Republic blitzed Carthage with goals in the first half, then held off Carthage’s counter-attack in the second half to pick up a 5-0 conference win at home. It was the fourth consecutive shutout for goalkeeper Bella Drennan and the defense, and it kept Republic undefeated in league play. Anna Jones
Republic scored one goal in each half at Bolivar, beating the Liberators 2-0 to start a busy week of soccer. It was the first of four games scheduled for this week for the Lady Tigers, who step back into conference play Tuesday at home against Branson. Republic got on the
High-pressure situations are getting to be old hat for the Lady Tigers soccer team. For the third time in six matches, Republic settled the outcome with penalty kicks––and for the second time, Republic came out on top. This time it was a 3-2 (4-3) win over Springfield Central that ended
Republic soccer overcame a slow start to zip past Springfield Parkview for a 6-0 win on the road Tuesday. Clara Fronabarger scored four goals for the Lady Tigers, with Sarah Hicks and Jaiden Gibbs adding a goal apiece. The teams played on a seldom-used grass practice field behind JFK Stadium
In the first two games of the season, Republic’s soccer team fell behind early to Glendale and Rolla. Thursday against Rogersville, that didn’t happen. Republic jumped ahead quickly and decisively, scoring three goals in the first 23 minutes, and romped to a 6-2 win over the Wildcats at home. After
Republic came from behind to beat Branson and advance to the district championship game vs. Nixa! Here’s the game summary.
The Lady Tigers exploded for five goals in the second half to pull away from West Plains in a 7-0 win to start the weekend Parkview Tournament Friday. Five different players scored for Republic, and the defense turned in its third consecutive shutout. “At the beginning of the season, Clara
Republic pounded away at Rogersville’s defense all night, firing 26 shots and scoring on six of them in a 6-3 win on the road Thursday. Freshman Clara Fronabarger not only scored her first career goal, but she notched her first career hat trick to lead the Lady Tigers. Abbie Hicks