OFFICIAL PROGRAM - Licking Summer Camp

LICKING SUMMER CAMP 2015
Exclusively for Girls • Now in our 22nd Year
OFFICIAL PROGRAM
VOLLEYBALL 2015
June 5-6
Rolla
June 10-11 Arnold
June 19-20 Quincy, IL
*June 24-26 Rolla Expanded
July 6-7
Farmington
*July 9-11 Rolla Expanded
*July 16-18 Branson
July 21-22 Joplin
July 23-24 Lake of the Ozarks
A Summer
Tradition
Since
1993
BASKETBALL 2015
May 29-30
June 4-5
*June 11-13
June 12-13
June 19-20
*June 24-26
July 6-7
July 10-11
*July 16-18
Rolla
Belton
Branson
Rolla
Rolla
Branson
Lake of the Ozarks
Arnold
Rolla Expanded
Contact
*three day camps
information:
Dave Almany
www.lickingcamps.com • [email protected]
PO Box 20501, St. Louis, MO 63139
636-232-4688
*three day camps
SP0NSORS
www.lickingcamps.com
www.lickingcamps.com
2015 Licking Summer Camps
Volleyball Schedule
2015 Licking Summer Camps
Basketball Schedule
June 5-6
June 10-11
June 19-20
June 24-26*
July 6-7
July 9-11*
July 16-18*
July 21-22
July 23-24
May 29-30
June 4-5
June 11-13*
June 12-13
June 19-20
June 24-26*
July 6-7
July 10-11
July 16-18*
Rolla
Arnold
Quincy, IL
Rolla Expanded
Farmington
Rolla Expanded
Branson
Joplin
Lake of the Ozarks
*three day camps
Rolla
Belton
Branson
Rolla
Rolla
Branson
Lake of the Ozarks
Arnold
Rolla Expanded
*three day camps
LICKING SUMMER CAMP “a summer tradition since 1993”
Tired of playing the same old
teams over and over all summer
long? We have quality teams
from 11 states to build you a
competitive schedule.
“It cost our players $78 a piece to come to your camp. That is for
everything and included coach’s expenses. Unbelievable value!
We played great competition, had a world of fun and the food
and motels were great. It would be unfair to our kids if we did not
bring them to your camp. We will be back!”
We are proud to welcome
back the Missouri University
of Science and Technology
as a corporate camp sponsor for the Licking Summer
Camps. After a two year construction induced absence,
our Rolla, MO camps will be
returning in 2015 to S&T’s
now fully air-conditioned
Bullman Multi-Purpose building. For the 2015 summer season,
Missouri S&T will sponsor all of our All-Camp teams. Also, the
S&T Admissions Office is in the planning stages of developing
for our camp attendees informational programs that will focus
on the basics of beginning the college search. We anticipate
this to be a valuable informative opportunity for families with
students approaching the college years. Not only will the newly remodeled facilities enhance the camp experience of our
teams in Rolla, the exposure to the potential of S&T we expect
to be a life changing experience for many of our athletes.
Fully Air Conditioned Rolla Missouri S&T Buhlman Multi-Purpose Building
www.lickingcamps.com
Rolla Inclusive Promotion
$49 for two day camps/$99 for three day camp
2 Day Rolla Camps
3 Day Rolla Extended Camp
Here is what $49 Will Buy:
Here is what $99 Will Buy:
Food: 4+ Meals
Food: 7 Meals
*Sirloin Stockade $12.65 menu value
1 Adult Buffet with limitless drink refills
*Tip Off Cook Out $10.00 menu value
All you can eat and drink (11 am to 1 pm first day of camp)
*Panera Bread $10.27 menu value
Purchase Pick 2 from Café menu
*Free Breakfast at the Motel
*Sirloin Stockade $12.65 menu value
1 Adult Buffet with limitless drink refills
*Cook Out at the River $12.00 menu value (award-winning Hicks BBQ)
Pulled Pork with all the fixings and a drink
*Panera Bread $9.57 menu value
Purchase Pick 2 from Café menu
*Papa John $8.50 menu value
Pizza plus drink
*Jimmy John’s $9.25 menu value
*Two Mornings of Free Breakfast at the Motel
Motel: 1 Night
*Baymont, Best Western, Super 7, Green Stay Inn
One night lodging with Free Breakfast
Fun:
*Splash Zone: Free Swim Party
NEW *Colored Camp Shirt with Name and # on the back
And the Coach Is Free
Motel: 2 Nights
*Baymont, Best Western, Super 7, Green Stay Inn
Two nights lodging with two mornings of Free Breakfast
Fun:
*Splash Zone: Free Swim Party
EXTRAS
Contact Dave at 636-232-4688
www.lickingcamps.com
*Two Extra matches ($80 team value)
NEW *Colored Camp Shirt with Name and # on the back
*Team Float Trip ($30.00 per person value)
*Free Souvenir Team Photo Package ($50.00 value)
And the Coach Is Free
Rolla Camp Inclusive Promotion
FAQ Questions
Q: Is there a meal option available at all camps? A: No. Only the camps
in Rolla offer the meal option.
Q: How will the coaches eat and sleep free promotion in Rolla work?
A: For every ten coupon bought, packages, the coaches will be given a
free room, meals and all entertainment coupons that the regular package contains.
Q: When will we receive the coupons? A: When you register for camp,
or at the motel if you come in a day early. You can send payment with
your registration entry.
Q: Can parents and others in our traveling party buy the coupon package? A: Yes and the purchase will count towards the ten requirements
for a free coach’s stay.
Branson Camps Motel FAQ Questions
Q: Do we reserve rooms with the motels ourselves? A: No. We will make
all the arrangements. Send us the registration form, we will take it from
there. You will receive a confirmation e-mail.
Q: How do we pay for the rooms? A: You will pay the motel directly when
you check in.
Q: What about taxes? A: Bring your schools tax exempt letter with you.
Without it, you will be responsible for the taxes.
Q: Can parents and others in our traveling party get the motel discount?
A: Yes. Include them on this registration form.
Q: What is the cost of each motel: Branson Regal $49.99, Days Inn
$57.00, Greenbrier $49.95, Fall Creek $55.00, Blossom Inn $49.95 Barrington $62.00
Q: Can we purchase just the motel option? A: NO.
Q: How many will be assigned to each room? A: The maximum number will be four. The rooms will be evenly divided amongst the number
of those who purchase coupons. If the coaches’ room is free, it will be
private.
Q: What about taxes? A: Bring your schools tax exempt letter with you.
Without it, you will be responsible for the taxes. You will need to pay the
city tax which is set at 1 ½ %.
Q: If we come in a day early, or stay a day late, can we purchase an
extra night rooms? A: Yes. $62 per room.
Q: Can we buy extra meal tickets? A.: Yes, $26 a ticket.
“If you bring your team to Rolla and
buy the coupons, you cannot,
and I repeat, cannot, beat the price
of the Licking Summer Camps.
Unbelievable value.”
2014 Roll Call of Teams
A
Adair CO Brashear
Adair CO Novinger
Adrian
Advance
Afton, MO
Afton, OK
Albany
Alpena, AR
Alton Marquette
Alton, IL
Alton, MO
Altoona. KS
Alwood, IL
Annawan, IL
Appleton City
Arcadia Valley
Archie
Ark City, KS
Ash Grove
Ashland
Assumption. IA
Atchinson CO, KS
Athens, IL
Atkins, OK
Auburn, IL
Aurora Christ., IL
Ava
B
Bakersfield
Bald Knob, AR
Barryhill, OK
Batesville, AR Southside
Baxter, IA
Bay. AR
Bayless
Beardstown, IL
Bedford, IA
Beggs, OK
Belle
Bellevile West, IL
Belleville East, IL
Belton
Bentonville. AR
Berkley
Bernie
Bieglow, AR
Billings
Bishop DuBuorg
Bishop LeBlond
Bismark
Blair Oaks
Bloomfield
Blue Eye
Blue Ridge Christian
Blue Springs South
Blue Valley, KS
Bluejacket, OK
Bluestem, KS
Bolivar
Booker T Wash. OK
Booneville, AR
Booneville, MO
Bourbon
Bowling Green
Bradleyville
Brashear
Braymer
Breckenridge
Breese Central, IL
Brentwood Acad., TN
Brighton, TN
Broken Arrow. OK
Bronaugh
Brookfield
Brookland, AR
Brussells, IL
Buffalo Is. Cen., AR
Bunceton
Bunker
Butler
C
Cabool
Cahokia, IL
Calhoun, IL
Calhoun. MO
California
Calvary Lutheran
Camdenton
Cameron
Campbell
Canton
Canton, IL
Cape Girardeau Cent.
Cape Notre Dame
Cardinal Ritter
Carl Junction
Carlisle CO, KY
Carrollton, IL
Carrollton, MO
Carthage
Cass Midway
Cassville
Catoosa, OK
Cedar Catholic, NE
Center, KC
Centerville, IA
Central Arkansas Ch.
Centralia
Chaffe
Chamois
Charleston, IL
Charleston. AR
Chilhowee
Chillicothe
Christian (St. Louis)
Christian Fellowship
Christian Heritage, OK
Civic Memorial, IL
Claremore, OK
Clark County
Clarkton
Clay Center, KS
Clayton
Clearwater
Cleveland Naval ROTC
Clever
Climax Springs
Clinton
Clinton, OK
Clopton
CMB, IA
Coffeyville, KS
Cole Camp
Collinsville, IL
Columbia Hickman
Columbia R. Bridge
Columbia, IL
Columbus, KS
Coming AR
Community Ch. OK
Colcord, OK
Concordia
Conway
Christian, AR
Cookson Hills, OK
Cooter
Cor Jesu
Couch
Coweta, OK
Crane
Crest Ridge
Crocker
Cross Roads Prep
Crystal City
Cuba
Cushman, AR
D
Dadeville
Dakota, IL
Dale, OK
Danville, IA
Davenport West, IA
Davenport, OK
Davis County, IA
Decatur Eisenhower, IL
Decatur Lutheran, IL
Decatur MacArthuer, IL
Decatur St. Teresa, IL
Deer Creek, OK
DeKalb, IL
Delaplaine, AR
Delta
Des Moines East, IA
Desoto
Dexter
Diamond
Dixon
Doniphan
Dora
Drexel
Du Bourg
Duchesne
Dumas, AR
Duncan, OK
DuQuoin, IL
Dyer CO, TN
E
Earle, AR
East Alton, IL
East Buchanan
East Carter
East Newton
East Prairie
East St. Louis, IL
Eddyville, IA
Edwards CO, IL
El Dorado Springs
Eldon
Elk City, OK
Ellington
Ellis, KS
Elsberry
Eminence
Englewood Christian
Enid, OK
Essex
Eugene
Eureka
Evening Shade, AR
Everton
F
FACS, TN
Fair Grove
Fairfield, IA
Fairland, OK
Farmington
Fatima
Fayette
Fayetteville, AR
Festus
Fordland
Forrest City, AR
Forsyth
Fort Madison, IA
Fox
Fr. Tolton Catholic
Francis Howell Cent.l
Francis Howell North
Fredricktown
Ft. Zumwalt North
Ft. Madison, IA
Ft. Zumwalt West
Ft. Zumwalt East
Fulton
Fulton (St. Albans)
Fulton CO, IL
G
Galena, IL
Galena, KS
Galena, MO
Geneseo, IL
Gentry, AR
Glasgow
Glenpool, OK
Goddard, KS
Golden City
Golden City
Gore, OK
Gosnell, AR
Grain Valley
Grandview
Granite City, IL
Green City, MO
Green Co Tech, AR
Green Forest, AR
Green Ridge
Greenbrier, AR
Greenfield, IL
Greenfield, MO
Greenview, IL
Greenville
Greenwood, AR
H
Hallsville
Hancock
Hannibal
Har-Ber, AR
Hardin Central
Harrisburg, AR
Harrisburg, MO
Harrison, AR
Hartsburg-Emden, IL
Hartshorne, OK
Havana, IL
Hayti
Hazelwood West
Heartland Acad.
Heavener, OK
Herculaneum
Heritage
Hermann
Hermitage
Herrin, IL
Hesston, KS
Heyworth, IL
Higbee
Higginsville
Highland Park, KS
Highland, IL
Highland, MO
Hillcrest
Hillsboro
Hogan Prep
Holcomb
Holden
Hollister
Houston
Humboldt, KS
Huntsville, AR
Hurley
I
Iberia
Illini Central
Illini West
Incarnate Word
Iowa City, IA
Iowa Falls, IA
Iowa Valley, IA
IVC, IL
Izard County, AR
J
J.F. Kennedy
Jackson
Jamestown
Jay, OK
JC Westside, AR
Jefferson
Jefferson City
Jefferson City Helias
Jefferson West, KS
Jennings
Jesseville,AR
John Burroughs
Jones, OK
Jonesboro, AR
Joplin-McAully
K
Kankakee, IL
Kansas City Center
Kansas, IL
Kennett
Keokuk, IA
Keys, OK
Kickapoo
Kiefer, OK
Kingston
Kingsville
Kirkland-Hiawatha, IL
Kirksville
Kirkwood
Knob Noster
Knoxville, IA
Knoxville, IL
Koshkonong
L
La Pine, OR
Lafayette, KY
Lafayette-St. Louis
Lakeland
Lamar, AR
Lansing, KS
LaQuey
Lathrop
Lawson
Lebanon
Lee’s Summit
Leeton
Leland. IL
LeMonte
Lenox, IA
Lestervllle
Lexington, MO
Lexington, OK
Liberal
Liberty (KC)
Liberty, IL
Licking
Lift for Life Academy
Lincoln, 1L
Lincoln, AR
Lincoln, MO
Lindbergh
Linn
Linn-Mar, IA
Lockwood
Logan-Rogersville
Lone Jack
Lone Oak, KY
Louisa-Muscatine, IA
Louisiana
Lovejoy, IL
Lutheran .St. Charles
Lutheran North
Lutheran South
Lutheran Springfield
Lutie
M
MacDonald County
Mack’s Creek
Macon
Madison, IL
Madison, MO
Magazine, OK
Mahomet-Seymour, IL
Malden
Manila, AR
Mansfield, AR
Mansfield, MO
Maranatha Baptist
Marceline
Marion County
Marion, IL
Marionville
Mark Twain
Marquard
Marshall
Marshall CO, KY
Marshalltown, IA
Marshfield
Mary Inst./Country Day
Marynard, AR
Maryville
Mascoutah, IL
Massac County, IL
Mater Dei, IL
Maysville
McAuley (Joplin)
Meadow Heights
Melbourne, AR
Memphis FACS, TN
Mendon, IL
Mercer CO, IL
Meridian, IL
Metro Christian, OK
Mexico
Mid Buchanan
Middleton, TN
Midland, IL
Midway
Milan
Miller
Miller Career Acad.
Millwood, TN
Moberly
Monett
Monroe City
Montgomery County
Montrose
Morrison
Morrison, IL
Morrisville
Mound City
Mount St. Mary, OK
Mount Vernon
Mountain Grove
Mountain Home, AR
Mountain View-Lib.
Mt. St. Mary’s, OK
Mt. Zion, IL
Mulberry Grove, IL
Muldrow, OK
Mulvane, KS
Muskogee, OK
N
Nashville. AR
Naylor
NE Kansas City
Neelyville
Neodesha, KS
Neosho
Nerinx Hall
Nettleton, AR
Nevada
New Berlin, IL
New Covenant Acad.
New Franklin
New Haven
New London, IA
Newark, IL
Newburg
Newport, AR
Newton, IL
Newton, KS
Niangua
Nixa
Nokomis, IL
Norfork, AR
Norman, OK
Normandy
North Andrew
North Callaway
North County
North County Ch.
North County Tech
North Davis
North Little Rock, AR
North Mac. IL
North Mercer
www.lickingcamps.com
North Nodaway
North Platte
North Shelby
Northeast Vernon Co.
Northeast, KS
Northland Christian
Northwest (Cedar Hill)
Northwest -Hughesville
Northwestern -Mendon
Norton, KS
O
O’Fallon, IL
Oak Grove
Oak Park
Oak Ridge
Oakville
Odessa
Okay, OK
Olathe North, KS
Oleney, IL
Oran
Orangeville, IL
Orchard Farm
Orrick
Osage
Osceola
Owensville
Ozark
P
Pacific
Paducah, KY Tilghman
Palmyra
Pangburn, AR
Paragould, AR
Paris, MO
Paris, AR
Park Hills Central
Parkview
Parkway Central
Parkway North
Parkway South
Paton-Churdin, IA
Paxton, IL
Payson-Seymour, IL
Pea Ridge, AR
Pekin, IL
Pella, IA
Peoria Christian, IL
Peotone, IL
Perryville
Pierce City
Piggott, AR
Pilot Grove
Pinckneyville, IL
Plato
Platte County
Plattsburg
Pleasant Hills
Pleasant Hope
Pleasant Plains, IL
Pocahontas, AR
Poplar Bluff
Porta, IL
Portageville
Potosi
Prairie Grove, AR
Prairie Home
Pryor, AR
Pryor, OK
Purdy
Putnam County
Putnam West, OK
Puxico
Q
Quincy, IL
Quitman, AR
R
Ramsey, IL
Red Bank. TN
Red Bud, IL
Reed Springs
Republic
Rich Central
Rich Central, IL
Rich Hii
Rich Hill
Richfield Christian, AR
Richland
Richland - Essex
Ripley, OK
Ritenor
Riverton, IL
Riverview Gardens
Rock Island, IL
Rock Port
Rogers, AR
Rogers, AR Heritage
Rogersville
Roland, OK
Rolla
Rolla Hone School
Rosary
Rosati-Kain
Rose Bud, AR
Round Lake, IL
Round Rock, OK
Russellville
S
Salem, IL
Salem, MO
Salisbury
Sallisaw, OK
Salt Fork, IL
Sand Spring, OK
Santa Fe
Sapulpa, OK
Sarcoxie
Saxony Lutheran
School of the Ozarks
Schuyler County
Scotland County
Scott City
Scott County Central
SE Cherokee, KS
SE Polk CO, IA
Searcy Southside, AR
Searcy, AR
Seckman
Sedalia Sacred Heart
Sedalia Smith Cotton
Sedgwick, KS
Senath-Hornersvlle
Seneca
Sequoya, OK
Sesser-Vallier, IL
Seymour
Seymour, IL
Shawnee Mission N., KS
Shawnee, OK
Sheridan, AR
Sherwood
Shiatook, OK
Shiloh Christian, AR
Sikeston
Silex
Siloam Springs, AR
Skyline
Slater
Smithville
South Callaway
South Fulton, IL
South Harrison
South Holt
South Iron
South Pemiscot
South Shelby
Southern Boone
Southwest Washburn
Southwestern Piasa, IL
Sparta
Spokane
Spring, TX
Springdale, AR
Springfield Catholic
Springfield Central
Springfield SE, IL
Springfield, IL Lutheran
St. Elizabeth Academy
St. Louis Christian
St. Charles
St. Charles Christian
St. Clair
St. Dominic
St. Elizabeth
St. Elmo, IL
St. Francis Borgia
St. James
St. Joe, AR
St. Joseph Christian
St. Joseph-LeBlond
St. L Career Academy
St. Louis Crossroads
St. Louis Metro
St. Louis Notre Dame
St. Mary’s (KC)
St. Mary’s Coglan, KS
St. Pau Lutheran
St. Pius (Festus)
St. Plus (KC)
St. Teresa’s
St. Vincent
Stanuton, IL
Ste. Genevieve
Steelville
Stet
Stewart CO, TN
Stockton
Stoutland
Stover
Stratford
Sullivan
Summersville
Summit
Sweet Springs
T
Teutopolis, IL
Thayer
Thomas Jefferson
Thornton, IL
Timberland
Tipton
Todd CO, KY
Tower Grove Christian
Training Center Chris.
Trenton
Tri County, OK
Triad, IL
Troy
Truman
Tuckerman, AR
Tulsa Memorial, OK
Tuscumbia
Twin Rivers
U
Union
Unionville. KS
Unity Tolono, IL
Unity, IL
Ursuline Academy
V
Valle Catholic
Valley Springs, AR
Valley Springs, OK
Valley View, AR
Van Buren
Van Cove, AR
Vandalia, IL
Verona
Versailles
Vienna
Villa Duchesne
Vinita, OK
Viola, AR
Visitation Academy
W
WACO, IA
Walnut Grove
Walnut Ridge, AR
Warrenton
Warsaw
Washington, IA
Washington, MO
Waterloo. IL
Watts, OK
Waverly, IL
Waynesville
Webb City
Webster Groves
Webster, IA
Webster, OK
Wellington-Napoleon
Wellsville
Wentzville Holt
West Branch, IA
West County
West Plains
West Platte
West Prairie, IL
West Side, AR
Westmar, IL
Westminster
Westran
Wheatfield
Wheatland
Wichita North, KS
Willamsville, IL
Willard
William Chrisman
Willow Springs
Winchester, IL
Windsor (Henry CO)
Windsor (Imperial)
Winfield
Winnetonka
Winona
Wllford. AR
Woodland
Woodlawn, AR
Wright City
Y
Yates Center, KS
2014 Volleyball Honor Roll
2014 61 District Champions
Missouri
Bonneville
Billings
Fayetteville
Bismarck
Jonesboro
Boonville
Mansfield
Carl Junction
Mountain Home
Clever
Mt. St. Mary’s
Dexter
Nettleton
El Dorado Springs
North Little Rock
Eminence
Paragould
Farmington
Paris
Fatima
Shiloh Christian
Francis Howell
Siloam Springs
Green Ridge
Valley Springs
Jeff City Helias
Walnut Ridge
Jefferson (Festus)
Oklahoma
Kirkwood
Oklahoma Union
Liberal
Mt. St. Mary’s
Liberty-MV
Catoosa
New Haven
Coweta
Osceola
Illinois
Ozark
Liberty
Portageville
Decatur St. Teresa
Sparta
Edwards County
St. Dominic
Dakota
St. Pius
Lincoln
Steeleville
Pleasant Plains
Strafford
Greenville
Winona
Mt. Zion
Kansas
Tennessee
Douglas
Dyersburg
Hesston
Brentwood Academy
Arkansas
Alpena
2014
20 Final Four Qualifiers
Mt. St. Mary’s, OK
Ozark, MO
St. Pius, MO
Jeff City Helias, MO
Fatima, MO
Mt. View-Liberty, MO
New Haven, MO
Winona, MO
Brentwood Academy, TN
Dakota, IL
Mansfield, AR
Paris, AR
Walnut Ridge, AR
Shiloh Christian, AR
Nettleton, AR
Paragould, AR
Fayetteville, AR
Brookland, AR
Douglas, KS
Edwards County, IL
2014 State
Champions
Brentwood Academy, TN
Winona, MO
Mountain View-Liberty, MO
Paragould, AR
Jeff City Helias, MO
Mansfield, AR
2011 State
Champions
Eminence, MO
St. Pius, MO
Lafayette, MO
2012 State
Champions
2013 State
Champions
Mt. St. Mary’s, OK
Paris, AR
Jonesboro, AR
Paragould, AR
Winona, MO
Nettleton, AR
Valley View, AR
Winona, MO
Mansfield, AR
2015 Basketball Honor Roll
Regional/District Champions
Missouri District
Champs
Bolivar
Boonville
Borgia
Camdenton
Cardinal Ritter
Chaffee
Clopton
Gainesville
Glasgow
Incarnate Word Academy
Liberty
Licking
Macon
Naylor
Neelyville
North Mercer
Notre Dame
Osage
Park Hills Central
Plato
Santa Fe
St. James
St. Pius (KC)
Stockton
Tuscumbia
Viburnum
Warrenton
Washington
Illinois Regional
Champs
Calhoun
Civic Memorial
Piasa
Arkansas State
Qualifiers
Brookland
Johnson County
Westside
Conway Christian
Kansas Sub-State
Champions
Blue Valley Northwest
Columbus
St. Mary’s Colgan
Iowa Regional
Winners
Pella
Oklahoma Area
Qualifiers
Blue Jacket
Clinton
Coyle
Elk City
Grove
Keys
Kiefer
Ripley
Sequoya
Union
State Final Four
Boonville, MO
Park Hills Central, MO
Cardinal Ritter, MO
Clopton, MO
Naylor, MO
Tuscumbia, MO
Calhoun, IL
Sequoya, OK
Bolivar, MO
Coyle, OK
Incarnate Word, MO
Liberty, MO
2015 State
Champions
Incarnate Word, MO
Park Hills Central, MO
Sequoya, OK
2014 State
Champions
Crane, MO
El Dorado Springs, MO
Incarnate Word
Academy, MO
2013 State
Champions
Crane, MO
Incarnate Word Academy
St. Charles Lutheran
Walnut Grove
2012 State
Champions
Eminence, MO
Republic, MO
Harrisburg, MO
Mount Vernon, MO
You have many choices.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What Sets Our Camp Apart?
Q: Who will we play?
A: We use several factors in building the camp schedule. First, we attempt to match your team against
opponents of equal ability. Next, we schedule you
against teams who you normally do not see during the
regular season. And finally, we allow teams traveling the greatest distance to play later on Friday, while
teams who are commuting to and from camp on Friday, we have finish earlier in the day.
APPRECIATION: From the registration process to
the last dribble, we want to show you and your players our appreciation for your choice of our camp. We
pledge to you that we will run our camp to the highest
level of efficiency in terms of organization and communication as possible.
FUN: Camp has to be fun. We strive to build an atmosphere that is friendly and full of activities that both
coaches and players will enjoy. We like to see smiles at
our camps.
PRODUCTIVE: We work hard at hiring the best officials possible and building a competitive schedule for
your team. Our camp is no different than your team;
we never stay the same, we are either working hard to
improve or we are regressing. This will be our 22nd
year of running camps and we intend for it to be the
best ever.
CAMP PHILOSOPHY: We began the Licking Summer Camps 22 years ago because we as coaches were
tired of paying what we thought were outrageous fees
to college coaches for camps that were poorly run. We
felt we could a better job at a much lower price. Twenty
two years later, we still feel the same. Our camp is
designed to provide you and your players an inexpensive, organized and competitive setting for off-season
improvement.
We work hard to schedule you against teams of equalability. It does a team no good to come to a summer
camp and win every game easily, nor is it a benefit to
your teams’ development to lose every game by a wide
margin.
Q: Can we bring more than one team?
A: Yes, and we encourage schools to do so by providing multi-team discount coupons and by scheduling
your teams to play at the same locations and during
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Q: Do you have a separate division for junior varsity and junior high teams?
A: No. We have found it to be more convenient for
you if we do not. It is easier to keep all of your teams
together. Many of the smaller schools are very competitive with some of the larger schools sub varsity
teams. Saturday’s tournament is bracketed by ability
and your younger teams will be put in divisions where
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such. This is an inexpensive way for your team to
bond in a competitive, fun-filled way.
Q: What types of activities are available?
A: At our Rolla camps, we host a swim party for all
the players and coaches. This is a good way for your
players to meet kids from other schools and for coaches to socialize. Also, many teams in the past have taken advantage of this area’s many fine floating streams
by staying over on Saturday night and participating in
a team float trip on Sunday. We can secure for you a
special rate with one of the area’s many outfitters, if
you so desire.
Q: How do I know this camp will be as good of an
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A: Talk to any of the coaches who have attended in
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feedback you receive will be positive. There is a reason why 917 of your fellow coaches decided to attend
last summer.
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A: It depends on how far you have to travel. Teams
traveling a great distance have the option of arriving
the evening before camp and playing early on day
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For thousands of young ladies over the last 21 years, our camp has
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loaded with opportunities to make your trip more than just games,
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Jackie Stiles:
The Pony Tailed Assassin
(Reprinted from “The High Road” by Dave Almany, 2015
all rights reserved)
Date Line: Claflin, KS
“Do you wish to be great? Then begin by being. Do you
desire to construct a vast and lofty fabric? Think first about
the foundations of humility. The higher your structure is to
be, the deeper must be its foundation.”
— Saint Augustine
The setting was the somber occasion of my Dad’s 2011 funeral. Ten minutes before the start of the ceremony my friend
Jackie Stiles walked through the lobby doors. I introduced her
to several of my relatives. One asked, “Jackie Stiles, didn’t
you play basketball?” Really, come on. Did Shakespeare
write? Did Rembrandt paint? Did Dizzy Gillespie blow a
horn?
The rule in the rigid world of journalism is that when producing a biographical piece you address the subject at first
notation with their full name, for example, Jack Jones. After
the first mention, the subject is then identified by only using
their last name; Jones. For this biographical sketch, I will not
be following the above journalistic template, nor will I claim
any sort of journalistic distance of non-bias when documenting this subject. For this piece I am biased and protective. You
may label my work “gushy,” I don’t care. This story is about
Jackie.
Between the years of 1997 to 2001, while playing for midmajor Southwest Missouri State University, Jackie put a basketball through the hoop more times than any other women
in the history of college basketball, before or since; and she
did it against the best Division 1 competition the women’s
game had to offer. To see the physically unassuming Jackie
in public, one would never peg her for the one in a million
basketball super star status she holds. Jackie was twice named
a first team All-American and in 2001 was selected the Collegiate National Player of the Year, pretty heady stuff for the 5
foot 7 inch small town girl from Claflin, KS.
I personally met Jackie in 2009, as she was making the
difficult transition from athlete to non-athlete, her inchoate
professional basketball career short circuited by injuries that
would eventually require 13 surgeries. For the ultra-competitive firebrand Jackie, this forced benching was the start of a
very painful and personal meandering journey- a life sentence
it seemed to her at the time - a period requiring bereavement;
filled with self-doubt and numerous heart tugging detours. It
didn’t seem fair. It is a personal misfortune her and I have
commiserated on. She truly still grieves for the passing of
her time on the basketball court. Jackie Stiles was put on this
earth to play basketball. I don’t know if my friend will ever
fill completely the void in her life that the hanging up of her
competitive sneakers has left.
Once, in an unguarded moment at an Italian restaurant on
“The Hill” section of my hometown of St. Louis, MO, our
dinner companion Jackie wistfully related to my wife and I,
“they don’t have to pay me and I don’t even care if no one
comes to the games, I just want to play again.”
• • •
In America, we don’t like our heroes born, we like them
made- and we like them humble- and if there has ever been a
humble self-made American hero, it is Jackie Stiles, the pony
tailed kid next door.
Jackie’s story is one of the most heart-warming in the history of college athletics. How did Jackie Stiles, a small town
Kansas girl who stood only 5 feet 7 inches tall, become the
All Time Leading Scorer in the history of Women’s College
Basketball?
Jackie’s legendary work ethic played a vital role in her success and she was relentless in her study of the game’s finer
points. Over the years she developed innovative practice
strategies that allowed her, as an offensive player, to “create
space” against larger and more athletic opponents. The many
hours of trial and error made all those mellifluous - sweet and
flowing - moves she executed on the biggest stages in women’s basketball look natural, almost easy. Don’t be fooled.
There was nothing “natural” or “easy” about the development
of Jackie Stiles, the basketball player. Her legend may have
been validated under the bright lights of the NCAA Final
Four and the professional world of the WNBA, but her skills
were forged by hours of toil in countless empty small town
gymnasiums across Kansas and Missouri, with nothing but
sweat for a companion.
From the time she could walk Jackie Stiles was a whirl
wind of perpetual motion with an obstinate dream to be the
best female basketball player who had ever played the game.
“My Dad was the varsity boys’ basketball coach in Claflin,”
Jackie recalls, “so from the time I was 4 years old I was going
to practice with him. I would beg him to show me a ball handling drill to work on and then I would work on it for hours.
When I had it down perfect, and I do mean perfect, I would
show him and say, ‘now give me another one.’”
“I remember in second grade we had to stand up and say
what we wanted to be when we grew up,” Jackie said. “I said
I was going to be a professional basketball player. At that time
there was not a professional women’s league. But it didn’t
matter; I knew I would find a way because it was all I ever
aspired to.”
“My Mom tried real hard to give me balance in my life,”
Jackie remembers. “She worried I was too obsessed with
basketball and that it was not healthy for me to be so single
minded, so driven. She had me in Girl Scouts and other nor-
mal types of activities for a girl my age. I was in 4H, oh my,
was that a disaster. My project was a rabbit and the poor thing
died.”
Trying to keep the young Jackie off the basketball court was
like trying to slip a sun rise past an alert rooster. Mom gave
in. Jackie and her basketball became a fixture in Claflin. One
favorite training routine was dribbling her ball while running
the small town’s perimeter boundary streets. “It was a two
mile workout to run around the edge of town,” she recalls.
To the pure followers of the game, a journey to watch the
teenage Phenom perform her court magic was tantamount to a
hoops pilgrimage to the Mount. Jackie didn’t play basketball,
she attacked it. It started in high school when as a freshman
she scored 53 points in a state tournament semifinal game.
By her senior year at Claflin, KS High School the gym doors
would open on game day at 2:30 pm - first come, first serve
seating - for the evening’s 7:00 pm game. By 3:30 pm, the
double doors to the gym would be closed, those tardy and left
lacking admittance to the sold out gymnasium were forced to
watch in an adjacent auditorium on closed circuit TV.
With a basketball in her hands and a game on the line, Jackie Stiles was a marvel to watch; not only for the way she night
after night lit up scoreboards, but more so for the harmonious
style of her game. Jackie brought grit and a savoir faire attitude to the basketball court that few, if any, have ever replicated. Jackie mesmerized the sport’s true believers with the
simple and pure way she conquered the game; the euphonic
sound of the swishing net of another successful Jackie Stiles
jump shot; the soft tap, tap of leather on wood before an explosion to the hoop to complete her signature ankle breaking
cross over move. “Unstoppable,” head shaking and smitten
fans would say as they departed glowing small town gymnasiums, stepping into the frigid Kansas winter prairie night. In
those pre-internet days the legend of Jackie Stiles spread by
word of mouth. Sports Illustrated and the USA Today were
two of the many national media outlets who wrote about her
court heroics before she had yet to graduate high school.
• • •
Today, Jackie is an assistant coach at her alma mater, Missouri State University. (The name change from Southwest
Missouri State occurred after Jackie graduated. No doubt, the
more upscale current moniker can be at least partially attributed to notice Jackie’s game brought to the school). Jackie is
36 years old and in her third year as a collegiate coach. She
claims to be content, at least as content as possible for the
notoriously finicky and ubiquitous Jackie.
Jackie and I have over the years conducted numerous clinics, camps and seminars around the nation. I consider her
foremost, a very good friend; and then my business partner.
Before our acquaintance, as all basketball fans, I knew the
feel good story of the unassuming middle of America kid who
willed herself to stardom, but I didn’t know the person. Now
that I have met Jackie and witnessed her first hand and up
close spin her American success tale, I have a renewed appreciation of why she is, over a decade removed from playing
the game she represented so well, still so immensely popular
with mainstream America.
