You are here: Home » Soccer » Shodair Soccer Classic rosters unveiled

Shodair Soccer Classic rosters unveiled

The sides are labeled East and West, but the lines of division aren’t quite that clear.

The final rosters for the Shodair Children’s Hospital Soccer Classic are now set and western Montana’s athletes help make up both squads in the all-star matches set for Saturday, July 27.

Players from Polson and Whitefish will face off against their conference-mates in Frenchtown as bodies were divvied up to balance the sides. The rosters did keep crosstown rivals together, though.

Missoula schools Big Sky, Hellgate and Sentinel all feed players into the West’s teams.

The men’s and women’s games will take place at Carroll College’s Nelson Stadium in Helena. The women’s game kicks off the action at 5 p.m. with the men to follow at 7 p.m.

Men’s Team West

Matt Killian, center midfield/wing, Bigfork
Ryan Hauck, keeper, Helena Capital
Trevor Snyder, defense, Helena Capital
Jake Lockwood, midfield, Kalispell Glacier
Spencer Severin, defense, Helena High
Jesse Bostrom, center midfield, Helena High
Paxton Ellis, striker/wing, Helena High
Tanner Staley, forward/midfield/defense, Helena High
Reid Birgenheier, forward, Missoula Hellgate
Waika Ham Young, defense, Missoula Hellgate
Steen Shober, center midfield, Missoula Hellgate
Curran Edland, midfield/defense, Whitefish
Sean Janni, wing/midfield, Whitefish
Coaches – Carl Straub, Helena (head); Robin Farrell, Helena (assistant);
Micah Bostrom, Helena (assistant)

Men’s Team East

Conner English, keeper, Billings Senior
Drake Phillips, center back, Bozeman
Noah Loomis, midfield, Butte
Nicholas Downs, forward, Great Falls Russell
Bryan Marrinaccio, center back, Great Falls Russell
Ben Yturri, midfield, Great Falls Russell
Michael Rebarchik, outside back, Frenchtown;
Connor Dixon, striker/midfield, Great Falls High
Cole Brisbane, defense, Great Falls High
Reese Isherwood, defense, Hamilton
Sam Kern, midfield, Hamilton
Anthony Gossack, forward/midfield, Heritage Christian
Alex Linse, forward, Laurel
Aidan Goodman, midfield, Livingston
Treve Icenoggle, forward, Billings Skyview
Coach – Hunter Terry, Bozeman

Women’s Team West
Malia Ozegovich, defense, Kalispell Flathead
Payton Pietron, keeper, Kalispell Flathead
Kennedy Pierce, defense, Missoula Big Sky
Carly Damuth, defense/midfield, Helena Capital
Jessica Darlington, forward/midfield/defense, Helena Capital
Kyra Dorvall, keeper, Helena Capital
Kaila Gill, striker/midfield, Helena Capital
Jaimee Hulst, forward, Helena Capital
Tyrrany Higuera, defense, Corvallis
Sara Burch, forward/midfield/defense, Kalispell Glacier
Shelby Pugh, midfield, Helena High
Terah Cundith, wing, Helena High
Kaycee Brustkern, wing/midfield, Helena High
Nasin Chaudhry, striker/midfield, Missoula Sentinel
Coaches – Mike Meloy, Helena (head); Erika Bidlake, Frenchtown (assistant)

Women’s Team East
Rebecca Tilleman, midfield/forward, Belgrade
Samantha Elliott, midfield, Billings Central
Holly Davison, forward, Billings Central
Michaela Keuffler, midfield, Billings Senior
Chloe Rector, forward, Billings Senior
Marissa Van Atta, forward/midfield/defense, Billings Senior
Alexann Harvey, center midfield, Billings Senior
Madison Schwarzkoph, defense, Billings West
Cydney Martin, midfield, Bozeman
Tess Sandefur, midfield/defense, Great Falls Russell
McKenzie Weber, forward, Great Falls Russell
Anna Weber, outside midfield, Great Falls Russell
Jill Toews, center/wing/forward, Hamilton
Leslie Gappa, midfield, Laurel
Coaches – Megan Parish, Billings (head); Crystal McCamis, Billings (assistant);
Ashlee Plummer, Belgrade (assistant)

