Nolan Weber

December 21, 2013
It is with a very heavy heart that Jackson Soccer mourns the loss of one of it's own, our Hero Warrior, Nolan Weber. Nolan's strength, character, and infectious smile taught us all how to Believe. Nolan, Jackson Soccer will never, ever forget you. You have touched us all, and have greatly enriched our lives for having had the opportunity to call you our friend and teammate.

 

The 2015 Season Is Underway!

The Jackson Varsity/JV soccer season opened up to a packed house Friday night! In this matchup versus Saxony Lutheran, the varsity boys came away with a 7-0 victory. A very strong defensive effort, plus goals by Josh Scholl (2), Liam Gray (2), Justice Crosnoe (2), and Aaron Voshage (1) helped to seal the deal for the Indians. The JV also had a tremendous night, with a 6-0 victory over the Saxony JV squad. Thanks to everyone who came out and supported the Jackson soccer program this opening night!

 

The Varsity Indians Defeat Poplar Bluff 7-2

The Jackson Indians kicked off the annual Notre Dame SoccerFest Tournament with a decisive win over conference rival Poplar Bluff. Now onto the semifinals versus Perryville!

 

 

A Home Win Versus Carbondale

The Varsity defeated Carbondale by the score of 4-2. The Indians scoring was led by Aaron Voshage with 3 goals, Justice Crosnoe with a goal and an assist, and Liam Gray with 3 assists. The Junior Varsity won by a score of 3-0, with Kaleb Irby recording all 3 goals.

 

The Indians Take 3rd Place In The Notre Dame Soccerfest

After the win over Poplar Bluff, the Indians took a tough 3-1 loss to (eventual tournament champion) Perryville in the semifinals. The boys rebounded for a strong finish, with a 5-1 win over Cape Central in the 3rd place game.

 

 

The Indians Were Looking Forward To A Thriller In Farmington

The Varsity Indians won an extremely hard fought, intense, and thrilling game on the road in Farmington. In a game that included 10 shots on goal by each team, Jackson prevailed in the PK shootout. With penalty kicks being converted by Colten Weber, Josh Scholl, Liam Gray, and Hunter Kelpe; the Indians won the shootout 4-2, thus earning the 1-0 victory. With a tremendous effort throughout the game (and especially the shootout), goalkeeper Brayden Emmons was certainly the man of the match! In a very solidly played game, the Junior Varsity was victorious by a score of 2-0.
Link To Farmington News Article.

 

The Indians Take Down Fox

Goalkeeper Brayden Emmons and the Indians defense led the way, posting their 3rd shutout of the season. Josh Scholl and Liam Gray each contributed two goals apiece, and Justice Crosnoe added another. The team showed solid play from the back line, through the midfield, and on into the front line. The Junior Varsity won their matchup by a final of 3-1, with goals by Tanner Walton, Kaleb Irby, and Colten Seyer.

 

A Tough Overtime Loss To District Foe Seckman

Despite holding a 1-0 lead through the majority of the match, the varsity boys allowed Seckman to equalize deep into the second half and take the game into extra time. Both sides had opportunities to close it out; however, it was the home team that netted the deciding goal. The Junior Varsity boys were able score early, and maintain their 2-0 lead until the final whistle. The JV boys overall record is now 7 wins and 1 loss.

 

Parkway Tournament Results

Jackson's opening match of the tournament was against Parkway West on Friday evening. The game was played to a 1-1 draw, despite a very solid effort by the entire team. Next, the Indians played a physical match versus Parkway North, that once again ended with a 1-1 result. In the third and final game of the tournament, Jackson finally recorded a win in defeating Parkway South by a score of 5-3. The entire tournament included some very physical play, that should serve to prepare the boys as they head into the second half of the season.

 

Jackson Defeats Conference Rival Sikeston 2-0

The Varsity boys dominated touches, shots and time of possession in the first half; however, the match remained 0-0 at the mid mark. In the second half, the Indians finally broke free with two laser shot goals from Josh Scholl (1) and Hunter Crowden (1). The Varsity Indians are now 3-0 in Semo Conference Play. Link To Standard Democrat News Article
In the JV contest, Sikeston was short on players; therefore, only one half was played. The result was a 0-0 tie.

Jackson Logs Another Conference Win Vs Poplar Bluff

The Indians scored early and went on to defeat the Mules by a score of 4-1. Liam Gray netted two goals. Drew Brown and Justice Crosnoe added one goal apiece. In the JV matchup, despite outshooting their opponent significantly, the JV Indians came away with a 1-1 draw.