If you are a true fan of American heroes, you already know
that Superman was raised in the fictional tiny burg of Smallville, Kansas. “If I can do this, so can you, you just have to
want it as bad as I did,” is the message I have heard Jackie
repeatedly deliver at school assemblies, youth clinics and
camps. This is a young lady who came from a town so small,
smack in the middle of the lonely Kansas prairie, that the
total free throws she made in her high school career (662)
eclipsed the total population of her hometown of Claflin, KS
(659). Her unassuming nature is no accident. Jackie’s ego was
grounded at an early age. “My dad always told me, ‘know
you are the best, but never shout it out.’ I have always remembered that.”
At an AAU tournament in the summer of 1992 Southwest Missouri State University’s assistant women’s Coach
Lynnette Robinson decided to by-pass a luncheon invitation and instead wandered into an auxiliary gym to watch
a game in the 13 year old division. As fate would play
out it was a fortuitous lunch to skip. Robinson’s trained
eye immediately identified a pony tailed whirling dervish
who knew only one speed of play, feverishly full out. The
slightly built youngster dominated the game, clearly the
best player on the floor. “Who is that,” Robinson inquired
to the man in the bleachers sitting next to her? “That is my
daughter,” responded Pat Stiles. The SMS six year quest
for Jackie Stiles was on.
When Robinson reported back to her boss in Springfield,
MO, she raved of the prodigy she had found. “We invited
Jackie to our Elite High School Camp,” former Southwest
Missouri State Head Coach Cheryl Burnett recalled. “At
the time, we had a great Elite Camp, some of the best high
school recruits flew in from all over the nation. This little
Junior High kid made the all-star team. From that day on,
we knew Jackie was going to be a great player.”
In the fall of 1996, when 17 year old Jackie Stiles was
#1 on the recruiting wish list of every top women’s college basketball program in the nation, in a head spinning 19
day period, 18 of the nation’s best coaches came courting.
To reach Claflin, KS and deliver their pitch to this once in
a lifetime Phenom, the biggest names in college women’s
basketball flew into a local regional airport in Great Bend,
KS so small its entire rental car fleet consisted of one white
sedan. That same car was parked in front of Jackie’s Kansas home every day for almost three straight weeks. It had
to be the strangest and most unlikely recruiting saga ever,
but as they say, if you build it, they will come - even to
Claflin, KS.
The glitz of the major college power coaches like Tennessee’s Pat Summit and Connecticut’s Geno Auriemma
did not turn the head of the pragmatic small town girl.
Jackie Stiles signed on with Southwest Missouri State. The
college basketball world was aghast, but for Jackie the decision was as easy as a TV Guide crossword puzzle; she
followed her heart.
Few in Jackie’s inner circle were pleased with her collegiate selection. “The whole process was so stressful,” she
remembers. “I have such a hard time saying no to people to
begin with and then I have all the top coaches in the nation
in my house and I have to say no to all of them except one?
It was all very awkward for me.”
Her choice, when finally made the morning of national
intent signing day, was met in Claflin with a community
wide cold shoulder. “Few were happy with my decision,”
Jackie says. “I vacillated between Kansas State, Southwest
Missouri and Connecticut. Most in Claflin wanted me to
go to Kansas State, which had a strong program and would
have kept me local. My dad wanted me to go to Connecticut. So did my high school coach. It got so bad I stayed
home one day from school and called one of those 800
number psychic hotlines you see on TV. The psychic recommended Tennessee, but they were not even on my list,
so that was no help, either.”
Jackie initially chose to cast her lot with the Queen of the
Court; the Huskies of the University of Connecticut, the
nation’s most renowned program. “I even signed the letter
of intent for UConn,” she recalled. “I said ‘I am going to
sleep on it and if it feels right when I wake up, I will mail
it in the morning.’ When I woke up, I just knew it was not
what I wanted. I wanted to be a Southwest Missouri State
Lady Bear. I didn’t even have a signing ceremony in Claflin because I knew how upset people were with me. I just
mailed in the letter of intent to SMS and went to school.
Everybody said I had made a big mistake; that I would
never be on national TV; that we would never be in a Final
Four.”
From that day on the Final Four became Jackie’s personal white whale. “To get SMS there became my goal,
to show everyone that yes I could accomplish my goals at
Southwest Missouri State.”
In the mid-1970’s a non-descript Indiana State men’s team
landed a small town legend, Larry Bird. Upon the arrival
of this once in a lifetime player, ISU soared to the national
championship contest in 1979 and an historical encounter
with Magic Johnson and Michigan State University, a game
many credit as the event that launched March Madness and
the incredible growth of the men’s tournament. After falling
short in the title game, Bird rode off into NBA stardom and
Indiana State, a one trick pony, returned to obscurity, where it
has remained for the past 36 years.
Missouri State women’s team in 1996, unlike Indiana State
in the pre-Bird days, was a constant top tier program and had
qualified for the NCAA final four in 1992. “If they had not
already established the program in Springfield as nationally
competitive, I would not have gone to SMS,” says Jackie. “I
knew we would have in place what was needed to compete
with anyone in the nation. All I wanted was a chance to play
on a top ranked team.”
What makes Jackie smile today when reflecting on her legendary years as a Lady Bear are the lifelong relationships she
developed with her teammates, a group that over a decade
removed from their maroon jerseys remain very good friends.
“I loved my teammates at SMS,” Jackie says. “We were a
very superstitious team. We had been together for four years,
us six seniors. At the beginning of the season, it was tradition
that the seniors would come up with the combination number
for our locker room. We added up our jersey numbers and
decided that would be our combination. The numbers added
up to 314. Then somebody realized that was the area code for
St. Louis, the site of the Final Four. We all said, ‘it’s an omen,’
it’s meant to be; our fate is to go to the Final Four.”
“Those are the kind of memories I have of college. The
togetherness, the comradery, eating late night pizza on the bus
trips home from road games; I loved my teammates. What I
wouldn’t give to go back and live those four years over again.
I know I can’t but at least I do have the memories and my
favorites were not the championships and the banquets, all
the honors; what I have grown to treasure are just the time we
spent as a team of friends hanging out. They were a special
group. I miss them every day.”
True to her pledge on the day she signed her letter of intent
four years prior, in Jackie’s senior collegiate year, the Lady
Bears pulled off one post season upset after another on an
improbable ride to the NCAA Final Four. Along the way, the
nation fell in love with Jackie Stiles.
In the 2001 NCAA regional semifinals held in Spokane,
WA, the Southwest Missouri State University Lady Bears
were matched up with the nation’s number one ranked team,
the Duke Blue Devils. The mismatch on paper was undeniable even to the most die-hard Jackie Stiles and Lady Bear
fans. Duke sported a roster made up of nine former high
school McDonald’s All-Americans; an exclusive group of
30 chosen each year.
But, the Lady Bears had Jackie Stiles and on this one
magical March night in the Pacific Northwest it was enough
to punch their ticket to the Regional finals with an epic
81-71 win over the seemingly invincible Blue Devils. The
next night in an almost anti-climactic affair, the Lady Bears
topped the University of Washington Huskies 104-87 and
were crowned West Regional Champions.
Jackie is by personality quiet and humble, almost meek,
but put her on a basketball court and she morphs into a swash
buckling gun slinging cut throat. Down 12 points against
Duke at half time, in front of a national TV audience, Jackie
took over the second half of the game in a domineering fashion that when viewed even today, will produce for me goose
bumps.
I often use at the many clinics Jackie and I run the video
of the second half of the game with Duke. I fast forward to
23:31 on a DVD I have literally worn out from over use. The
game is tied, Duke’s double digit half time lead erased, with
still 10 minutes of the second half left to play. The camera
spans and then zooms in, close up, on Jackie poised at the
free throw line, waiting on an inbounds pass. I reduce the
speed on the DVD to slow-mo and then to pause. “Look at
Jackie’s eyes,” I tell campers. It is the proverbial Eye of the
Tiger. The eyes, the window of the soul, do not lie. Jackie
has that locked in look; an assassin with a pony tail. Duke
is doomed.
The eyes of the Duke players do not lie, either. As the game
grinds through the last 10 minutes of the second half, their
season slipping away, they show first fear, then resignation to
their fate and finally almost what seems to be admiration of
their unstoppable adversary’s performance; as if to say, “we
see ya Jackie, we see ya.” It is pure inspiration and I never
tire of watching it.
Jackie drains shot after shot, each one seemingly more impossible than the one before, rudely and unceremoniously
with a 31 point second half show stopping performance
bouncing the nation’s number one ranked team from the
tournament. For the game, Jackie totaled 41 points. As a nation watched, it would prove to be her signature moment as
a basketball player.
“I remember so little of that game,” Jackie once told me.
“I just remember being so zoned in. Everything that night
just came together. I remember how the game seemed to just
slow down, almost like I was at game speed and everyone
else was in slow motion. It was all very surreal. I remember
thinking at half time when we were down 12, ‘it will not end
here. I have worked all these years for this moment, right
here, right now, and this is my time. It will not end here.’”
It didn’t. Jackie’s dominating play that night was one of
the most scintillating athletic performances I have ever witnessed.
“We flew home from Seattle after winning the West Regional and it was pure bedlam at the airport,” Jackie says.
“This was a year before 9/11 and people could still come
right up to the gate. The estimate in the paper was that
the crowd totaled 10,000. It took us over two hours to get
through the crowd of well-wishers and get to the bus to take
us back to the campus.”
Now, as she had vowed four years prior she would, Jackie led her unranked gang of upstarts up Interstate 44 to St.
Louis, having accomplished the unthinkable, crashing the
NCAA’s extravagant Final Four invitation only party. “Who
are these guys,” the college basketball world asked?
All the attention and hoopla took its toll on the players.
“We were in Springfield for two days before we had to go to
St. Louis (for the Final Four),” Jackie recalled. “We tried to
get things back to normal. We tried to go to class like nothing special was going on. The coaches tried to keep things
as normal with practice, as well, but it was impossible. The
whole campus wanted to celebrate and it kept us, I believe,
from achieving the focus needed for winning the national
title.”
In the national semifinal game against Purdue, the wheels
came off. Jackie hit the wall.
The Lady Bears arrived for the Final Four in St. Louis on
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Thursday. Jackie did not make the short bus trip from Springfield with her teammates, having instead boarded a plane for
a flight to Minneapolis, MN, site of the men’s final four, to
accept on national television that night the National Player
of the Year Award. Hoping to grab a few hours of precious
sleep on the flight, Jackie instead spent most of the trip signing autographs.
After catching a red eye Thursday night from Minnesota
back to St. Louis, Jackie awoke Friday facing the mandatory team practice open to the public at the game
site, the downtown Savis Center. Jackie recalled what
would be one of her few good memories of the Final
Four experience. “Our workout time was the same as
U Conn’s. Being from Missouri we were not only the
home court favorite but also the Cinderella team. Everyone jumped on our bandwagon. After the practice,
tables were set up for autographs and when I looked
out, hundreds were lined up at our table and almost no
one was in line for U Conn’s autographs. We all got a
good laugh out of that. Everywhere we went on our
bus, people would see our name on the side and start
pointing and cheering. We were for sure the crowd favorite.”
By the time they reached St. Louis, Jackie and the
Lady Bears had already endured a fast and furious
three weeks of cross country travel while defeating top
ranked team after team. SMS was the only entry in the final
four who had not played their first two games in their own
arena. The NCAA tournament bracket had assigned SMS to
New Jersey where after a first round win over Toledo (with
Jackie suffering a mild concussion) they would face in the
second round top 10 Rutgers on their home court. The Scarlet
Knights held a home winning streak that stretched nearly two
full seasons. It was a daunting challenge and not a good draw
for Jackie and the Lady Bears, the lowly 5th seed in the West
Regional. But a focused Jackie Stiles would not be denied;
SMS 60 (Stiles 32), Rutgers 53.
After pulling off a shocker in Jersey and breaking the Rutgers home court strangle hold, the NCAA next sent the nomadic Lady Bears winging across the country to the West
Regional in Spokane, WA, a perceived semi-final sacrificial
lamb for the might Blue Devils. After dramatically disposing
of Duke, the next night SMS toppled the home state University of Washington. With the Regional championship trophy
in hand, it was a triumphant flight back to Springfield, MO for
two days of pure pandemonium.
Anyone who knows Jackie’s capricious level of self-esteem
and her vagarious personality can appreciate her struggle with
an ill-timed bad hair day. “On Saturday, the day before the (Final Four) semifinals, I barely had time to eat the entire day,”
Jackie recalled. “We left our hotel at 8:30 in the am and then
went from event to event all day long. I had just a short time
to get ready for the Final Four banquet that night where all the
teams were in (mandatory) attendance. I found out after we
got to the banquet I was going to have to go up on stage. My
hair was so awful. I had a teammate in the bathroom with me
trying to help me fix it while I was in tears.”
“Normally my hair does not make me cry,” a slightly to this
day embarrassed Jackie clarifies, “but I was just so exhausted
that I was in tears. We got back to our hotel around 10 at
night. I know crying about my hair sounds dumb, but this
was all happening the day before the biggest game of my life.
I was exhausted.”
No, not dumb, but human. Pure with no pretense. With
Jackie there is never a hidden agenda. She shyly exposes her
feelings to the world and it makes her vulnerable to all of the
shortcomings of life we all face; and it is what makes her so
popular, so likeable, so much like us. She is a superstar for
sure, but like one of us, falls apart over a bad hair day. Who
in our normal life’s world can not relate to hero with such
unwashed commonality?
Jackie was to her legions of fans in March 2001 a hardwood
warrior who had blasted her way from obscurity to become a
top of the hour lead story on Sports Center, the Michael Jordan of women’s basketball. But in reality she was just a typical fragile 22 year old kid, with all the normal youthful inse-
curities; lacking for sleep who just wanted to play basketball.
It is why in her adopted hometown of Springfield, MO she is
still to this day referred to with civic pride as “our Jackie.”
Purdue ended the improbable 2001 Lady Bear run, 71-64.
“To this day,” says Jackie, “I cannot make myself watch that
tape. I have never seen it. I just want to forget the whole game.
I didn’t play well. I was exhausted.”
Jackie’s professional career was short lived, tantalizing cruel with how much she accomplished in such a short period of
time. Selected 4th overall in the 2001 WNBA draft, in her first
professional season Jackie was chosen to the All-League team
and named Rookie of the Year. But the injuries continued to
pile up, her body breaking down under the self-imposed stress
of being pushed so hard for so long.
“The WNBA draft was right after the Final Four,” remembers Jackie. “Then the season starts right away, I had no
break.” The WNBA season, to avoid conflict with the NBA,
follows a summer schedule. “Plus, I was trying to finish my
course work to graduate that May,” Jackie continued. (She
would graduate from SMS as a two time Academic All-American) “I was getting maybe four hours of sleep a night, then I
had to report to Training Camp. It was all pretty overwhelming.”
After her star studded rookie season, Jackie’s fortunes
quickly went south. “My second year,” she says, “I never was
healthy. I shouldn’t have played, but I tried to gut it out, to
play through the pain. I had a wrist injury that made it almost
impossible to shoot the ball without being in pain. It affected
everything in a negative way. I got my confidence as a player
from knowing no one worked harder on their game than I did.
Now, because of the pain from the injury, I couldn’t do my
daily shooting workouts and my confidence went downhill.”
“I had always dreamed of playing professional basketball,”
Jackie said, “it was my dream job. But once I got there, it
just was not the game I loved anymore. Everything in the
WNBA was about ‘me’ and not about ‘team.’ It was not fun
like college. When practices and games were over, everyone
just went their own way. In the WNBA many contracts were
loaded with personal incentives to get your pay up. How
many points you scored and individual things like that. There
was no incentive to play together, to win. And there were no
consequences, no discipline. If the coach called a certain play,
it might be run and it might not be. That would have never
happened with Coach Burnett. And a lot of my teammates
resented me before they ever knew me. I was the high paid
rookie coming in. It got so bad in practice that my coach told
me to quit driving to the basket in practice scrimmages because my own teammates were trying to hurt me.”
The Portland franchise folded after the 2002 season and
Jackie’s contract was picked up by the Los Angeles Sparks,
but after her injury plagued second season, Jackie never
played in the WNBA again. For a period of five years she
became what she labeled a “professional rehabber,” spending
several years in Colorado Springs, CO, rehabbing her injuries
under the guidance of USA Basketball’s medical personnel.
She attempted several short lived comebacks, one with a semi
pro team in Lubbock, TX, then a professional team in Australia. She also dabbled in competitive cycling, advancing to just
below the national elite level.
In 2007, Jackie reluctantly pulled the plug on her dormant
basketball career. “I was done and I knew it, but that doesn’t
mean I accepted it and it does not mean it has been easy. It
has not been.”
• • •
I do have a favorite Jackie Stiles story: In Jackie’s junior
year of high school, her worse individual performance ever
came on a night that a local rival’s cheering section took it
upon themselves to harass her. “It was a large group of boys,”
Jackie recalls. “They started during the warm-up, chanting
my name and making rude comments every time I
touched the ball. I had never before had this happen to
me; it just seemed really mean spirited and personal.
They kept mocking me the whole game, and I let it
affect me. I had my worse game of the year, shooting
terrible and scoring only 19 points, which was more
than 20 (points) below my average. I was awful. To
make it even worse, coaches from Drake and Creighton had come to watch me play. I was very disappointed in myself for letting those boys get to me. I
told my Dad after the game, ‘next year I am going to
break the (state) scoring record when we play them.’
I normally didn’t worry about points, but I used that
game, and that goal, to motivate my whole off season
practice (program). That is when I started my thousand
makes a day program. For years I never missed a day.”
“It normally took me four hours to make the 1000
shots,” she recalls. In those pre-“Gun” days, Jackie
was her own rebounder, “unless I could bribe one of
my brothers or my sister to go with me to rebound, then I
could do it in about two hours.”
When we finally played them the next year, I have never
felt so ‘zoned in,’ so ready for a game. I don’t think I missed a
shot the whole night, even during warm-ups. At first, the same
boys started again to taunt me, but it didn’t last long. We beat
them so bad(ly), I only played the first half and three minutes
of the third quarter.”
Much like Babe Ruth pointing to center field and calling his shot, in those 19 minutes, Jackie established, as she
had vowed she would, a new individual state scoring record
(which still stands) of 71 points. Do the math yourself, almost
four points a minute, a pace of over 120 points for a full 32
minute game- by one player!
“The word got out,” said Jackie, “the rest of the year, I never got heckled again.”
I asked, “You had to have said something to those boys,
after scoring 71 points.” Who could resist?
“No,” she told me, “I didn’t, but I did go out of my way,
I will admit, when I was taken out of the game for the last
time to walk right passed them and smile at each one of them.
None of them would look me in the eye.”
I would like to sit down every young chest thumping basketball player I see today, blinded by their own braggadocio
behavior; and tell them the refreshing story of the star player
who let her playing do her talking. As a society, we have raised
a whole generation of young people who demand instant
gratification, along with a perceived entitlement of “respect.”
How many times do we hear from young people today, “you
are disrespecting me?” Well, if you want my respect, earn it.
Players today who seek attention have two paths to choose
from. One, they can cover their body in tattoos, color their
hair purple, pounding their chest while howling like a rabid
wolf to the ceiling every time they make a simple layup; or
two, take the path less chosen, the Jackie Stiles way: make a
commitment to excellence by hitting a thousand shots a day,
every day, all summer, then lay awake at night dreaming up
new ways to improve.
Jackie Stiles, the humble small town superstar from Claflin, KS, delivers a simple message, but one that needs to be
pounded into the head of every player, at every level of the
game: Want attention? Want respect? Want to shut up the
hecklers? It’s simple: just hang 71 points on them in 19 minutes, and then smile as you walk away. Now, that is class and
the epitome of cool. That is the legacy of Jackie Stiles.
www.lickingcamps.com
Licking Summer Camp Shootout Basketball Rules Modifications
1. All games must start on time.
2. Games will be played in two 15 minute halves with a running clock. The clock will
stop in the last minute of each half.
3. All fouls in the act of shooting will result in one point and the ball being awarded
to the offended team. All non-shooting fouls, under five fouls in a half, will result
in the ball being awarded to the offended team. On the fifth team foul of the half,
(with the exception player control fouls) and on each subsequent foul, a point and
the ball will be awarded to the offended team. A player control foul will result in
the ball being awarded to the offended team.
4. A player who is fouled in the act of shooting, and the shot is successful, will be
awarded three points and possession of the ball will be given to the other team. A
player who is fouled in the act of shooting a 3 point shot and the shot is successful,
will be awarded four points and possession of the ball will be given to the other
team.
5. In the last minute of each half, regulation rules will apply, and free throws will be
shot.
6. If a team is down by 15 or more points in the last minute of the game, the mercy
rule will apply and the clock will run without stopping. Exception: The one and one
rule will go into effect on five fouls.
7. Overtime will be decided by the first team to score two points.
8. Individual fouls will not be kept.
9. A technical foul will result in two points and the ball awarded to the other team. (I
instruct our officials that I do not want technical fouls called. Summer time should
be a time of learning for everyone. I expect the adults to act like adults and if a
player is having a problem with behavior, I expect the coach, not the officials, to
correct it.
10. Three 30-second time outs per team per game.
11. Half time will be two minutes.
12. Time between games will consist of five minutes.
13. All other National Federation Rules will apply.
14. Note: These rules are designed to keep the games moving, but also to discourage
excessive fouling by the awarding of points.
Licking Summer Camp Volleyball Rules Modifications
1. All games will start with a 4-4 Score.
2. Pool Play matches will be two games to 25.
3. Tournament Play matches will be best two of three games. The first two games will
be to 25 points. If a third game is needed, it will be to 15. No cap in tournament
play.
4. For Pool Play, a cap of 29 points will be in place for all games.
5. Each team will supply one line judge for each match they play in. The line judge
may be a player and they may rotate in and out of the game.
6. 2 minute-2 minute- 1 minute (serving together) will be the warm up between
matches. Please be stretched and loosen up as much as possible on the sidelines
during the preceding match. On court warm-ups will be limited to this 5 minute
frame. This timing policy will be strictly enforced to keep games on time.
7. One time out per game, per team.
8. All other National Federation Rules will apply.
LICKING SUMMER CAMP ADMINISTRATION
SAM POTTER is a long time successful high school girl’s basketball
and volleyball coach. He is best known for his many successful seasons at Santa Fe and Rolla, MO high schools. Sam is a member of the
Missouri Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. He retired in
2004 after 32 years of full-time teaching duties. Besides helping with
the Licking Summer Camps for the past 10 years, Sam also owns and
operates a popular fly fishing service. Information can be found at
www.tightline.biz.
DAVE ALMANY began the Licking Summer Camps in 1993. He
has overseen their growth for the past twenty years. Almany spent fifteen years as a Head Boys Basketball Coach in Monroe City, MO, El
Dorado, KS and Licking, MO, and head girls coach at St. Louis Metro.
His teams appeared in four state final fours, won seven district crowns,
compiling a win loss record of 306-105. He also served as a building
principal for Licking High School and Pocahontas, AR High School.
DR. JIM PRITCHETT is a native of Lathrop, MO. He has successful
experience as a boys high school basketball coach at Jefferson City,
MO and Rolla, MO. Jim was head coach at Rolla for six seasons. In
2002, he retired from coaching to enter the school administrative field.
He serves as the principal of Rolla High School. Jim completed his
Doctorate Degree from St. Louis University in Educational Leadership.
Jim has been involved with helping run the Licking Summer Camps for
the past 16 years.
ANDREW ALMANY This will be Andrew’s sixth year in supervising our shootouts. Andrew is employed as a team rep for Johnny
Mac’s Sporting Goods and is the owner of Heart of the Ozarks Screen
Printing. Andrew was a standout athlete at Licking High School. compiling eight all-state selections in the sports of Baseball, Basketball,
Cross Country and Track. He was a two-sport starter in basketball
and baseball at Fontbonne University in St. Louis, MO, earning his
Bachelor’s Degree in 2009.
Why the Name Licking?
We started the camps in Licking, MO in 1993, when I was the AD
and boys basketball coach there. We started girls’ basketball, I
will admit as mostly an afterthought, to be fair to the girls. We did
boys and girls basketball camps for two years. The girls’ coaches
were great to work with, while the boys were a pain in the butt.
We dropped boys, even though I was a boys coach, and picked
up girls volleyball, and that is what we have done ever since. In
2004 we left Licking for good and relocated to Rolla, MO. The first
year we were in Rolla, we renamed the camps “The I-44 Shootout”. We couldn’t sell anything. Everybody wanted something
with “Licking” on it. We learned a valuable marketing lesson and
changed the name back to Licking Summer Camps. It is a name
hard to forget. We even now have a trade mark on the name!
2005 BASKETBALL CAMP
RESULTS
June 3 & 4 2005 Camp Results
and All Camp Team
Tournament Bracket
Championship Results
Bracket 1
Bracket 2
Bracket 3
Bracket 4
Bracket 5
Bracket 6
Incarnate Word 51 Liberty 37
So. Boone 40 Dexter 35
Holden 36 Tipton 32
Arcadia Valley 31 Wheatland 30
New Franklin II 22 Teutopolis JH 20
Holden JH 29 Seckman IV 19
ALL CAMP TEAM – FIRST TEAM
Incarnate Word Acad.
Felicia Chester MVP Sr. Ashlee Barrett Sr. Incarnate Word Acad.
Natalie Howard Soph. Salem
Skye Wade Sr. Licking
Melia Pence Sr. Southern Boone
Ellen Vossbrink Sr. Borgia
Kristan Marshall Jr. St. James
Sara Sullivan Sr. Duchesne
Jordan Palin Jr. Holden
Erica Akins Jr. Harrisburg
Sami Renfrow Jr. West Plains
Jamie Garrett Soph. Liberty
Tracy Nelson Sr. Dexter
Emily Ringen Sr. Lincoln
Haley Motley Soph. North County
Kristin O’Neal Sr. Wheatland
ALL CAMP TEAM – SECOND TEAM
Kristen Koebele Jr. Newton
Shannon Hewkin Soph. Cuba
Miranda Chaney Sr. Warsaw
Cassie Williams Sr. Wright City
Charlee Smith Jr. Norwood
Jake Foote Sr.
LaQuey
Maggie Ehlmann Sr. Seckman
Nikkole Briggs Soph. Winfield
Megan Zehner Jr. Northwest
Kalina Pihana Sr. New Franklin
Kristin Gander Jr.
Park Hills Central
Lisa Wainwright Sr. Adrian
June 24 & 25 2005 Camp Results
and All Camp Team
Tournament Bracket
Championship Results
Bracket 1 Helias 47 Jackson 35
Bracket 2 South Shelby 41 California 30
Bracket 3 Smithville 50 Salem 43
Bracket 4 Eldon 45 Oak Grove 36
Bracket 5 St. Mary’s 36 Pinckneyville, IL 31
Bracket 6 Notre Dame 43 Prairie Grove, AR 40
Bracket 7 St. Elizabeth 37 Liberal 35
Bracket 8 Farmington II 45 Houston II 34
Bracket 9 Rolla II 31 Liberal II 22
Bracket 10 Delta II 31 Hallsville II 29
Bracket 11 Helias IV 53 Buffalo JH 21
ALL CAMP TEAM
First Team
Lyndsay Schlup MVPSr.
Erin Mullally Jr. Kylie Werner
Sr. Amy Klotz Sr. Abbie Spieler Sr. Second Team
Jamie Schwartze Soph. Kristi Novack Sr. Jessica Vanover Jr. Abbie Ray Sr. Cassie Henderson Sr. Honorable Mention
Alicia Rovertoni Sr. Sam Sapp Sr. Megan Aubuchon Soph. Kara Rosebrough Soph. Katie Leslie Jr. Mickey Russell
Sr.
Nicky King Sr. Lindsey Rhodes Sr. Emily Reyes Fr. Kristen Jonas Soph. Tori Schnieders Sr. Sienna Morrow Soph. Helias
Helias
Jackson
Notre Dame
California
St Elizabeth
Praire Grove
DeSoto
Fair Grove
Buffalo
Columbia
Oak Grove
Winfield
Pierce City
Pacific
Tuscumbia
Ste. Genevieve
Skyline
St. Mary’s
Fatim a
Liberal
July 15-16 Camp Results
and All-Camp Teams
Tournament Bracket Championship Results
Bracket 1 Assumption 49 Farmington 29
Bracket 2 Poplar Bluff 40 Dexter 39
Bracket 3 Clopton 52 Osceloa 33
Bracket 4 Leeton I 46 Vienna I 37
Bracket 5 Morrisville 49 Putnam County 47
Bracket 6 Billings I 69 Dixon 33
Bracket 7 Hollister 43 Adrian 32
Bracket 8 St. James II 48 Clopton II 22
Bracket 9 Helias II 42 Republic JH 39
Bracket 10 Hermann II 28 Rolla III 27
Bracket 11 St. James JH 31 Rolla JH 24
All Camp Team
First Team
Mallory Youngblut MVP Sr. Assumption
Gabbie Binion Soph. Assumption
Lisa McDonald Jr. Webster Groves
Meaghan Endicott Sr. Lindbergh
Abbie Schultebeainch Jr St. Charles
Stephanie Ferguson Jr Poplar Bluff
Emily Woodward Soph. Eureka
Kristen Hayes Sr. Farmington
Mikal Bencomo Sr. Clopton
Caty Newbold Soph. Helias
Faith Zabek Sr. Oakville
Haylee Finch Jr. Dexter
Second Team
Angelica Rucker Soph. Shawnee Mission No.
Ashley Jurgensmey Jr. Osceloa
Kristin Miller Jr. Blair Oaks
Brittnay Borman Soph. Festus
Brittany Casady Soph. Putnam County
Chelsea Winkelman Soph. Herman
Kayla Hastie Sr. Cass-Midway
Haley Stockton Sr. Leeton
Jenni Weber
Jr. Maysville
Samantha HaraldsonSr. Morrisville
Justine Enlow Fresh. Adrian
July 29-30 2005 Camp Results
and All-Camp Teams
Tournament Bracket Championship Results
Bracket 1 Skyline 37 Hickman 35 (OT)
Bracket 2 Rolla 41 Mexico 34
Bracket 3 St. Louis Metro 56 Poplar Bluff 34
Bracket 4 Licking 40 Auburn 27
Bracket 5 Linn 41 Couch 22
Bracket 6 Blue Eye 34 Conway 30
Bracket 7 Bourbon 45 Plato 39
Bracket 8 Rolla II 41 Delta 24
Bracket 9 St. James II Buffalo II
Bracket 10 Mexico II 38 Seckman II 30
Bracket 11 Jackson II 35 Ursuline II 30
Bracket 12 Helias JH 45 Rolla JH 22
ALL CAMP TEAMS
First Team
Randi Henderson Co-MVP Sr Emily Moordamp Co-MVP Sr. Lauren Nolke Jr. Rachel Baker Jr. Sidney Winslow Jr. Rebecca Hurley Jr. Callan Taylor Soph. Skye Wade Sr. Bobby Jones Sr. Whitney Davis Sr. Kaytlin Brammell Soph Brianna Mingus Sr. Cassie Henderson Sr. Kelli Bax
Sr.
Meghan Waggoner Sr. Second Team
Laurer Bozzsky Sr. Vanessa Koonare Sr. Hallee Silvey Sr. Brittany Maggard Sr. Kandice York Jr. Hallie Kelsey Soph Maggie Ehlmann Sr. Sabrina Gilchrist Jr. Ali Fromm Sr. Rachelle Spaulding Sr. Morgan Hickey Jr. Stacy Atwell Sr. Amanda Helton Sr. Tahnee Poe Soph Gwen Williams Soph Skyline
Rolla
Hickman
Mexico
Farmington
Des Moines East
Marshalltown
Licking
Jackson
Booneville
Rolla
Rogersville
Buffalo
Linn
Carthage
Ursuline Academy
Skyline
Iowa Falls
Plato
Couch
Brashear
Seckman
Winfield
Scotland County
Conway
Blue Eye
Auburn
Vienna
Schuyler Co.
Ft. Zumwalt West
2005 VOLLEYBALL CAMP
RESULTS
Volleyball I
June 10-11, 2005 Results
Volleyball Camp III
July 22-23, 2006 Results
TOURNAMENT FINALS
Level I
El Dorado Springs over Lebanon
27-25, 25-19
Level II New Haven over Marshfield
25-15, 25-22
Level III Park Hills over Bowling Green
25-19, 21-25, 17-15
Level IV
Helias JV over Glendale JV
25-12, 22-25, 15-13
Level V Osceloa JV over Belle JV
25-22, 22-25, 15-10
VARSITY BRACKET RESULTS
Lincoln IL def. Fatima
25-12, 25-15
Quincy def. Auburn
21-25, 28-27, 15-11
Lebanon def. Parkview
25-23, 25-22
Reed Springs def. Blue Valley
25-22, 25-14
Troy Idef. Sullivan
25-15, 25-19
Monett def. Timberland
26-24, 21-25, 15-11
St. Dominic def. South Iron
25-18, 25-21
Miller def. Ste. Genevieve
25-23, 13-25, 15-12
Ash Grove def. Tipton
25-21, 25-18
Seneca def. Plato
25-10, 25-14
All Camp Team
Kinsey Palmer MVP
Tabetha Ersey
Austin Warren
Arwen Steinle
Chelsey Politte
Kelly Rogers
Maggie Ehlmann
Allie Schlosser
Deila Davison
Kathleen Scheer
Brittany Check
Skye Wade
Kelsey Stewart
Allison Kerr
Kylee Stocum
Alizabeth Spears
Kayla Hastie
Sr.
Sr.
Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr.
Sph.
Sr.
Sr. Sr. Jr.
Sr. Sr.
Sr.
