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									                   Camdenton Lady Lakers Varsity Soccer Program at a Glance
          The Camdenton Lady Lakers soccer team started in the spring of 1998. The following is a
          year-by-year account of the program. After thirteen complete seasons, the Lady Lakers are
          189-107-20 (.638) with 853 total goals scored (2.7 per match) and 404 given up.
          *Denotes team record


        1998 First Year! Record 7-13-4                             1999 Second Year! Record 13-6-4
Goals scored: 23 Goals given up: 47                          Goals scored: 44 Goals given up: 32
Assists: 11       Shutouts: 7                                Assists 30         Shutouts: 12
Leading Scorers: Heather Turek (Sr.) w/ 6                    Leading Scorers: Rachael Neal (Sr) w/ 18
                  Kara Simpson (Fr) w/ 3                                        Christy Smith (Sr) w/ 7
Highlights: Victories over Nixa, Lebanon and Moberly.                           Kara Simpson (So) w/ 5
Third place in the Lebanon Tournament. Moriah                Highlights: Won the Moberly Tournament and the
Orsinger selected 2nd team all-district (first such honor    Lebanon Tournament. April Sulze selected 2nd team all-
for Lady Laker soccer player).                               region (first such honor for Lady Laker soccer player)
                                                             Finished 2nd in Districts.




      2000 Third Year! Record: 12-9-4                              2001 Fourth Year!          Record 16-8-2
Goals scored: 29 Goals given up: 33                          Goals scored: 63 Goals given up: 28
Assists: 17       Shutouts: 13                               Assists 41       Shutouts: 13
Leading Scorers: Lindsey Vize (So) w/ 7                      Leading Scorers: Lindsey Vize (Jr) w/ 12
                  Kara Simpson (Jr) w/ 5                                      Jana Neal (So) w/ 9
                  Maddie Payne (Fr) w/ 4                                      Kara Simpson (Sr) w/ 7
                  Kat Minx (So) w/ 4
Highlights: Won the Lebanon Tournament. Finished             Highlights: Won the Moberly Tournament. Finished
2nd in Districts.                                            third in the Lebanon Tournament. Lindsey Vize selected
                                                             1st Team all-region (first such honor for a Lady Laker
                                                             soccer player). Finished 2nd in Districts.


     2002 Fifth Year!            Record 19-4-2                    2003 Sixth Year!           Record 17-6-1
Goals scored: 121*       Goals given up: 14*                 Goals scored: 66          Goals given up: 14*
Assists 55               Shutouts: 17*                       Assists 37                Shutouts: 15
Leading Scorers: Lindsey Vize (Sr) w/ 38*                    Leading Scorers: Jana Neal (Sr) w/ 18
                 Meg Agnew (Jr) w/ 28*                                        Jennifer Sulze (So) w/ 9
                 Maddie Payne (Jr) w/ 11                                      Chelsea Williams (Fr) w/ 8
                                                                              Melissa Divincen (So) w/ 7
Highlights: Won the Moberly Tournament. Won the                               Maddie Payne (Sr) w/ 7
Lebanon Tournament. Lindsey Vize and Meg Agnew
selected 1st Team all-region (first time two Lady Laker      Highlights: Won the Moberly Tournament. Won the
soccer players made 1st team all-region together). Meg       Lebanon Tournament. Maddie Payne and Courtney
Agnew selected Most Valuable Offensive Player,               Kline each selected All-Region. Courtney Kline
District 11 and Co-Most Valuable Offensive Player in         selected Defensive Player of the Year District 11. Jenny
the region. Meg Agnew selected 2nd team all-state (first     Melton selected 2nd Team All-District 11 (first freshman
such honor for a Lady Laker). 121 total goals scored in      to earn an All-District selection).
a season is third highest ever in the state of Missouri by
a girls soccer team. Finished 2nd in Districts.
     2004 Seventh Year! Record 18-7-0                            2005 Eighth Year! Record 13-11-1
Goals scored: 79          Goals given up: 28                Goals scored: 51          Goals given up: 43
Assists 57*               Shutouts: 13                      Assists 44                Shutouts: 6
Leading Scorers: Hayley Christensen (So) w/ 13*             Leading Scorers: Jenny Melton (Jr) w/ 14
                 Jenny Melton (So) w/ 12                                     Jennifer Sulze (Sr) w/ 13
                 Chelsea Williams (So) w/ 8                                  Chelsea Williams (Jr) w/ 6
                 Melissa Divincen (Jr) w/ 8                                  Hayley Christensen (Jr) w/ 5
                 Stevie Sorensen (Sr) w/ 7

