Its mission of a repeat district championship fell short, but the Camdenton High School girls' soccer team added another strong season to the record books in 2012. Camdenton finished 17-8-1 overall and won two regular season tournaments. The Lady Lakers were 6-3 in conference play and had two players score over 20 goals.
Its mission of a repeat district championship fell short, but the Camdenton High School girls' soccer team added another strong season to the record books in 2012.
Camdenton finished 17-8-1 overall and won two regular season tournaments. The Lady Lakers were 6-3 in conference play and had two players score over 20 goals.
Those two players, sophomore Whitney Snow and junior Miriam Taylor, were named all-district co-offensive players of the year.
Camdenton won the Moberly Tournament and the Lady Laker Invitational. After a 2-4 start, the Lady Lakers went undefeated in their next nine games. CHS beat Waynesville 3-2 on April 10 in a thrilling home match. Nine days later, Camdenton won at Rolla for the first time in program history.
What they lose
Cassie Hale, Allison Halderman, Cassie Dorman, Danielle Brooks and Annie Rice all graduate. Hale and Halderman were four-year starters. Halderman has the most consecutive starts (99) by any CHS girls player. Hale's the first Lady Laker to be named all-district at two positions (midfielder, goalkeeper).
What they bring back
A lot. The team's top seven goal scorers are eligible to return. Snow and Taylor will be a tough duo to handle, and Morgan Henry drives the offense with her passing and top-notch vision. Henry's 18 assists tied Meg Agnew's single-season record set in 2002.
If everyone comes back, CHS will be loaded in 2013. Camdenton will have to replace four starters but most of its offense this season came from non-seniors. It'll be a surprise if the Lady Lakers aren't in their district title game for the third straight season.
By the numbers
Whitney Snow 23; Miriam Taylor 22; Morgan Henry 11; Megan Weber 8; Faith Scheidemantle 7; Grace Scheidemantle 6; Danica Brewer 5; Cassie Dorman 4; Bri Bullock 3; Annie Rice 3; Danielle Brooks 2; Allison Halderman 1; Cassie Hale 1; Maddie Henry 1; Aly Meeker 1; Lindsey Morice 1
Morgan Henry 18; Whitney Snow 16; Miriam Taylor 15; Danielle Brooks 8; Megan Weber 8; Grace Scheidemantle 5; Cassie Dorman 3; Allison Halderman 3; Lindsey Morice 3; Bri Bullock 1; Aly Meeker 1; Faith Scheidemantle 1
Cassie Hale 125 (.88 save percentage); Erica Dorhauer 6
Class 3, District 10
Player of the year — Jourdan Kilthau, 11th, Waynesville
Co-offensive players of the year — Whitney Snow, 10th, Camdenton & Miriam Taylor, 11th, Camdenton
Defensive player of the year — Kaitlyn Winking, 11th, Waynesville
Goalie of the year — Cheyenne Forshey, 12th, Waynesville
Coach of the year — Mike Gow, Waynesville
2012 all-district teams
Carsyn Beard, 12th, Defender, Lebanon
Jesslyn Clark, 12th, Midfielder, Waynesville
Sarah Dowling, 12th, Forward, Waynesville
Cheyenne Forshey, 12th, Goalie, Waynesville
Morgan Henry, 10th, Midfielder, Camdenton
Nicole Howard, 10th, Forward, Rolla
Jourdan Kilthau, 11th, Defender, Waynesville
Whitney Snow, 10th, Midfielder, Camdenton
Miriam Taylor, 11th, Forward, Camdenton
Taylor Tronstad, 12th, Defender, Rolla
Natasha Ugbah, 12th, Forward, West Plains
Kaitlyn Winking, 11th, Defender, Waynesville
Abigale Zimmerman, 12th, Forward, Lebanon
Loriann Clark, 11th, Midfielder, Waynesville
Bailey Dent, 11th, Forward, Rolla
Allison Halderman, 12th, Defender, Camdenton
Cassie Hale, 12th, Goalie, Camdenton
Suzanne Hones, 11th, Midfielder, West Plains
Rhiannon Moore, 11th, Midfielder, Waynesville
Meagan Morgan, 10th, Forward, Waynesville
Grace Scheidemantle, 10th, Midfielder, Camdenton
Carly Shannon, 11th, Midfielder, West Plains
Elizabeth Sisson, 10th, Midfielder, Waynesville
Emilee Starnes, 11th, Midfielder, Lebanon
Desiree Strief, 12th, Defender, Lebanon
Kendra Wood, 12th, Midfielder, Rolla
London Clift, 9th, Rolla
Natalie Craun, 9th, Rolla
Jadian Hansmann, 10th, West Plains
Makayla Hildebrand, 11th, Lebanon
Brittni Morgan, 11th, Lebanon
Kimberly Pryor, 11th, Waynesville
Meggy Ross, 9th, Rolla
Alexandria Timmins, 9th, Wanesville
Suzanna Tullos, 11th, West Plains
Megan Weber, 11th, Camdenton
Tori Wood, 11th, Lebanon