El Dorado Springs
El Dorado Springs
Lebanon
Marshfield
Bismark
California
Seckman
Springfield, IL SE
Bowling Green
New Haven
Houston
Licking
Mount Vernon
Lafayette
Arcadia Valley
Gideon
Midway
Volleyball Camp II
July 8-9, 2006 Results
Division I
Columbia Hickman over William Chrisman
26-24, 25-23 (Semifinal)
Holden over Houston
25-16, 25-18 (Semifinal)
Columbia Hickman over Holden
25-15, 12-25, 15-11 (Championship)
Helias over Bismark
26-24, 25-17 (Semifinal)
Licking over St. Elmo
26-24, 25-17 (Semifinal)
Helias over Licking
25-17, 25-16 (Championship)
Division II
Springfield Central over Bernie
25-27, 25-17, 15-13
Hickman JV over Bernie JV
25-24, 24-26, 15-13
Division III
Holden JV over Springfield Central JV
25-4, 25-11
Rock Bridge Freshman over Rolla Freshman
25-21, 25-14
All Camp Team
First Team
Christy Lehman Co-MVP Sr. Helias
Jessi Kemble Co-MVP Sr. Columbia Hickman
Jessie Strother
Fr. Columbia Hickman
Kim Schellman
Sr. Helias
Skye Wade
Sr. Licking
Lacy McCaulla
Jr. Bismark
Lacy Davison
Jr. Buffalo
Brittany Cheek
Sr. Houston
Ali Scheer
Jr. Springfield Central Julie Guinn
Sr. Holden
Second Team
Miranda McGowan Jr. Bernie
Jill Stine
Sr. St. Elmo
Jenna Brown
Sr. Pleasant Hills
Emily Taylor
Jr. Sikeston
Jamie Kenney
Sr. Clinton
Laura Gray
Sr. Salem
Brittany Cox
Sr. Westmar
Sarah Greenwood Sr. Hurley
Angela Broshuis
Sr. Advance
SUB VARSITY BRACKET RESULTS
Lincoln IL def. Nettleton
25-15, 25-23
Quincy def. Herrin 25-20, 25-19
Helias def. Ste. Genevieve
25-13, 25-14
Parkview def. Francis Howell North
21-25, 25-11, 15-12
Francis Howell Central def. Ft. Zumwalt West
25-12, 25-12
Helias 9 def. Boonville 8
25-22, 25-18
Lincoln IL 9 def. Lebanon 9
19-25, 25-18, 15-13
ALL-CAMP TEAM
First Team Michelle Fitzpatrick MVP Sr.Lincoln
Erin Frick
Sr. Lincoln
Emily Kuitle
Jr. Quincy
Christy Lehman
Sr. Helias
Lauren Mason
Jr. Auburn
Skye Wade
Sr. Licking
Shanna Crafts
Sr. Francis Howell Ctrl
Mallory Thompson Jr. Parkview
Megan Shorter
Sph.Belton
Erin Anderson
Sr. Branson
Ashley Tankersley
Sr. Francis Howell North
Katie Voss
Sr. St. Dominic
Brette Bollig
Sr. Lebanon
Kate Mallioux
Sr. Hazelwood West
Tracy Backes
Sr. Fatima
Jessi Jeziorski
Jr. Fort Zumwalt West
Kaci Ritter
Jr. Scott City
Sara Hernandez
Sr. Tulsa Memorial
Laura Gray
Sr. Salem
Jessica Snythe
Sr. Reed Springs
Jessica Deetz
Sr. Nixa
Carolyn Wallington Sr. Francis Howell North
Andrea Morris
Sr. Blue Valley
Casey Key
Sr. Troy
Second Team
Sara Horrocks
Jr. Smtihville
Jessica Schumaker Jr. Wellington
Liz Buzzard
Sph. Herrin
Ashley Pennington Sr. Doniphan
Beth Pitts
Sr. Willow Springs
Holly Miller
Sr. Miller
Lindsey Rhodes
Jr. Ste. Genevieve
Kati Jo Bergtholdt
Jr. Valle Catholic
Whitney Macormic Jr. St. James
Destiny Wilson
Sr. Galena
Caitlin Hewett
Sph.Lawson
Meghan Mayberry Sr. Seneca
Sara Bridges
Sr. Plato
Laura Partee
Sr. Nettleton
Kelley Hammond
Sr. Monett
Shella Gentry
Sr. Verona
Emily Moorkamp
Sr. Rolla
Kaylee Schaefer
Sr. Seckman
Bethany Walkenhorst Sr. Blair Oaks
Tiffany Moss
Sr. Sullivan
2006 BASKETBALL CAMP RESULTS
BB Camp I Results June 2-3, 2006
Tournament Championship Results
Bracket 1 Incarnate Word 33 Lee’s Summit 30
Bracket 2 Dexter 53 Harrisburg 41
Bracket 3 Aurora 41 Fulton 37
Bracket 4 Westran 50 Norwood 43
Bracket 5 Newburg 41 Knob Noster 26
Bracket 6 Incarnate Word Fresh. 40 Harrisburg JV 39
Bracket 7 West Plains JV 45 Seckman JV 40
Bracket 8 Fulton JV 47 Verona 40
Bracket 9 Rolla JH 32 St. James JH 26
All Camp Team 4A – 5A Division
Ashlee Barrett Co-MVP Sr
Incarnate Word
Danielle Adams Co-MVP Sr Lee’s Summit
Bianca Beck Jr. Incarnate Word
Natalie Stoncipher Jr. Poplar Bluff
Kelci Keith Jr. Jackson
Courtney Lauer Sr. Lutheran South
Katherine Sheffield Sr. Rolla
Raven Berry Soph Collinsville
Sammi Renfrow Sr. West Plains
Laken Enochs* Sr. Harrisburg
Sam Bruemmer
Sr. Seckman
Sam Carder Sr.
Desoto
Haylee Finch Sr. Dexter
Chastity Porter Soph Fulton
Kenzie Lauffer Soph Aurora
Ali Reimer Soph
Duchesne
Kristan Marshall Sr. St. James
* Team played up in Tournament
All Camp Team – 1A – 3A Divison
Kayla Rice MVP
Jr. Westran
Ashley Isom Sr. Neelyville
Hanna Bailey Sr. Ninangua
Amanda Cupp Jr. Diamond
Shayla Ellzy Jr. Newburg
Christie Braden Sr. Warsaw
Amber Chambers Sr. Licking
Kayla Thomas Jr.
Pilot Grove
Cara Collins Sr. Macks Creek
Christina Jones Soph Knob Noster
Katelyn Bates Soph Everton
Monica Lechner Jr Verona
Brin Bollew Jr. Montgomery County
Ashanti Williams Sr. Fayette
Phoebe Guinan Jr. South Iron
Julie Gray Jr. Norwood
BB II June 16-17, 2006 Results
Paragould AR
All Camp Team – Large School Division
Megan Hale Sr.
Greene County Tech
Kimberly Wise Fr.
Manila
Caroline Fitzer Jr.
Poplar Bluff
Ariel Walker Sr. Paragould
Megan Sharp Sr. Valley View
Katelyn Heil Soph. Dexter
Amanda Moore Sr. Pocahontas
All Camp Team – Small School Division
Phagen Altom MVP Soph. Bald Knob
Brittaney Fulks Soph. Bald Knob
Karen Dodd Sr. Delaplaine
Micha Thompson Sr. Viola Senior
Rustie Richey Sr. East Carter
Brianna Johnson Jr. Twin Rivers
Micah Stevens Soph. Thayer
Sara Woodgeard Jr. Greenville
Bracket Finals
Level I Green County Tech 51 Pocahontas 46
Level II Bald Knob 43 Viola 33
Level III Thayer 31 Greenville 30
Level IV Green County Tech 9 46 Paragould 9 33
Level V Harrisburg JH 30 Paragould JH 27
BB IV @ Seckman High School
July 7-8, 2006 Results
Bracket Results
Level I Farmington 49 Jefferson City Helias 36
Level II Mahomet, IL 51 St. Louis Notre Dame 44
Level III St. Charles 44 Jennings 42 (OT)
Level IV North Callaway 47 Central Park Hills 44
Level V Unity, IL 53 Eldon 44
Level VI Farmington JV 54 Lutheran South JV 32
Level VII Teutopolis, IL JV 36 Unity, IL JV 25
Level VIII DeSoto Fresh. 40 Teutopolis JH 36
Level IX Clark County JH 38 Northwest JH 32
All Camp Team Large School Division
Nelly Russell MVP Jr. Farmington
Ashley Hager Jr. Seckman
Sydney Winslow Sr. Farmington
Beccan Hurley Sr. Des Moines East, IA
Shelly Smith Soph. Des Moines East, IA
Cynthia Abernathy Soph. Timberland
Kristen Ellison Sr. Fox Senior
Shantel Tribbet Jr. Springfield SE, IL
Michelle Woodling Sr. Ursuline
Kelsey Sanders Jr. Jefferson City
Lindsey Hale Jr. Camdenton
Allie Inman Sr. St. Louis Notre Dame
All Camp Team – Small School Division
Katrina Swingler MVP Sr. Tutopolis, IL
Leaigha Thompson Sr. Tutopolis, IL
Kathleen Donoho Sr. Mahomet, IL
Breanna Fricerio Sr. Lutheran South
Samantha Heck Soph. North Callaway
Megan Kerr Jr. Winfield
Holly Bigham Jr. Pickneyville, IL
Maureen Lennon Sr. Eldon
Erika Schwartz Sr. Unity, IL
Caty Newbold Jr. Jefferson City Helias
Traneice Greer Sr. Jennings
BB V @ ROLLA JULY 14-15 RESULTS
Bracket Results
Level 1 Ozark 45 Rolla 43
Level 2 St. James 29 Russellville 28
Level 3 Crest Ridge 41 Putnam Co. 40
Level 4 Mark Twain 35 Fatima 33
Level 5 Hollister 43 Alton 30
Level 6 Leeton 29 Sherwood 27
Level 7 Centralia 39 Houston 33
Level 8 Jefferson City JV 47 Ozark JV 45
Level 9 Hollister JV 46 St. Mary’s JV 43
Level 10 Rolla Fresh. 52 Centralia JV 38
Level 11 Ursuline Fresh 34 Ozark Fresh 33
Level 12 Iberia JH 36 Sherwood JH 32
All Camp Team – Large School Division
Mellisa Hogan MVPSr.
Ozark
Brittany Herode Soph. St. James
Jill Temples Soph. Dexter
Caty Newbold Sr. Helias
Ryan Hartley Sr. Carthage
Rachel Webster Sr. Webster Groves
Dani Steele Soph. Rolla
Paige Redditt Jr. Belton
Samantha WidemanSr. St. Clair
All Camp Team – Small School Division
Tracy Shanks MVP Jr. Crest Ridge
Rachel Roberts Jr. Ellington
Kallie Flood Jr. Hurley
Sara Cox Sr. Viburnum
Brittany Casady Jr. Putnam Co.
Kaitlin DeLong Jr. Newburg
Sara Sawyer Sr. Hermitage
Jacky Paulsmeyer Soph. Chamois
Maudie Robbins Sr. Vienna
Deoven Oruohurdro Soph. Clopton
Ashley Merts Jr. Calhoun
Ashley Cousert Sr. Hollister
Katie Drendel Sr. Leeton
Kristen Miller Sr. Blair Oaks
Amanda Kirchner Sr. Russellville
Elizabeth Fick Jr.
Fatima
Kaylyn Franke Soph. Mark Twain
BB VI July 28-29, 2006 Results
Bracket Championship Game Results
Level 1 Rolla over Jefferson City 45-36
Level 2 Marshalltown, IA over
Jackson 42-40 (OT)
Level 3 St. James over
Cape Giradeau Notre Dame 42-32
Level 4 Thayer over Liberal 35-34
Level 5 Pea Ridge, AR over Couch 51-44
Level 6 Plato over Greenville 41-38
Level 7 Scotland County over Iberia 37-33
Level 8 Jefferson City JV over
St. Louis Metro JV 38-31
Level 9 Herman JV over Holden JV 44-25
Level 10 Ozark JH over Mexico JH 39-36
Level 11 St. James JH over Holden JH 46-32
All Camp Team – Large School Division
Kali Collier Co-MVPSr.
Rolla
Katherine Shefield Co-MVP Sr. Rolla
Rachel Baker Sr.
Mexico
Kristain Burger Sr.
Cape Notre Dame
Ashley Griffin Soph. St. L Notre Dame
Ali Donphin Sr.
Marshalltown, IA
Kristin Marshall Sr.
St. James
Brianna Fregerio Sr.
Lutheran South
Serena Jackson Jr.
Jefferson City
Brittany Tankins Sr.
Riverview Gardens
Ashley Chaubonnan Sr.
Jackson
Brooke Bartolotta Jr.
Sullivan
Small School Division
Micah Stevens Soph. Thayer
Jenny Boyd Jr.
LaQuey
Sara Woodgeard Jr.
Greenville
Kathy Ward Jr.
Pea Ridge, AR
Whitney Mills Frsh
Couch
Abby Creed Sr.
Walnut Grove
Jody Lathem Jr.
Pierce City
Kiley Fast Sr.
Liberal
Kristen Johnston Jr.
Scotland Co
Kaitlin DeLong Jr.
Newburg
Kayla Dildine Jr.
Winfield
2006 VOLLEYBALL CAMP RESULTS
Volleyball Camp I @Rolla
June 9-10, 2006 Results
All Camp Team
Andraya Olander MVP Jr. Michelle Slinkard Sr. Jennifer Collins Sr. Abbey Meier Frsh Brooke Jurgensmeyer Soph.
Karoline Kuenzle Jr. Carissa Fink Sr. Lauren Wilmoth Jr. Lacey McCaulla Sr. Mazie Dowdy Jr. Carrie Massie Sr. Leah Welch Sr. Tiffany Davis Sr. Cala Lovell Jr. Volleyball IV @Park Hills/Farmington
July 14-15, 2006
Lafayette
Jefferson City
El Dorado Springs
Lafayette
Osceola
Villa Duchesne
Uniontown
Mount Vernon
Bismark
Eldon
Ellington
West Plains
St. James
Russellville
Tournament Bracket Results (Semi Finals listed first)
Bracket I
Lafayette over Ava
El Dorado Springs over Villa Duchesne
Lafayette over El Dorado Springs
Bracket II
Bismark over Ellington
Mount Vernon over St. James
Bismark over Mount Vernon
Bracket III
Jefferson City JV over Osceola JV
El Dorado Springs JV over Ava JV
Jefferson City JV over El Dorado JV
Bracket IV
St. James JV over Eldon Freshman
Mount Vernon JV over Seckman JV
Mount Vernon JV over St. James JV
Volleyball Camp II June 16-17 Results
All Camp Team
Emily Kvitle MVP Sr. Holly Schmidt
Sr. Amber Locke
Sr. Meagan McDougal
Sr. Laura Green
Jr. Beth Ofeiffer
Sph. Kala Fields
Sr. Jamie Phelps
Sr. Jasmine Kassanavoid Sph.
Kate Fimple
Jr. Montie Dever
Chloe Palmer
Jr. Sarah White
Sr. Kali Park
Sr. Quincy
Santa Fe
Rogersville
Belton
Blue Ridge Christian
Boonville
Hardin Central
Holden
Lawson
Mid-Buchanan
Midway
Quincy
Pleasant Hill
Winnetonka
Tournament Bracket Results (Semi Finals listed first)
Bracket I
Quincy over Winnetonka (25-22, 16-25, 15-12)
Belton I over Pleasant Hill I (25-19, 25-17)
Quincy over Belton (25-14, 25-27, 15-12)
Bracket II
Santa Fe over Lawson I (25-11, 25-14)
Winnetonka II over Midway (25-22, 15-25, 17-15)
Santa Fe over Winnetonka II (25-15, 25-14)
Bracket III
Holden II over Belton II (25-16, 25-23)
Pleasant Hill II over Fairfax II (25-17, 25-17)
Holden II vs. Pleasant Hill II (26-24, 25-18)
Volleyball III at Lebanon
June 30-July 1, 2006 Results
BRACKET FINALS
Level 1 — Semifinals
Reed Springs over Houston 22-25, 25-13, 15-7
Camdenton over Helias 21-15, 25-22, 16-14
Level 1 — Championship
Reed Springs over Camdenton 25-19, 25-17
Level 2
Jefferson City over Parkview 25-21, 25-18
Level 3
Monett over Buffalo 25-14, 25-16
Level 4
Helias JV over Conway 25-12, 25-19
Level 5
Reed Springs JV over Aurora JV 25-20, 25-20
Level 6
Helias 9 over Camdenton 9
25-13, 25-15
Level 7
Fair Grove JV over Lebanon 9
25-21, 26-24
All Camp Team – Large School
Jessica Smyth MVP Sr.
Briana Rodriquez
Sr.
RussellSr.
Hillcrest
Cristina Bucker
Jr.
Jessie Strother
Sph.
Kaysea Rank
Sr. Michelle Slinkard
Sr. Kelsey Russler
Sr. Kristine Matter
Jr.
All Camp Team – Small School
Viki Castleman
Sr.
Kaylie Meeks
Sr. Celynda Fanning
Sr. Caitlin Almany
Sr. Dayna Norris
Sr. Megan James
Sr. Jennifer Winter
Sr. Laura Steeley
Sr. Shawna Isaccs
Sr. Josie Payne
Sph.
Reeds Spring
CamdentonCaitlin
Kickapoo
Hickman
Lincoln
Jefferson City
Helias
Parkview
Houston
Monett
Lockwood
Licking
Aurora
Willow Springs
Forsyth
Everton
Central
Hurley
Bracket Finals Results
Level I Farmington over Bernie 25-19, 25-12
Level II
Liberty over Park Hills Central 28-29, 25-20, 17-15
Level III
Fox over Valle Catholic 27-25, 25-18, 15-13
Level IV
West County over Farmington JV 25-22, 25-18
Level V
Bismark II over Hillsboro II 25-12, 25-18
Level VI
Bernie JV over Windsor JV 25-21, 25-17
Level VII
Booneville Freshman over Poplar Bluff Freshman
18-25, 25-21, 15-12
All Camp Team – Large School Division
Sydney Winslow MVP Sr.
Farmington
Chelsea Pinson
Sr.
Central Park Hills
Carleigh Koetting
Sr.
Smith-Cotton
Cassie Garcilaso
Soph.
Farmington
Mallory Walker
Sr.
Ste. Genevieve
Ashley Tucker
Sr.
Hillsboro
Emily Young
Sr.
Hickman
Hope Allen
Sr.
Poplar Bluff
Kiristin Ellison
Sr.Fox
Jenny Elbert
Sr.
Washington
All Camp Team – Small School Division
Kelsie Chowning MVP Sr.
Liberty
Chelsey Politt
Sr.
Bismark
Andrea Blair
Jr.
West County.
Brianna Johnson
Jr.
Twin Rivers
Laurie Watson
Jr.
Holcomb
Jenny Eubank
Jr.
Bernie
Kelsey Cissell
Jr.
St. Vincent
Carla Stoll
Sr.
Valle Catholic
Whitney Casteel
Sr.
South Iron
Ashlie Mayfied
Sr.
Strafford
Volleyball Camp V July 21-22 Results
BRACKET FINALS
Level 1 Washington over St. Francis Borgia
25-22, 21-25, 15-9
Level 2 Fatima over Berryhill, OK
25-17, 18-25, 15-11
Level 3 Licking over Nettleton, AR
23-25, 25-23, 15-11
Level 4 Pierce City over Marshfield
25-14, 17-25, 15-11
Level 5 Sedalia Sacred Heart over Timberland
25-12, 25-17, 15-13
Level 6 Summersville over Blair Oaks
24-26, 25-22, 15-11
Level 7 Waynesville over Greenville
25-22, 25-20
Level 8 Helias JV II over Helias JV II
25-23, 25-21
Level 9 Broken Arrow, OK JV over St. Elmo, IL JV
27-25, 17-25, 15-9
Level 10 Sullivan JV over Strafford JV
17-25, 26-24, 15-12
Level 11 Liberty JV over Troy JV
25-15, 24-26, 15-11
Level 12 Troy Fresh over Helias Fresh
25-14, 25-18
All Camp Team –Large School Division
Kayla Hellebusch MVP Sr.Washington
Jenny Elbert Sr. Washington
Dani Bixby Sr. Wentzville Holt
Angie Dyer Sr. William Chrisman
Alex Sall
Sr. Parkway Central
Natalie Boward Sr. Lincoln, IL
Autumn Everett Sr. Catoosa, OK
Cara Hackman Sr. St. Francis Borgia
Jordan Rupurel Sr. Nettleton, AR
Nicole Buck Sr. Fort Zumwalt West
Katy Nickols Soph. Timberland
Megan Aubry Sr. Windsor
Devon Armstrong Jr. Sullivan
Alyssa Emerson Sr. Broken Arrow, OK
Jaysa Hartman Jr. Marshfield
Jessica Boyd Jr. Troy
Jamie Tyree Sr. Owensville
All Camp Team –Small School Division
Kara Rosebrough MVP Jr. Pierce City
Alana Sawyer Jr. California
Kelcey Dankenbring Jr. Northwest
Briana Walsh Jr. Clever
Summer Stephens Jr. Southwest
Amber Chambers Sr. Licking
Amy Fulk Fr. St. Elmo, IL
Lindsay Horton Sr. Smithville
Megan Stratton Jr. Sedelia Sacred Heart
Katelyn Cutbirth Sr. Crane
Ashleigh Bailey Sr. New Haven
Teresa Welters Sr. Verona
Kim Russell Jr. Pleasant Hope
Paula Britton Sr. Cuba
Courtney Butler Sr. Blair Oaks
Jillian Rathert Sr. Dixon
Kaley Churchwell Sr. Joplin McAully
Kayla Spencer Sr. Liberty
2007 BASKETBALL CAMP RESULTS
Results BBI June 1-2, 2007
TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP GAME RESULTS
Level I Jackson def. Waynesville 44-29
Level II Duchesne def. Pleasant Plains 45-25
Level III Hermann def. Liberal 32-20
Level IV Fair Grove def. Stoutland 37-24
Level V Lathrop I def. Verona 38-30
Level VI Poplar Bluff 2 def. St. James 2 29-23
Level VII Harrisburg 2 def. Rolla 9 40-32
Level VIII St.Louis Crusaders JH def. Newburg 9 35-21
Level IX Russellville JH def. Lockwood JH 30-19
All Camp Team – 4A-5A
Andi Neff CO-MVP Sr.Duchesne
Kelie Keith CO-MVP Sr.Jackson
Kaitlyn Heil
Jr. Dexter
Cody Goodpasture Sr. Jackson
Kaitlin Bramel
Sr. Rolla
Kati Pritchard
St. Waynesville
Caroline Fister
Sr. Poplar Bluff
Chelsea Winkelman Sr. Hermann
Rachel Connell
Fr. St. James
All Camp Team – 1A-3A
Cassie Engle
Sr. Liberal
Rachel Edwards
Sr. Fair Grove
Amber Malone
Sr. Norwood
Jenna Palan
Jr. Lathrop
Felicia Chadd
Jr. Veronal
Lindsey Clemons Jr. Bradleyville
Courtney Branch
Sr. Southern Boone
Hillary Kahle
Sr. Bunceton
BB III Results Belton High School
June 15-16, 2007
All-Camp Team
Tia Mays MVP
Shelby Smith
Allison Betley
Elizbeth Farnan
Rachel Backes
Page Redditt
Natalie Runge
Morgan Eye
Kristen Jonas
Callie Graham
Normeka Holder
Ashley Jenkins
Denise Taylor
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Fr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Des Moines East
Des Moines East
St. Dominic
Richmond
Tipton
Belton
St. Dominic
Montrose
St. Mary’s
Kingsville
Jennings
Jennings
Carthage
Tournament Results
Level I Championship
Des Moines East over St. Dominic 44-41
Level II Championship
Lathrop over North County Tech 47-43
Level III Championship
Montrose over Des Moines JV 46-45
Level IV Championship
Salisbury JV over Neosho JV 38-36
BB III Camp Results June 22-23, 2007
BRACKET RESULTS
Varsity Brackets
Farmington over Republic 53-51 (OT)
Blair Oaks over Salem 49-39
New Franklin over Salisbury 31-27
Clark County over Marceline 46-19
Desoto over Tipton 39-38
Thayer over Plato 50-31
Sullivan over Lathrop 48-30
Westside, AR over Meadow Hts. 52-32
Chamois over North Shelby 28-25
JV Brackets
Farmington JV over Keokuk, IA JV43-36
Hermann JV over Desoto JV 48-11
Clark County JV over Salisbury JV43-33
New Franklin JV over Highland JV 41-39
Junior High Brackets
Republic JH over Newburg JH 65-52
Marceline JH over LaQuey JH 40-32
All Camp Team – First Ten
Taylor Jennsen MVP Jr. Farmington
Sydney Crafton
Jr. Jefferson City
Katlin Brammel
Sr. Rolla
Kyla Arnold
Sr. Republic
Nikki Norberg
Sr. Oakville
Kelsey Hilkey
Sr. Keokuk, IA
Bethany Walkenhorst Sr. Blair Oaks
Natalie Howard
Sr. Salem
Kayla Rice
Sr. Westran
Kassidy Shuman
Sr. Clark County
All Camp Team – Second Ten
Haylee Parks
Sr. Sullivan
Jen Young
Sr. Mt. Zion, IL
Nicole Smith
Sph.Desoto
Amanda Noelker
Sr. Rosati Kain
Jennifer Conway
Jr. Waterloo
Ashley Dickerhoff
Jr. Ursuline
Lindsey Henke
Sr. Blair Oaks
Kellye Penn
Sr. Portageville
Courtney Wilmsmeyer Sr. New Franklin
Renae Shippy
Sr. Crest Ridge
Honorable Mention
Rachel Backes
Sr. Tipon
Janelle Saling
Fr. Lathrop
Shelby Cowart
Jr. LaQuey
Lindsey James
Jr. Willow Springs
Kaitlin DeLong
Sr. Newburg
Alex Benson
Jr. Pleasant Hope
Kelsey Goodrich
Jr. Montgomery CO
Kristen Jordon
Jr. Lesterville
Michelle Marby
Sr. Park Hills Central
Cassy Nicolay
Sph.Salisbury
Miranda Jones
Sr. Plato
Taylor Turnbough
Sr. Cuba
Holly Bigham
Sr. Pickneyville, IL
Samantha Murfin
Sr. Highland
Mazie Dowdy
Sr. Eldon
Paige Wilson
Fr. Sherwood
Jillian Yoder
Jr. North Shelby
Sarah Trachsel
Jr. Chamois
Becky Brown
Sph.Kingston
BB IV Results July 13-14, 2007
All Camp Team – Large School Division
Torie Murrillo MVP Sr. Blue Springs South
Adrian Pouge
Sph.Rolla
Erin Bekebrede
Sr. St. Charles
Janey Milliagan
Jr. Northwest
Julie Meyer
Sr. Borgia
Marissa Lehnig
Sph.Seckman
Kirsten Carney
Jr. Lutheran South
Tesia Lahm
Sr. Carl Junction
Laura Bohling
Sr. Blue Springs South
Jamie Gaal
Jr. Ursuline Academy
Rachel Hervctin
Sr. Webster Groves
Ashley Jenkins
Jr. Jennings
Emily Woodard
Sr. Eureka
Rachel Connell
Sph.St. James
Janey Milligan
Sr. Northwest
All Camp Team – Small School Division
Ebony Davis MVP
Jr. St. Louis Metro
Jordan Garrison
Sr. Osceola
Elizabeth Fick
Sr. Fatima
Samantha Mullines Sr. Hallsville
Shannon Smith Sr. Stoutland
Kaytlin DeLong
Sr. Newburg
Catherine Willbrand Sph.Lutheran St. Charles
Sam York
Fr. Elsberry
Ashley Deprow
Sr. Delta
Deaven Omohundro Jr. Clopton
Brittany Sieg
Sr. Linn
Emerald Hoffard
Jr. DuQuoin
Melanie Hendricks, Sr. Calhoun
Tournament Bracket Championship Results
Level I
Blue Springs over St. Louis Metro47-37
Level II St. James over Sparta
52-39
Level III Borgia over Jennings
47-35
Level IV Fatima over Seckman
40-39
Level V Borgia over Ursuline
42-36
Level VI Stoutland over Newburg
47-35
Level VII Hollister over Iberia
52-29
Level VIII Hallsville over Jeff City JV
48-37
Level IX Macon JV over Hollister JV
40-25
Level X Ursuline 9 over Newburg 9
45-35
Level XI Nixa JH over St. Charles 9
42-33
Level XII St. James 8 over St. James 7
21-20
BB V Camp July 28-29, 2007 Rolla, MO
Championship Game Bracket Results
Level I
Jefferson City 47; Helias 40
Level II Neosho 43; St. Louis Notre Dame 38
Level III St. James 38; Purdy 36
Level IV Blue Eye 32; Triad, IL 27
Level V Newburg 54; Crystal City 30
Level VI St. Clair 52; Izard County, AR 45
Level VII Mexico JV 44; Rolla JV 40
Level VIII Willow Springs JV 47; Richland JV 44
Level IX St. James Fresh 38; Couch JV 36
Level X Ozark 8th 55; Richland JH 48
Level XI Graf JH 38; Ozark 7th 28
2007 VOLLEYBALL CAMP RESULTS
Volleyball I Results
June 8-9, 2007 Held in Rolla, MO
Volleyball Camp II Results
Lincoln, IL June 15-16, 2007
Tournament Championship Match Results
Varsity Level
I. Holden over Camdenton 25-19, 26-24
II. Bismark over Rock Bridge 25-12, 25-20
III. Fatima over Fort Zumwalt West
25-22, 18-25, 15-12
IV. Monett over Cuba 25-19, 25-16
All Camp Team
Chole Palmer MVPSr.Quincy
Lindsay Womack Sr. Quincy
Laura Johnson
Jr. Newark
Ashley McKay
Sr. Westmer
Annie Cave
Sr. Illini Central
Brogan McCarty
Jr. Williamsville
Jessica Bowman Sr. Greenville
Kasey Faust
Sr. Riverton
Bethany Billman
Jr. Unity
Laura Farney
Sr. Peoria Christian
Kendra King
Sr. Morrison
Nicole Stewart
Sr. Ozark
Lindsay Franeu
Jr. Knoxville
Kara Bowman
Jr. St. Dominic
Sub Varsity Level
I. Fatima JV over Rock Bridge JV 25-9, 26-24
II. Fort Zumwalt West JV over Rolla JV
27-25, 25-11
III. Holden JV over St. James JV 25-19, 25-14
IV. Carthage Fresh over Camdenton JV
27-25, 22-25, 16-14
All Camp Team
Brooke Taylor MVPSoph
Callie Burden
Jr
Kristen Mickey
Sr
Brittany Colby
Jr.
Kayla Grier
Sr.
Megan Massie
Sr.
Ashley Fisher
Sr.
Aleisha Joyce
Jr
Natasha Kremer Soph
Kathyn Leetch
Sr
Olivia Gregory
Jr
Abby Brower
Sr
Paula Britton
Jr
Staci Winter
Sr
Lindsay Cruthcer Sr
Ashley Lorts
Sr
Cierra Bond
Sr
Erin Daugherty
Jr
Bismark
Holden
Holden
Osceloa
Conway
Mt. Vernon
Lincoln
Carthage
Fatima
Fort Zumwalt West
Bowling Green
El Dorado Springs
Cuba
Rock Bridge
Rolla
St. James
Russellville
Monett
Tournament Results
Level I
Lincoln over Greenfield 27-25, 19-25, 15-12
Ozark over Newark 25-14, 25-15
Quincy over Riverton 25-20, 25-23
Lincoln over Ozark 25-20, 20-25, 15-13
Quincy over Peoria Christian 25-12, 26-24
Championship Match
Quincy over Lincoln 27-25, 21-25, 15-11
Level II
St. Dominic over Illini Central 25-20, 25-23
Knoxville over Unity 26-24, 17-25, 15-13
Morrison over Westmer 25-17, 25-18
St. Dominic over Williamsville 25-21, 25-21
Knoxville over Morrison 25-20, 25-23
Championship Match
St. Dominic over Knoxville 29-28, 25-16
Level III
Knoxville JV over Williamsville JV 25-17, 25-18
Quincy JV over Lincoln Freshman 25-23, 25-14
Riverton over Lincoln JV 25-22, 20-25, 15-10
Quincy JV over Knoxville JV 25-18, 25-21
Championship Match
Riverton JV over Quincy JV 25-14, 25-22
All Camp Team – Large School Division
Sidney Crafton MVP Jr. Jefferson City
Kelsey Sanders Sr. Jefferson City
Marki Burnett
Sph. Helias
Renee Rheinecker Jr. Triad, IL
Brittany Herode
Jr. St. James
Taylor Haymer
Jr. Timberland
Ciara Swofford
Sr. Mountain Grove
Rachel Breshears Jr. Fulton
Ashley Giffin
Jr. Notre Dame
Lorelei Snow
Jr.Neosho
Savannah Snow
Jr. Neosho
Kelsey Anderson
Fr. St. Clair
Breezy McGuire
Sph. Belton
All Camp Team – Small School Division
Couri Braithwait
Jr. Richland
Jessica Ftansen
Sr. Blue Eye
Jerrica Lair
Jr. Newburg
Shelby White
Fr. Purdy
Micha Stevens
Jr. Thayer
Kara Harrison
Jr. West County
Keressa Campbell Sr. Izard County, AR
Haley Yoakum
Jr. Dixon
Katie Mehmert
Sph. Chamois
Lizzy Tucker
Sr. West Branch, IA
Caylen Cantrell
Jr. Plato
Melissa Tate
Jr. Chilhowee
Rachel Roberts
Sr. Ellington
Shannon Hewkin Sr. Cuba
BB CAMP VI RESULTS
AUGUST 3-4, 2007 ARNOLD, MO
Championship Game Bracket Results
Level I Farmington over Ursuline 56-42
Level 2 St. Dominic over St. Louis Notre Dame 53-37
Level 3 Greenville over Ste. Genevieve 40-32
Level 4 Kennedy over Columbia 42-33
Level 5 Valle over Pacific 41-38
Level 6 Lutheran over Northwest 41-34
Level 7 Farmington JV over Ursuline JV 45-33
Level 8 Urusline Freshman over Eldon Freshman 42-38
All Camp Team – Large School Division
Natalie Runge CO-MVPJr. St. Dominic
Holly Russell CO-MVP Sr. Farmington
Jamie Cooley
Sr. Northwest
Jane Morrill
Sph. Cape Notre Dame
Stefanie Ferguson Sr. Poplar Bluff
Christian Cunio
Jr. Ursuline
Taylor Jensen
Jr. Farmington
Jill Wilmas
Sr. St. Louis Notre Dame
Lindsey Schmucker Sph. St. Dominic
Stephanie NcGirl
Sr. Potosi
Pmanda Noelker
Sr. Rosati Kain
Holley Fox
Sr. Ste. Genevieve
Morgan Milfeld
Sr. DeSoto
Mazie Dowdy
Sr. Eldon
Ashley Kroener
Jr. Kennedy
Hailee Parks
Jr. Sullivan
All Camp Team – Small School Division
Cara Biondo
Sr. Viburnum
Jordon Brown
Fr. Tower Grove Christian
Cara Allen
Sr. North Callaway
Stephanie Essner
Sph. Scott City
Sarah Woodgeard Sr. Greenville
Temeka Ford
Sr. Cardinal Ritter
Alex Perry
Sr. Crystal City
Lauren Stoner
Jr. Columbia
Volleyball III Results
June 29-30 Smithville, MO
Volleyball IV Results
July 13-14, 2007 Farmington, MO
Large School All Camp Team
Sam Jones MVP Jr. Reeds Spring
Jerrica Carroll
Sr. Reeds Spring
Stephanie Heim
Sr. Rogersville
Ketty Klauer
Sr. Rock Island
Brandi Williamson Sr. Rock Bridge
Leslie Gregory
Jr. Hickman
Btittany Stone
Sph. Boonville
Nikata Chendle
Sph. Quincy
Jerri Williams
Sr. Oak Grove
All Camp Team Large School Division
Rachel Kleekamp Co-MVP Jr.