Highlights: Won the Lebanon Tournament. Rachel              Highlights: Won the Lebanon Tournament. Jennifer
LaRue selected Honorable Mention All-State. Stevie          Sulze earned 1st Team All-Conference, All-District, and
Sorensen & Rachel LaRue each selected All-Region.           All-Region. Sulze’s recognition marked the first time
Rachel LaRue selected Defensive Player of the Year          sisters earned All-Region (April Sulze, 1999). Scored
District 11 Finished second in District 11. Earned 100 th   the 450th goal in the program’s history.
win in program’s history. Only shutout of 3 Varsity
matches*




     2006 Ninth Year!             Record 12-11-1                  2007 Tenth Year!           Record 11-11
Goals scored: 62         Goals given up: 44                 Goals scored: 48          Goals given up: 44
Assists 45               Shutouts: 6                        Assists 37                Shutouts: 7
Leading Scorers: Jenny Melton (Sr) w/ 19                    Leading Scorers: Lindsey Sinclair (Sr) w/ 13
                 Hayley Christensen (Sr) w/ 14                               Meg Manzer (Jr) w/ 9
                 Chelsea “Bob” Schuster (Sr) w/ 5                            Latea LaRue (Fr) w/ 8
                 Chelsea Williams (Sr) w/ 5                                  Blaire Baker (Jr) w/ 4
                 Lindsey Sinclair (Jr) w/ 5                                  Katie Shore (Sr) w/ 4

                                                            Highlights:. Scored the 550th goal in the program’s
                             th
Highlights:. Scored the 500 goal in the program’s           history. Lindsey Sinclair became the first player in
history. Jenny Melton became the first player in Lady       Lady Laker soccer history to lead the junior varsity in
Laker soccer history to score 10 or more goals in three     scoring in a season and then lead the varsity in scoring
straight seasons (2004-2006); Hayley Christensen            in another season. Lindsey Sinclair earned 1 st Team
earned 1st Team All-Conference, All-District, and All-      All-Conference, All-District, and All-Region. Latea
Region.                                                     LaRue set a freshman points scoring record with 20.
                                                            Lady Lakers finished 1-0 in Moberly Tournament and
                                                            Second in the Lebanon Tournament.

     2008 Eleventh Year! Record 16-8-0                           2009 Twelfth Year! Record 18-6-0
Goals scored: 75 Goals given up: 32                         Goals scored: 100        Goals given up: 23
Assists: 62              Shutouts: 11                       Assists: 70              Shutouts: 11
Leading Scorers: Meg Manzer (Sr) w/ 22                      Leading Scorers: Latea LaRue (Jr) w/ 26
                 Stephanie Kirvan (Jr) w/ 14                                 Stephanie Kirvan (Sr) w/ 24
                 Alisha “Girdy” Morice (Sr) w/ 9                             “Pey Pey” Paschel (So) w/ 14*
                 Ashley Paschel (Fr) w/ 6                                    Kayla Utley (Fr) w/ 10

