Carrera Players Earn 2010 High School Honors
Jun 03 2010 - Terry Cavin
CARRERA PLAYERS HONORED!!!!!!!!!
CLASS 3 ALL-STATE
Adrian Kelly (RBHS) - First Team
Carrie Levy (RBHS) - Honorable Mention
CLASS 1 ALL-STATE
Kelly Ross (Moberly) - First Team
2010 CENTRAL MISSOURI ALL-STARS
Kinsey Shouse - Player of the Game
CLASS 3 CENTRAL REGION
Adrian Kelly (RBHS) - Co-Player of the Year
Carrie Levy (RBHS) - Co-Goalkeeper of the Year
CLASS 3 ALL-CENTRAL TEAM
Adrian Kelly (RBHS)
Carrie Levy (RBHS)
Emily Mantle (JCHS)
Jessie Ross (HHS)
Monica Ross (HHS)
Kinsey Shouse (JCHS)
CLASS 2 CENTRAL REGION
Kelly Ross (Moberly) Offensive Player of the Year
Class 3 District 10 Honors
Kinsey Shouse (JCHS) - Offensive Player of the Year
Katie Evers (JCHS) - 1st Team
Emily Mantle (JCHS) - 1st Team
Kinsey Shouse (JCHS) - 1st Team
Molly Cowley (JCHS) - 2nd Team
Kelly Strope (JCHS) - Honorable Mention
Class 2 District 7
Kelly Ross (Moberly) - 1st Team
Sarah Ogar (Mexico)
Carrera 2008 College Committments
Feb 06 2008 - Terry Cavin
Katie Denning - William Woods University
Liz Gayer - University of Missouri
Caty Newbold - William Woods University
Katie Pritchard - Drury University
Lauren Robb - Central Methodist
Kelsey Sanders - William Woods University
Melissa Young - Missouri University of Science & Technology (Rolla)
Carrera Players in the NEWS!
May 29 2008 - Staff Writer
Janelle Cordia - 2008 Academic All-Big 12 Soccer Team
2008 Carrera HS Honors
Class 1 All-District Teams
1st team - Mackenzie Kelly, Kirksville; Sarah Hotop, Mexico, Shawn Beard, Moberly; Tillie Bill, So. Boone; Sarah Ogar, Mexico.
Class 2 All-District Teams
1st Team - Emily Downing, JC; Caty Newbold, Helias; Lauren Robb, CH; Danielle Baumgartener, Helias; Katie Denning, JC; Liz Gayer, CH; Alex Litofsky, RB; Kelsey Sanders, JC; Melissa Young, Helias
2nd Team - Kelly Strope, JC
Honorable Mention - Kelsey Konrardy,RB; Carrie Levy, RB; Kelsey Mueller, Helisa; Beau Reiske, RB; Rachel Rutter, RB.
CLASS 2 Central Region Team
Katie Denning, JC; Melissa Young, Helias; Liz Gayer, CH; Kelsey Sanders, JC
CLASS 1 Central Region Team
Sarah Hotop, Mexico; Shawn Beard, Moberly; Tillie Bill, So. Boone: Sarah Ogar, Mexico
Player of the Year: Shawn Beard
Defensive Player of the year: Sarah Hotop
Offensive Player of the year: Tillie Bill
2008 All-Ozarks Conference Team
Katie Pritchard, Waynesville; Lauren Kelly, Waynesville; Shawna Neely, Waynesville
CLASS 2 District 11 Honors
Off. Player of the year: Katie Pricthard, Waynesville. Lauren Kelly, Waynesville
May 22 2007 - Staff
The Carrera Soccer Club reached a milestone when the U12-Wilden team recorded the 100th Club Championship with their 1st Place finish in the Capital's Season Finale tournament. Congratulations to the U12 team and to ALL Carrera teams that have contributed to this impressive record.
Apr 15 2010 - Staff writer
Out of the 5 age groups in the recent JC SoccerFest tournament, three Carrera teams were honored with Sportsmanship Awards. Carrera U11 Purple, Carrera U12 and Carrera U13 Purple received the awards for conduct on and off the field during the tournament. Congratuations to these players, coaches and parents for their recognition as "ambassadors of the game."
CARRERA HOSTS THE MID-MISSOURI FRIENDLIES!
Mar 18 2010 - Terry Cavin
Please join the Capital Soccer Club, Carrera Soccer Club & Columbia Soccer Club for the Mid-Missouri Friendlies for the spring 2010 season. These Central District Clubs have stepped in to fill the void left by the loss of the Central Missouri Soccer League.
Carrera U18 2007 College Search Kickoff
Jun 22 2007 - Staff Writer
Carrera-Pitchford U18 finished strong with two wins and 1 tie at the 2007 College Search Kickoff (CSK). CSK is an invitational showcase for youth soccer players who want to play on the college level and are getting ready to enter their junior or senior year in high school in the fall. USA and Canadian U16, U17 and U18 club and league select teams are eligible.
Carrera U18 is the third Carrera team to be invited to this prestigious event since 1999.
CollegeInfo and the Iowa Soccer Association sponsor CSK. Each year, 96 selected youth teams (48 boys and 48 girls) from clubs and leagues in the USA and Canada compete before 300+ college coaches from the Midwest and beyond. Colleges from all academic and athletic levels—NCAA Division I, II and III plus NAIA, NJCAA and Independents are represented
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