Borgia
Kelsey Detring Co-MVPSr. Farmington
Rachel Beydler
Sr. Sikeston
Kelsey Davault
Sr. Farmington
Kaitlen Johnson
Sph Hillsboro
Rachel Meyer
Sph Jackson
Grace Anderson
Sr. DeSoto
Sara Mohesky
Sph Borgia
Casey Pluliezos
Spn. Windsor
Kaylin Rasmussen Jr. Hillsboro
Haley Motley
Sr. North County
Elizabeth Martin
Jr. Perryville
Katelyn Neff
Sr. Park Hills Central
All Camp Team Small School Division
Brianna Johnson
Sr. Twin Rivers
Brokke Taylor
Sph. Bismark
Kara Harrison
Sr. West County
Laura Wetson
Sr. Holcomb
Jemy Eubank
Sr. Bernie
Tisha Meyer
Jr. Ste. Genevieve
Ashley Storz
Sr. Herculaneum
Sarah Kearnes
Sr. Valley Caledonia
Ruby Aston
Jr. Southside
Lauren Skief
Sr. Grandview
Kristen Jordan
Jr. Lesterville
Tournament Bracket Finals
Level I
Reed Springs over Rogersville
25-17, 21-25, 15-10
Level II
Oak Grove over Pleasant Hill
29-27, 17-25, 15-13
Level III
Rock Island over Chillicothe
26-24, 23-25, 15-8
Level IV
Quincy JV over Rogersville JV
25-23, 25-16
Level V
Rogersville Freshman over Liberal JV
25-21, 25-21
Small School All Camp Team
Jasmine Kassonavoiv MVP Jr. Lawson
Jenna Palan
Jr. Lathrop
Joci Russell
Jr. Santa Fe
Elizabeth Zelner
Jr. Sherwood
Maryclare Wheeler Sr. Bishop LeBlond
Tern Tate
Sr. Pleasant Hill
Whitney Allen
Sr. East Buchanan
Christina Jones
Jr. Knob Noster
Bracket Results
Level I
Borgia over Bismark 25-22, 25-17
Level II Farmington over Borgia II
23-25, 25-17, 15-7
Level III Poplar Bluff over West County
25-23, 23-25, 15-11
Level IV Windsor over Potosi
8-25, 25-20, 15-9
Level V Poplar Bluff JV over Perryville JV
25-23. 25-15
Level VI Francis Howell North JV over
Twin Rivers JV 25-9, 25-7
Level VII Bernie IJVover DeSoto JV
16-25, 25-17, 15-8
Level VIII Scott City JH over Poplar Bluff JH
25-10, 25-17
2007
VOLLEYBALL
CAMP RESULTS
(cont’d)
Volleyball I Results
June 8-9, 2007 Held in Rolla, MO
Tournament Championship Match Results
Varsity Level
I. Holden over Camdenton 25-19, 26-24
II. Bismark over Rock Bridge 25-12, 25-20
III. Fatima over Fort Zumwalt West
25-22, 18-25, 15-12
IV. Monett over Cuba 25-19, 25-16
Sub Varsity Level
I. Fatima JV over Rock Bridge JV 25-9, 26-24
II. Fort Zumwalt West JV over Rolla JV
27-25, 25-11
III. Holden JV over St. James JV 25-19, 25-14
IV. Carthage Fresh over Camdenton JV
27-25, 22-25, 16-14
All Camp Team
Brooke Taylor MVPSoph
Callie Burden
Jr
Kristen Mickey
Sr
Brittany Colby
Jr.
Kayla Grier
Sr.
Megan Massie
Sr.
Ashley Fisher
Sr.
Aleisha Joyce
Jr
Natasha Kremer Soph
Kathyn Leetch
Sr
Olivia Gregory
Jr
Abby Brower
Sr
Paula Britton
Jr
Staci Winter
Sr
Lindsay Cruthcer Sr
Ashley Lorts
Sr
Cierra Bond
Sr
Erin Daugherty
Jr
Bismark
Holden
Holden
Osceloa
Conway
Mt. Vernon
Lincoln
Carthage
Fatima
Fort Zumwalt West
Bowling Green
El Dorado Springs
Cuba
Rock Bridge
Rolla
St. James
Russellville
Monett
Volleyball Camp II Results
Lincoln, IL June 15-16, 2007
All Camp Team
Chole Palmer MVPSr.Quincy
Lindsay Womack Sr. Quincy
Laura Johnson
Jr. Newark
Ashley McKay
Sr. Westmer
Annie Cave
Sr. Illini Central
Brogan McCarty
Jr. Williamsville
Jessica Bowman Sr. Greenville
Kasey Faust
Sr. Riverton
Bethany Billman
Jr. Unity
Laura Farney
Sr. Peoria Christian
Kendra King
Sr. Morrison
Nicole Stewart
Sr. Ozark
Lindsay Franeu
Jr. Knoxville
Kara Bowman
Jr. St. Dominic
Tournament Results
Level I
Lincoln over Greenfield 27-25, 19-25, 15-12
Ozark over Newark 25-14, 25-15
Quincy over Riverton 25-20, 25-23
Lincoln over Ozark 25-20, 20-25, 15-13
Quincy over Peoria Christian 25-12, 26-24
Championship Match
Quincy over Lincoln 27-25, 21-25, 15-11
Level II
St. Dominic over Illini Central 25-20, 25-23
Knoxville over Unity 26-24, 17-25, 15-13
Morrison over Westmer 25-17, 25-18
St. Dominic over Williamsville 25-21, 25-21
Knoxville over Morrison 25-20, 25-23
Championship Match
St. Dominic over Knoxville 29-28, 25-16
Level III
Knoxville JV over Williamsville JV 25-17, 25-18
Quincy JV over Lincoln Freshman 25-23, 25-14
Riverton over Lincoln JV 25-22, 20-25, 15-10
Quincy JV over Knoxville JV 25-18, 25-21
Championship Match
Riverton JV over Quincy JV 25-14, 25-22
Volleyball III Results
June 29-30 Smithville, MO
Tournament Bracket Finals
Level I
Reed Springs over Rogersville
25-17, 21-25, 15-10
Level II
Oak Grove over Pleasant Hill
29-27, 17-25, 15-13
Level III
Rock Island over Chillicothe
26-24, 23-25, 15-8
Level IV
Quincy JV over Rogersville JV
25-23, 25-16
Level V
Rogersville Freshman over Liberal JV
25-21, 25-21
2008 BASKETBALL CAMP RESULTS
Basketball I Results
May 30-31, 2008 Rolla, MO
All Camp Team
Varsity Bracket Finals
St. James 44; Clopton 42 (OT)
Exeter 51; Jefferson City 36
Westminster Christian 51; Purdy 40
Sub Varsity Bracket Finals
St. James JV 59; Harrisburg JV 30
Pacific JH 45; Chamois JH 25
Rolla Freshman 58; Bowling Green JV 32
All Camp Team — First Team
Whitney Edie MVP Sr. Exeter
Deaven Omohundra Sr. Clopton
Rachel Connell
Sph St. James
Kylie Dudley
Jr. Lebanon
Alisha Shipley
Sr. West Plains
Sydney Crafton
Sr. Jefferson City
Anne Marie Hartung Jr. Bowling Green
All Camp Team — Second Team
Naomi Starr
Sr. Southern Boone
Jerrick Lair
Sr. Newburg
Leah Beck
Sr. Westminster Christian
Shelby Ellison
Jr. Licking
Monica Hicks
Jr. Fair Grove
Kelsey Ownes
Jr. Pleasant Plains
Brooke Swadley
Sph.Purdy
Basketball II Results
June 20-21, 2008 Rolla, MO
Varsity
Dexter 56; Goddard, KS 38
Rolla 49; Poplar Bluff 46
Sparta 55; Camdenton 24
Skiatook, OK 48; Tipton 46
Conway 29; St. James 26
Iberia 46; Wellsville 30
Clever 51; Newburg 37
Meadow Heights 42; Rosati Kain 41
St. Louis ND 46; Hermann II 28
Sub Varsity
Exeter JV 46; Park Hills JV 29
Conway JV 37; Rogersville JV 34
Poplar Bluff JV; Keokuk, IA JV
Troy Fresh 35; Osage JV 26
Manor JH 46; Lathrop Fresh. 26
Conway JH; Rogersville JH 27-24
All Camp Team — First Team
Katelyn Heil Co-MVP Sr.Dexter
Lindsey Keller Co-MVPSr. Goodard, KS
Maggie Zehner
Sr. Oakville
Molly McDonald
Sr. Keokuk, IA
Brittney May
Sr. Booneville
Jamine Sumerall
Sr. Poplar Bluff
Ashlee Taylor
Sr. Dexter
Tori Hagni
Sr. Rolla
Dani Steele
Sr. Rolla
April Dewell
Sr. Waynesville
Kelsey Hullinger
Sr. Blue Eye
Mandi Kellerman
Sr. Pickneyville, IL
Kelly Reinkemeyer Sr. Helias
Jami Nash
Sr. Aurora
Carter Wear
Sph.Illini West, IL
Katie Chitwood
Sr. New Franklin
Tashina Tennis
Sr. Sparta
All Camp Team — Second Team
Bailee Testorff
Sr. North Platte
Haley Skidmore
Sr. Conway
Janey Milligan
Jr. Northwest
Kori Dodson
Fr. Liberal
Shelby Winkelman Sph.Hermann
Whitney Welker
Fr. Meadow Hieghts
Moriah Goodrum Jr. Naylor
Ali Ross
Jr. Rosati-Kain
Ashley Griffin
Sr. Notre Dame
Mary Barber
Sr. Clayton
Haeley Krisel
Sph.Warsaw
Kaliann Rikard
Jr. Cuba
Chelsey Hainen
Sr. Tipton
Grace Swann
Jr. East Prairie
Charity McMurray Sr. Chilhowee
Jamie Sureagle
Sr. Skiatook, OK
Tori Niemann
Sr. Canton
Nickie Branting
Sr. Camdenton
Holley Fox Sr. Ste. Genevieve
Basketball III Results
June 27-28, 2008 Rolla, MO
All Camp Team — First Team
Amaya Williams MVPJr. Rock Bridge
Katherine Harry
Sr. Rock Bridge
Tyler Jensen
Sr. Farmington
Tori Hagni
Sr. Rolla
Kayla Davidson
Sr. Strafford
Desiree Smith
Jr. Lee’s Summit
Kendra Collins
Sr. Parkway North
Haley Yoakum
Sr. Dixon
Marissa Lehnig
Jr. Seckman
Hailee Parks
Sr. Sullivan
Jamine Sumerall Sr. Poplar Bluff
Katie Lotlmann
Sr. Union
Katie Thomas
Sph. Borgia
Tara Smith
Sr. Galena, KS
Micah Stevens
Sr. Thayer
Macy Lawerence Sph. Desoto
All Camp Team — Second Team
Tyler Brock
Sph. Laquey
Sherri Cooks
Sph. Mexico
Jayme King
Sr. Mt. Zion, IL
Kaliann Rikard
Jr. Cuba
Kelsey Williams
Fr. Eminence
Kristen Courtney Jr. Hurley
Lindsey Cornelius Sph. Archie
Tori Kopp
Jr. Concordia
Katie Noah
Jr. Lutie
Amber Kennedy
Sr. Park Hills Central
Jonna Crider
Sr. Van Buren
Jodi Menz
Sr. Delta
Macy Lawrence
Jr. Desoto
Erica Keeney
Sph Houston
Cassy Nicolay
Jr. Salisbury
Results
Varsity Bracket Finals
Rock Bridge over Parkway North 49-28
Sullivan over Borgia 50-39
Union over Van Buren 55-34
DeSoto over Lathrop 48-33
Salisbury over Houston 37-35 (OT)
Delta over Galena, KS 37-36
Eminence over Hurley 58-47
Sub Varsity Bracket Finals
Paxton, IL JV over Poplar bluff JV 52-47
Meadow Hgts JV over Porta, IL JV51-41
Desoto JV over Archie JV 38-35
Seckman JH over New Haven JH 44-21
Nixa JH over Clopton JH
43-31
Results Basketball
July 11-12, 2008 Rolla, MO
Bracket Results
Varsity Level
Incarnate Word Acad. 41 Webster Groves 38
St. Dominic 50 Sullivan 47
Portageville 60 St. Clair 45
Salem, IL 46 St. James 39
Dixon 60 Tuscumbia 54
Billings 45 Cabool 40
Sub Varsity Level
Incarnate Word Acad. JV 45 Ursuline JV 29
Helias Freshman 49 St. Charles Freshman 35
St. James JV 43 Fatima JV 24
St. James JH 48 Steelville JH 34
All Camp Team – First Team
Brittany Carter MVP Sr.IWA
Ashley Roth
Sr. IWA
Laurie Gilbert
Sr. St. Dominic
Hailee Parks
Sr. Sullivan
Rachel Connell
Sph.St. James
Taylor Haymes
Sr. Timberland
Mackenzie Smith
Jr. Webster Groves
Courtney Pursley Jr. St. Clair
Amy Hotchkiss
Sr. St. Charles
Jamaia Nixon
Sr. O’Fallon
Hailee Parks
Sr.Sullivan
Kelsey Butler
Sr. South Harrison
Angie Randall
Sph.Jennings
Tori Hagni
Sr. Rolla
Laurie Gilbert
Sr. St. Dominic
All Camp Team – Second Team
Jaclyn Waitz
Sr. Parkway Central
Kathleen O’Donnell Sr. Villa Duchesne
Kelly Reinkemeyer Sr. Helias
Kaylynn Kleffner
Sr. Vienna
Taylor Smith
Jr. Delta
Haley Yoakum
Sr. Dixon
Erica Keeling
Sph.Madison
Taylor Vickers
Sr. Oak Grove
Ashley Griffin
Sr. Notre Dame (St.L)
Jordan Chastain
Jr. Billings
Jaleena Drake
Sr. Portageville
Kelsey Butler
Sr. South Harrison
Kirsten Patterson Jr. Tuscumbia
Jamie Reaves
Fr. Cabool
Lorie Peters
Jr. Knox County
Basketball Results
July 25-26, 2008 Rolla, MO
Bracket Results
Varsity Level
Sullivan over Marshfield 42-41
St. James over Schuyler County 41-34
Baxter, IA over Russelville 42-33
Lutheran South over Richland 36-34
Chamois over Glasgow 36-34
Marion County over Crystal City 42-26
Sub Varsity Level
Lindbergh JV over Duchesne JV 42-31
St. James JV over Rolla JV 45-33
Helias JH over Troy JH 62-45
Ozark 8 over Republic 8 47-31
Nixa 7 over Ozark 7 39-37
All Camp Team – First Team
Hailee Parks MVP Sr.Sullivan
Rachel Connell
Sph.St. James
Jordon Maher
Sr. Baxter
Kaitlin Bogle
Sr. Crocker
Rachel Harmon
Jr. Izard County
Jennifer Lubbers
Sr. North County
Latasha Baderdeen Sr. Marshfield
Liz Tate
Jr. Owensville
Brittany Casey
Sr. Lindbergh
Monica Pyrtle
Sr. Sullivan
Alex Perry
Sr. Crystal City
Amanda Rogers
Sr. Rolla
All Camp Team – Second Team
Heather Dietiker
Sph.Meadow Heights
Courtney Sheffler Sr. Eddyville, IA
Stephanie Kusek
Sr. Visitation
Stephanie Essner Jr. Scott City
Danielle Swiney
Jr. Bunker
Jessica Redd
Fr. Marion Co
Nikki Pendleton
Sph.Calhoun
Katie Mehmert
Jr. Chamois
Jessica Bals
Jr. Winfield
Whitney Mills
Jr. Couch
Christy Maness
Jr. Richland
Rikki Lashley
Sr. West County
Basketball Camp Results
August 1-2, 2008 Arnold, MO
Bracket Results
Varsity Level
Dexter 52 Neosho51
Rogersville 45 Jennings 36
Lutheran South 44 Licking 39
South Fulton, IL JV 56 Valle Catholic 49
St. Pius 53 North County 48
Sub Varsity Level
Farmington JV 38 Jackson JV 30
North County JH 41 Seckman JH 27
Webster JH 49 Eureka JH 39
All Camp Team – First Team
Jill Temples MVP
Sr. DexterSR
Dani Bunch Sr. Mahomet-Seymour, IL
Emily Brumitt
Sr. Cape Notre Dame
Jasmine Summeral Sr. Poplar Bluff
Kayln Vlasin
Sph.Neosho
Loreleia Snow
Sr. Neosho
Katelyn Heil
Sr. Dexter
Marissa Lehnig
Jr. Seckman
Jane Morrill
Jr. Cape Notre Dame
Kelly Gallagher Sr. Oakville
Taylor Jensen
Sr. Farmington
Jordan Beldon
Sr. South Fulton, IL
Brooke Sanders
Sr. Jackson
Callie Carroll
Sr. Rogersville
All Camp Team – Second Team
Brandi Duncan
Sr. Licking
Kayla Bays
Sr. Humansville
Sarah Krysal
Sr. Hillsboro
Joanan Brown
Jr. Tower Grove Christian
Courtney Held
Sr. Bunceton
Mackenzie Ketcherside Sr.Desoto
Kassie Hovis
Sr. North County
Kristen Carney
Sr. Lutheran South
Megan Ritter Sr. Valle Catholic
Ashley Griffin
Sr. St. Louis Notre Dame
Allison Betley
Sr. St. Dominic
Yelena Rosdao
Sph.Jennings
Gabrielle Moser
Jr. St. Pius
Gina Cureton
Sph.Meadow Heights
2008 VOLLEYBALL CAMP RESULTS
Leah Parry
Sr.
Alysa Brock
Sr.
Katelyn Foley Sph.
Kristina Coverdale Sph.
Morgan Hammonds Sr.
Elizabeth Beers
Sr.
Katie Litzsinger
Jr.
Lauren Aubuchon Sr.
All Camp Team – Volleyball I
June 6-7, 2008 Rolla, MO
Bracket Results – Varsity
Oakville over Bismark 25-15, 25-18
Neosho over Winfield 25-22, 25-19
Rolla over Lexington 25-17, 25-23
Sub Varsity
Fair Grove over Pacific 25-22, 23-25, 15-10
Osceola over Park Hills 25-16, 16-25, 15-11
All Camp Team – First Team
Oakville
Lauren Sazama MVPSr.
Emma Brydels
Jr.
Oakville
Erin Anselman
Sr. St. L. Notre Dame
Kaylin Vlasin
Sph. Neosho
Brooke Taylor
Jr.
Bismark
Molly McAfee
Sr. Winona
Nicole Burkemper Sr. Winfield
Lizzy White
Sr. Reeds Spring
Abby Hunt
Sr.Owensville
Calli Haslag
Sr. Fatima
Megan Simpson Sr. Park Hills Central
All Camp Team – Second Team
Rachel Tollivar
Sr. Sullivan
Jacy Shaw
Fair Grove
Lizzie Klenke
Sr. Union
Brooke Williams Jr.
Eminence
Heather Salcido Jr.
Montgomery County
Janessa Dade
Jr.
Golden City
Shelby Moore
Sr. Osceola
Spencer Johnson Sr. Lexington
Angie Vogt
Jr.
Pacific
Elizabeth Beers
Sr. Lathrop
Tori Hagni
Sr. Rolla
Rolla
Southside Batesville
Columbia Hickman
Licking
Steelville
Lathrop
New Haven
Potosi
Volleyball Camp III Results
June 13-14 Lincoln, IL, 2008
Bracket Results
Quincy over Lincoln 25-23, 22-25, 15-9
Illini Central over Springfield Lutheran 25-22, 12-25,
15-12
Quincy JV over Hartsburg-Emden JV 25-18, 23-25,
15-10
All Camp Team – First Team
Mackenzie Davis MVP Sr. Quincy
Taylor Holtmeyer Sr. Quincy
Molly Goodrich
Sr. Lincoln
Hannah McShane Sr. Lincoln
Jazmine Close
Jr.
Illini Central
Paula Bush
Sph. Morrison
Taylor Pulliam
Sr. Riverton
Charlye Long
Jr.
Springfield Lutheran
Logan Poignant Jr.
Midland
Haley O’Brien
Sr. Greenview
Alexis Johnson
Sr. Davenport West
Bri-Roy Rankin
Sph. Charleston
Volleyball Camp Results
July 11-12, 2008, Farmington, MO
Bracket Finals
Borgia over Booneville 25-18, 26-24
Round Lake, IL over Rolla 26-24, 21-25, 15-12
Hazelwood West JV over Columbia Hickman JV
20-25, 25-13, 15-19
New Haven JV over Monett JV 25-18, 25-15
Rolla JV over Conway JV 24-26, 25-18, 15-9
Bracket Results
Varsity Level
Bismark over Poplar Bluff 25-20, 25-19
Farmington over Fox 25-17, 25-23
Valle Catholic over Windsor 25-14, 25-15
Hillsboro over Park Hills Central 25-27, 25-21, 15-12
Sub Varsity Level
Bismark JV over Poplar Bluff JV 25-21, 25-15
Perryville JV over Ste. Genevieve JV 25-23, 25-23
Farmington Fresh over Perryville Fresh 25-19, 25-13
All Camp Team – First Team
Mary Engemann MVP Jr. Borgia
Sara Braun
Sph. Borgia
Tara Banks
Sr. Boonville
Olivia Gregory
Sr. Bowling Green
Kayla Dooms
Jr.
Ava
Bailey Laymen
Jr.
Mt. View-Liberty
Meghan OHamlon Sr. Pleasant Hill
Alex Perry
Sr. Rock Bridge
Stephanie Essner Jr.
Scott City
Aly Broneder
Jr.
Hazelwood West
All Camp Team – Second Team
Audrey Hunter
Sr. Cabool
All Camp Team – First Team
Ashley Jenson Co-MVP Sr.Farmington
Brooke Taylor Co-MVP Jr.Bismark
Holly Blunt
Sr. Bismark
Cassie Garcilaso Sr. Farmington
Jamie Fritts
Sr. Poplar Bluff
Amy Schwent
Sr. Lindbergh
Ashley Blackwell Sr. Fox
Rachael Meyk
Jr.
Jackson
Tisha Meyer
Sr. Ste. Genevieve
Taylor Thomas
Sr. Salem, IL
Megan Simpson Sr. Park Hills Central
Kaylin Rasmussen Sr. Hillsboro
Volleyball Camp II Results
June 13-14 Rolla, MO
All Camp Team – Second Team
Kristen Eaves
Sr. Bernie
Kaitilin McCormick Jr.
Woodland
Emily Hovis
Jr.
Marquard-Zion
Kelsey Abt
Sr. Valle
Molly Declue
Sph. DeSoto
Kelsey Nelson
Jr.
Kingston
Kristen Jordon
Sr. Lesterville
Casey Pouliezos Jr.
Windsor
Carly Owens
Sr. Massac, IL
Kaitlin Holbert
Jr.
Valley Caledonia
Keyarra Blissett Sr. Sikeston
Beth Steffens
Jr.
Herculaneum
Results Volleyball at Rolla, MO
July 18-19, 2008
Bracket Results
Varsity Level
Camdenton over St. Dominic 29-28, 25-19
Troy over Francis Howell North 25-22, 24-26, 15-7
Santa Fe over Jefferson City 25-18, 22-25, 15-6
Rock Island, IL over California 26-24, 25-19
Windsor over Warrenton 28-26, 28-26
Summersville over Galena 25-21-, 25-18
Eldon over Ellington 25-14, 27-25
Sub Varsity Level
Eureka JV over Jefferson City JV 25-19, 26-24
Rolla JV over Warrenton JV 25-19, 25-22
Braymer over Cape Central JV 25-11, 25-9
Owensville JV over Camdenton JV 25-16, 27-25
St. Dominic Fresh over Francis Howell North Fresh.
25-13, 25-18
All Camp Team – First Team
Bailey Lupardus Co-MVP Sr. Camdenton
Becky Brown Co-MVPSr. Troy
Molly Sander
Sph. Santa Fe
Rita Walter
Sr. Cape Central
Kayla Husgen
Sr. Ownesville
Jamie Chapman
Sr. Jefferson City
Brittney Sedillo
Sr. Camdenton
Patsy Erb
Sr. Eureka
Kendell Blanzey
Sr. Francis Howell North
Elizabeth Berry
Sr. Timberland
Kristen Jordan
Sr. Lesterville
Hilary Fields
Jr. St. Dominic
Tayler Hosey
Sr. Catoosa, OK
Mary Jehling
Sph. Lafayette
Hannah Krittle
Sr. Quincy, IL
Emma Anderson
Sph. Lincoln, IL
All Camp Team – Second Team
Taylor Brock
Sr. LaQuey
Kelsey Boles
Sr. Warrenton
Taylor Tuter
Jr. Diamond
Casey Pouliezos
Jr. Windsor
Kaelyn Osborn
Fr. Pierce City
Cheyenne Ortega Jr. St. James
Alisa Santaoego
Sph. Notre Dame
Kelsey Keding
Sr. Summersville
Chelsey Hainen
LePech Mathews
Kim Carter
Sarah Trachsel
Rachel Thoeni
Tisha Meyer
Megan Ritter
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Tipton
Grandview
Rolla
Chamois
Carrolton
Ste. Genevieve
Valle Catholic
Results Volleyball at Branson, MO
July 25-26, 2008
Bracket Results
Varsity Level
Reeds Spring over Seckman 25-18, 25-13
Ash Grove over Eldon 25-15, 25-17
Branson over Nixa 25-17, 17-25, 17-15
Buffalo over McDonald County 25-22, 29-28
Bloomfield over Rock Port 25-23, 25-16, 15-6
Verona over Appleton City 25-22, 25-17
Mountain Grove over Nevada 25-20, 22-25, 15-8
Sub Varsity Level
Branson JV over Parkview JV 25-20, 25-29
Aurora JV over Spokane JV 25-18, 25-20
Reeds Springs JV over Central Arkansas Christian JV
25-7, 25-12
Republic Fresh. over Central Arkansas Christian Fresh.
25-11, 25-17
All Camp Team – First Team
Tessa Peterson Co-MVP Sr. Reeds Spring
Christina Dodd Co-MVP Jr. Branson
Sam Jones
Sr. Reeds Spring
Cailynn Hayter
Jr.
Branson
Alex Smith
Sr. Nixa
Chelsea Anderson Sr. Rogers, AR
Mariah Mock
Jr.
Nevada
Jessica Evans
Sr. Parkview
Meg DeMub
Jr.
Buffalo
Josie Payne
Sr. Hurley
Courtney McKinley Jr.
Seckman
April Atkeson
Sr. Mt. Vernon
Claire Sylvara
Sr. Belton
Ashlynn Meredith Jr.
Aurora
All Camp Team – Second Team
Jessi White Sr. Bloomfield
Lindsey James
Sr. Willow Springs
Shaye Buttram
Jr.
McDonald County
Emily Landers
Jr.
Appleton City
Jorie Dodson
Jr.
Verona
Abbie Lawrence Jr.
Rock Port
Kamille Paden
Sph. St. Joseph Christian
Joni King
Sr. Ash Grove
Kristy Fredrick
Sr. Blue Eye
Meredith Norfleet Jr.
Northwest
Ava Johnson
Sr. Perryville
Brittany Bishop
Sph. Rogers Heritage, AR
Amanda RodenbergSph. Orrick
Mandi Riddle
Jr.
Mountain View
2009 BASKETBALL CAMP RESULTS
Basketball Camp I Results
June 5-6, 2009
Bracket Results
Level I
Dale, OK 24; Poplar Bluff 23
Level II
Harrisburg 70; Meadow Heights 47
Level III Thayer 45; Cuba 36
Level IV Galena 53; Potosi 51
Level V Union JV 49; Cabool JV 33
Level VI Harrisburg JV 44; Eldon JV 40
Level VII Rolla Fresh 46; Waynesville JH 35
Level VIII Rogersville JH 51; California JH 24
All Camp Team – Large School Division
Brenna Burnett (MVP)Dale, OK
Kace Duvall
Republic
Carissa Richardson Sullivan
Ashlee Rightnower Rolla
Denisha Rice
Poplar Bluff
Danielle Ingram
Mexico
Nickie Branting
Camdenton
Kaylee Wilkins
Dale, OK
Tavynn Hampton
Alton, IL
Jordan Evans
Tulsa Webster, OK
Marissa Jenkins
Pleasant Plains, IL
SR
SR
JR
JR
SR
Soph
SR
SR
SR
Soph
JR
Small School Division
Ashley Fisher
Harrisburg
Jade Stevens
Brookland, AR
Addy Roller
Purdy
Kylie Romig
Tipton
Gina Cureton
Meadow Heights
Heidi Kinser
Galena
Hattie Duncan
Iberia
Taylor Cook
Lesterville
Kaley Hebert
Thayer
Kelsi Mueller
Eldon
Hannah Yelton
Newburg
Amber White
Cuba
SR
JR
JR
JR
JR
SR
SR
Soph
SR
JR
SR
SR
Basketball Camp II Results
June 19-20, 2009
Basketball Camp III Results
June 26-27, 2009
Basketball Camp IV Results
July 10-11, 2009
Bracket Results
Poplar Bluff 42; Carthage 31
St. James 42; Hermann 26
Highland 45; Owensville 35
DeKalb 44; Crocker 37
Verona 46; Concordia 38
St. James JV 49; Waynesville 9th 41
Bowling Green JV 38; Mt. Grove JV 36
St. Louis Heat 36; New Haven JV 19
New Haven JH 41; St. James 7th 38
Bracket Results
Level I
Farmington 47; Oakville 42
Level II St. James 45; Thayer 29
Level III Rolla 51; Lathrop 40
Level IV Atchison CO, KS 37; Cuba 34
Level V Scotland County 46; Pierce City 30
Level VI Putnam County 41; Galena, KS 33
Level VII Willow Springs 46; Chamois 30
Level VIII Jackson JV 34; Salem 31
Level IX St. Louis Metro JV 48; Exeter JV 44
Level X Lathrop JV 36; Seckman JV 32
Level XI Sullivan JH 54; Seckman JH 37
Level XII Atchison CO, KS JH 47Pacific JH 31
Bracket Results
Varsity Brackets
Borgia 40; DeSoto 33
St. Charles 54; Rolla 43
Mt. Zion, IL 54; Lutheran South 38
Galena 42; Mountain Grove 40
Chamois 54; Plato 38
Sub Varsity Brackets
Pacific JV 43; St. Charles JV 25
Highland, IL Fresh 33; Conway JV 31
Mt. Grove JV 48; St. Elizabeth JV 21
All Camp Team — Large School Division
Denisha Rice (MVP) Poplar Bluff
SR
Miranda Boroughs Poplar Bluff
SR
Jessica Murfin
Highland
SR
Shelby Hiler
Mountain Grove
SR
Ashley Heidlage
CarthageSR
Liz Tate
OwensvilleSR
Katie Schercher
Bowling Green
JR
Laura Rhodes
Ste. Genevieve
JR
Shelby Winklemann HermannJR
Rachel Connell St. JamesJR
Oliva Hackmann HeliasSoph.
Amber Alexander Parkway North
Fresh.
McKenzie Piper
Keokuk
Fresh.
Small School Division
Tori Kopp
ConcordiaSR
Lia Fienhold
BakersfieldSR
Danielle Swiney
Bunker
SR
Paula Daniels
GlasgowSR
Jessica Holland
EvertonSR
Kayla Oetterer
New HavenSR
Jessica Murfin
HighlandSR
Riley Owens
Park Hills Central
JR
Ashley Bogle
CrockerJR
Lauren McCurry
Pleasant HopeJR
Jessica Smith
Verona
Soph.
Chelsea Smith
LickingSoph.
All Camp Team — Large School Division
Erin Littrell (C0-MVP)Farmington
Rachel Connell (C0-MVP)St. James
Audrey Plassmeyer Oakville
Whitney Meuring
Farmington
Gabrielle Moser
St. Pius
Brittany Collins
North County
Kaylnn Stoll
Rolla
Lauren Sulewski
Westminster Christian
Jennifer Herndon
Salem
Ashley Balster
Porta, IL
Emily Miller
Pickneyville
Samantha Ferguson Galena, KS
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Ashley Tague
Scotland Co.
Janelle Saling
Lathrop
Brooke Williams
Eminence
Katie Mehmert
Chamois
Hannah Yelton
Newburg
Nikki Bozic
Viburnaum
Kaelyn Osborn
Pierce City
Lauren Bishop
Wellsville
Whitney Welker
Meadow Heights
Cortney Conrad
Hurley
Haley Harmon
Walnut Grove
Leann Marquart
Valle Catholic
Amber Kinnunen
Lockwood
Brandy Schultz
Putnam CO
Stephanie Williams Willow Springs
Jr.
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Fresh
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All Camp Team – Large School Division
Maggie Vossbrink (MVP) St. Francis Borgia SR
Jenna Buddle
St. Charles
Soph.
Danielle Rhubart
Wentzville Holt
Soph.
Madeline Ketchersied DeSoto
SR
Lindsey Wood
Rogers, AR HeritageSoph.
Liz Barter
Mt. Zion, IL
SR
Haley Watson
Mountain Grove
Soph.