Highlights:. Scored 600th and 650th goal in program’s       Highlights:.Won the Camdenton Invitational
history. Won the Camdenton Invitational Tournament;         Tournament; finished second in the Moberly
finished second in the Moberly Tournament. Senior           Tournament. Scored 100 goals on the season (only
Blaire Baker joins a select group of Lady Laker Soccer      second time doing that); had 4 players score 10 goals
players to earn 1st Team All-Conference; All-District,      or more in a season for first time. Latea LaRue and
and All Region in the same year. Meg Manzer’s 22            Stephanie Kirvan each made All-Conference, All-
goals was the third most every in a single season by a      District and All-Region. Kirvan earned Third-Team
Lady Laker.                                                 All-State. Only third player ever to make All-State.
 2010 Thirteenth Year!              Record 17-7-1
Goals scored: 92 Goals given up: 22
Assists: 80*              Shutouts: 9
Leading Scorers: Miram Tyalor, (fr) w/ 21*
                 Ashleigh Paschel, (jr) w/ 20
                 Haley Baker, (jr) 14
                 Jessica Smith, (sr) 13

Highlights:.Won the Camdenton Invitational
Tournament and the Moberly Tournament. Set team
record with 80 assists. Miriam Taylor set freshman
scoring record and freshman points record. Scored
800th and 850th goals in program’s history. Junior
Haley Baker and Freshman Miriam Taylor each made
first team All-Conference, All-District and All-Region
Honors. Taylor becomes first freshman in Camdenton
history to earn first team on all three teams.
                             Camdenton Lady Lakers Soccer Records
Individual Records                                                Team Records
Year…………………………………………………………….Career ……………………………………………………..Year
Most shutouts:                                                    Most shutouts:
Monique Willcut, 2002; 01 17@ Monique Willcut 1999- 2001 51@      2002 17
Most goals scored:                                                      Most goals scored:
Lindsey Vize, 2002 38         Lindsey Vize 1999-2002 60           2002 121
Most Assists:                                                           Most Assists:
Meg Angew, 2002 18            Lindsey Vize, 1999-2002 43          2010 80
Single game                                                       Single game
Goals scored:                                                     Goals scored:
Lindsey Vize, 2002 4 vs. Kirksville; vs. Clinton                  2001; 2002 10 vs. Clinton
Hayley Christensen, 2004 4 vs. Bolivar                            2002; 2008; 2010 10 vs. Central
Jenny Melton, 2006, 4 vs. Southern Boone County                   2002 10 vs. Lebanon-B
Meg Manzer, 2008 4 vs. Springfield Central                        2004; ‟05; „06; „10 10 vs. Hillcrest
Stephanie Kirvan, 2008 4 vs. Willard                              2008; 2009; 2010 10 vs. Richland
Ashleigh “Pey Pey” Paschel, 2010 4 vs. Stover                     2009; 2010 10 vs. Stover
Miriam Taylor, 2010 4 vs. Hillcrest; 2010 4 vs. Kickapoo          2010 10 vs. Willard
Assists:                                                          Assists:
Kayla Utley, 2009 4 vs. Parkview                                  2005 10 vs. Hillcrest
Haley Baker, 2010 4 vs. Stover
Cassie Hale, 2010 4 vs. Central
                            Camdenton Lady Lakers Firsts and Significant Goals
Firstshutout: Chyanne Freeman vs. Nixa, April 4th, 1998