The Indians Shutout Notre Dame 4-0 In Their 1st Meeting Of The Year

Josh Scholl recorded a Hat Trick to lead the scoring. Jackson displayed an outstanding defensive effort led by Brayden Emmons, Kam Christensen, Brayden Wilson, Hunter Crowden and Colten Weber! All-in-all, the game's outcome was the result of tremendous team play! The JV squad made it a clean sweep, with a 2-0 win. Nice job Indians!

 

Jackson Gets Upended By Late Goal At Lindbergh

The Indians played a very even match versus Lindbergh; however, gave up the loan goal of the game with about 10 minutes to play. The boys had their chances, but just couldn't seem to get one into the net. The JV also fell, by a score of 3-0.

 

The Indians Take Down Cape Central 7-0

Jackson scored early and often, in defeating the cross town rival Tigers. Aaron Voshage, Josh Scholl, and Eion Vaughn each scored two goals. Hunter Kelpe added a goal, and Liam Gray recorded 3 assists. The Indians move to 5-0 in conference play. With a win next week vs Notre Dame, the boys will capture their 2nd consecutive SEMO Conference Championship. The JV team won their matchup with a strong 5-0 result.

Senior Night Brings A Second Straight SEMO Conference Championship!

On this night, Jackson honors it's Senior Varsity Soccer Players; Hunter Kelpe, Brayden Wilson, Kam Christensen, Caleb Wadley, and Aaron Voshage! Fittingly, The Indians defeated Notre Dame 3-1 this evening; and in doing so, completed SEMO Conference play with a record of 6-0. The Indians have now won back-to-back SEMO Conference Championships!

A Great District Win Over Northwest!

The Indians finally came out on the right side of a close, one goal game up in St. Louis. After allowing Northwest to tie it up 2-2 late in regulation, Jackson netted the winning goal a couple of minutes into the first overtime period. Individual goals by Aaron Voshage, Liam Gray, and Justice Crosnoe. Josh Scholl added two assists. The Jackson JV fell to the Northwest JV squad by a score of 1-0.

The Indians Defeat Fredericktown

In their final regular season game, the varsity Indians scored 8 goals in the first half, and came away with an 8-1 victory! Most of the JV squad got the opportunity to log their first varsity playing time in the second half. Jackson finishes regular season play with a record of 14 wins, 3 losses, & 2 ties.

Jackson Takes Down Seckman In The 1st Round Of The District Playoffs

The Indians jumped out to a 2-0 lead with 2 goals by Josh Scholl in the first half, then held on to defeat Seckman by the final score of 2-1. The Indians play Eureka High School on Wednesday for the Class 4 District 1 Championship!

2015 - A Fantastic Season For The Jackson Indians!

The Indians 2015 season came to a dramatic end on Wednesday night in The Class 4 District 1 championship match. Although the final result was what not what the team was looking for, the team's accomplishments and resolve showed that they can compete with the top teams in the state. After falling behind 1-0 in the first half, the Indians equalized on a header by Drew Brown with 9 minutes to play in regulation. Throughout the match, the boys had a number of opportunities to score what could have amounted to a game winner; unfortunately, it was not to be. Eureka went on to net the golden goal winner in the early stages of overtime. Wow, what a dramatic game! The Indians have a lot to be proud of after finishing with a 15-4-2 record, a SEMO Conference Championship, and a 2nd place finish in Class 4 District 1. Our 5 seniors provided tremendous leadership in attaining each of these accomplishments, and therefore, will be greatly missed next year! Looking forward, this fantastic season should serve to set up next year's returning squad with an opportunity for great things in 2016!

The 2013 Season - Jackson Men's Soccer

December 2, 2013
The 2013 season brought some ups and downs for the Indians; however, they showed their fighting spirit every step of the way. With the leadership of their skilled upperclassmen, Jackson's young team showed that there is good reason to be optimistic about the future. Congratulations to Jackson's 2013 All-District and All-Conference Sellections
All-District
Mikey Depuy
Clay Darnell
All-Conference 1st Team
Mikey Depuy
Kendall Townsend
All-Conference 2nd Team
Curtis Shrum
Clay Darnell
Aaron Voshage
All-Conference Honorable Mention
Brayden Wilson

The 2013 Season Ends With A District Semifinal Loss

November 5, 2013
The Indians fought hard, but ended up with a 3-0 loss to Seckman in the semifinals of the Class 3 District 1 tournament.