Lauren Grubb
Unity, IL
JR
Jamie Buehrig
Bishop DuBourg
JR
Haley Maynard
Mercer CO, IL
SR
Small School Division
Demi Price (MVP)Galena
Emmi Santhuf
Steelville
Kendra Wessing
Pilot Grove
Mandy Kub
Osceola
Taylor Smith
Delta
Mallory Warren
Richland
Chelsey Maupin
Neelyville
Dakota Hellyer
North Platte
Shannon McNamara Newburg
Jenna Chadd
Verona
Mckenzie Ewigman
Marceline
Karlie Mehmert
Chamois
Karson Peterson
Plato
Lauren Auersman
Santa Fe
Jamae Semsch
Cass-Midway
Soph
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2009 VOLLEYBALL CAMP RESULTS
2009 BASKETBALL cont’d
Volleyball I Results
May 29-30, 2009
Basketball Camp V Results
Arnold, MO July 17-18, 2009
Bracket Finals
Level I Rolla over Jefferson City
25-19, 20-25, 15-11
Level II Conway over Golden City 25-20, 25-16
Level III El Dorado JV over North County Freshman
25-21, 26-24
Level IV Steelville JH over Boonville JH
25-12, 25-13
Bracket Results
Varsity Brackets
Poplar Bluff 57; Assumption 40
Neelyville 63; Parkway 52
Bishop DuBourg 38; Seckman 36
Small School Division
Jennings JV 57; Farmington JV 49
Dexter JH 49 ; N. County JH 39
Seckman JH 55; Fox 7 19
All Camp Team
Large School Division
Miranda Burroughs (MVP)Poplar Bluff
Denisha Rice
Poplar Bluff
Sam Tharp
Assumption
Grace Fennelly
Assumption
Maddie Pointer
Fox
Abby Warren
Dexter
Jamie Buehrig
Bishop Du Bourg
Marissa Lehning
Seckman
Kaylen Knepp
Jackson
Erin Littrell
Farmington
Allie Hill
Eureka
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Small School Division
Chelsey Maupin (MVP)Neelyville
Chakeau Raiford
Jennings
Meghan Stark
Warrenton
Abbey Anderson
Oran
Le Peche Mathews
Grandview
Kelsey West North Callaway
Jamie Jager
Herculaneum
Tara Hubert
Red Bud
Melissa Collins
St. Pius
Megi Jones
DuQuoin, IL
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Basketball Camp VII Results
St. Louis, MO July 31-August 1, 2009
Bracket Results
Ursuline over Red Bud 43-38
Incarnate Word Academy Gold over
Cape Notre Dame 51-34
Eldon over Crocker 42-37
Incarnate Word Academy Red over
St. Louis Notre Dame 42-35
Wentzville JV over Jennings JV 63-59
Valle Catholic JV over Pacific JV 38-35
All Camp Team — Large School Division
Jazmine Hitchens (MVP) Incarnate Word Academy Sr.
Chloe Nelson
Incarnate Word AcademySr.
Marrisa Webb
Poplar Bluff
Soph.
Sadie Pittman
Cape Central
Sr.
Alex Brown
East St. Louis
Sr.
Jadie Moore
Alton, IL
Sr.
Jenny Rocha
St. Dominic
Sr.
Abby Warren
Dexter
Sr.
Jane Morrill
Cape Notre Dame
Sr.
Riley Reddin
Wentzville Holt
Soph.
Tiara Fitzpatrick
Bishop DuBorg
Soph.
Small School Division
Alex Apperson (MVP)Eldon
Sr.
Katie Noah
Lutie
Jr.
Brittney Hoelzen
Danville, IA
Soph
Grace Swann
East Prairie
Sr.
Arianne Henry
Humansville
Sr.
Brooke Sander
Meadow Heights Sr.
Jordon Brown
Tower Grove ChristianJr.
Tiffany Churchill
South Fulton, IL
Jr.
Rachel Edwards
Crocker
Sr.
Sam Goodman
St. Louis Notre Dame Jr.
Katie Egart
Lutheran South
Jr.
All Camp Team
Kayla James (MVP)Rolla
Santana Cruz
Conway
Maggie Diederich
Winfield
Molly McGraw
Odessa
Rachel Fetters
St. James
Paige Gilmore
Jefferson City
Alana Weiland
Sullivan
Tori Kopp
Concordia
Jenessa Dade
Golden City
Carli Penrod
Conway
Devin Eggers
Windsor
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Volleyball II Results
June 12-13 @ Rolla, MO
Bracket Results
Bismark over Camdenton 25-21, 15-25, 15-13
Fatima over Winona 25-12, 25-21
Round Lake, IL over Centralia 25-21, 23-25, 15-9
Camdenton JV over Lebanon JV 25-17, 27-25
Fatima JV over Winona JV 25-21, 25-22
Lebanon Fresh over Fatima Fresh 22-25, 25-14, 15-7
Dexter 8 over Dexter 7 25-21, 25-23
All Camp Team – Large School Division
Brooke Taylor (MVP)Bismark
Harley Cadwell
Bismark
Lindsey Young
Strafford
Jordan Stiens
Maryville
Shelby Metzger
Camdenton
Jessica Curl
Mt. Vernon
Kelsey Adkinson
Owensville
Kaylan Stoll
Rolla
Ashley Campbell Rogers, AR
Kristen Burnett
Jefferson City
Paige Echimovich Ft. Zumwalt West
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Gina Rowden (MVP)Fatima
Haley Ward
Round Lake, IL
Keely Debolt
Braymer
Anna Loveless
St. Louis Metro
Tiffany Sullivan
Winona
Samantha Helms
Steelville
Shannon Carver
Midway
Megan Kroeger
Centralia
Gabrielle Pursifull Licking
Katie Keziah
Plato
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Volleyball III Results
June 12-13, 2009 @ Lincoln, IL
Bracket Finals
Quincy over Illini Central27-25, 25-22
Springfield Lutheran over Hartsburg-Emden
25-19, 19-25, 15-10
Clinton, IA JV over Plesant Plains JV
22-25, 26-24, 18-16
All Camp Team
Hannah Krittle (MVP)Quincy
Taylor Holtmeyer
Quincy
Mary Rankin
Hartsburg-Emden
Jamie Close
Illini Central
Jessie Ely
IVC
Abby Hunt
Tri-City
Brooke Maxey
St. Elmo
Abby Heise
Springfield Lutheran
Cody Stone
Pleasant Plains
Sarah Massey
Clinton, IA
Kelly Smith
Riverton
Sam Houge
Charleston
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Bracket Finals
Level I Mt. View Liberty over St. Louis Notre Dame
25-14, 25-19
Level II Wesclin, IL over Marshfield 25-14, 25-18
Level III Highland, IL over Windsor 25-17, 25-20
Level IV Lindbergh over Charleston, IL
25-20, 25-23
Level V Lindbergh JV over Bolivar JV 25-16, 25-17
Level VI Staunton, IL Fresh over Perryville Fresh
21-25, 25-13, 15-13
Mt. View Liberty
Mt. View Liberty
St. Clair
Midway
Windsor
Highland, IL
Charleston, IL
De Soto
Notre Dame
Jennings
Bolivar
Kirkwood
Pacific
Wesclin
Ritenour Fort Zumwalt East
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Volleyball V Results
June 26-27, 2008 @ Quincy, IL, MO
Bracket Results
Quincy Varsity over Conway 25-18, 25-8
Quincy JV over Bowling Green JV 27-25, 25-18
All Camp Team
Maddy Barnes (MVP)Quincy
Anglea Shupe
Quincy
Presley Melvin
Quincy
Sarah Smith
Bowling Green, MO
Sananta Cruz
Conway, MO
Emily Frieden
Mercer County
Carlie Landgrebe
Riverton
Rebecca Meinema Unity Chistian
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Volleyball VI Results
JULY 10-11 @ FARMINGTON, MO
BRACKET RESULTS
Varsity Brackets
North County over Park Hills 25-16, 25-17
Bismark over Valle 25-19, 25-22
Farmington over Lesterville 25-16, 25-17
Ste Gene. over Central Park Hills 26-24, 25-17
Perryville over Valley Caledonia 25-23, 22-25, 15-9
Sub Varsity Brackets
Farmington JV over Bernie JV 25-21, 25-17
Farmington Fresh over Valle Fresh
23-25, 25-21, 15-13
ALL CAMP TEAM
Brooke Taylor (Co-MVP) Bismark
Chelsea Pratt (Co-MVP)Farmington
Alyssa Arnold
Northwest
Samantha Amberger Perryville
Caitlin Carter-Lato Grandview
Bailey Martin
Bernie
Jessica Crocker
Valley Caledonia
Mollie Blum
Crystal City
Niclole DeVries
Orangeville, IL
Rachel Meyr
Jackson
Holly Burgess
Carlisle County, KY
Jessica Coleman
Clarkton
Taylor Cook
Lesterville
Whitney Heuring
Farmington
Kaitlin McCormick Woodland
Laura Rhodes
Ste. Gene
Jaycee Haus
Park Hills Central
Riley Greenwall
Poplar Bluff
Casey Pouliezos
Windsor
Danielle Yuede
Francis Howell North
Lauren Henderson Fredricktown
Ashley Poe
Cooter
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SR
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Volleyball VII Results
JULY 17-18 @ ROLLA, MO
Volleyball IV Results
June 19-20, 2009 @ St. Louis, MO
All Camp Team
Bailey Layman (MVP)
Hailey Stephens
Courtney Parscley
Teresa Zielinski
Casey Pouliezos
Amber Koch
Emily Rose
Shelby Cable
Lisa Toebben
Shamekia McDowell
Julie Lollar
Courteny Haring
Linda Watson
Danney Mueller
Amy Preis
Cortney Staten
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SR
SR
SR
BRACKET RESULTS
Varsity Brackets
Oakville over St. Dominic 29-28, 26-24
Buffalo over St. Genevieve 25-13, 25-18
Eminence over Troy 25-17, 25-19
Salem, IL over Houston 29-27, 25-17
Salem, MO over Knob Noster 25-16, 25-21
Valle Catholic over Eldon 25-20, 25-22
Cassville over Tipton 25-16, 25-14
Sub Varsity Brackets
St. Dominic JV over Rolla JV 25-19, 17-25, 15-12
Nixa JV over Valle Catholic JV 25-15, 25-13
Owensville JV over Eldon JV 25-9, 25-15
Camdenton Freshman over Holden Freshman
25-14, 25-23
ALL CAMP TEAM
Large School Division
Emma Brydels (MVP) Oakville Sam Haegele
Oakville
Katie Hamill
St. Dominic
Taylor Dietz
Troy
Jennifer Willisms
Salem, IL
Madison Scott
Rogers Heritage, AR
Rebbec ShaeffkoetterOwnesville
Meg DeMuri
Buffalo
Azalie Armknecht
Nixa
Melinda Burst
Potosi
Cheyanee Stark
Eldon
Rachel Fetters
St. James
Kyra Williams
Knob Noster
Kristy Bermudez
Salem, MO
Nicole Adams
Geneseo, IL
Victoria Casey
Windsor
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Erin Herbig
Cathrine Peistrup
Emma Anderson
Haley Baker
Emily Ranoazzo
Taryn Ballmann
Fort Zumwalt East
Ritneour
Lincoln, IL
Camdenton
Hazelwood West
Fort Zumwalt North
Small School Division
Ashton Hassler
Montgomery CO
Jill Hutchings
Holden
Amber Honig
Houston
Lauren Kurthermes Tipton
Katie Mehmert
Chamois
Marisa Patton
Summersville
Kelsey Williams
Eminence
Marti Richmiller
Cassville
Megan Talbert
Koshkonong
Taylor Beyatte
Valle Catholic
Hannah Schroeder Russellville
Kalei Moppin
Mid Buchanan
Taylor Cook
Lesterville
Delgracia Burnett
Lovejoy, IL
Lauren Aversman Santa Fe
Kelcee Rosslan
Blair Oaks
Tyler Brock
LaQuey
Nicolette Gurley
Lakeland
Paige Mayfield
Iron CO
Britney Timme
Archie
Kelli Striebberg
New Haven
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Volleyball VIII Results
July 24-25 @ Branson, MO
BRACKET RESULTS
Varsity Brackets
Mountain Grove over Belton 21-25, 27-25, 15-10
Fair Grove over El Dorado Springs 25-17, 25-18
Sand Spring, OK over Diamond 25-16, 25-23
Ash Grove over Galena 25-23, 25-22
Bloomfield over Spokane 25-21, 26-24
Ozark over Carrolton 25-11, 25-12
Willow Springs over Hollister 25-19, 15-25, 15-10
Shiloh Christian, AR over Houston
19-25, 25-20, 15-13
Sub Varsity Brackets
Bentonville, AR JV over Poplar Bluff JV 25-11, 25-18
Fayetteville, AR JV over Mountain Home, AR JV
25-21, 25-16
Spokane JV over Eldon JV 25-18, 23-25, 15-11
Bentonville, AR Fresh over Shiloh Christian, AR Fresh
25-18, 20-25, 15-13
Ash Grove JH over Reed Springs JH 25-10, 26-24
ALL CAMP TEAM – Large School Division
Elly Citron (MVP)
Mountain Grove
Mariah Mock
Nevada
Lindsey Aldridge
Willow Springs
Couttney Cornell
Belton
Natalie Bouwens
Perryville
Kristie Hesseltine
Har-Ber, AR
Rachel Crum
Heritage
Audra Beason
El Dorado Springs
Haley Martin
Fayetteville, AR
Kami Garrsion
Shiloh Christian, AR
Shanna Seyfarth
Bentonville, AR
Hattie Michand
Reeds Spring
Kayla Dougherty
Rock Island, IL
Kylie Dudley
Lebanon
Megan Pederson
Rogers, AR
Amber Honing
Houston
Leslie Allred
Skiatook, OK
Small School Division
Monica Hicks (MVP) Fair Grove
Niclole Adams
Miller
Taylor Pulley
Bloomfield
Tori Kopp
Concordia
Taylor Pierce
Hollister
Amber Stapp
Fordland
Kylie Watts
Carrolton
Janna Case
Alpena, AR
Kristi Downing
Sarcoxie
Hannah Kinser
Galena
Kaile Weinreis
Ash Grove
Taylor Tuter
Diamond
Morgan Hitchcock Sand Springs, OK
Laken Waldon
Crane
Corteny Conrad
Hurley
Meghan Schrock
Osceola
Chelsey Levingston Pierce City
Brooke Long
Okay, OK
Beth Bighan
Verona
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2010 BASKETBALL CAMP RESULTS
Licking Summer Camps Results
May 28-29, 2010
Bracket Results
Level I
Semi Final: Nerix Hall over East St. Louis, IL
Highland, IL over Poplar Bluff
Championship: Highland, Il over Nerix Hall 51-28
Level II
Semi Final: Cuba over Hillsboro
Ste. Genevieve over Decatur McArthur, IL
Championship: Cuba over Ste. Genevieve 44-32
Level III
Semi Final: Eldon over Concordia
Vandalia, IL over N. County Christian
Championship: Eldon over Vandalia, IL 50-29
Level IV
Semi Final: Sullivan over Meadow Heights
Bowling Green over Hancock
Championship Sullivan over Bowling Green 53-52
All Camp Team – Large School Division
Katie Hempen (MVP) Highland Mariah Klenke
Highland Petra Elbert East St. Louis Jaymeisn Howard East St. Louis Lexi Cochran Nerinx Hall Sydnee Stuvdivant ecatur McArthur Haley Wollerman Vandalia, IL Collen Barry Cor Jesu Small School Division
Booke Meyer Hillsboro Chassity Hickman Hancock Laura Rhodes Ste. Genevieve Kelsi Mueller Eldon Abby Hutson Cuba Audrey Cooper Crystal City Sara Cline N. County Christian Kelsey Scherder Bowling Green Sr.
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Licking Summer Camp Results
June 4-5, 2010, Rolla, MO
Bracket Results
Rock Bridge over Olney, IL 51-47
St. James over Sullivan 48-44
St. Charles over Union 38-30
Brookfield, AR over Glasgow 45-26
Rolla JV over Webster Grove JV 43-29
Mountain Grove JV over Seckman Fresh 44-39
Daube JH over Harrisburg JV 36-34
Dixon JH over Licking JH 43-34
All Camp Team
Megan Marshall (MVP)Rock Bridge
Emily Holt
Rock Bridge Ebany Brumfield
Olney, IL
Taylor Stevenson
Olney, IL
Chelsey Kroesy
Harrisburg
Shanna Proctor
Harrisburg
Niki House
Waynesville
Jade Stevens
Brookland, AR
Brittany Groves
Billings
Raven Sturgeon
Doniphan
Haley Watson
Mountain Grove
Brittany Harris-Conway St. James
Carissa Richardson Sullivan
Kelsey Williams
Eminence
Amber Bruno
Vandalia, IL
Demi Price
Galena
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Licking Summer Camps Results
June 11-12, Jacksonville, IL
Bracket Results
Semi Finals
Havana over St. Louis Notre Dame
Winchester over Tri County
Finals
Havana over Winchester 52-31
Semi Finals
Springfield Lutheran over Highland
Valle Catholic over Highland
Finals
Springfield Lutheran over Valle Catholic 48-22
All Camp Team
Marcy Brown (MVP) Havana
Sr.
Rachel Sapp
Meridian
Jr.
Amber Meyer
Tri-County
Soph.
Tiffany King
Winchester
Sr.
Kamrie Meyer
Valle
Soph.
Whitney Thompson Decatur Lutheran
Sr.
Alex Schard
West Central
Sr.
Ashlyn Jacquot
Winchester
Sr.
Abbey Gaspernsi
St. Louis Notre Dame Sr.
Licking Summer Camps Results
June 18-19, 2010, Branson, MO
Bracket Results
Varsity
Macon 49 Fair Grove 42
Archie 51 Blue Eye 48
Union 54 Ark City, KS 27
Meadow Heights 46 Ripley, OK 44
Davenport, OK 45 Athens, IL 31
Salisaw, OK 58 Everton 41
Sub Varsity
Branson JV 45 Moberly JV 23
Viola, AR FR 43 Keys, OK FR 35
Pryor, OK JV 46 Ozark JV 35
Crane JH 34 Heritage, AR JH 25
Marionville JH 43 Lockwood JH 22
All Camp Team
Rachelle Butner (MVP) Macon
Emily Aikens
Parkview
Rakiyah Taylor
Ark City
Erin Neier
Union
Brittany Ward
Heritage
Beki Breshears
Aurora
Kaylee Christian
Hermitage
Kayle Hewitt
Richmond
Chastity Reece
Herculaneum
Catie Goff
Sallisaw
Samantha Shipley Putnam County
Keisha Hight
Sarcoxie
Hanna Duvall
Viola
Katelyn Harryman Hermitage
Tori Coffer
Sparta
Jamie Guthrie
Keys
Taylor Ladd
Ripley
Jennifer Murphy
Butler
Lindsey Cornelius Archie
Brittany Stapleton Pryor
Chayla Rutledge
Stockton
Kayla Kepler
Fair Grove
Kayla Hickey
Blue Eye
Cassie Roberts
Couch
Akielia Rucker
Moberely
Michaela Dapprich Branson
Tylere Goans
California
Cassie Benson
Alton
Erin Bollmann
Meadow Heights
Chelsea Dewey
East Buchanan
Miranda McGowan Norfork
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2010 VOLLEYBALL CAMP RESULTS
Licking Summer Camps
Rolla, MO, June 11-12
Bracket Results
Level 1
Quincy, IL over Camdenton 25-14, 25-20
Level 2
Winona over Fatima 25-27, 25-21, 15-12
Level 3
Cabool over Russellville 25-10, 27-25
Level 4
Quincy, IL JV over Camdenton JV 22-25, 25-22, 15-12
Level 5
Fatima JV over New Haven JV 18-25, 25-19, 15-9
Level 6
Fatima Fresh over Jeff City Fresh 25-16, 26-24
Level 7
Lebanon JH over Rolla JH 25-19, 25-17
All Camp Team – Large School Division
Quincy, IL
Brittany Houghton MVP
India Green
Quincy, IL
Ashlee Rightnhowar
Rolla
Haley Baker
Camdenton
Katie DeBrock
Owensville
Jamie Smith
Russellville
Jorie Garrett
Ava
Rachel Tobin
Maryville
Sr.
Soph.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
All Camp Team – Small School Division
Makayla Nichols MVP
Winona
Hannah Mills Cass-Midway
Alyssa Thoenen
Fatima
Lindday Sheffield
Windsor
Kelly Debolt
Braymer
Terra Jones
Gentry, AR
Emily Tauman
Archie
Balee Lorenz
Bismark
Ashley Hale
New Haven
Julie Reaves
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Licking Summer Camps
St. Louis, MO, June 18-19
Bracket Results
Level 1
Quincy, Il over DeSoto 25-21, 25-19
Level 2
Odessa over Ritenour 25-18, 25-22
Level 3
Valle Catholic over Windsor 25-9, 25-12
Level 4
Quincy IL JV over Lindberg JV 22-25, 25-17, 15-10
Level 5
Lindberg 9 over DeSoto 9 25-20, 25-22
All Camp Team
Sommer Holder (MVP)
Aly Krus
Majeste Rash
Taylor Parrish
Lexi Frese
Alex Dietrich
Diona Moore
Holly Goldsmith
Molly Declue
Michele Holt
Meghan Davis
Molly Hubbard
Chelsea Orf
Marisa Alford
Danielle Guseman
Quincy
Lindbergh
Bolivar
Vandalia
Quincy
Quincy
Rich Central
Vandalia
DeSoto
Ritenour
Fulton
Webster Groves
Ft Zumwalt East
Jefferson
Windsor
SR
JR
SR
SR
SR
SR
SOPH
SR
SR
SR
SR
SOPH
SR
FR
JR
All Camp Team
India Green (MVP)
Brittany Houghton
Samantha Anderson
Emily Peal
Natalie Garlock
Carli Watson
Katrina Kirsch
Quincy
Soph.
Quincy
Sr.
Pleasant Plains Sr.
Columbia HickmanSr.
Kirksville
Jr.
Hannibal Jr.
Peotone
Sr.
Licking Summer Camps
July 12-13, Farmington, MO
Farmington 29 Kirkwood 27 OT
Dexter 60 Seckman 38
Jennings 46 Neelyville 45
Mahomet 30 Fox 19
Oakville JV 30 Jeff. City JV 29
Fox JV 36 New Haven JV 30
Seckman 9 35 Clearwater JH 32
South Fulton JH 34 West County JH 25
All Camp Teams – Large School
Morgan Ankrom MVPFarmington
Erin Littrell
Farmington
Shelby Stuckmeyer Seckman
Brittany Harris Dexter Brooke Meyer Hillsboro Nesha Wright Jefferson City
Laura Rhodes Ste. Genevieve
Brooke Sanders Jackson Audrey Cooper Crystal City Dajae Williams Kirkwood Monica Naes Fox Kristen Belyea Mahomet Eliza Payne Jennings Chelsey Maupin Neelyville Brittany Clemens Jefferson Alicia Hager Lutheran South
Paige Stewart Kennedy Laci Porter South Fulton Sarah Cline North County Christian
Ally Skiles Grandview Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Soph.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Soph.
Jr.
Licking Summer Camps Results
July 30-31, 2010 Rolla, MO
Licking Summer Camp Results
July 9-10, Rolla, MO
Bracket Results
Hermann over Neelyville 59-52
Richland over Newburg 66-37
Helias 9 over Hermann JV 41-36
Highland, IL JV over Lutheran South 9 60-51
Licking JH over Camdenton 7 44-41
All Camp Team
Shelby Winklemann (MVP) Hermann
Megan Humphrey Eldon Chelsey Maupin Neelyville Chakeua Raiford Jennings Ashley Brooks Hermann Mallory Warren Richland Kylie Eldredge Richland Rachel Hunter St. Louis Metro Amanda Ypya Paxton, IL Melissa Collins St. Pius Kathleen Hinkle Knox County Kristy Bermudez Salem Sami Goodman Notre Dame Holly Wolfrum California Hannah Yelton Newburg Licking Summer Camp Results
July 17, 2010
Bracket Results
Level 1
Francis Howell over Farmington 25-23, 25-8
Level 2
Valle Catholic over Salem, IL 25-10, 25-22
Level 3
Northwest over Lesterville 25-11, 25-23
Level 4
Arcadia Valley over Kingston 21-25, 25-18, 15-6
Level 5
Farmington JV over Cape Central JV 25-18, 25-17
Level 6
Valle Catholic JV over Ste. Gen JV 25-15, 27-25
Level 7
West County JV over Farmington Fresh 25-19, 25-23
Level 8
Arcadia Valley JH over Park Hills JH 25-23, 25-20
Bracket Results
St. James over St. Louis Notre Dame 45-41
Chamois over Maynard, AR 40-38 (OT)
Cabool over Eldon 50-47
Marion County over Versailles 44-27
Crocker JH over St. James JH 58-45
All Camp Team
Rachel Connell (MVP) St. James
Brittany Harris-Conway St. James
Michelle Auer St. L Notre Dame
Cabbie Reppell St. L Notre Dame Miranda Brandt Chamois Micalea West Maynard, AR Amy Dorge Blair Oaks Paige Stewart Kennedy Randi Plunkett Marion County Sierra Tonner Martinsville, IL Abby Young Northwestern Katie Burkhardt Weaubleau Akrista Greer Versailles Julie Reaves Cabool Kelsi Mueller Eldon All-Camp Team
Bailey Sparkman (MVP)
Kelsey Fankhauser
Kelly Peterson
Alanna Steinbecker
Asia Liggins
Lora Beth Ward
Tia Mitchell
Mariah Zeiss
Audrey Cooper
Maria Herzog Alli Dalton
Balee Lorenz
Chelsey Brown
Danielle Lynn
Rilea Huff
Kayla Rortner
Taylor Cook
Tori Boyer
Courtney Heiligenthal
Abby St. Clair
Courtney Tinnin
Alissa DeWitt
Bailey Cook
Natalie Gremaud
Natalie Bouwens
Sr.
Jr
Sr.
Sr.
Soph
Fresh
Soph
Sr.
Jr.
Soph
Sr.
Fresh
Soph
Sr.
Sr.
Francis Howell
Francis Howell
Farmington
St. Vincent
Sikeston
Valley Caledonia
Holcomb
Steelville
Crystal City
Valle Catholic
Valle Catholic
Bismarck
Cape Central
Campbell
North County
Northwest
Lesterville
Park Hills Central
Heritage, Ar.
Arcadia Valley
Fredericktown
Salem, IL
Salem, IL
Perryville
Perryville
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
Soph.
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Soph.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Soph.
Sr.
Licking Summer Camps
June 25-26, 2010, Quincy, IL
Bracket Results
Varsity Division
Quincy over Peotone 25-22, 29-28
Sub Varsity Division
Quincy JV over Kirksville JV 25-9, 25-11
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2010 VOLLEYBALL cont’d
Licking Summer Camps
Rolla, MO • July 16-17
Bracket Results
Level 1
Lincoln I over Troy IA 27-16, 25-10
Level 2
Francis Howell North I over Boonville I 25-19, 25-20
Level 3
Owensville I over Windsor I 25-20, 23-25, 15-13
Level 4
Clinton over Pleasant Hope 25-19, 25-23
Level 5
Salem I over Centralia 25-12, 25-12
Level 6
Potosi over Smith Cotton 25-23, 25-15
Level 7
St. Dominic II over North Mac II 25-22, 21-25, 15-6
Level 8
Francis Howell North II over Riverton II 25-21, 25-17
Level 9
Owensville II over Salem II 25-13, 25-13
Level 10
Lincoln III over Rolla IV 25-15, 25-11
All Camp Team – Large School Division
Emma Anderson (MVP) Lincoln, Illinois Sr.
DeAmber Johnson
Lovejoy
Fr.
Marissa Schroeder
Warrenton
Jr.
Emily Peel
Hickman (Columbia)Sr.
Taylor Olden
Lincoln, Illinois Jr.
Megan Stamm
Lebanon
Sr.
Nicole Yuede
Francis Howell No. Jr.
Ky Bauer
St. Dominic
Soph.
Ashley Thompson
Potosi
Sr.
Jordan Luper
Smith-Cotton
Jr.
Haley Shomaker
Union
Jr.
Taylor Dietz
Troy
Sr.
Rehgan Kay
Mt. Vernon
Sr.
Ashlee Rightnowar
Rolla
Sr.
Taylor Banks
Boonville
Sr.
All Camp Team – Small School Division
Kelsey Williams (MVP)
Eminence
Erica Phillips
Mid-Buchannan
Jadria Roberts
Centralia
Jarren Blankenship
Sullivan
Cheyenne Pierce
Buffalo
Hallie Taylor
Mount St. Mary
Kristy Bermudez
Salem
Kayla Thibodeaux
Windsor
Kylie Romig
Tipton Sr.
Jessi Grainger
Pleasant Hope
Renae Middleton
South Iron
Emily Weaver
Cuba
Giselle Castillo
McAuley
Taylor Cook
Lesterville
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Licking Summer Camps
Branson, MO
July 23-24, 2010
Bracket Results
Nixa over Perryville 25-19, 14-25, 16-14
Reeds Spring over Ava 25-18, 25-16
Hollister over Harrison, AR 25-16, 25-17
Cameron over Catoosa, OK 18-25,25-23, 15-8
Carthage over Houston 25-23, 25-20
Strafford over Winfield 25-20, 25-18
Blue Eve over Appleton City 25-22, 26-24
Carl Junction JV over Holden JV 15-25, 25-19, 15-10
Hollister JV over Forsyth JV 25-17, 25-19
Ash Grove JV over Blue Eye JV 25-15, 24-26, 15-11
Brookland, Ar JV over Nevada JV 25-19, 25-23
Carl Junction Fresh over Branson Fresh 25-16, 23-25, 15-7
Nixa Fresh over Shiloh Christian, AR Fresh 25-21, 25-21
Reeds Springs JH over Aurora JH 25-19, 25-20
All Camp Team – Large School Division
Jackie Zellmer (MVP)
Nixa
Brooke Foster
Nixa
Courtney Kinney
Kickapoo Sierra Van Allen
Rogers, AR
Sarah Bukich
Malden
Courtney Cornell
Lindsay Terry
Shannon Powers
Sharh Delashardt
Danielle Farmer
Hannah West Marisa Pless
Darian Tracey
Catie Oberndurfer
Alax Simpson
Emily Carr
Brittany Shaw
Blair Creedon
Cali Green
Belton
Sr.
Carthage Sr.
Reeds Spring
Sr.
Hazelwood West Sr.
Poplar Buff
Soph
Shiloh Christ., AR Sr.
Har-Ber, AR
Sr.
Bolivar Jr.
Perryville
Sr.
Brookland, AR Sr.
Cameron
Jr.
Catoosa, OK
Jr.
Metro Christ., OK Sr.
Harrison, AR
Sr.
All Camp Team – Small School Division
Terra Dimetroff (MVP)
Hollister
Cortney Conrad
Hurley
Kalie Weinreis
Ash Grove Jamie Burkemper
Winfield Victoria Little
Hallsville
Kayle Hickey
Blue Eye
Kasey Hall
St. Joe Christian Jennie Ritchie
Lexington
Kristie Ashley
Appleton City
Kaycia Fry
Liberal
Ragin Dillion
Green Ridge
Molly Sander
Santa Fe
Kayla Kepler
Fair Grove
Kelsey Carver
Holden
Caitlin Whitman
Billings
Katelyn Joyner
Carl Junction
Erica Keeney
Houston
Kristen Anderson
Green Forest
Jarie Garrett
Ava
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Soph
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Soph
Sr.
Soph
2011 BASKETBALL CAMP RESULTS
Licking Summer Camps Results
Basketball June 3-4, 2011, Rolla, MO
Bracket Results
Harrisburg over Rolla 62-22
Vandalia, IL over Clever 46-44
Harrisburg JV over Eldon JV 47-46
Harrisburg Fresh. Ober California 8 52-50
Cuba JH over Seckman JH 45-29
All Camp Team
Chelsey Kruese (Co-MVP) Harrisburg
Haley Wollerman (Co-MVP) Vandalia, IL
Hailey Healy
Harrisburg
Hannah Edwards
Vandalia, IL
Madison Sherman Versailles
Demi Price
Galena
Samantha Williams Blue Jacket, OK
Nikki Halderman
Eldon
Jeni Steele
Rolla
Kristen Keeney
Jefferson
Abby Hatson
Cuba
Kelsey Austin
Newburg
Alyssa Coons
Union
Selma Fific
Fox
Randi Lee Plunkett Marion CO
Jordon Farmer
Clever
SR
SR
SR
SR
JR
SR
JR
SR
SR
Soph.
SR
Fresh.
JR
Soph.
Sr.
SR
Licking Summer Camp All Camp Team
June 16-18 Basketball II, Branson, MO
Bracket Results
Truman def. Ripley, OK 46-34
Putnam County def. Chamois 41-40
All Camp Team
Becca Jonas (MVP)
Anna Eslinger Molly Steele Mikalah Hardcastle
Caryll Ingles Caitlin Haley Marissa Shuey Sydnae Halton Haley Padgett Kelsey Scherder Lindsey Denney Miranda Brandt Samantha Williams Ellie Gore Kalisha Rose Katherine West Truman Ripley, OK
Alton Sparta Forsyth Quitman, AR Putnam County Centralia Richmond Bowling Green Everton Chamois Blue Jacket, OK East Newton Todd CO, KY
Charleston, AR Soph.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Soph.
Soph.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Licking Summer Camps All Camp Team
June 17-18, Rolla, MO
Bracket Results
Carthage over Blue Springs South 48-47
Hallsville over Rosati-Kain 43-23
Hermann over Webster Groves 53-45
Owensville over Hartville 48-26
Notre Dame ST.L over Jeff City JV 65-56
New Haven JV over Webster Groves JV 45-23
Dixon JV over Union JV 46-39
Cuba JH over Hartville JH 43-42
St. James JH over Newburg JH 45-27
Potosi JH over Sullivan JH 47-42
All Camp Team
Kaylee Morgan
Carthage (Co-MVP)
Laurn Rethemeyer Hermann (Co-MVP)
Hannah Blount
Carthage
Brittany Harris-Conway St. James
Kali Simmons
El Dorado Springs
Madison Winters
Orrick
Jordon Thompson Webster Groves
Erin Emerson
Rosati-Kain
Amber Purcefull
Willard
Karissa Hoffman
St. Clair
Monique Townson Jefferson City
Rachel Bassett
Union
Kariel Hutt
Blue Springs South
Krysta Perkins
Hermitage
Autumn Meyer
Tri-County
Maddie Marchetto Kennedy Catholic
Kiarra Daniels
Belleville West
Mackenzie Wipfler Valle Catholic
Lauren Little
Hallsville
SR
SR
SR
SR
JR
Soph.
SR
SR
JR
Soph.
Soph.
JR
SR
JR
JR
JR
JR
Soph.
SR
Licking Summer Camps Results
BB IV, Rolla, MO June 23-24
Bracket Results
South East Polk CO, IA over Republic 58-32
Sullivan over Marion, IL 54-28
St. James over Meadow Heights 43-36
Eminence over Hartville 60-44
Rolla over Borgia 59-34
Lesterville over Verona 32-21
Fair Grove JV over Puxico JV 43-28
Moberly JV over St. James JV 36-32
Owensville JH over Stockton JH 50-34
Central Park Hills JH over St. James JH 46-45
All Camp Team
Caitlin Ingle (MVP)
Whitney VanWky
Sierra Pryor
Kayla Thompson
MJ Buschmann
Sarah Cline
Kendal Hart
Taylor Cook
Hannah Nicloay
Ashlee Jackson
Lauren Jaeger
Danielle Farmer
Brooke Schulte
Jessica Clark
Kelsey Shepley
Meredith Thomas
Alexis Edward
Kendra Pinkley
Emilee Gibson
Riley Owens
Kelsey Williams
Megan O’Dell
Mackenzie Haddox
Hannah Yelton
SE-Polk, IA
SE-Polk, IA
Sullivan
Wellington
St. James
North County Christian
Montrose
Lesterville
Salisbury
Strafford
Clopton
Poplar Bluff
Mater Dei, IL
Marion, IL
Atchison CO, KS
Brashear
Republic
Woodland
Potosi
Park Hills
Eminence
Hartville
Borgia
Newburg
JR
SR
Soph
JR
JR
JR
SR
SR
Soph.