Firstgame winning goal scored: Brooke Tiegs vs. Nixa, April 4th, 1998
Firstgame winning goal scored in tourney championship match: Christy Smith, Moberly Tournament, 1999
Firstgoal scored in district play: Rachael Neal from Christy Smith (corner kick) vs. West Plains, 1999
Most goals scored in the Lebanon Tournament by a player in her career: 10 by Jenny Melton, 2003-2006
Most goals scored in the Lebanon Tournament by a player in one season: 6 by Meg Agnew, 2002
Most assists in the Lebanon Tournament by a player in her career: 6 by Hayley Christensen, 2004-2006
Most assists in the Lebanon Tournament by a player in one year: 3 by Hayley Chrisetensen, 2004
Most goals scored in the Moberly Tournament by a player in her career: 9 by Lindsey Vize, 1999-2002
Most goals scored in the Moberly Tournament by a player in one season: 6 by Lindsey Vize, 2002; Meg Manzer,
2008
Most assists in the Moberly Tournament by a player in her career: 7 by Lindsey Vize, 1999-2002
Most assists in the Moberly Tournament by a player in one season: 3 by Lindsey Vize, 2002
                                                                  3 by Hayley Christensen, 2004
Most goals scored in the Camdenton Tournament by a player in her career: 5 by Stephanie Kirvan, 2008-09
Most goals scored in the Camdenton Tournament by a player in one season: 4 by Jessica Smith, 2008-2010
Most assists in the Camdenton Tournament by a player in her career: 3 Meg Manzer, 08; Stephanie Kirvan ‟08-09
                                                                     Chelsi Libby ‟08-‟10; Miriam Taylor 2010
Most assists in the Camdenton Tournament by a player in one season: 3 Meg Manzer, 2008
Most goals scored during district play by a player in her career: 3 by Maddie Payne, 2000-Present
Most goals scored during district play by a player in one season: 3 by Maddie Payne, 2002
Most assists during district play by a player in her career: 3 by Meg Agnew, 2002
Most assists during district play by a player in one season: 3 by Meg Agnew, 2002
@ denotes Missouri State Record
Significant Goals
1st goal scored: Rachael Neal vs. Hillcrest, April 2nd, 1998
50th goal scored: Rachael Neal vs. Helias, April 29th, 1999
100th goal scored: Kat Minx from Lindsey Vize (corner kick – header) vs. Nixa, March 20th, 2001
150th goal scored: Lindsey Vize vs. Nixa, May 4th, 2001
200th goal scored: Meg Agnew from Lindsey Vize vs. Fulton, April 22 nd, 2002
250th goal scored: Lindsey Vize from Melissa Divincen vs. Clinton (header), May 2, 2002
300th goal scored: Maddie Payne unassisted vs. Waynesville, April 8 th, 2003
350th goal scored: Rachel LaRue unassisted vs. Lebanon, March 22 nd, 2004
400th goal scored: Jennifer Sulze from Stevie Sorensen vs. Nixa, May 2nd, 2004
450th goal scored: Chelsea “Bob” Schuster unassisted vs. Fulton, April 23 rd, 2005
500th goal scored: Chelsea “Bob” Schuster unassisted vs. Hannibal, April 15, 2006
550th goal scored: Lindsey Sinclair unassisted vs. Springfield Hillcrest, April 3, 2007
600th goal scored: Alisha “Girdy” Morice from Blaire Baker vs. Central, April 7, 2008
650th goal scored: Stephanie Kirvan from Meg Manzer vs. Willard, April 28, 2008
700th goal scored: Latea LaRue from Jessica Smith vs. Waynesville, April 14th, 2009
750th goal scored: Latea LaRue from Stephanie Kirvan vs. Joplin, May 7 th, 2009
800th goal scored: Jessica Smith unassisted vs. Moberly, April 17, 2010
850th goal scored: Ashleigh Paschel unassisted vs. Central, May 12th, 2010

