All-Ozark Conference soccer released



The All-Ozark Conference Boys' Soccer teams have been released.

Rolla senior forward Aaron Froehlich was named the Player of the Year for the conference. Glendale's Nic Bauer and Joplin's Ryan Estus were honored as Co-Offensive Players of the Year. Kickapoo's Turner Adams was named the Defensive Player of the Year. The complete teams are below and click the following links for photos of soccer games involving Ozark Conference teams.

Kickapoo vs. Glendale - Click here for photos
Parkview vs. Glendale - Click here for photos
Glendale vs. Lee's Summit West - Click here for photos
West Plains vs. Glendale - Click here for photos
Joplin vs. Glendale - Click here for photos
Glendale vs. Ozark - Click here for photos
Kickapoo vs. Rock Bridge - Click here for photos
Kickapoo vs. Central - Click here for photos
Ozark vs. Kickapoo - Click here for photos
Camdenton vs. Kickapoo - Click here for photos
Nixa vs. Kickapoo - Click here for photos
Kickapoo vs. Rockwood Summit - Click here for photos
Parkview vs. Central - Click here for photos Hillcrest vs. Monett - Click here for photos
West Plains vs. Branson - Click here for photos
West Plains vs. Willard - Click here for photos

  2012 All-Ozark Conference Boys Soccer
         
                   1st Team    
         
Turner Adams Kickapoo Senior Back
Nic Bauer Glendale Senior Forward
Josiah Blansett Camdenton Junior Back
Caleb Boston Hillcrest Junior Goalkeeper
Matt Call Glendale Senior Back
Matt Calvert Rolla Senior Midfielder
Hunter Durham Kickapoo Senior Midfielder
Ryan Estus Joplin Senior Forward
Aaron Froehlich Rolla Junior Forward
Evan Garrad Glendale Senior Forward
Logan Houf Rolla Junior Midfielder
Steven Jimenez Waynesville Senior Forward
Nate Kramme Rolla Junior Back
Griffen Locke Joplin Senior Back
Kyler Moore Camdenton Senior Forward
Joe Rice Joplin Senior Forward
Cole Sheppard Joplin Senior Back
Elliott Williams Kickapoo Senior Midfielder
         
Player of the Year - Aaron Froehlich, Rolla  
Co-Offensive Players of the Year - Nic Bauer, Glendale and Ryan Estus, Joplin
Defensive Player of the Year - Turner Adams, Kickapoo
         
                 2nd Team    
         
Oscar Diaz Camdenton Senior Midfielder
Chase Grubb Kickapoo Senior Back
Michael Janke Rolla Senior Midfielder
Shane Jewett Waynesville Junior Forward
TJ Joy Parkview Senior Back
Will Krolman Joplin Senior Back
Josh McCutcheon Kickapoo Senior Forward
Ryan McDermott Hillcrest Senior Midfielder
Sven Olberg Rolla Senior Back
Tony Palmisano Glendale Junior Midfielder
Brock Renken Joplin Junior Goalkeeper
Derek Roberts Glendale Junior Back
Gage Scurlock Rolla Junior Goalkkeeper
Connor Smith Camdenton Senior Back
Aaron Strunk Kickapoo Senior Midfielder
Alex Ugbah West Plains Freshman Midfielder
Nick Wapelhorst Lebanon Sophomore Forward
Garrett Ward Joplin Senior Midfielder
         
             Honorable Mention    
         
Joey Block West Plains Sophomore Midfielder
John Bogue Parkview Senior Forward
Cody Cates Lebanon Sophomore Back
Izzy Chappell Glendale Junior Midfielder
Trevor Cressman West Plains Senior Midfielder
Sam Engler Kickapoo Sophomore Midfielder
Connor Heeren Kickapoo Senior Midfielder
Trent Johnson Lebanon Senior Forward
Riley King Waynesville Sophomore Back
Hunter McMahon Camdenton Senior Goalkeeper
Yamil Ocampo Glendale Senior Midfielder
Taylor Pedigo Kickapoo Senior Back
Levi Peuppke Parkview Senior Midfielder
Ben Reinbold Glendale Junior Back
Edgar Romero Joplin Senior Midfielder
Luis Santillan Joplin Junior Midfielder
Hunter Short Rolla Junior Forward
Austin Strait Hillcrest Senior Back
Juan Vasquez Camdenton Senior Forward
Lajos Zadravecz Waynesville Senior Goalkeeper
 

Photo Galleries

Pictures: Glendale 1, Nixa 0


Glendale's keeper Kinda Lierz scored the only goal to lift the Lady Falcons over Nixa.

Pictures: Mount Vernon 21, Aurora 2


Mount Vernon improves to 4-0 in conference play

Pictures: Neosho vs. Ozark


The Wildcats and Tigers met in Ozark on Thursday
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