SR
SR
JR
SR
SR
JR
Soph.
SR
SR
JR
SR
SR
JR
SR
SR
Licking Summer Camps Results
Arnold BB VI July 15-16, 2011
Bracket Results
Borgia 39 South Fulton 25
Breese Central 47 Cor Jesu 38
Highland 46 Union 36
Mahomet 54 New Haven 32
Waterloo 43 St. Pius 38
Mendon 40 Oakville 31
Jeff City JH 27 Ft. Zumwalt South JH 24
Seckman JH 48 South Fulton JH 32
All Camp Team
Mackenzie Haddox (Co-MVP) BorgiaSr.
Taylor Voss (Co-MVP) Breese Central
Sr.
Lauren Russell
Oakville
Sr.
Rachel Rush
Mendon
Sr.
Jasmine Kuehn
Ste. Genevieve
Sr.
Texas Crowe
Seckman
Sr.
Erin Emerson
Rosati Kain
Sr.
Ali Loos
Waverly
Sr.
Caitlyn Wehner
Jefferson
Soph.
Jessie Wendt
Teutopolis
Sr.
Carly Beebe S. Fulton
Sr.
Hannah Severin
Fox
Sr.
Kristen Belyea
Mahomet
Sr.
Daria Cwiklowski
Valley Park
Sr.
Kelsey Benoit
Centralia
Sr.
Elizabeth Linberger North Shelby
Sr.
Maddie Marchetto Kennedy
Sr.
Gretchen Koller
Valle
Sr.
Rachel Steinhoff New Haven
Soph.
Kellie Pigg
Herculaneum
Jr.
Licking Summer Camp Results
Rolla Camp July 22-23, 2011
Bracket Results
Poplar Bluff over St. James 43-31
Kirksville over Nashville, AR 43-41 (OT)
Fatima JV over Owensville JV 39-26
Bishop DuBourg over IWA JV 42-38
St. Elizabeth over Vienna 46-32
Visitation JV over St. James JV 41-40
Ozark JH over Rolla JH 40-33
Ozark Freshman over Cuba Freshman 47-32
All Camp Team
Marissa Webb (Co-MVP) Poplar Bluff
Sr.
Mckenize Russell (Co-MVP) KirksvilleJr.
Danielle Farmer Poplar Bluff
Sr.
Malore Smith
Crystal City
Sr.
Kate Davis
Owensville
Sr.
Mikaila Baker
Festus
Sr.
Oliva Starcevich
Centerville, IA
Sr.
Haley Padgett
Richmond
Sr.
Lee Ann Palowy
Blair Oaks
Soph.
Brittany Harris-Conway St. James
Sr.
Amber Percival
Willard
Jr.
Brittanie Cline
Maynard
Fresh.
Sam Cavlovich
Incarnate Word AcademyJr.
Imani Hairston
Osceola
Sr.
Nicole Jones
Koshkonong
Sr.
Licking Summer Camps
July 29-30, 2010
St. Louis Sports Center
Bracket Finals
Duchesne over Ste Genevieve 25-21, 28-26
Valle Catholic over Blair Oaks 25-23, 25-11
Windsor over Fort Zumwalt East 25-23, 25-22
Bloomfield over Mountain View Liberty 22-25, 25-20,
19-17
Fort Zumwalt West JV over Ste. Genevieve JV
25-19, 26-28, 15-8
Jefferson JV over Herculaneum JV 25-16, 25-11
Mountain View JV over Waynesville JV
19-25, 25-23, 15-12
Valle JV over Ste. Genevieve JV 22-25, 25-12, 15-10
All Camp Team
Jenny Howard (MVP) Duchesne Sr.
Abbie O’Mara Duchesne Sr.
Kristen Faulkner Ste. Genevieve Sr.
Shelby Bland Mountain View Sr.
Liberty
Katie Bailey Montgomery County Sr.
Carlie Adams Braymer Jr.
Jamika McIntyre Portageville Sr.
Bry Pierce St. Clair Sr.
Stephanie Poelker Ritenour Sr.
Laura Blankenship Concordia Sr.
Lindsey Cole Batesville Sr.
Southside Alana Weiland Sullivan Sr.
Alex Fisher Training Ctr Christian Sr.
Sara Gregor Hazelwood West Jr.
Kelly Morris West Fort Zumwalt
Sr.
Katie Kirkueg Eldon Sr.
Taylor Pulley Bloomfield Sr.
Meariss Cage
Windsor Jr.
Taylor Edwards Ft. Zumwalt East Soph.
Licking Summer Camps Results
Rolla, MO BB VII July 28-29, 2011
Bracket Results
Jefferson City over Cor Jesu 43-33
Russellville over Crocker 52-47
Maynard, AR over Southern Boone 54-31
Rolla JV over Pacific JV 46-39
Jeff City JH I over Newburg JH 47-34
Jeff City JH II over Woodland JH 29-26
Notre Dame JH over Morrisville JH 52-49
All Camp Team
Napheesa Collier (MVP)Jeff City
Mallory Early
Leeton
Taylor Wilkens
Morrisville
Kalea Cheesman
Rolla
Shelley Berg
CMB, IA
Justice Bennett
Hurley
Julie Gassert
Kennedy
Emily Case
Richland
Taylor Muri
Jamestown
Emi Santhuff
Steelville
Amber Duncan
Russellville
Kristin Burnett
Jeff City
Micaela West
Maynard, AR
Bobbie Lustee
Hayti
Lizzy Almo
Pacific
Alyssa Sapp
Southern Boone
Larra Kabinski
Crocker
Fr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Soph.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Soph
Soph.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Licking Summer Camp Volleyball I
Poplar Bluff, MO June 3-4, 2011
Bracket Results
Farmington over Poplar Bluff 21-25, 25-17, 18-16
Poplar Bluff JV over Dexter JV 25-18, 18-25, 15-10
Dexter Freshman over Poplar Bluff Freshman 25-9, 25-16
All Camp Team
Rachel Williams (MVP) Farmington JR
Kaley Morse
Poplar Bluff
SR
Lauren Ward
Dexter
SR
Brittany Collins
North County
SR
Abby Dare
Puxico
JR
Audrey Wynne
Kennett
SR
Licking Summer Camps Volleyball II
Rolla, MO June 10-11
Bracket Results
Quincy, Il over Bismark 25-16, 25-6
Dakota, IL over Mountain Grove 26-24, 20-25, 15-11
Rolla over Cuba 25-16, 25-14
Quincy, IL JV over Pleasant Hills JV 25-19, 16-25, 15-10
Shiloh Christian, AR JV over Rolla JV 25-18, 19-25, 15-10
Shiloh Christian, AR Fresh over Linn Freshman 26-24,
11-25, 16-14
All Camp
Lexi Frese (MVP)
Quincy, IL
SR
India Green
Quincy, IL
JR
Aimee Hansel
Cuba SR
Sarah Thompson
Dakota, IL
Soph.
Natalie Oetting
Lexington
Soph.
Kaili Simmons
El Dorado SpringsJR
Codi Winslow
Pleasant Hill
Soph.
Shelley Helmig
Linn
JR
Kansas Martin
Galena, KS
JR
Marisa Patton
Summersville
SR
Madeline Carder
DeSoto
SR
Caitlyn Wehner
Jefferson
Soph.
Imani Hairston
Osceola
SR
Bailey Swope
West Plains
JR
Gosheng Her
Gentry, AR
JR
Seaia Ketcherside
Bismark
SR
Licking Summer Camp All Camp Team
Volleyball III Arnold, MO June 15-16
Bracket Results
Francis Howell over Hannibal 25-17, 26-24
Pacific over Jackson 25-27, 25-19, 15-11
Valle Catholic over Fox 21-25, 25-21, 15-12
North County JV over Jackson JV 25-23, 25-23
Perryville JV over De Soto JV 25-9, 25-18
Valle Catholic Freshman over Pacific Freshman
25-15, 16-25, 15-11
Ste. Genevieve Freshman over New Haven Freshman
25-16, 25-15
All Camp Team
Bailey Sparkman (MVP) Francis Howell JR
Kersten McDonaugh
Pacific
JR
Hannah Sawchak
Francis Howell SR
Kair Storm
Geneseo, IL
JR
Kelly Chott
Webster Groves SR
Amy Held
St. Pius
JR
Amie Dalton
Valle Catholic
SR
Gretchen Koller
Valle Catholic
JR
Kayce Nagel
Peotone, IL
SR
Riley Greenwell
Poplar Bluff
JR
Jordan Berry
Kirkwood
SR
Nakeyta Clair
Rich Central, IL SR
Paige Herbert
Bolivar
SR
Licking Summer Camp Results
June 8-9 VB I Poplar Bluff
Semi Finals:
Farmington over Twin Rivers
Cape Notre Dame over Poplar Bluff
Third Place:
Poplar Bluff over Twin Rivers 25-16, 25-16
Championship:
Cape Notre Dame over Farmington 25-21, 26-24
All Camp Team:
The Super Six
Miranda Fowler (MVP) Cape ND
Sr.
Carson Gill
Paragould
Sr.
Lauren Vaughn
Poplar Bluff
Sr.
Alex Glover
Holcomb
Soph.
Rachel Williams
Farmington
Sr.
Toni Cole
Twin Rivers
Sr.
Licking Summer Camps VB II
Rolla June 8-9, 2012
Bracket Finals
Level 1 Oak Park over Jefferson City, 25-13, 25-18
Level 2 Potosi over Wentzville, 25-12, 25-12
Level 3 Summersville over Ritenour, 20-25, 25-14, 15-8
Level 4 Appleton City over Cuba,25-20, 25-14
Level 5 Lebanon JV over Jefferson City JV, 25-18, 29-27
Level 6 Helias JV over Camdenton JV, 25-12, 25-15
Level 7 Houston JV over Rolla JV, 23-25, 27-25, 15-12
Level 8 Helias Freshman A over Helias Freshman B
25-23, 23-25, 15-13
All Camp Team
Amy Llindhorst (MVP) Oak Park
Sr.
Haleigh Offield
Oak Park
Sr.
Megan Hellwege
Kirkwood
Jr.
Morgan Knutt
Potosi
Sr.
Emma Chiodini
Ritenour
Jr.
Oliva Farbo
Billings
Soph.
2011 VOLLEYBALL CAMP RESULTS
Kayla Thibodeaux
Brittany Collins
Jordon McKinley
Melina Craft
Missy Long
Sarah Makowski
Leslie Hardin
Sara Plasencia
Allison Brown
Sarah Agie
Windsor
North County
Seckman
Jackson
Hazelwood West
Oakville
Madison, IL
Round Lake, IL
Fox
Conway
SR
SR
JR
JR
JR
JR
JR
SR
SR
SR
Licking Summer Camps All Camp Team
Volleyball IV Quincy, IL June 24-25
Bracket Finals
Quincy, Il over Hannibal 25-23, 25-20
Payson-Seymour, IL over Winfield 25-15, 25-20
Pleasant Plains, IL JV over St. Dominic JV 25-18, 25-19
Helias Freshman over Liberty Freshman 25-13, 25-16
All-Camp Team
Lexi Frese (MVP)
Quincy, IL
SR
India Green
Quincy, IL
Soph.
Cathrine Richards
Seymour, IL
SR
Gabbie Wiley
Hannibal
Soph
Callie Whetstone
Pleasant Plains, ILSR
Kari Berry Liberty, IL
SR.
Dana Kramer
St. Dominic
Soph.
Savanna Bramstedt
Davenport W., IA SR
Alison Wootten Bowling Green SR
Natalie Gorlock
Kirksville
SR
Taylor Pierce
Hollister
SR
Sidney Lammers
Helias
JR
Chole Kone
HickmanJR
Meghan Holdgrafer
Linn-Mar, IA
SR
Megan Slinkard
Jefferson City
SR
Kristin Burnett
Jefferson City
SR
Jenny Cannon
Winfield
SR
Licking Summer Camps VB V
June 11-12, 2011 Results @ Farmington
Bracket Finals
Valle Catholic over Perryville 25-23, 25-23
Farmington over Northwest 25-21, 25-15
Grandview over Arcadia Valley 19-25, 25-23, 15-13
Union over Central 25-15, 25-18
Valle Catholic JV over Central JV 25-19, 25-21
Ste. Genevieve JV over DeSoto JV 25-17, 22-25, 15-12
Ste. Genevieve 9 over Farmington 9 25-16, 26-24
Central 8 over Ste. Genevieve 8 25-22, 28-26
All-Camp Team
Natalie Grass Co-(MVP) Valle Catholic
SR
Rachel Williams (Co-MVP)Farmington
JR
Teagan Lorenz
Bismark
SR
Kylie Meyer
Valle Catholic
JR
Madison Mason
Arcadia Valley
SR
Briley Merritt
Central
JR
Riley Greenwall
Poplar Bluff
JR
Elle Korenak
Ste. Genevieve SR
Hailey Townsend
Grandview
SR
Stevee Anne May
South Iron
JR
Shea Leible
Perryville
SR
Randi Barrow
Greenfield, IL
JR
Natalie Gremond
Perryville
JR
Taylor Cook
Lesterville
SR
Aimie Simmers
Advance
JR
Holly Cissell
St. Vincent
JR
Katie Taylor
St. Vincent
SOPH
Alyssa Arnold
Northwest
SR
Haley Roberts
Farmington
SR
Brittany Collins
North County
SR
Licking Summer Camps Volleyball VI
Rolla, MO July 15-16
Bracket Results
Francis Howell North over Kirkwood 25-19, 25-19
Decatur, IL St. Teresa over Eminence
21-25, 25-13, 15-6
Fatima over Owensville 25-17, 25-17
Rolla over Centralia 25-17, 25-17
Pierce City over Potosi 21-25, 25-17, 17-15
Windsor JV over Carl Junction JV 16-25, 25-13, 15-6
St. Pius JV over Licking JV 25-23, 25-15
Fatima JV over Troy JV 25-19, 25-18
All Camp Team
Large School Division
Marie Less (Co-MVP) Decatur, IL St. Teresa Soph.
Alex Oppenborn (Co-MV)Francis Howell NorthSr.
Sam Hogan
Troy
Jr.
Becky Dyer
Owensville
Sr.
Annie Howard
Seneca
Jr.
Johanna Linoner
Carl Junction
Sr.
Jordon Wooden
Decatur, IL St. TeresaSr.
Sydney Nelson
Duchesne
Sr.
Ky Bauer
St. Dominic
Jr.
Kristen Burnett
Jeff City
Sr
Megan Doeshoff
Francis Howell North Sr.
Jordon Berry
Kirkwood
Sr.
Kayla Fischer
Hillcrest
Jr.
Kaela Cheesman
Rolla
Sr.
Small School Division
Kelsey Williams (MVP) Eminence
Sr
Kylee Gromer
Bunker
Jr.
Danni Gusman
Windsor
Sr.
Jami Meyer
St. Pius
Sr.
Perry Manley
St. Elmo
Jr.
Ashli Burton
Stockton
Sr.
Rachel Lucas
Sullivan
Jr.
Megan Pope
Fatima
Sr.
Erica Phillips
Mid-Buchanan Sr.
Molly Maddox
Centralia
Sr.
Sara Baker
St. Clair
Sr.
Molly Fopley
Braymer
Sr.
Morgan Knott
Potosi
Jr.
Licking Summer Camps
Branson Camp Results July 21-23
Bracket Finals
Valley View, AR over Perryville 25-18, 25-20
Hollister over Fair Grove 27-29, 25-17, 15-13
Shawnee, OK over North County 25-16, 25-18
Bernie over Okay, OK 25-19, 25-20
Ozark JV over Blue Eye JV 25-14, 25-17
Kickapoo I over Cahokia, IL 25-23, 25-14
Kickapoo II over Harrison, AR 25-20, 26-24
Blue Eye over Columbia Hickman 19-25, 25-16, 15-13
Nettleton AR, JV over Booneville, AR JV 25-18, 25-21
Appleton City JV over Spokane JV 19-25, 26-24, 15-12
McDonald CO over Atkins, OK 25-16, 25-13
Nixa Freshman over Kickapoo Freshman 25-20, 23-25,
16-14
Lovejoy, IL JH over Alpena, AR JH 25-14, 25-21
All Camp Team
Shelby Daniel (MVP)
Valley View, AR Sr.
Megan Mathis
Valley View, AR Jr.
Taylor Pierce
Hollister
Sr.
Hannah Campbell
Nettleton, AR
Sr.
Baylee Brown
Coweta, OK
Sr.
Dani Kepler
Fair Grove
Sr.
Dorien Stancall
McDonald CO
Sr.
Morgan Mueller
Perryville
Sr.
2012 VOLLEYBALL CAMP RESULTS
Darcy Latham
Paige Charboneau
Alicia Woods
Abbi Mcknelly
Kimber Thomas
Emma Drake
Taylor Barton
Anna Stock
Clair Wehmeyer
Miehala Mattingly
Ashley Dudenhoeffer
Taylor Gibson
Maritza Perez
Marcy Davis
Emily Dodge
Markita Bryosn
Bismarck North County
Jefferson City
Jefferson City
Appleton City
Hickman
West Plains
Quincy
Owensville
Northwest
Helias
Cuba
Alpena, AR
Mexico
Rolla
Summersville
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Fresh.
Sr.
Freshman
Sr.
Sr.
Freshman
Senior
Senior
Junior
Junior
Soph.
Licking Summer Camps Results VB III
Arnold, MO June 13-14, 2012
Bracket Finals
Varsity Levels
Kirkwood over Eureka, 16-25, 25-22, 15-10
Ft. Zumwalt West over North County,25-18, 25-19
Pleasant Plains over Smith Cotton,22-25, 25-12, 15-10
Ste. Genevieve over Windsor,20-25, 25-18, 15-12
Pickneyville, IL over Sullivan,25-14, 25-19
Sub Varsity Levels
Ft. Zumwalt West JV over Odessa JV,25-8, 25-13
Ste. Genevieve Freshman over Seckman Freshman II
25-15, 15-19
Valle Catholic Freshman over Seckman Freshman I
25-12, 25-21
All Camp Team
Anne Hellwege (MVP) Kirkwood
Jr.
Catie Harding
Kirkwood
Soph.
Devan Fairfield
Grain Valley
Sr.
Jennifer Brendel
Oakville
Sr.
Emily Wunnenberg
Ft. Zumwalt West Sr.
Oliva West
Amie Held
Megan Craver
Whitney Bieser
Emily Thebeau
Anissa Bennett
Rachel Lucas
Megan Whitlock
Carli Beckett
Natlie Gremond
Courtney Koetting
Erin Birschbach
Lauren Redman
Layne Devine
Caley Roberts
Liz Harris
Kylie Dement
Brandi Moorehead
Hazelwood West Sr.
St. Pius
Sr.
Pleasant Plains Jr.
Valle Catholic
Sr.
DeSoto
Sr.
Peotone, IL
Jr.
Sullivan
Sr.
Odessa
Sr.
Hillsboro
Sr.
Perryville
Sr.
Smith-Cotton
Fr.
Fox
Jr.
Windsor
Sr.
Ste. Genevieve Sr.
Seckman
Jr.
Bolivar
Sr.
North County
Sr.
Miller Career AcademySr.
Licking Summer Camps Results VB IV
Quincy, IL June 22-23, 2012
Bracket Finals
Level 1 Helias over Quincy, 18-25, 25-22, 15-8
Level 2 Helias II over Hannibal, 23-25, 25-18, 15-10
Level 3 Pleasant Plains over Liberty,
17-25, 25-23, 15-10
Level 4 Pleasant Plains JV over Lin-Mar,
13-25, 25-21, 15-11
Level 5 Lin-Mar 9 over Hannibal 9, 25-14, 26-24
All Camp Team
Sidney Lammers (MVP) Helias
Sr
Brittney Engelbrecht
Helias
Jr.
Taylor Anderson
Holden
Jr.
Allison Brewer
St. Dominic
Sr.
Kay Gieseke
Hannibal
Sr.
Megan Hakenwerth
Bowling Green Sr.
Haley Bax
Helias
Sr.
Katy Claus
Liberty
Sr.
Nichole Cook
Kirksville
Sr.
Kati Martin
Alexis Mitchell
Paula Wilkins
Emily Carr
Maddie Schmidt
Janika Collier
Brittany Collins
Rachel Lucas
Maggie McMenamy
Katie Huff
Katie Baker
Jordon Hagood
Maddie Belk
Sabra Boes
Lauren Little
Erin Eckhoff
Kelsey Davidson
Taylor Bollinger
Chandler Saner
Madyson Berkenpas Ray Myers
Annie Howard
Kelsey Terrell
Kelsi Lupton
Halli Brackman
Meghan O’Hare
Sarah Bukich
Arriel Paulette
Kimberly Lake
Morgan Tipton
Willow Springs Jr.
Blue Eye
Sr.
Booneville, AR Sr.
Cameron
Sr.
Monett
Sr.
Paris
Sr.
North County
Sr.
1st Assembly, TN Sr.
Crane
Jr.
Har-Ber, AR
Sr.
Bernie
Jr.
Mt. St. Mary, OK Soph.
Brookland, AR Sr.
Reeds Spring
Sr.
Hallsville
Sr.
Stover
Sr.
Holden
Jr.
Sands Springs, OKSoph.
New Covenant Soph.
Midway
Soph.
Kickapoo
Soph.
Seneca
Jr.
Harrison, AR
Sr.
Hurley
Sr.
Concordia
Sr.
Kingsville
Sr.
Malden
Jr.
Lovejoy, IL
Fresh.
Columbia HickmanSr.
Grandview
Jr.
Licking Summer Camps
Lake of the Ozarks Results
Volleyball VIII July 28-29
Bracket Results
Lincoln, IL over Borgia 25-14, 22-25, 15-12
Ste. Genevieve over Bolivar 22-25, 25-23, 15-10
Skyline over Louisa-Muscatine, IA 23-25, 25-15, 15-13
Christian Heritage, OK over Savannah 25-18, 25-13
Lafayette JV over Spokane JV 25-17, 21-25, 15-10
Borgia JV over Poplar Bluff JV 25-22, 25-10
Lincoln, IL Freshman over Camdenton Freshman
25-20, 25-22
All Camp Team
Taylor Olden (MVP)
Lincoln, IL
Sr.
Tayler Heidbreder
Lincoln, IL
Sr.
Abbi Williams
Camdenton
Jr.
Kaycia Fry
Liberal
Sr.
Janie Aaron
Borgia
Soph.
Brygen Konte
Borgia
Sr.
Taylor Cook
Lesterville
Sr.
Emma Peterson
Savannah
Jr.
Alyx Gepford
Butler
Soph.
Kelcee Rosslan
Blair Oaks
Sr.
Marisa Grayson
Lafayette
Sr.
Alyssa Bullock
Chamonis
Jr.
Sydney Deeken
California
Soph.
Ellie Kerenak
Ste. Genevieve Sr.
Malory Huck
Ste. Genevieve Jr.
Kylie Ellison
Fort Zumwalt WesSr.
Micah Cribbs
Bolivar
Sr.
Danielle Goodman
Mt. Vernon
Sr.
Allison Payne
Skyline
Sr.
Sara Gregor
Hazelwood West Sr.
Ragin Dillon
Green Ridge
Jr.
Summer Dean
Osage
Sr.
Elizabeth Tracy
Christian Heritage, OK Soph.
Shayla Fordyce
Louisa-Muscatine, IA Sr.
Kimi Nelson
Megan Craver
Megan Allmandinger
Michaela Llewellyn
Mercer Co
Pleasant Plains
Lin-Mar
Quincy
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Licking Summer Camps Results
July 9-10 VB Camp V Farmington, MO
Bracket Finals
Lutheran South over Valle Catholic, 22-25, 25-15, 15-12
Cape Notre Dame over North County, 25-22, 25-17
Park Hills Central over Arcadia Valley, 25-15, 25-22
Jefferson JV over New Haven JV, 25-20, 25-20
Valle Catholic JV over West County JV, 25-20, 16-25,
15-12
Poplar Freshman over DeSoto Fresh, 25-23, 25-22
Farmington 9 over Poplar Bluff 9, 25-19, 25-23
Ste. Genevieve over Bismark JH, 25-18, 22-25, 15-9
All Camp Team
Kelsey Luster (Co-MVP) Cape Notre Dame Sr.
Claire Luther (Co-MVP) Lutheran South Sr.
Emily Schrempp
Cedar Catholic, NESr.
Paige Schmelzte
Ste. Genevieve Sr.
Katie O’Tolle
Lutheran South Sr.
Alli May
Bunker
Jr.
Rachel Williams
Farmington
Sr.
Kristen Williams
Arcadia Valley
Soph.
Koutney kekec
North County
Soph.
Lauren Buxton
Perryville Sr.
Darcy Latham
Bismark
Jr.
Kayla Cook
Salem, IL
Jr.
Sydney Skaggs
Park Hills Central Soph.
Kairie Meyer
Valle Catholic
Sr.
Immerah Bethume Lesterville
Jr.
Taylor Covington New Haven
Soph.
Gretchen Koller
Valle Catholic
Sr.
Celese Blum
North County
Sr.
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2012 VOLLEYBALL cont’d
Licking Summer Camps Results
VB VI Camp at Rolla July 13-14, 2012
Bracket Finals
Level 1 Lafayette, KY over Troy, 25-22, 25-22
Level 2 Pierce City over Buffalo, 25-23, 19-25, 15-13
Level 3 Hesston, KS over Billings, 25-18, 25-14
Level 4 Licking over Bunker, 25-23, 25-15
Level 5 Fatima JV over Owensville JV, 25-23, 29-28
Level 6 Willow Springs over Forsyth JV, 25-22, 25-22
Level 7Broken Arrow, OK JV over St. Dominic JV,
25-21, 25-16
Level 8 Lebanon JV over Fatima JV, 25-18, 26-24
Level 9 Oakland JH over Lebanon JH, 25-10, 25-13
All Camp Team
Sara Jenkins (MVP)
Lafayette, KY
Sr.
Chander Kinley
Lafayette, KY
Soph
Courtney Huff
Troy
Jr.
Krishna Memman
Pierce City
Sr.
Morgan Henderson
Buffalo
Sr.
Megan Voth
Hesston, KS
Jr.
Megan Smith
Licking
Soph.
Claire Stowe
Union
Jr.
April Paulette
Lovejoy, IL
Jr.
Abby Cachero
Broken Arrow, OK Sr.
Megan Maxey
St. Elmo, IL
Sr.
Kyle Gromer
Bunker
Sr.
Chloe Kome
HickmanSr.
Sarah Bukich
Malden
Sr.
Hannah Travis
Uniontown, KS
Jr.
Morgan Kensinger
Fair Grove
Sr.
Maddie Eifert
Francis Howell No. Sr.
Shondra Davis
Billings
Jr.
Alexis Haynes
Ritenour
Sr.
Bailey Pfieffer
Booneville
Sr.
Clair Wehmeyer
Owensville
Sr.
Beronna Williams
Waynesville
Sr.
Emilee Gibson
Potosi
Sr.
Sydney Cremer
Houston
Jr.
Brianna Hayner Mid Buchanan Sr.
Licking Summer Camps BB I Results
Rolla June 1-2, 2012
Tournament Finals
Level 1 Civic Memorial, IL over Webster Groves 46-36
Level 2 Hartville over Osage 41-39 (OT)
Level 3 Hartville JV over Webster Groves JV 33-28
Level 4 Harrison, AR 9 over Ft Zumwalt S. JH 47-39
Level 5 Jefferson City BB JH over Fox JH 55-29
All Camp Team
Lindsey Fencel (MVP) Civic, IL
Junior
Brittany Zipprich
Civic, IL
Junior
Abbie Palousek
Webster Groves Senior
Bailie Osborne
Licking
Soph.
Kenzie Jones
Park Hills
Soph.
Lindsay Medlin
Crocker
Freshman
Erin Birschbach
Fox
Junior
Kylee Gromer
Bunker
Senior
Kayla Kee
Brookland, Ar
Senior
Amber Bruno
Vandalia, IL
Senior
Amber Sillyman
Houston
Senior
Sara Griffin
Cuba
Senior
Megan Odell
Hartville
Senior
Kourtney Carey
Steelville
Junior
Izzy Morris
Osage
Soph.
Licking Summer Camps BB II
Rolla, MO June 15-16, 2012
Bracket Finals
Level 1 Herman over Belleville West, IL 53-39
Level 2 Blair Oaks over Hartville 62-37
Level 3 Licking over Purdy 54-33
Level 4 East Buchanan over Salem 48-28
Level 5 Stockton JV over Hartville JV 38-32
Level 6 Iberia JV over East Buchanan 40-27
Level 7 Jefferson City JH over Sullivan JH 52-33
Level 8 Hartville JH over Blair Oaks JH 37-30
All Camp Team
Karine Lane (MVP)
Hermann
Jr.
Jamie Gleeson
Hermann
Jr.
Sydnee Garrett Stockton
Soph.
Amy Dorge
Blair Oaks
Sr.
Lee Ann Ploowy
Blair Oaks
Jr.
Megan Smith
Licking
Soph.
Mattie White
Purdy
Sr.
Asia Cochran
Belleville West Jr.
Morgan Grither
Ste. Genevieve Sr.
MJ Bushmann
St. James
Sr.
Hannah Nicolay
Salisbury
Jr.
Chelsea Dewey
East Buchanan Sr.
Gretchen Kouen
Valle Catholic
Sr.
Stewart County, TNJr.
Jese Vinson
Taylor Miller
Blue Eye
Sr.
Chelsey Murphy
Warsaw
Sr.
Licking Summer Camps Results BB III
Branson, MO June 14-16, 2012
Bracket Finals
Level 1 Ozark over Beggs, OK 52-36
Level 2 Muldrow, OK over Dumas, AR 47-22
Level 3 Ste. Genevieve over Westside, AR 43-38
All Camp Team
Jackie Fugate (MVP)
Ozark
Sr.
Licking Summer Camps Results
VB Camp VII
Branson, MO July 19-21, 2012
Bracket Finals
(Super Bracket)
Valley View, AR over St. Teresa, IL, 18-25, 26-24, 15-11
Valley View, AR over Pleasant Hill, 25-19, 25-20
St. Teresa, IL over Jonesboro, AR, 25-20, 25-17
Farmington over Mountain Grove, 25-15, 25-18
Seneca over Valley Springs, AR, 25-21, 19-25, 15-9
William Chrisman over Bolivar, 25-13, 25-12
Sedalia Smith Cotton over Jefferson, 25-22, 25-18
Hollister over Paris, AR, 25-18, 24-26, 15-13
Alpena, AR over Sand Springs, OK, 25-12, 25-16
Nixa JV over Kickapoo JV, 25-12, 25-14
Poplar Bluff JV over Greenwood JV, 25-16, 27-19
Green CO Tech, AR over Paris, AR JV, 25-17, 25-20
Bloomfield JV over Blue Eye JV, 25-14, 25-22
Nixa 9 over Reed Springs 9, 25-20, 18-25, 15-12
Reeds Spring JH over Harrison, AR JH, 25-15, 25-19
All Camp Team
Megan Mathis (MVP) Valley View, AR Sr.
Brentlee Weaver
Valley View, AR Jr.
Courtney Huck
St. Teresas, IL Sr.
Nikki Tagupa
Jonesboro, AR Jr.
Kai Wesemann
Pleasant Hill
Soph.
Alexa Black
Greenwood, AR Sr.
Molly Ward Mansfield, AR
Jr.
Carley Rother Clinton, OK
Sr.
Shayna McMillin
Nettleton, AR
Jr.
Rachel Lynch
Alpena, AR
Sr.
Chandler Jener
New Covenant Jr.
Natlie Gremand Perryville
Sr.
Kiarra Herron
Cahokia, IL
Sr.
Alyson Cramer
Harrison, AR
Sr.
Lauren Lansing
Sedalia Smith-CottonSr.
Nichole Cook
Kirksville
Sr.
Bailee Settle
Jefferson
Sr.
Aime Simmers
Advance
Sr.
Roxanne Brown
Metro Christian, OKJr.
Bailey Chambers Crane
Sr.
Jordan Leadstrom
Warrensburg
Sr.
Anna Bland
Walnut Ridge, AR Jr.
Makinze Kennedy
Margret Freeman
Tatum May
Ellen Reisch
Megan Ensign
Chloe Cordell
Brittany Ward
Haley Owen
Shelby Ballard
Kalie Whalen Emily Hoover
Jenka Schooley
Madison Laubach
Danielle Krause
Rachel Williams
Haiden White
Jenna McGraw
Alxy McGee Maddie Halford
Riley Greenwall
Payton Peavey
Libby Dove
Danielle Curnes
Cowetta, OK
Sr.
Trinity Christian Sr.
Galena
Sr.
Blue Eye
Sr.
Cameron
Sr.
Enid, OK
Jr.
Booneville, AR Sr.
Paris, R
Sr.
Hollister
Sr.
Bloomfield
Jr.
Seneca
Sr.
Pea Ridge, AR Jr.
Green County Tech, ArSr.
Concordia
Jr.
Farmington
Sr.
Catoosa, OK
Sr.
North County
Jr.
Brookland, AR Sr.
Mountain Grove Sr.
Poplar Bluff
Sr.
Bolivar
Sr.
Green Ridge
Soph.
Reeds Spring
Jr.
Licking Summer Camps Results VB VIII
Lake of the Ozarks July 26-27, 2012
Bracket Results
Mountain Grove over Bolivar, 19-25, 25-19, 15-4
Ste. Genevieve over Hollister, 25-27, 25, 19, 15-9
Eldon over Versailles 25-19, 25-14
Russellville over S. Boone CO, 25-13, 25-17
Rolla over Cole Camp, 27-25, 25-18
Camdenton JV over Eldon JV, 25-18, 25-13
Eminence JV over Windsor JV 25-23, 25-13
Lincoln, IL Fr. over Camdenton Fr. 18-25, 25-20, 16-14
All Camp Team
Maddie Halford (MVP) Mountain Grove Sr.
Shelby Clifton
Mountain Grove Jr.
Dawn Emmert
Bolivar
Jr.
Dawn Myers
Lesterville
Jr.
Betsy Olson
Lincoln, IL
Soph.