1st goal scored in the Camdenton Invitational Soccer Tournament: Stephanie Kirvan from
Alisha “Girdy” Morice, April 25th, 2008

Winners of Camdenton Invitational Soccer Tournament:
2008 – Camdenton Lady Lakers over Mexico Lady Bulldogs (3-1)
2009 – Camdenton Lady Lakers over Barstow Lady Knights (2-1 pk shootout)
2010 – Camdenton Lady Lakers over Southern Boone County Eagles (6-2)

Longest winning streak: 12 matches; April 22nd – May 14th, 2002

Fastest goal scored by Camdenton to start a match: 24 seconds – Stephanie Kirvan from
Jessica Smith vs. Branson, April 16th, 2009

Fastest goal scored by Camdenton to start a half: 12 seconds – Ashleigh Paschel unassisted
vs. Richland, March 24th, 2010 (second half)

Most consecutive starts for a single player in a career: 95 by Chelsey VanHook – March
19th, 2007 vs. Richland (5-0 win) through May 18th, 2010 vs. Rolla (2-0 loss)
Record during her streak: 62-32-1 (.659)
Top Single Season Leading Goal Scorers:      Top Single Season Career Assist Leaders:
38, Lindsey Vize, 2002*                      18, Meg Agnew, 2002*
28, Meg Agnew, 2002*                         17, Lindsey Vize, 2002*
26, Latea LaRue, 2009                        15, Stevie Sorensen, 2003
24, Stephanie Kirvan, 2009                   14, Haley Baker, 2010
22, Meg Manzer, 2008                         14, Latea LaRue, 2008
21, Miriam Taylor, 2010*                     14, Lindsey Vize, 2002
20, Ashleigh Paschel, 2010                   13, Jessica Smith, 2010
19, Jenny Melton, 2006                       12, Hayley Christensen, 2006
18, Jana Neal, 2003                          11, Blaire Baker, 2007
18, Rachael Neal, 1999                       11, Hayley Baker, 2009*
14, Hayley Christensen, 2006                 11, Meg Manzer, 2008
14, Ashleigh “Pey Pey” Paschel, 2009*        11, Jenny Melton, 2006
14, Stephanie Kirvan, 2008                   11, Jennifer Sulze, 2005
14, Jenny Melton, 2005                       10, Stephanie Kirvan, 2009
                                             10, Chelsi Libby, 2010
                                             10, Jessica Smith, 2009
                                             10, Miriam Taylor, 2010*

Top Single Season Leader in Points (Goals = 2 pts / Assists = 1 pt)
93, Lindsey Vize, 2002*
74, Meg Agnew, 2002*
60, Latea LaRue, 2009
58, Stephanie Kirvan, 2009
55, Meg Manzer, 2008
52, Miriam Tyalor, 2010*
49, Jenny Melton, 2006
48, Ashleigh “Pey Pey” Paschel, 2010
40, Hayley Christensen, 2006
40, Rachael Neal, 1999
38, Jana Neal, 2003
37, Ashleigh Paschel, 2009*
37, Jennifer Sulze, 2005
36, Hayley Christensen, 2004
35, Stephanie Kirvan, 2008
Top Career Leading Goal Scorers:              Top Career Assist Leaders:
60, Lindsey Vize, 1999-2002                   43, Lindsey Vize, 1999-2002
48, Jenny Melton, 2003-2006                   32, Hayley Christensen, 2004-2006
40, Ashleigh Paschel, 2008-20010              28, Haley Baker, 2008-2010
38 Stephanie Kirvan, 2008-2009                26, Latea LaRue, 2007-2009
38, Latea LaRue, 2007-2009                    25, Jenny Melton, 2003-2006
38, Jana Neal, 2000-2003                      25 Stevie Sorensen, 2001-2004
33, Meg Manzer, 2005-2008                     24 Blaire Baker, 2005-2008
32, Hayley Christensen, 2004-2006             22. Chelsea “Mantis” Williams, 2003-2006
30, Jennifer Sulze, 2002-2005                 20, Ashleigh “Pey Pey” Paschel, 2008-2010
28, Meg Agnew, 2002                           18, Meg Agnew, 2002
27, Maddie Payne, 2000-2003                   17, Stephanie Kirvan, 2008-2009
27, Chelsea “Mantis” Williams, 2003-2006      17, Maddie Payne, 2000-2003




Top Career Leader in Points (Goals = 2 pts / Assists = 1 pt)
163, Lindsey Vize, 1999-2002
121, Jenny Melton, 2003-2006
106, Latea LaRue, 2007-2009
100, Ashleigh Paschel, 2008-2010
96, Hayley Christensen, 2004-2006
93, Stephanie Kirvan, 2008-2009
83, Jana Neal, 2000-2003
77, Meg Manzer, 2005-2008
74, Meg Agnew, 2002
74, Chelsea Williams, 2003-2006
73, Jennifer Sulze, 2002-2005
71, Maddie Payne, 2000-2003
64, Haley Baker, 2007-2010
61, Jessica Smith, 2007-2010
59, Stevie Sorensen, 2001-2004
56, Kara Simpson, 1998-2001

								
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