A Strong Conference Win Versus Saxony Lutheran

October 29, 2013
The Indians posted early goals, and then cruised to a 10-0 win. Led by two goals each from Clay Darnell, Ryan Harvey, and Josh Scholl, Jackson displayed strong team play throughout the match. With the win, Jackson completes the 2013 season with a final SEMO Conference record of 4 wins and 2 losses.

 

The Indians Win Over Perryville On Senior Night

October 28, 2013
This one's for the seniors! With the Indians defense playing a stellar match, Ryan Harvey scored near the end of regulation to even the score at 1-1. In the second overtime period, senior Mikey Depuy served up a nice corner kick that Liam Gray was able to send into the net, for the dramatic win over the Pirates.

 

Jackson And Notre Dame Split The Season Series

October 23, 2013
The Indians and Bulldogs evened their season series after Notre Dame registered the win in Jackson on Wednesday night.

 

A Late Game Loss To Rockwood Summit

October 19, 2013
Jackson lost on the road Saturday, after a late PK gave Rockwood Summit the 2-1 win.

 

The Indians Win Big Over Cape Central

October 16, 2013
Jackson avenged it's previous overtime loss to Cape by winning 5-0 on Wednesday night. Senior Kendall Townsend recorded a hat trick with his three goals. Liam Gray added a goal and three assists, and Josh Scholl had a goal and an assist. In the JV contest, Colten Weber converted on a penalty kick to give Jackson a 1-0 victory over the Cape JV squad.

 

An Overtime Thriller In Farmington

October 15, 2013
Jackson and Farmington played 80 minutes of regular time 0-0. In overtime Farmington managed a slippery goal on a wet field to end it at 1-0. The JV squads played to a 1-1 draw, with Colten Weber scoring on an assist from Drew Brown.

 

A Road Loss At Lindbergh

October 12, 2013
Jackson traveled to St. Louis to take on Lindbergh High School on Saturday. After a 0-0 first half, the varsity couldn't hold and finished with a 3-0 ending score. The JV also lost by a final of 2-0.

 

Jackson Takes Down Rival Notre Dame

October 9, 2013
The Indians and Bulldogs squared off in an evenly matched game on Wednesday night. Jackson scored with under three minutes to play to earn the 1-0 victory on Notre Dame's home field. The Jackson JV played well against a deeper Notre Dame JV, and managed a 0-0 tie.

 

Jackson Defeats Poplar Bluff At Home

October 7, 2013
The varstity took down Poplar Bluff for the second time this year. Josh Scholl scored the lone goal of the game, for a 1-0 outcome. The junior varsity also played very well, and managed a 1-1 tie against the Mules' JV squad.

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The Indians Fall To Parkway South

October 4, 2013
After managing a 2-2 tie versus the Patriots in their prior matchup, the varsity traveled to Parkway South on Friday, and lost by a final score of 3-0.

 

Jackson Upsets Seckman In A Big Home Win

October 2, 2013
Seckman traveled to Jackson brandishing an 11-2 record on Wednesday night. With goals by Liam Gray and Mikey Depuy, the Indians jumped out to a 2-0 first half lead. After allowing a late second half goal, Jackson held on for the 2-1 win.

 

A Nice Win On The Road In Sikeston

October 1, 2013
Led by a very strong defensive effort, and two goals from Hunter Crowden; the Indians come away with a much needed 3-1 win against Sikeston!

 

A Tough Double-Overtime Loss To Cape Central

September 24, 2013
The Indians played their hearts out in a tough back and forth battle with Cape. The deciding goal was scored with 19 seconds remaining in the final overtime period, for a 3-2 final.

 

The Parkway Tournament

September 20, 2013
The Indians completed their three games of the Parkway Tournament. They fell 2-0 to Parkway Central in the first game. They then made a strong comeback to tie Parkway South 2-2 in their second match. In their final game, they lost another close contest, 1-0 to Parkway North.

The Indians Fall to Mehlville.

September 18, 2013
The Indians suffer a tough loss to a very skilled Mehlville team. Despite a valiant effort, the Indians were seemingly overmatched against a deep Mehlville squad filled with upperclassmen.

 

Jackson Defeats Carbondale In Home Opener

September 12, 2013
In the first half, the varsity Indians produced the only goal of the game, when senior Kendall Townsend received a touch pass from Mikey Depuy and deftly placed the ball past the Carbondale goalie. In the junior varsity game, the JV Indians improved their record to 1-1, with a convincing 3-0 win over the Carbondale JV team.

 

The Indians Notch First Win Of The Season!

September 6, 2013
In their second round game of the Notre Dame Soccerfest, the Indians knocked off Poplar Bluff in overtime by a score of 3-2.