Danielle Morgan
Portageville Sr.
Mason Harms
Cole Camp
Sr.
Austin Welch
Hollister
Sr.
Darian Bushong
Aerika Froelick
Makayla Campbell
Kristin Huffy
Taylor Atkinson
Megan Graham
Ashley Critchfield
Monica Inman
Hannah Ennis
Mallory Wirth
Abi Williams
Ava
Jr.
Rolla
Soph.
Windsor Jr.
Boonville
Jr.
Eldon
Jr.
Kingsville
Sr.
St. Joseph ChristianSr.
Ste. Genevieve Sr.
Eminence
Sr.
Geneseo, IL
Sr.
Camdenton
Sr.
Licking Summer Camps Results VB
IX Joplin, MO July 25-26, 2012
Bracket Finals
Carl’s Junction over Fayetteville, AR, 25-17, 25-17
Springfield Central over Nevada, 26-24, 14-25, 15-9
Seneca over Crane, 25-16, 25-12
Lockwood over Butler, 25-19, 25-22
Joplin McAuley over Huntsville, AR, 25-19, 25-12
Carl Junction JV over Holden JV, 25-22, 20-25, 15-13
Seneca JV over Marionville JV, 25-21, 25-21
Fayetteville, AR Fr. over Holden Fr., 25-18, 25-15
All Camp Team
Katie Wiele (MVP)
Carl’s Junction Jr.
Mackenzie Irwin
Carl’s Junction Soph.
Courtney Parnell
Cassville
Sr.
Linsey Denney
Everton
Sr.
Taylor Gibson
Cuba
Sr.
Alyx Gepford
Butler
Jr.
Kaili Simmons El Dorado SpringsSr.
Brooke Mitchell
Marionville
Sr.
Mary Maevz
Central
Jr.
Morgan McNeley
Nevada
Soph.
Sierra Smith
Gentry, OK
Jr.
Allison Forrest
Forsyth
Sr.
Jessica Maggard
Sarcoxie
Soph
Annin Howard
Seneca
Sr.
Miranda Green
Joplin McAuley Soph.
Chloe Sowell
Lockwood
Sr.
Amanda Mullen
Verona
Jr.
Hope Woods
Huntsville
Sr.
Lenee Gibson
Webb City
Jr.
Stefani Thomas
Diamond
Sr.
2012 BASKETBALL CAMP RESULTS
Brittany Fowler
Cassie Miller
Kourtney Carney
Marissa Shuey Nikki Thordsen
Jasmine Tauai
Bailey White
Jenny Simpson
Alanna Craft
Kaylee Yates
Nikki Fuemmeler
Halee Sharp
Kaitlyn Van Maguer
Dominque Dillard
Akrista Greer
Emily Stoneceptor
Hannah Bland
Mona Mitchell
Ashley Newell
Buffalo Island Central, AR Sr.
Beggs, OK
Sr.
Hartshorne, OK Sr.
Putnam County Sr.
Lincoln, AR
Sr.
Ozark
Fr.
Greenville
Jr.
Richmond
Jr.
Van-Cove, AR
Fr.
West Side, AR Sr.
Glasgow
Jr.
Muldrow, OK
Sr.
Centralia
Sr.
Forrest City, AR Jr.
Versailles
Sr.
Doniphan
Sr.
Waynesville
Jr.
Dumas, AR
Sr.
Climax Springs Sr.
Licking Summer Camp Results
BB IV Rolla, MO June 21-22
Bracket Finals
Republic over Francis Howell, 50-39
Crocker over Atchison CO, KS, 49-31
Cuba over Woodland, 47-30
Lone Oak, KY over Hartville, 48-44
St. James JV over Union JV, 45-31
Highland, IL JV over Francis Howell JV, 55-24
Lone Oak, KY Fresh. Over St. James 8, 53-30
St. Louis Metro JH over Warrenton JH, 39-26
Clopton JH over Lockwood JH, 38-33
All Camp Team
Alex Botlein (MVP)
Republic
Sr.
Heather Harmon
Walnut Grove
Jr.
Alice Heinzler
Republic
Sr.
Carol Ryan
Francis Howell Sr.
Whitney McElhoney
Schyuler CO
Sr.
Danielle Grave
LaQuey
Jr.
Ashton Luttrull
Highland, MO
Sr.
Kayla Thompson
Wellington
Sr.
Shelby Dunn
Clopton
Jr.
Katie Cordray
Lathrop
Jr.
Rachel Williams
Farmington
Sr.
Allison Wallisch
Atchison CO, KS Jr.
Megan Wall Crocker
Sr.
Sloane Snodgrass
Vienna
Soph.
Hanna Keene
Warrenton
Sr.
Kelsey Kingsland DeSoto
Soph.
Josie Long
Woodland
Jr.
Shelly Whitaker
Cuba
Soph.
Licking Summer Camp Results BB V
Branson, MO June 27-29, 2012
Bracket Finals
Bowling Green over Ursuline 49-47
Afton, OK over St. Marys, KS 33-32
Alton over Dora 37-34
All Camp Team
Kelsey Scherder (MVP) Bowling Green
Courtney Kadlec
Bowling Green
Miranda Brandt
Chomis
Taylor Watts
Watts, OK
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Taylor Bolinger
Mikaela Blissett
Lindey Broyles
Taylor Plattner
Cortney Brown
Caitlin Evans
Carrie Shepherd
Kourtney Carey
Kelsi Land
Moriah Shelton
Breanna Kline
Kamey Chamberlain
Hannah Weisbrod
Hannah Holasek
St. Marys-Coplgan, KSSr.
Scott County CentralJr.
East Newton
Jr.
Archie
Soph.
Afton, OK
Jr
Pleasant Hope Sr.
South Pemiscot Jr.
Steelville
Jr.
Dora
Soph.
Fairland, OK
Soph.
Humboldt, KS
Soph.
Vinita, OK
Jr.
Ursuline AcademySr.
Lexington
Sr.
Licking Summer Camps BB VI
School of the Osage July 9-10, 2012
Bracket Finals
Dixon 39 Macon 35
(St. L) Notre Dame 58 Oak Park 40
Tuscumbia 46 Iberia 38
JCBC 38 Osage JV 32
EVO JH 48 Puxico JH 38
All Camp Team
Hunter Yokum (MVP) Dixon
Sr.
Sydney Kremer Notre Dame
Fr.
Taylor Gasperoni Notre Dame Jr.
Taylor Hagenhuff Helias
Sr.
Allie Dietrich Palmyra
Jr.
Kendra Vaughn Tuscumbia
Soph.
Darcy Baird Helias
Soph.
Morgyn Nelson Puxico
Soph.
Gabby Ebers Sacred Heart of SedaliaJr.
Allisyn Carnahan Macks Creek
Sr.
Linsey Denney Everton
Sr.
Shelby Graves Davis County, IA Jr.
Kaitlyn Taylor Osceola
Soph.
Mackenzie Sconce South Callaway Sr.
Licking Summer Camps BB VII
Arnold, MO July 13-14, 2012
Bracket Finals
Level 1 Poplar Bluff 49 Unity, IL 29
Level 2 St. Charles Lutheran 44 Piasa, IL 35
Level 3 St. Clair 52 Seckman 43
Level 4 Incarnate Word JV 46 No. Co. Christian 43
Level 5 Ursuline JV 50 Kirkwood JV 32
Level 6 Seckman JV 45 Ste. Genevieve JV 35
Level 7 Fox 8 52 Trimpe, IL JH 37
Level 8 St. Clair JH 48 Lutheran South JH 44
All Camp Team
Danielle Farmer (MVP) Poplar Bluff Sr.
Sarah Cline No. Co. Christian Sr.
Brady Bitzmann IWA
Fr.
Allison Hinson St. Clair
Soph.
Paige Schmelyle Ste. Genevieve Sr.
Alicia Kern Scott City
Sr.
Bailie Caldwell
Duquoin, IL
Sr.
Gretchen Koller Valle Catholic Sr.
Elizabeth Lingberger North Shelby Sr.
Natalie Mueller Saxony Lutheran Sr.
Kori Farmer Seckman
Sr.
Maddy Greeling Piasa Southwestern Sr.
Natalie Weinhold Caroline Basler Erin Birschbach Kadja Brown Laurel Dehn Michelle Puglisi Elle Skelton Krista Armontrout Caitlin Rowe Jess Moore Kristen Belyea Emily Secrist Tiarra Fitzpatrick Breanne Begeman Brooklyn Moore Kylie Crouse Elizabeth Lingberger
Lutheran St. CharlesSr.
St. Pius
Sr.
Fox
Jr.
Cardinal Ritter Soph.
Clinton
Jr.
Lutheran South Jr.
Kirkwood
Soph.
Centralia Sr.
Maynard, AR
Sr.
Eureka
Jr.
Mahomet-SeymourSr.
Rosati-Kain
Sr.
Bishop Dubourg Sr.
Unity, IL Sr.
Unity, IL Sr.
South Fulton
Fr.
North Shelby Sr.
Licking Summer Camp Results BB VIII
Rolla, MO July 20-21, 2012
Bracket Finals
Rolla over Jeff City, 43-38
St. James over Visitation, 42-40 (OT)
St. Elizabeth over Jamestown, 45-42
Borgia JV over Eugene, JV 38-24
Richmond JH over Bismark JH, 42-22
Metro Hoops JH over St. James JH, 40-36
All Camp Team
Ahslee Marlatt (Co-MVP) St. James
Madison Collier (Co-MVP)Rolla
Janie Arand
Borgia
Jasmine Amsden
Festus
Natalie Dumme
Iowa Valley, IA
Andrea Woods
Richmond
Shelby Baxter
Baxter, IA
Shelby Dunn
Clopton
Jordan Weisenback
Maynard, AR
Mickayla Strother
Jamestown
Kalyn Brown
No. Co. Christian
Soph.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Fresh.
Fresh.
Sr.
Licking Summer Camps Results
BB IX July 26-27, 2012
Bracket Finals
Camdenton over Borgia, 57-50
Morrisville over North Calloway, 43-35
Crystal City over Seckman, 40-38 (OT)
Rolla Freshman over Morrisville, JV 43-26
St. Louis Notre Dame JH over Jefferson City JH, 39-32
All Camp Team
Whitney Snow (MVP) Camdenton
Jr.
Sophie Shore Camdenton
Fr.
Andria Zallis
Rolla
Sr.
Katie Lindemann
Borgia
Sr.
Emily Flecke
Crystal City
Jr.
Madeline Ronsheusen St. Louis Notre DameFr.
Sam Byington
Seckman
Sr.
Brady Britzmann
Incarnate Word Acad.Fr.
Jaida Gray
North Callaway Jr.
2013 BASKETBALL CAMP RESULTS
Licking Summer Camps
May 31-June 1, 2013 Basketball I
Licking Summer Camps
June 13-15, 2013 Basketball IV
Bracket Results
Level 1 Webster Groves 40 St. James 38
Level 2 Newburg 41 Washington 30
Level 3 Webster Groves JV 32 Bolivar JV 24
Level 4 Jeff City Freshman 50 Fox Freshman 44
Level 5 S Calloway JH 55 Rolla 7th 15
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Leah Brand (MVP) Webster Groves
Rachel Sondag Webster Groves
Morgan Brandt Fatima
Shelby Roberts Bolivar
Jordan Maynard Brookland, AR
Alexis Uffmann St. James
Caitlyn Wehner Jefferson
Kyra Hardesy Washington
Gabe Otte Rolla
Chloe Franklin Harrisburg
Rena Richardson Newburg
Bethany Oberlink Brownstown, IL
Aurora Pfeiffer Cuba
Drew Myers Lesterville
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Fr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Licking Summer Camps
June 7-8, 2013 Basketball II
Bracket Results
William Christman 55 St. Pius 41
William Christman JV 55 Belton JV 20
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Kenzie Erickson (MVP) William Christman HS
Adreon Bell William Christman HS
Paige Howard Belton HS
Courtnie Lewis Belton HS
Isabel Madick
Lathrop HS
Laine Mills Cass-Midway
Courtney Osborn Lone Jack HS
Abby Hipp St. Pius HS
Natalie Denzer St. Pius HS
Licking Summer Camps Branson,
June 14-15, 2013 Basketball III
Bracket Results
St. James 51 Carthage 37
Park Hills 62 Rolla 41
Osage 42 Orrick 27
Jeff City JV 40 Oak Grove 38 (OT)
Osage JV 45 Bourbon 30
Richland JH 43 Steelville JH 40
Osage 8 over Osage 7 39-37 (OT)
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Ashlee Marlatt (MVP) St. James
Shauna Rinehart
St. James
Tressa Linson
Blue Eye
Alexa Schaaf
El Dorado Springs
Shannon McCaul
Rolla
Kensie Jones
Park Hills
Shelly Whitaker
Cuba
Rebeca Thompson
Calvary
Kourtney Carey
Steelville Katlyn Gibson
Argenta, IL
Madison Winters
Orrick
Isabel Morris
Osage
Sydnee Skaggs
Park Hills
Bailey Osborne
Licking
Maddye Rice
McKracken, TN
Rachel Sondag
Webster Groves
Vanessa Pawlak
Carthage
Allison Collins
Rushville
Mackenzie Wipfien
Valle Catholic
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Soph.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Licking Summer Camps Rolla, MO
June 21-22, 2013 Basketball V
Bracket Results
St. James 48 Sullivan 41
Iowa City, IA 61 Strafford 54
LaQuey 42 Montgomery County 26
Lathrop 53 Springfield Lutheran, IL 44
St. Elizabeth 40 Glasgow 16
Hermann JV 43 Helias Freshman 35
MO
New Haven JV 50 Lathrop JV 34
Mathews Dickey 8 41 Stafford JV 30
Lockwood JH 65 Rolla 6 53
Seckman JH 24 Richards 21
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Alexis Uffmann (Co-MVP)St. James
Haley Lorenzen(Co-MVP)Iowa City, IA
Rachel Steinhoff
New Haven
Shelby Dunn
Clopton
Laken McDavis
Hartville
Kaitlynn Painter
Morrisville
Sr.
Chelsea Canania
Seckman
Soph.
Jamie Gleeson
Hermann
Jr.
Katie Cordray
Lathrop
Sr.
Jenna Clements
Strafford
Sr.
Lakyn Boltz
Keokuk
Jr. Kelsey Winfrey
Lebanon
Jr.
Michaela Gronewold
Illini West
Fr.
Megan Haley
Schuyler County
Sr.
Taylor Williams
Cuba
Sr.
Allie Heckemyer
St. Elizabeth
Sr.
Brooke Carter
Villia Duchesene
Jr.
Taylor Fortner
Northwest
Jr.
Jenna Huston
Clark County
Jr.
Nikki Fuemmeler
Glasgow
Soph.
Jaleia Rice
DeKalb
Jr.
Shay Fluker
Belleville West, IL
Sr.
Jaidah Stewart
Metro
Sr.
Micha Mansker
Republic
Sr.
Sierra Pryor
Sullivan
Farmington
Borgia
St. James Helias
Rolla
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Licking Summer Camps Branson, MO
June 26-28, 2013 Basketball VI
Bracket Results
Blue Springs South 49 St. James 41
Republic 61 Columbus, KS 45
Crocker 55 Pickineyville, IL 52
Alton 43 Gainsville 42
East Buchanan JV 53 Gainsville JV 43
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Reny Davenport (MVP) Blue Springs South
Sydney Back
St. Mary’s Colgan, KS
Emalee Copland
Colcord, OK
Paige Godsay
Fredricktown
Madison Strong
Gainsville
Keelyn Stein
Pickneyville, IL
Lindsey Medlen
Crocker
Tori Taylor
Republic
Briley Argot
Republic
Devin Fuhring
St. James
Annie Waters
Davenport, OK
Rory Helton
Desoto, MS
Cloe’ Lane
Blue Springs South
Baylee Robertson Liberal
Bailee McGovern
Purcell, OK
Chandra Hollis
Alton
Emily Yakel
Pleasant Plains, IL
Olivia Murdock
Columbus, KS
Holly Anderson
Alex, OK
Naomi Eslinger
Ripley, OK
Hannah Holt
Gans, OK
Cesya May
Miller
Katelyn Pierre
Puxico
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Soph.
Jr.
Soph.
Jr.
Soph.
Fresh.
Soph.
Soph.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Soph.
Jr.
Fr..
Licking Summer Camps Lake of the Ozarks
July 8-9, 2013 Basketball VII
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Fr.
Jr.
Fr.
So.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Fr.
Jr
Fr.
Sr.
Sr.
Bracket Results
Cape Notre Dame 50 Osage 36
Midwest Central, IL 54 Tuscumbia 48
Galena 48 Dixon 45
Eldon JV 37 Meadow Heights JV 24
Helias JH 50 Richland JH 42
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Shelley Beussink Co-MVP Cape Notre Dame
Jennifer Berg Co-MVP
Midwest Central, IL
Annie Siebert
Cape Notre Dame
Deana Bugarinovic
Blue Valley Northwest
Brice Clary
Union
Destyne Powell
New Greene, IL
Duane Frerking
Versailles
Emily Eaker
Neelyville
Chalee Britt
Macon
Sibley Ray
Maynard, AR
Tempary Gunter
Tuscumbia
Julie Hix
Macks Creek
Kaitlyn Cowell
Helias Catholic
Kenna Greenway
Galena
Kelsey Ray
Dixon
Izzy Morris
Osage
Mandy Roderston
Ownesville
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Soph.
Sph.
Sr.
Soph.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Soph.
Sr.
2013 VOLLEYBALL CAMP RESULTS
Licking Summer Camps
June 7-8, 2013 Volleyball I
Bracket Results
Level 1 Quincy, IL over Jefferson City
25-23, 25-22
Level 2 Bismarck over Rolla
25-14, 25-22
Level 3 Wentzville Holt over Houston
25-21, 25-12
Level 4 Helias JV over Jefferson City JV
25-21, 25-22
Level 5 Wentzville Holt JV over Mount VernonJV
25-15, 23-25, 25-18
Level 4 Helias Freshman over Jefferson City Fresh.
25-18, 25-18
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Marcy Bumby Co-MVP
Quincy, IL
Darcy Latham Co-MVPBismarck
Jenny McGraw
Bismarck
Katy Hining
Quincy, IL
Sara Kahle
Pea Ridge, AR
Taylor Fortner
Northwest
Emily Layson
Calvary Lutheran
Kelsey James
Rolla
Lindsey Harrison
Mountain Home, AR
Taya Lewis
Rock Port
Anna Parker
Centralia
Jordon Dietnich
Quincy, IL
Alex Wagoner
West Plains
Kelsey Kingsland
DeSoto
Bracket Results
Greene County Tech, AR over Poplar Bluff 46-38
Muldrow, OK over Dale, OK 52-49
Laquey over Keys, OK 43-36
East Newton over Dumas, AR 46-32
St. L Notre Dame Fresh over Ozark Fresh 48-42
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Blair Metheny
Greene Co. Tech, AR Jr.
Dru Clark
Sand Springs, Ok
Sr.
Ashlynn Rogers
Mountain Grove
Sr.
Erin Reano
Mansfield, AR
Sr.
Kaisee Perkins
Putnam County
Sr.
Cassie Harris
Poplar Bluff
Sr.
Whitney Henderson
Dumas, AR
Sr.
Katie Scheffer
Corning, AR
Sr.
Josie Fletcher
Greene Co. Tech, AR Jr.
Alex Butcher
Muldrow, OK
Sr.
Kourtney Brewster
East Newton
Sr.
Hope Wright
Ft. Talton Catholic
Jr.
Laura Skidmore
LaQuey
Sr.
Jesslyn Miller
Mountain Pine, AR
Sr.
Hannah Ash
Dale, OK
Fr.
Kerstin Huffman
Lawson
Jr.
Jenny Simpson
Richmond
Sr.
Taylor Platter
Archie
Jr.
Jordan Martin
Bentonville, AR
Jr.
Madeline Ronshauser Notre Dame-St. Louis Soph.
Kayley Sheppard
Van Buren
Sr.
Kaitlyn Gilliam
Janie Arand
Ashley Marlatt
Darcy Baird
Shannon McCane
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Abby Mcknelly
Rachel Holthaus
Alexa Schaaf
Jessica Hampton
Brooke Tessman
Alexis Kunde
Sarah Kelley
Jefferson City
Winona
El Dorado Springs
Potosi
Mexico
Wentzville Holt
Houston
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Soph.
Licking Summer Camps Arnold, MO
June 12-13, 2013 Volleyball II
Bracket Results
Cape Notre Dame over Fox 25-16, 25-20
Valle Catholic over Troy 25-17, 25-14
Dexter over Pleasant Plains 25-21, 25-18
New Haven over Hillsboro 25-21, 25-20
Ste. Genevieve II over Fort Zumwalt West II 24-21, 25-14
Arcadia Valley II over Valle Catholic II 25-19, 25-22
Fort Zumwalt West III over New Haven III
25-17, 22-25, 17-15
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Kaitlin Welter Co-MVP
Cape Notre Dame.
Mackenzie Wipfler Co-MVPValle Catholic
Karsen Powers.
Cape Notre Dame
Hannah Baker.
Ritenour
Ashley Hill. Pacific
Amy Leftridge
DeSoto
Kourtney Kekec.
North County
Monica Inman.
Ste. Genevieve
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
So.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
Kaylie Hadler
Kristen Sazama
Sara Wagenknecht Kaitlin Starotski
Brooke Wilson
Courtney Huff.
Sydnie Weizler
Taylor Curran
Taylor Osborn
McKensie Bess
Cassidy Frank
Emily Kallmeyer
Rachel Leffert
Kylie Fendler
Mariah Russell
Kristen Williams
Erika Halverson
Ashley Gross
Jenae Moore
Hannah Noe
Perryville
Oakville
Zumwalt West
Hazelwood West
Osceola Troy
Valle Catholic
Fox
Campbell
Cape Central
Hillsboro
New Haven
Eldon Seckman Maplewood
Arcadia Valley
Peotone
Herculaneum
Pleasant Plains
Dexter
Sr.
Sr.
So.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
So.
Jr.
Jr.
So.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Licking Summer Camps Quincy, IL
June 21-22, 2013 Volleyball III
Bracket Results
Helias over Quincy 25-16, 25-18
Pleasant Plains, IL over Liberty, IL 24-26, 26-16, 25-18
Helias JV over Hannibal Freshman 25-18, 25-15
Helias Freshman over Payson JV 25-12, 25-15
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Licking Summer Camps Arnold, MO
July 12-13, 2013 Basketball VIII
Bracket Results
Kirkwood 51 Ozark 31
St. Pius 47 Jerseyville, IL 33
Seckman 29 Oran 24
Kirkwood JV 50 Ozark JV 38
Borgia JV 44 St. Pius JV 33
Bethalto JH 32 St. Paul JV 16
Fox JH 34 Seckman JH 16
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Lauryn Miller MVPKirkwood
Kacy Jacobs Kirkwood Whitney Murphy Unity, IL Mackenzie Null Jefferson Lauren Davis Jerseyville, IL Ashley Politte St. Pius Tegan Stith Lutheran North Kenda Davis Gibault Catholic Mackenzie Wipfler Valle Catholic Lacey Hutson
Seckman Melissa Schmittgens
Kennedy Sasha Robinson Ozark Chistan Sauceda Oran Ciara Jones O’Fallon, IL Sam Cooke Incarnate Word Acad.
Kylie Crouse South Fulton, IL Janie Arand Borgia Cayla Yates Cardinal Ritter Sarah Marler Herculaneum Brittany Thurman Crystal City Brooklyn Sisk Clinton Morgan Schlegel Villa Duchesne
Katie Palmer Ste. Genevieve Kelly Morten Cape Central Fr.
Sr.
Sr.
Soph.
Soph.
Jr.
Fr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Soph.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Licking Summer Camps Rolla, MO
July 18-20, 2013 Basketball IX
Bracket Results
Mater Dei, IL 54 Iowa Valley, IA 48
Civic Memorial 38 Incarnate Word Academy 30
Francis Howell 54 Kirksville 36
St. Clair 48 Crosset, AR 42
St. Louis Metro 44 Bourbon 36
St. Louis Metro Freshman 65 Rolla JV 32
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Lindsey Perkins Co-MVP Mater Dei, IL
Civic Memorial, IL
Allie Troeckler Co-MVP
Katie Maschmann
Montezuma, IA
Sam Cooke
Incarnate Word Acad.
Maddy Greeling Piasa, IL
Arabelle Reed
Kirksville
Rachel Fick
Francis Howell
Sarah Schvaut
Lindberg
Elizabeth Lanham
Visitation Academy
Taylor Ventimiglia
Oakville
Shania Thornton
Jennings
Allison Hinson
St. Clair
Casey Mann
Orchard Farm
Josie Long
Woodland
Anna Hermann
Iowa Valley
Noel House
St. Louis Metro
Alyssa Hammack
Bourbon
Sherelle McGowan
Forest City, AR
Ashley Ferrell
Harrisburg, IL
Hannah Holloway
Windsor
Ashley Schwartz
Vienna
Sr.
Sr.
Soph.
Soph.
Soph.
Sr.
Soph.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Soph.
Sr.
Tory Wiley MVP
Erica Haslag
Meredith Hyer Monica Bumbry
Damadj Johnson
Kaycee Sutton
Brooklyn Watson
Sami Clemens
Carlie Combs
Terry Middleton
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
So.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Helias
Helias
Liberty, IL
Quincy, IL
East St. Louis, IL
Bowling Green
Hannibal
Pleasant Plains, IL
St. Dominic
Kirksville
Licking Summer Camps Rolla, MO
June 27-28, 2013 Volleyball IV
Bracket Results
Rolla over Sedalia Smith-Cotton 25-13, 25-22
Steelville over Willow Springs 25-19, 14-25, 15-12
Owensville over Camdenton 20-25, 25-17, 15-8
Lebanon JV over Rolla JV 25-15, 25-15
Lebanon Fresh over Rolla Fresh 25-17, 25-17
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Aanika Froehlich (MVP) Rolla
Kelsi James
Rolla
Tiah Thursten
Warrensburg
Hali Littrell
Licking
Lauren Reid
Conway
Lacee Bagby
Adrian
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
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2013 VOLLEYBALL cont’d
Taylor Payne
Schde Vanderploeg
Libby Dove
Shilo Letterman
Lela Chanmbers
Abby Knight
Hailey Morgan
Kelsey Wachter
Sydney Huff
Taylor Billso
Casey Hilte
Allison Hinson
Taylor Rolen
Kenna Greenway
Paige Stockman
Owensville
Camdenton
Green Ridge
Willow Springs
Steelville
Sedalia Smith-Cotton
Salem
St. Clair
Lebanon
Forsyth
Appleton City
St. Clair
Eminence
Galena
Blair Oaks
Sr.
Jr.
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Licking Summer Camps Farmington, MO
July 8-9, 2013 Volleyball V
Bracket Result
Bismarck over Lutheran South 25-16, 26-28, 15-12
Valle Catholic over Northwest 25-23, 26-24
Park Hills Central over West County 25-21, 27-25
Farmington JV over Valle Catholic JV 25-17, 25-15
Farmington Freshman over Arcadia Valley JV 26-24, 25-23
Farmington JH over Perryville JH 25-17, 25-15
Arcadia Valley JH over Fredericktown JH 25-18, 25-17
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Darcy Latham Co-MVPBismarck
Michaela Oberle Co-MVP Valle Catholic
Emily Benning
Lutheran South
Kendra Perren
DeSoto
Jenny McGraw
Bismarck
Kourtney Kekec
North County
Megan Bishop
Greenfield, IL
Rachel Meyer
Festus
Leah Gibbs
Viburnum
Halee Harris
Northwest
Kourtney Knox
Farmington
Jamie Crawford
Buffalo
Alex Speors
Perryville
Hannah Hollock
West County
Kiana Loughary
Valley Caledonia
Abby Fischbeck
Park Hills Central
Hailey Kendall
Joppa, IL
Drew Myers
Lesterville
Miranda Dunlap
Poplar Bluff
Bailey White
Greenville
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
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Licking Summer Camps Rolla, MO
July 12-13, 2013, Volleyball VI
Bracket Result
Kirkwood over Rolla 25-17, 25-14
Windsor over Pierce City 23-25, 25-20, 15-13
Walnut Ridge over Ava 25-14, 25-20
Potosi over St. James 25-10, 25-10
St. Dominic JV over Union JV 25-13, 25-13
Sullivan JV over Willow Springs JV 22-25, 25-22, 15-13
Fatima Freshman over Sullivan Freshman 25-12, 25-16
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Megan Hellwege (MVP) Kirkwood
Anne Hellwege
Kirkwood
Katelynn Lampson
Paw Paw, IL
Sam Deason
St. Clair
Shilo Letterman
Willow Springs
Courtney Mings
Ava
Makaykla Campbell
Windsor
Emma Rogers
St. James
Katie Reichert
Park Hill
Victoria Dace
Sullivan
Crystal Webb
Francis Howell
Chandler Kinley
Lafayette, KY
Brooke Pope
Union
Emily Dodge
Rolla
Christine Younker
Pierce City
Emma Lander
Crane
Taylor Anderson
Holden
Sabrina Knight
Walnut Ridge, AR
Gabi Moore
St. Elmo, IL
Lydia Dorenbusch
Brentwood
Lauren Beydler
Sikeston
Alexa Thompson
Brookland, AR
Maddie Eye Potosi
Sr.
Sr.
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Licking Summer Camps Branson, MO
July 18-20, 2013 Volleyball VII
Bracket Result
Paragould, AR over Decatur St. Teresa, IL
25-27, 25-17, 17-15
Mt. Zion, IL over Catoosa, OK 25-20, 25-18
Sand Springs, OK over Versailles 26-24, 25-23
Jefferson over Douglas, KS 25-15, 25-19
Hesston, KS over Kickapoo 25-19, 25-18
Marshfield over Blue Eye 22-25, 25-20, 15-8
Jackson over Huntsville, AR 16-25, 25-15, 15-10
Bixby, OK over Harrsion, AR 20-25, 25-19, 15-10
Nettleton, AR JV over Harrison, AR JV 25-22, 25-20
Nixa JV over Jonesboro, AR JV 25-23, 25-16
Nixa Freshman over Reed Springs JH 25-16, 25-18
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Audrey Nailling MVP
Paragould, AR Kiana Cole
Paragould, AR
Kiti Oladipupo
Decatur St. Teresa, IL
Whitney Vermillion
Marshfield
Morgan Rambo
Mt. Zion, IL
Teressa Linson
Blue Eye
Kyla Cook
Salem, IL
Tayler Clay
Catoosa, OK
Whitney Weaver
Booneville, AR
Alden Weeks
Nettleton, AR
Alyssa Young
Billings
Darcy Mitchell
Paris, AR
Sydney Skelton
Jonesboro, AR
Grace Enrneier
Enid, OK
Jr.
Soph.
Soph.
Sr.
Soph.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
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Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
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Sr.
Ashley Nicole Strong
Molli Cooper
Kayla Buxton
Matty Hibdon
Baille Settle
Makayla Harris
Jordan Pierce
Megan Patillo
Allison Long
Emily Poynor
Megan Voth
Chelsea Delay
Allison Spuahagle
Hailey Mouser
Makayla Faucett
Caitlin Fidler
Coutney Teel
Cara Cagle
Shilo Letterman
Sand Springs, OK
Seneca
Perryville
Versailles
Jefferson
Atkins, OK
Hollister
Bixby, OK
Kickapoo
Harrison, AR
Hesston, KS
Bloomfield
Lincoln, AR
Jackson
Miller
Claremore, OK
Cameron
Huntsville, AR
Willow Springs
Sr.
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Soph.
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Licking Summer Camps Joplin, MO
July 24-25, 2013 Volleyball VIII
Bracket Result
Carl Junction over Springfield Central 25-17, 25-21
Seneca over Cassville 25-21, 25-18
Sparta over Crane 25-19, 25-23
Thomas Edison over Jasper 25-20, 25-15
Carl Junction 9 over Cassville JV 25-20, 16-25, 15-10
Carl Junction JV over Rogers Heritage, AR JV
25-12, 25-18
Seneca JV over Purdy JV 25-23, 25-22
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Bradyn Wall MVP
Carl Junction
Connor McNulty
Rogers Heritage, AR
Lauren Brown
Shiloh Christian, AR
Katherine Charles
Thomas Edison, OK
Lauren Reid
Conway
Katie Wiele
Carl Junction
Katie Conn
Everton
Emma Lander
Crane
Sarah Jekel
Mt. St. Mary, OK
Morgan Davis
Sparta
Mary Maerz
Springfield Central
Stacey Ramsey
Bolivar
Amanda Mullen
Verona
Sydney Curnes
Cassville
Adi Etcheson
Jasper
Cheyenne Neuhoff
Seneca
Madison Coose
Lockwood
Jr.
Jr.
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Jr.
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Sr.
Jr.
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Jr.
Jr.
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Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Brooklyn Collins
Kiley Franke
Mariah Poteet
Lana Gibson
Berryhill, AR
Monett
Gentry, OK
Webb City
Sr.
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Sr.
Sr.
Licking Summer Camps
Lake of the Ozarks, MO
July 25-26, 2013 Volleyball IX
Bracket Result
Lincoln, IL over Ste. Genevieve 25-14, 25-22
Timberland over California 25-21, 25-16
Blair Oaks over Osage 25-13, 25-21
Centralia over Columbia Hickman 25-17, 25-21
Helias JV over Fair Grove JV 25-14, 25-9
Lincoln, IL JV over Fair Grove JV 25-19, 25-20
Helias Freshman over Centralia JV 25-16, 25-16
Helias Freshman II over Buffalo JH 25-12, 25-12
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Alora Goodey (MVP)
Lincoln, IL
Leah Anderson
Lincoln, IL
Kendra Cessna
Fairfield, IL
Mary Grace Masters
Timberland
Rachel Shover
Liberty, IL
Sydney Decker
California
Holli Decker
Centralia
Ali Lent
Versailles
Lindsey Darby
Skyline
Rachel Leffert
Eldon
Sarah Pringer
Eugene
Laurel Dehn
Clinton
Brittany Bessenger
Portageville
Tiana Schimming
Columbia Hickman
Karlee Mason
Wheaton
Sierra Cundiff
O’Fallon Christian
Sierra Dominick
Smithville
Alex Gepford
Butler
Maggie Hoskins
Blair Oaks
Shelby Jaegers
Linn
Joselyn Nuckoels
Osage
Mikala Hicks
Fair Grove
Taylor McNeal
Excelsior Springs
Jacie Karenak
Ste. Genevieve
Aarika Froehlick
Rolla
Daphne Dinsdale
Camdenton
Sr.