2 Comments on "Shodair Soccer Classic rosters unveiled"

  1. Reply
    Purchasing a new or used automobile could be a hard method if you do not know what you really are undertaking. By teaching yourself about car purchasing before you head to the dealership, you could make points easier for your self. The following advice may help your next store shopping trip be more pleasant.

    Always bring a mechanic together when buying a brand new car. Car dealers are popular for marketing lemons and you may not desire to be their up coming target. Whenever you can not get a mechanic to look at autos together with you, a minimum of make certain you have him take a look at closing decision prior to buying it.

    Know your restrictions. Before starting store shopping for your upcoming automobile or pickup truck, choose what you can manage to spend, and follow it. Don’t overlook to feature fascination with your computations. You are likely to spend around 20 % as an advance payment as well, so prepare yourself.

    Prior to going to a dealer, know what type of motor vehicle you need. Investigation each one of you choices prior to store shopping in order to decide what works best for your financial budget and household demands. Seek information to learn simply how much you should pay to get a probable car.

    Prior to signing any deal take time to study each and every collection, for example the fine print. If you have anything listed that you just do not comprehend, usually do not indicator up until you purchase an response that you simply understand. Unsavory salesmen are able to use a legal contract to insert numerous costs that have been not discussed.

    When you keep the previous guidance at heart the next time that you simply go shopping for a car, you will certainly be more likely to obtain a good bargain. Purchasing a car does not have to be a headache. Use the information with this post and you will receive the vehicle you desire with a good selling price.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  • 03 Feb 2015

    UPDATED: 2015 national signing day's western Montana football commits

    UPDATED: With fall camps just around the corner, the list of western Montana natives in the Missoulian's coverage area has swelled near 50. Take a look:
      It’s national signing day 2015 and the National Letters of Intent were flying around this morning with local athletes securing their spots with college football programs. We’ll keep you updated with the area players who have made their commitments known throughout the day. Here’s a quick look at what we have so far. Don’t forget this is just a bare bones list right now and it will be updated often. Don’t see your name or your kid listed here? Leave it in the comments, or get in contact with us at or on twitter (@ajmazzolini).   MONTANA (4) TE Colin Bingham, Missoula Big Sky DE Andrew Harris, Kalispell Glacier S Josh Sandry, Bigfork DE Jesse Sims, Corvallis MONTANA STATE (5) LB Josh Hill, Kalispell Glacier LB Tanner Hoff, Hot Springs WR Logan Jones, Kalispell Glaicer QB Brady McChesney, Kalispell Glacier DE Byron Rollins, Missoula Sentinel EASTERN WASHINGTON (1) TE Jayce Gilder, Corvallis NORTH DAKOTA (1) TE Brock Shaide, Missoula Big Sky CARROLL COLLEGE (1) WR Paul Wilson, Missoula Hellgate MONTANA TECH (9) WR/RB Nate Gray, Hot Springs RB Jackson King, Missoula Sentinel WR/RB Danny Mannix, Flint Creek WR Sam McCamley, Kalispell Glacier WR Ty Morgan, Columbia Falls OL Matt Murphy, Missoula Big Sky OL Truman Pisk, Kalispell Glacier DB Tucker Rauthe, Kalispell Glacier LB Ike Schweikert, Columbia Falls MONTANA WESTERN (12) OL Zach Brown, Hamilton RB/LB Joe Caicedo, Darby WR Devin Cochran, Kalispell Glacier RB Cory Diaz, Missoula Big Sky RB/LB Jason Ferris, Dillon QB/S J.D. Ferris, Dillon WR/DB Justin Ferris, Dillon QB/DB Bo Hughs, Loyola Sacred Heart (transfer) RB/LB Raymond Matt, St. Ignatius LB Connor McKillop, Missoula Sentinel WR/DB Austin Ray, Corvallis OL Spencer Ross, Columbia Falls MONTANA STATE-NORTHERN (6) RB Zach Crace, Libby LB Travis Crawford, Missoula Big Sky FB Lane Foster, Hot Springs DL Trevor Frandsen, Missoula Big Sky MLB Jonathan Gragg, Missoula Hellgate OL Ryan Handley, Missoula Hellgate ROCKY MOUNTAIN COLLEGE (3) LB Joe Gallatin, Polson DE Jesse Grabowska, Florence RB Marty Pigeon, Loyola Sacred Heart DICKINSON STATE (1) DB Cain Boschee, Kalispell Glacier LEHIGH (1) OL Harrison Kauffman, Kalispell Glacier MACALESTER COLLEGE (1) WR Jack Streibich, Whitefish
  • 23 May 2014

