker 2, Jordon 0

Erick Estrada continued his productive week with two goals to lead Baker to a shutout victory. Goalkeeper Jason Vargas pitched the shutout with one save.

Kael Smith led Jordon with five saves and Weston Ward added one.

Shaeffer 7, Boyd 0

Marcus Shaeffer recorded a hat trick with three goals to lead Shaeffer to a dominating win over Boyd.

Chase Liedtke scored a goal and turned in four saves in the victory, while Ian Ding scored two goals and Harley Baker had a goal and four saves in the win.

Jonah Solomon led Boyd with five saves and Jeremiah Kincaid added three.

April 13
5-6 league
Bartley 9, Feagan 1

Bartley’s offense brought its ‘A’ game to the pitch last Saturday as they hammered Feagan behind a pair of hat tricks from Lucas Bartley and Jarentt Breuil.

Both Bartley and Breuil scored three goals to lead the team, while Jonathan Tribbey scored two  and Lucas Lueveno one in the win. Daniel Victorino led the defense with two saves, while Kennedy Lewis and Dayton Warren had one apiece.

Zane Thomberry scored Feagan’s only goal and also had a save, while Kayleigh Humphries had four saves, Tateanna Garza added three, River Feagan two and Drew Cobb had one save.

Rodriguez 3, Kissel 1

Alex Rodriguez, Hudson Williams and Smoke Ezell each scored a goal to lead Rodriguez to a close victory over Kissel. Travis Thomas and Joel Hubbard split time in goal and had one save apiece en route to the victory.
Kichael Kissel scored Kissel’s lone goal, while Josh Mathis recorded two saves and Braidon Lantz had one.

Tarr 6, Shaeffer 0

Kanten Smith had a day to remember with four goals to lead Tarr to a shutout victory. Jovanny Hernandez and Adrianna Adams each scored a goal in the win. No stats were provided for Shaeffer.

7-8 league
Coatney 4, Russell 1

Taylor Schooler scored twice to lead Coatney to a hard-fought victory over Russell.

Braylon Bressie and Brooklyn McCamish each scored once in the victory. Wyatt Murphy scored the lone goal for Russell.

Pendergraft 5, Stephens 0

Hayden Murphy recorded a hat trick with three goals to lead Pendergraft to a shutout over Stephens and Austin Rodriguez scored two goals. No stats were provided for Stephens.

Linehan 4, Olivares 2

Colton Southern led the defense with five saves to lead Linehan to a 4-2 victory over Olivares. Offensively, Joel Bridges scored twice for Linehan while Andy Lopez and Nickolas Garza found the net once in the win.

Jayden Adams also had five saves for Olivares, while Oscar Robles and Lance Kesinger scored a goal each.

9-10 league
Baker 5, Wood 1

Carlos Estrada scored three goals and Erick Estrada had two more to lead Baker to a victory over Wood.

Kayden Wood paced Wood with six saves and Drake Howard added two. Kytn Francisco scored Wood’s only goal.

Shaeffer 6, Dukes 0

A three-goal performance by Marcus Shaeffer helped lead Shaeffer to a convincing win over Dukes. Harley Baker racked up nine saves in the win, while Ian Ding, Jeremiah Enlow and Rogelio Gutierrez scored one apiece.

Alex Manuel Vargas recorded three saves for Dukes while Blaine Jeffers had two saves and Alex Colston added one.

Boyd 2, Jordon 0

Nathan Douglas and Erica Samuel scored a goal apiece to lead Boyd to a shutout over Jordon. Walker Stipp led Jordon with four saves and Weston Ward finished with two.

11-13 league
Potter 2, Blevins 2

Christian Esparza scored both goals for Potter as they played to a draw with Blevins. Trevor Sprinkle led Potter on defense with five saves. Meanwhile, Dillon Collins scored both goals for Blevins and Dustin Jennings finished with one save.

Hayworth 3, Johnson 2

Caroline Swope scored two goals and Anthony Buck added another as Hayworth downed Johnson in a game that went down to the final whistle. Joshua Eseli recorded eight saves in the win.

Brayden Johson scored for Johnson and teammate Blake Glisson finished with nine saves.

Hayworth 2, Potter 1

Anthony Buck and Landon Doke scored a goal apiece to lead Hayworth to their second close win of the day. Chelsy Schooler led the team defensively with three saves.

Trevor Sprinkle had nine saves for Potter and Christian Esparza scored the lone goal.

Johnson 5, Hayworth 1

In their third game of the day, Hayworth couldn’t get past Johnson as Brayden Johnson and Blake Norris scored two goals each and Draven House added another in the victory. Ethan Carnagey had four saves for Johnson.

Landon Doke scored the only goal for Hayworth, while Joshue Eseli had five saves and Chelsy Schooler added three.