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2014 BASKETBALL CAMP RESULTS
May 30-31, 2014 @ Rolla, MO
June 12-14, 2014 @ Branson, MO
Bracket Results
Bolivar 55 St. James 45
St. James JV 33 Bolivar JV 32
Rolla 8 47 St. James 8 24
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Randi Hancock (MVP) Bolivar
Kaylie Rothdiener
Bolivar
Alexis Ufhmann
St. James
Ahslee Marlatt
St. James
Amber Walters
Rolla
Kanyssa Gibons
Harrisburg
Hailey Lowery
Harrisburg
Emily Parker
Viburnum
Ashlynn Boyer
Viburnum
Jaydn Fitzgerald
Lesterville
Bracket Results
Archie over St. Louis Notre Dame 45-41
Conway Christian, AR over Clinton 38-35
Muldrow, OK over Norwood 35-34
Notre Dame 9 over Muldrow, OK JV 44-42
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June 5-6, 2014 @ Belton, MO
Bracket Results
Incarnate Word Academy 51 Liberty 44
Incarnate Word Academy JV 50 Liberty JV 30
Incarnate Word Academy Soph 58 Belton 29
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Napheesa Collier (MVP) Incarnate Word Naomi Johnson Incarnate Word Kaylee Vantrunp Richmond
Natalie Denzer St. Pius (KC)
Jenna Bosch Butler Courtnie Lewis Belton
Bailey Rollins Windsor
Morgan Fleming Liberty Mikayla Bartlett Nevada Sr.
Soph.
Soph.
Soph.
Sr.
Soph.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Jarrah Reynolds Tri-MVP Muldrow, OK
Sr.
Mary Morgan Ellis Tri-MVP Conway Christian, AR Jr.
Taylor Plattner Tri-MVPArchie
Sr.
Camille Wetzel
Clinton
Sr.
Madeline Ronshavser St. Louis Notre Dame Sr.
Madison Crain
Norwood
Sr.
Alex Minton
St. Mary’s-Coglanm, KSSr.
Harli Lindsay
Bowling Green
Sr.
Amari McCoy
Muldrow, OK
Sr.
Jodi Hill
Heavener, OK
Jr.
Kailee Chitwood
Centralia
Sr.
Sarah Shaw
Lamar
Sr.
Jade Varner
Puntnum County
Soph.
Delanei Hurt
West Side, AR
Junior
Ashley Politte
St. Pius (Festus)
Sr.
Madison Cole
Richmond
Jr.
Delayne Boyd
Woodlawn, AR
Jr.
Regan Camp
Tuckerman, AR
Fr.
Claire Ford
Bishop DuBourg
Jr.
Kaylee Warrior
Alex, OK
Sr.
Daylee Osborn
Afton, OK
Soph.
Betty Strafford
Humansville
Fr.
June 13-14, 2014 @ Rolla, MO
Bracket Results
Osage def. Rolla 37-10
Salisbury def. Cuba JV 28-11
Potosi played Union (I’ll have to get you this result)
Wellington def. Plattsburg 39-29
Spr. Catholic JH def. Osage JV 43-23
Schuyler 9 def. Union 9 31-23
St. James def. Camdenton 45-28
South Iron JH def. St. James 8 33-22
Aurora def. Gainsville W 43-22
Aurora JV def. Arcadia JV 36-32
Maynard def. Monroe City 53-41
June 20-21, 2014 @ Rolla, MO
June 25-27, 2014 @ Branson, MO
Bracket Results
St. James def. Camdenton 45-28
Aurora def. Gainsville W 43-22
Osage def. Rolla 37-10
Wellington def. Plattsburg 39-29
Potosi def Union 46-31
Maynard def. Monroe City 53-41
Salisbury def. Cuba JV 28-11
Aurora JV def. Arcadia JV 36-32
Spr. Catholic JH def. Osage JV 43-23
Schuyler 9 def. Union 9 31-23
South Iron JH def. St. James 8 33-22
Bracket Results
St. James 50 Park Hills Central 49 (OT)
Grove, OK 37 Elk City, OK 32
Fredericktown 50 Columbus, KS 48 (OT)
Houston 66 Crocker 40
Elk City, OK JV 41 Grove, OK JV 39
Stockton JH 32 Osceola JH 21
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Shawna Rinehart MVP St James
Sophie Shore
Camdenton
Madison Strong
Gainesville
Emily Parker
Aurora
Anna Thompson
Arcadia Valley
Hanna Beck
West County
Sarah Williams
Salisbury
Brittany Berhost
Canton
Hailey Diestelkamp
Owensville
Kenzie Guese
St. James
Lauren Viessman
Blair Oaks
Alex Smith
McCracken Co KY
Lauren Lagemann
Clopton
Tesia Ruediger
Hermann
Morgan Edwards
Boonville
Tori Florence
Wellington
Isabel Maddick
Lathrop
Sarah Kelley
Houston
Tori Kelley
Plattsburg Jr.
Soph.
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Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
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Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Brittanie Cline
Abby Thompson
Sarah Boerboom
Madison Thompson
Bria Clark
Gienna Schantz
Allie Coolden
Gabby Ramiraz
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Soph.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
Maynard AR
Glasgow
Cape Central
North Nodaway
Union
Clark County
Potosi
Bourbon
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Alexis Uffmann (MVP) St. James
Ashlee Marleatt
St. James
Hannah Anderson
Elk City, OK
Sydnee Garrett
Stockton
Makayla Moore
Blue Springs South
Megan Skaggs
Park Hills Central
Ally Burrow
Osceola
Brooklyn Urich
Naylor
Kaylee Vantrump
Richmond
Olivia Murdock
Columbus, KS
Cleyamin Mullinex
Hartville
Tayler Williams
Cuba
Duanna Fuerking
Versailles Lindsay Medlen
Crocker
Bailey Tanner
Jay, OK
Sydney Luttrull
Highland
Shaylee Stanley
Liberal
Libby Morris
Gore, OK
Courtnie Lewis
Belton
Jordan Pruitt
Chaffee
Paige Godsey
Fredericktown
Haile Erickson
Alton
Caitlin Marshal
Ft. Madison, IA
Alexis Roes
La Pine, OR
Kylee Elmore
Houston
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2014 BASKETBALL cont’d
July 7-8, 2014 @ Lake of the Ozarks
Bracket Results
Calhoun, IL 52 Civic Memorial, IL 49
St. Louis Notre Dame 39 Macon 36
Beardstown, IL 49 Russellville 42
Plato JV 44 Puxico JV 33
Kirksville Freshman 46 Osage JH 19
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Emma Baalman Co-MVP Calhoun, IL
Allie Troeckler Co-MVP Civic Memorial, IL
Grace Baalman
Calhoun, IL
Kat Hunt
Blue Valley Northwest
Cydney Newton
Oak Park
Nicole Kost
North Mercer
Katelyn Pierce
Puxico
Sydney Kremer St. Louis Notre Dame
Aaliyha Brown
WACO, IA
Tayler Limpus
Everton
Haley Windsor
Russellville
Faith Duncan
Iberia
Ailena Rawlings
Beardstown, IL
Juli Hicks
Macks Creek
Chaylee Britt
Macon
Jaclyn Weydert
Brookfield
Lacy Yount
Valley Caladonia
Jr.
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Soph.
Sr.
Sr.
Soph.
Soph.
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Sr.
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July 11-12, 2014 @ Arnold, MO
Bracket Results
Neelyville 50 Piasa, IL 48
Ottumwa, IA 48 Potosi 46
Mohmet, IL 49 Seckman 34
Heyworth, IL JV 51 Potosi JV 48
Bethalto, IL JV 48 St. Pius JV 29
Seckman Freshman 47 Maynard, AR Freshman 22
Seckman JH 8 53 Seckman JH 7 43
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Shelby Moon (Co MVP) Neelyville
Carrison Hite (Co MVP) Ottumwa, IA
JaBrisha Hawkins
Forrest City, AR
Kaylee Kuhn
Unity, IL
Jordyne Frost
Ritenour
Maddy Greelig
Piasa, IL
Celeste Akoro
OFallon, IL
Stephamie Fortune
Visitation
Paige Blade
Afton
Allie Golden
Potosi
Sarah Boerboom
Cape Central
Tia Jordon
St. Paul
Dana Link
Crystal City
Sydni Basler
Valle Catholic
Courtney Rellergert
Seckman
Emma Testofff
Northland Christian
Sarah Gray
Cabool
Olivia Holmes
Kennedy
Emma Cook
Meadow Heights
Isabel Charter
Mahomet, IL
Lauren Gast
Villa Duchesne
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
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Jr.
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July 17-19, 2014 @ Rolla, MO
Bracket Results
St. James 63 Piasa, IL 56
Keokuk, IA 46 St. Louis Notre Dame 37
Lansing, KS 49 Father Tolton Catholic 38
Pea Ridge, AR 36 Brussels, IL 35
St. Louis Notre Dame JV 46 St. James JV 32
St. Louis Notre Dame Freshman 43 Trenton JH 34
Lansing, KS JH 31 Blackhawk JH 22
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Devin Fuhring (MVP) St. James
Hope Wright
Tolton Catholic
McKenzie Pezley
Keokuk, IA
Kyra Hardens
Washington
Anna Hermann
Iowa Valley, IA
Ashlee Marlatt
St. James
Baylee Kiel
Brussels, IL
Lauren Donnewald
Mater Dei, IL
Katie Finney
Pella, IA
Kija Cammock
Lansing, KS
Meredith Cunningham Knoxville, IA
Jaidah Stewart
St. Louis Metro
Courtney Jones
Iowa City, IA
Erin Laubscher
Piasa, IL
Molly Arand
St. Francis Borgia
Kayla Niethe
St. Louis Notre Dame
Alexa Burtis
Harrisburg, IL
Mikhaela Cochran
Pea Ridge, AR
Rachel Williams
Carrollton, IL
Savannah Hanning
Salem
Hannah Mitchell
Cuba
Maddie Nekola
Mascoutah, IL
Kristian Eason
St. Louis Notre Dame
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2014 VOLLEYBALL CAMP RESULTS
June 6-7, 2014 @ Rolla, MO
Bracket Results
Blair Oaks over Mt. Home, AR 25-20, 15-25, 15-10
Quincy, IL over Skiatook, OK 25-18, 25-20
Mt. Home, AR JV over Rolla JV 25-12, 22-25, 15-13
Mt. Vernon JV over Cuba JV 25-19, 25-19
Blair Oaks JV over Winona JH 25-16, 25-16
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Allison Maxwell (MVP) Blair Oaks
Charity Burdette
Skiatook, OK
Hannah Callahan
Mercer CO, IL
Taylor Covington
New Haven
Laynie Dake
Mount Vernon
Jamey Kelley
Bismarck
Raven Bufford
Hillwood, TN
Katie Dunn
Mt. Home, AR
Kayla Mast
Quincy, IL
Paige Rackers
Blair Oaks
Alysa Stack
Bourbon
Breanna Baker
Owensville
Soph.
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Jr.
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Sr.
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Sr.
Sr.
June 11-12, 2014 @ Arnold, MO
Bracket Results
Francis Howell over St. Dominic 25-19, 25-21
Pleasant Plains, IL over Valle Catholic 25-21, 25-11
Fox I over Fox II 18-25, 25-23, 15-10
Cape Notre Dame JV over Perryville JV 25-13, 25-23
Ste. Genevieve JV over Valle Catholic JV 25-19, 28-26
Ste. Genevieve Freshman over Seckman Freshman 25-10, 25-17
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Jade Faucette (MVP)
Francis Howell
Kirsten Brugere
Francis Howell
Emily Brown
St. Dominic
Kourteny Kekec
North County
Alex Speers
Perryville
Brooke Wilson
Osceola
Kate Cookson
Pacific
Sam Feeney
Cape Notre Dame
Bailey Sager
Northland Christian
Shyann Jines
Dexter
Lensey Walk
Greenville
Hannah Clark
Advance
Cassidy Frank
Hillsboro
Summer Sabo
Pleasant Plains
Stef Richterkessing
Troy
Tayolr Curran
Fox
Kristen Williams
Arcadia Valley
Morgan McCall
Nettleton
Katlyn Starostki
Hazelwood West
Janie Kaye Gentry
Dyer County
Leah Blocker
Seckman
Cassandra Moulton
Valle Catholic
Kelsey Kingsland
DeSoto
Sr.
Sr.
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Sr.
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June 20-21, 2014 @ Quincy, IL
Bracket Results
Jeff City Helias over Quincy, IL 25-11, 25-21
Unity, IL over Payson, IL 17-25, 25-13, 15-11
Jeff City Helias over Hannibal 25-10, 25-17
Pleasant Plains, IL JV over
Ft. Zumwalt West JV 25-17, 25-18
Jeff City Helias 9 over Jefferson City 9 25-20, 25-11
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Erica Haslag (MVP)
Jeff City Helias
Anna Stock
Quincy, IL
Eden Meier
Dakota, IL
Ashley Dudenhoeffer
Jeff City Helias
Emily Yakel
Pleasant Plains, IL
Josie Stanford
Payson
Laura Schieber
Jeff City Helias
Britton Seaman
Salt Fork, IL
Sara Wagneknecht
Fort Zumwalt West
Paige Webster
West Prairie, IL
Claire Rabe
Unity-Mendon, IL
Rachel Leffert
Eldon
Mary Vandelicht
Jefferson City
Kimberlyn Tessmen
Mexico
Sr.
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June 26-27, 2014 @ Rolla, MO
Bracket Results
Edwards County, IL def. Winona 25-21 and 25-23
DeSoto def. Sullivan 25-27, 25-17, and 15-9
Canton, IL vs. Steelville 26-24 and 25-19
Winona JV def. Camdenton JV 25-20 and 25-19
New Haven JV def. Jefferson West, KS JV 25-21 and 25-17
Camdenton Freshman def. Steelville JH 19-25, 25-8, and 15-9
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Kaeli James (MVP)
Edwards CO, IL
Kelsi James
Rolla
Emily Whittaker Steelville
Katlin Schmittler, Edwards CO, IL
Morgan Kumer
Canton, IL
Alison Hinson
St. Clair Alena Stokes
Ava Madi Tobias
Fulton
Olivia Brees
Jefferson West, KS
Ellie Stahl
Wentzville Holt
Carlie Geislen
Holden
Daphne Dinsdale
Camdenton
Rachel Holthaul
Winona
Kacie Tripp DeSoto
Lauren Berger
New Haven
Sara Weiland
Sullivan
Sr.
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July 7-8, 2014 @ Farmington, MO
Bracket Results
Lutheran South over Cape Notre Dame 25-21, 25-18
Park Hill Central over Northwest 25-23. 25-21
Farmington over Viburnum 25-15, 25-18
Farmington JV over Valle Catholic I 25-13, 25-19
Dexter JV over Valle Catholic JV II 21-25, 29-27, 15-8
Cape Notre Dame Freshman over
Farmington Freshman 18-25, 25-14, 15-12
Perryville JH over AV Freshman 18-25, 25-17, 15-11
Eminence JH over Potosi JH 25-18, 14-25, 15-5
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Samantha Budrovick Co-MVP Lutheran South Sydney Skaggs Co-MVP Park Hills Central
Leketor Meneh
Lutheran South Riley Meyer
Ste. Genevieve Cindy Jackson Desoto
Lydia Goodson Cape Notre Dame Anna Murphy Hannibal Halle Huffman
Poplar Bluff
Tadum Heifner Valley Caledonia Kaitlyn Loughary Bismarck
Kenzie Jones Park Hills Central
Hannah Hollock West County
Megan Williams Arcadia Valley
Taylor Siebert Valle Catholic
Taylor Fortner
Northwest
Lydia McCall Marshfield
Kaitlyn Gilliam Farmington
Kourtney Knox Farmington
Megan Bishop Greenfield
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July 10-12 Rolla, MO
Bracket Results
Oak Park over Lafayette, KY 23-15, 25-15
Farmington over Windsor 22-25, 26-24, 10-15
North Little Rock, AR over Fort Zumwalt East 25-13, 25-16
Mid Buchanan over Norton, KS 25-23, 25-23
Camdenton JV over Fatima JV 20-25, 25-13, 16-14
Camdenton Freshman over
Fatima Freshman 21-25, 27-25, 15-12
Windsor JV over Houston JV 25-22, 23-25, 15-10
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Cydney Newton (MVP) Oak Park
Mattie Bradley (Co-MVP)Farmington
Becca Saari
Oak Park
Alyssa Young
Billings
Cami Richardson
Hesston, KS
Skylar Evans
Sullivan
Taylor Rolen
Eminence Jacey Jacobs
Mid Buchanan
Ashley Moore
Northeast, TN
Emma Lander
Crane
Breanna Sitzes
Windsor
Sydney Savage
Farmington
Schae Vanderplueg
Camdenton
Katie Bohl
Norton, KS
Karissa Jones
North Little Rock, AR
Jada Johnson
Brighton, TN
Cassidi Strett
Lee’s Summit
Gabi Moore
St. Elmo, IL
Dakota Dupin
Hallsville
Imani Jones
Wichita North, KS
Lauren Beydler
Sikeston
Hannah Baker
Ritenour
Shayla Benton
Bluestem, KS
Lakisha Hughes
Trenton
Morgan Yamek
Brentwood, TN
Milzhela Cochran
Pea Ridge, AR
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July 17-19, Branson, MO
Bracket Results
Perryville over Mt. Zion 25-22, 25-18
Jonesboro, AR over Sedalia Smith-Cotton 14-25, 25-20, 15-8
Sparta over Jackson 25-22, 21-25, 15-12
Bixby, OK over Poplar Bluff 25-21, 25-21
Seneca over Stockton 25-16, 25-13
Douglas, KS over Springfield Catholic 25-13, 25-22
Duncan, OK over Cahokia, IL 25-13, 25-20
Diamond over Willow Springs 25-15, 20-25, 15-13
Paragould, AR JV over Catoosa, OK JV 25-20, 25-19
Enid, OK JV over Jonesboro, AR JV 25-16, 19-25, 15-11
Mountain View JV over Blue Eye JV 25-23, 25-21
Nettleton, AR Freshman over Enid, OK Freshman 25-12, 25-14
Branson JH over Catoosa, OK JH 25-9, 25-17
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Alex Spears (MVP) Perryville Libbi Schnurbusch Perryville Madi Grace Coweta, OK
Johonna Walkup Mt. View Liberty
Taylor Bauer Booneville, AR Meg Moles
Sparta Morgan McCall Nettleton Gracie Roe Metro Christian, OK
Audra Nailling Paragould, AR
Autumn Reid Jackson Kelsey McAtee
Mt. Zion, IL
Taylor Clay
Catoosa, OK
Hallie Huffman
Poplar Bluff
Saram McMinn
Hollister
Megan Patillo
Bixby, OK
Libby Dove
Green Ridge, AR
Edith Butterfield
Seneca
Alex Gross
McDonald County
Tessa Bilyeu Verona
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Lauren Shipley
Alexis Gold
Maggie Fischer
Taylor Smith
Shilo Letterman
Desiree Mack
Abby Knight
Keisha England
Carsline Moye
Mirna Jones
Chandler Brown
Rylee Bond
Kelyn Martin
Jessica Estes
Taylor DeYoung
Caitlin Fidler
Kaylee Crowl
Rachel Snyder
Jordan Gamble
Holly Grimes
Kelli Bowen
Delaney Mitchell
Claire Nash
Kelsea Choate
Kayln Martin
Deja Hagler
Sunnie Cunningham
Kenzie Hammons
Hailey Braddy
Sadie Dugger
Adrian
Soph.
Hurley
Sr.
Stockton
Soph.
Concordia
Jr.
Enid, OK
Jr.
Springdale, AR
Jr.
Sedalia Smith-Cotton Sr.
Berryhill, AR
Sr.
Jonesboro, AR
Sr.
Siloam Springs, AR
Sr.
Green County Tech, ARSr.
Sarcoxie
Sr.
Diamond
Sr.
Miller
Jr.
Valley Springs, AR
Sr.
Claremore, OK
Sr.
Batesville Southside, ARJr.
School of the Ozarks Jr.
Springfield Catholic
Sr.
Thayer
Sr.
West Plains
Sr.
Duncan, OK
Jr.
St. Louis Christian
Jr.
Northeast, TN
Soph.
Diamond
Sr.
Cahokia, IL
Sr.
Walnut Ridge, AR
Soph.
Ash Grove
Sr.
Douglas, KS
Sr.
Mountain Grove
Sr.
July 24-25, Joplin, MO
Bracket Results
Fayetteville, AR I over Webb City 25-10, 25-18
West Plains over Stockton 16-25, 25-13, 15-7
Buffalo over Branson 25-12, 23-25, 15-7
Everton over Marionville 25-13, 25-21
Carl Junction Freshman over Lamar JV 26-24, 25-18
Sarcoxie JV over Buffalo Freshman 25-19, 25-17
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Ellie Breden (MVP)
Fayettevile, AR
Meranda McGowin
Stockton
Kelli Bowen
West Plains
Kendra Crossley
West Plains
Bailey Loge
Ava
Abbie Kathol
Fayetteville, AR
Jordan Liddell
Fayetteville, AR
Emmi Murphy
Springfield Central
Megan Henning
Seneca
Mati Starks
Oklahoma Union, OK
Zoie Miricks
Lamar
Ginny Ward
Branson
Brittany Ayers
Liberal
Morgan Henderson
Buffalo
Kennedy Chaligoj
Jasper
Taylor Limpus
Everton
Hailey Armstrong
Claremore Sequoya
Mikanda Green
Joplin McAuley
Lexie Tennis
Clever
Kacie Fisher
Archie
Tabitha Jackson
Appleton City
Kymbra Kirby
Marionville
Megan Chism
El Dorado Springs
Amber Waggoner
Pierce City
Kaylee Reynolds
Webb City
Jessica Nentrup
Lockwood
Ryleigh McMullen
Carl Junction
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Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
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Sr.
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Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
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July 26-27, Osage Beach, MO
Bracket Results
Ste. Genevieve over Jefferson 25-17, 25-17
Mt. Grove over California 25-22, 25-20
Stover over Liberty, IL 26-24, 25-20
Versallies over Christian (O’Fallon) 25-19, 25-21
Ft. Zumwalt West JV over Portageville JV 25-6, 25-20
Fair Grove JV over Centralia JV 25-11, 25-19
Ft. Zumwalt Freshman over California JV 25-11, 25-21
Go For Greater All Camp Team
Sponsored by Columbia College
Emma Basler (MVP)
Ste. Genevieve
Mackenzie Null
Jefferson
Riley Meyer
Ste. Genevieve
Elana Beck
Skyline
Holly Ferrell
Bolivar
Mallory Uptegrove
Stover
Kelly Wilson
Ft. Zumwalt West
Callie Tripp
Oak Grove
Cameron Meyer
California
Becca Stephens
Centralia
Sadie Turner
Blair Oaks
Brittany Siegel
Christian (O’Fallon)
Halie Allred
Hollister
Brooke Wiewel
Liberty, IL
Abby Duncan
Licking
Shelbie Jaegers
Linn
Jenna Fischer
Calvary Lutheran
Lyza Jamerson
Osage
Brittany Bessenger
Portageville
Grace Baucom
Eldon
Madison Ruble
South Iron
Taylor Russell
Ritenour
Sadie Dugger
Mountain Grove
Tessa Edgar
Versailles
Kaylyn Hoffert
Lincoln, IL
Ally Pennington
Fairfield, IL
Jordon Stacey
Fair Grove
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• 145 Spacious Double Queen
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• Meeting & Banquet Room
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Fax: 417-337-8802
We cut fresh strawberries and pineapple every morning for our Strawberry Poppyseed &
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1401 Martin Spring Drive
Rolla, Missouri
573-364-7168
LOTS OF EXTRAS
• Missouri S&T All Camp Team
• Free T-Shirts
• Float Trips
• Coaches Notebooks
• Two or Three Day Camp Options
• Motel and Meals Discounts
• End of Camp Tournament Format
• Varsity/JV/ 9thGrade/JH Divisions
• Multi Team Coupons
• Coaches Gifts
• Rolla Splash Zone Pool Party
How To Register Your Team
1. Fill out, COMPLETELY the entry form.
2. If you are attending the Rolla or Branson
Camps, include the registration for the motel
and meals options. If you need rooms for
parents and/or extra meal coupons, include
this on the registration.
3. Return by regular mail to Licking Summer
Camps, PO Box 20501, St. Louis, MO 63139
or e-mail to [email protected]
4. Send payment with entry or we can invoice
you.
5. Entry deadlines are two weeks before camp.
6. You will receive an e-mail confirmation
within two days of receipt of your entry.
Our Promise to You:
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met immediately to
your satisfaction.
Unreasonable
requests take us
a bit longer.
Great Steaks
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before & after the game!
573-308-1600
511 S. Bishop Ave. • Rolla, MO
Hours: 11 a.m. – Midnight
IT IS YOUR MONEY, YOU DECIDE Girls Basketball Team Cost for 10 Camp Price Comparison commuters $1800 University of Missouri $750 University of Illinois $850 University of Arkansas $1500 Oklahoma State $850 University of Kentucky $850 Kansas State University $315 Licking Summer Camps $395 Licking Summer Camps Length of Camp 3 days 2 days 2 days 3 days 3 days 2 days 2 days 3 days Girls Volleyball Team Cost for 10 Camp Price Comparison commuters $2250 University of Missouri $2650 University of Illinois $950 Kansas State University $3250 University of Texas $650 Iowa State $2000 University of Tulsa $280 Licking Summer Camps $380 Licking Summer Camps Length of Camp 3 days 3 days 2 days 3 days 2 days 2 days 2 days 3 days Games Not listed 4 games Not listed 6 games 7 games 6 games 6 to 8 games 8 to 10 games Games Not listed Not listed Not listed Not Listed Not Listed 7 matches 7 to 9 Matches 10 to 12 Matches www.lickingcamps.com
2015 Team Camp Gym Addresses
For Directional Use for GPS or Map Quest
ROLLA:
Missouri Science & Technology 705 West 10th St. Rolla, MO
Rolla High School 900 Bulldog Run, Rolla, MO
Rolla Middle School 1111 Soest Rd, Rolla, MO
Rolla Junior High
1360 Soest Rd, Rolla, MO
Mark Twain Elementary
681 Salem Ave, Rolla, MO
Truman Elementary
1001 E 18th St, Rolla, MO
Wyman Elementary
402 Lanning Ln, Rolla, MO
Rolla Centre
E 14th St & Holloway St, Rolla, MO
St. James High School
101 E Scioto St, St James, MO
St. James Middle School 1 Tiger Dr, St James, MO
St. James Elementary
314 S Jefferson St, St James, MO
St. James Rec Center
1204 Nelson-Hart Drive St. James, MO
Newburg High School
701 Wolfpride Dr, Newburg, MO
Immanuel Lutheran
807 W 11th St, Rolla, MO
Splash Zone
E 14th St & Holloway St, Rolla, MO
ARNOLD:
Fox High School
751 Jeffco Blvd. Arnold, MO
Fox Middle School
743 Jeffco Blvd. Arnold, MO
Arnold Rec Center
1695 Missouri State Road Arnold, MO
First Baptist Church
2012 Missouri State Road Arnold, MO
Seckman High School
2800 Seckman Road Imperial, MO
Seckman Middle School
2840 Seckman Road Imperial, MO
A Perfect Team Bonding Experience:
A Team Float Trip
Adventure Outdoors is Licking Summer Camps
“Float Trip Central”
There are many
canoe outfitters
in the Rolla area.
Most do a great job,
however; several of
our teams have had
less than satisfactory experiences
with floating in
recent summers. To
guarantee your satisfaction, we can now make the arrangements for you with outfitters
we have screened for quality and dependability. We can secure for you a special low
rate (lowest in the area) and can make arrangements for a team meal at the completion
of your float. We can even secure for you a special motel rate if you are to stay over an
extra day. The float we recommend will take 4-6 hours and will be on a “less populated”
and “slower” part of the river, thus safer and more relaxing. This would be a perfect way
to “kick off” your camp experience by coming in early and floating on Thursday; or staying over Saturday evening and concluding camp with a Sunday morning float.
Just let us know what you need, and we will do the work for you!
• Adventure Outdoors
• Located 15 minutes from Rolla
• Rates: $15 per person
• Catered BBQ meal available
• Canoe or Raft
• Paddles and life jackets included
• Float 4 to 6 hours
The above Canoe rate is the lowest on the river from a reputable outfitter. The above
rate for a Raft is a great price. The lowest rate on the river for a raft is $20 per person,
with the average at $25 per person.
Safe, Fun, Affordable and Dependable
Call today for details! 636-232-4688
Licking Summer Camps www.lickingcamps.com
FARMINGTON:
Bismark High School
101 Dennis Drive Bismark, MO
Farmington High School
One Black Knight Dr. Farmington, MO
Farmington Middle School 506 South Fleming Street Farmington, MO
Park Hills Central HS
116 Rebel Drive Park Hills, MO
Park Hills Middle School 8th and Columbia Park Hills, MO
Park Hills Central Elem.
900 St. Francis Ave Park Hills, MO
Mineral Area CC
5270 Flat Rive Road Park Hills, MO
BRANSON:
Rex Plex
1500 Branson Hills Parkway, Branson, MO
Crawford Gym 1192 Bird Rd., Branson, MO
Branson First Baptist Church 400 South Sunshine, Branson, MO
Branson High School
935 Buchanan Rd Branson, MO
Branson Junior High
263 Buccaneer Dr. Branson, MO
Branson Intermediate
766 Buchanan Road Branson, MO
Branson East Elem.
308 Cedar Ridge Drive Branson, MO
Branson Primary
402 Cedar Ridge Drive Branson, MO
Branson Sports Club
418 Buchanan Road Branson, MO
Ozark Community Center
1530 West Jackson, Ozark, MO
LAKE OF THE OZARKS
Osage High School 636 Highway 42, Osage Beach, MO
Osage Middle School 635 Hwy 42, Osage Beach, MO
Osage Upper Elementary 626 Highway 42, Osage Beach, MO
Lake of the Ozarks YMCA 950 Airport Road, Osage Beach
FREE NITE @
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FREE!!
Everyone in your
traveling party
is Welcome
FREE NITE • 8 PM TO 10 PM
SPLASH ZONE WATER PARK
LOCATED BEHIND THE
ROLLA CENTRE
For Exclusive
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Where Are They Now?
Over the past 22 years, in excess of 115,000 high
school aged female-athletes have participated in our
camps. Many, from the early years, are now returning as coaches, officials, and just recently as parents of
current participants. We have come full cycle.
It would be impossible to list the accomplishments
of our many alumni; but a few need to be recognized.
Daniele Adams of Lee’s Summit High School; along
with Ashlee Barrett of Incarnate Word Academy;
were co-MVP’s of our
camp in 2006 (IWA won
the championship battle
between the two by three points). Barrett went on to
star at the University of Evansville and the University of Toledo. Adams found collegiate success at first
Jefferson Community College, before transferring
to Texas AM, where in 2011, she led the Aggies to
the NCAA National Championship. Adams currently
stars for the San Antonio Silver Stars in the WNBA.
Other top flight players from the powerhouse Incarnate Word program, who
have won honors at our
camp, include 2006 grads
Felicia Chester and Rachel Pierson. They teamed up again on the collegiate
level to lead the DePaul Blue Demons. Chester currently plays professionally for the Minnesota Lynx of
the WNBA.
Many others have gone
on to play collegiate basketball at the nation’s
highest level. Kathleen
Sheer of New Haven,
who made both our volleyball and basketball All
Camp teams, had a very successful basketball career
at Duke University, playing on several top 10 ranked
teams. Eziamaka Okafor, a 2002 graduate of Rolla
High School, also earned honors on both our volleyball and basketball
all-camp teams; played
on a final four squad
at Stanford University. Eziamaka has two
sisters who also played for Rolla Bulldog Head
Coach Sam Potter, before moving on to Division
1 Basketball programs where both had stellar careers. Chinenye Okafor was a two year captain
of the women’s basketball team at Yale University
and
Obiageli
Okafor
twice
led the Tennessee State Tigers in scoring.
Brittany Borman of Festus High School
made our All-Camp Basketball team in 2004.
While representing the University of Oklahoma in 2012, she won the NCAA national title
in the Javelin. Later the same summer, she surprised the Track and Field world by claiming
the Javelin gold medal at the US Olympic Trials, earning the right to represent her country in
the 2012 London Olympic Games.
Several former standouts have moved into the
coaching ranks. Leslie Howard was an all-camp
selection representing Salem High School, from
where she graduated in 2003. She had an outstanding collegiate career, first at the University of Colorado and then as a member of some very successful Razorback teams at the University of Arkansas.
After completing her playing career, Howard broke
into the college coaching ranks; first, as a Grad Assistant for Arkansas and then as an assistant coach
at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
Hayley Leake of Silex, won MVP honors at our
basketball camp in 2003. She later reunited with
her high school coach, Tony Francis, at St. Louis University. Coach Francis currently heads the
Women’s program at
Lindenwood University in St. Charles, MO. After a four year stint as
the starting point guard for the Billikens, Leake
spent three years as an assistant coach at St.
Louis’ Washington University. During her tenure
there, the Battling Bears captured a Division III
National Championship. Leake spent one season,
2011-2012, as the head coach of the Timberland
Wolves in Wentzville, MO, before accepting a
position as an assistant coach for the Division I
program at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Before VCU, Leake taught high school English
for four years, after receiving her degree from
SLU with a double major in English and Education. She was recently named the inaugural head
coach of the girls team at Liberty-Wentzville
High School, a new school set to open its doors this fall.
Erin Pauk of St. Charles Lutheran High School starred in our 2002 camp.
Later that year, she led her Mike Holtmeier coached team to a second place
finish at the state tournament, capping a 30-2 season. Ten years later, she would
return in a new role to finish the job. After high school, Pauk began her collegiate career on the Division1 level, first at the University of Missouri-Kansas
City and after a one year transfer red shirt season, played her last three years
of eligibility at Southern Illinois
– Carbondale. Pauk immediately
jumped right into the high school
coaching fires, returning to her
own high school, taking over
from her mentor, Holtmeier, as
the Cougars’ head coach. Pauk
describes her return to her alma
mater, to lead the program when
only a few years removed as a
player, as a seamless transfer,
made easier by the very nurturing environment of her school. In 2013, she led LSC back to Columbia, MO
and the state final four, just as she had ten years prior as a player, but this time
came home with the top trophy by knocking off Cameron in last March’s Class
3 State Championship game. Pauk was
named both State Coach of the Year and
St. Louis Metro Area Coach of the Year.
Many of the young ladies who have
passed through our camp doors, over the
past twenty years, are now the up and
coming leaders of the next generation.
Hopefully, over the years, they have held
on to their Licking Summer Camp Tee
Shirts, for when looking at the end result of the big picture, the futures of the
young female athletes who attend our camps are what we are all about.
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