The Tigers dropped another one-goal game tonight to Springfield Central, losing 1-0. The game was played on the Hillcrest High School turf after being moved because of wet field conditions. Every loss so far this year by the 5-6 Tigers has been by a single goal. Here’s the photo gallery
The mood was somber after the Republic soccer team ended its night with an overtime loss on penalty kicks to conference rival Carthage. But more than the loss, the players’ mood stemmed from the loss of teammate Marco Donjuan, who went down with any injury late in the second overtime.
Searching for offense after an early-season scoring drought, Republic soccer coach Kevin Hauck decided to shake things up. Hauck moved midfielder Marco Donjuan and defender Jackson McGuire to the front line to generate an offensive spark, and it paid off with a 3-0 win over Parkview in Springfield Thursday. Donjuan
Republic controlled possession and created plenty of scoring opportunities, but failed to finish them in a 2-1 loss at Neosho Tuesday. The Tigers made two defensive mistakes all night, according to coach Kevin Hauck, and Neosho made the Tigers pay for both of them. The first Neosho goal came about
The gritty Tiger defense was at it again Tuesday night, posting a shutout at Willard to pick up Republic’s first Central Ozark Conference win of the season. Republic got a first-half goal from Holden Kendrick and made it hold up. The Tigers are 2-2 to start the season, despite losing
Republic overcame an early goal by Waynesville to pick up a 3-1 win at home in the first boys soccer game of the season. After the first score by Waynesville, coach Kevin Hauck said his defense “looked awesome” the rest of the night. Marco Donjuan tied the game late in