    Makena Morley gets creative to fund trip to track nationals

    Ever wanted an autographed photo of one of Montana's all-time record-breaking prep runners? Now's your chance. Bigfork High School junior and State B champion of champions Makena Morley is raising money through technology and grass roots to help her reach the New Balance Outdoor High School Track & Field Nationals meet in Greensboro, North Carolina in mid June. And any donors of $25 or more through the fundraising website receive a Morley original complete with signature.  As of this posting, Morley is about 75 percent of the way to her goal of $2,300 for travel and lodging costs for her and her father to the national meet. Events run June 13-15. Morley isn't new to the national running scene, but she appears to be getting create in funding her trips there. She won the West Regional of the Foot Locker Cross Country Championships back in December and then finished eighth in the ensuing national race. "As a junior I have been to 4 national championship races (three in cross country and one for indoor track) but I have never won a national title, so this one is very important to me because I would love for this to be the year for me to win," Morley wrote on her fundraising page. "It is an important year for my college recruiting process, because this is the year when all colleges are looking at you and at what you have accomplished!" IndieGoGo is a kind of online kickstarter to raise money for a cause or idea. It's "the world’s most established crowdfunding platform," according to the organization's website. Crowdfunding is the process of pooling money from many different people for a cause. Morley, a three-time winner of the State B cross country title and Gatorade Runner of the Year for Montana, plans to run the 5,000 meters at the New Balance Nationals along with either the one or two mile. For more about her trip to nationals, or to donate, you can visit her page here.

  • 12 Feb 2015

    Entry to Montana wrestling's Four-Timers Club just got tougher

    Winning four straight state wrestling titles is hard enough, but the reclassification of weight classes in Montana that began this year will likely make the feat decidedly more difficult. When the Montana High Schools Association shifted from 15 to 13 wrestling classes, it eliminated the weight at which many four-timers wrestled as freshmen. The 98 and 105 weights were combined -- as were 195 and 220 on the upper end -- to form a new hybrid weight of 103 that will leave fewer holes in brackets and dual lineups. But it also adds new competition for the lightest weight, the one typically housing freshmen, by doubling the participants. "It's going to be interesting with the weight changes," said Columbia Falls wrestling coach Jesse Schaeffer, who has a senior in his wrestling room chasing state title No. 4 this week in Shonn Roberts. "I think that's going to maybe reduce that." Twenty-three Montana wrestlers have completed their four-peats and 11 of those started at 98 pounds of lower -- Gene Davis of Missoula County High, the state's first four-timer, won his freshman year at 95 pounds in 1960 before a similar weight shift later in the decade. Add in Roberts, who will compete at 138 pounds when state action begins Friday in Billings but won at 98 in 2012, and that's exactly half. "It's kind of weird since that's what I wrestled at as a freshman," Roberts began, "but 103, the 98-105 mix, I think that's reasonable. It'll make things a little bit tougher." That's hardly the thinking behind merging weights, though. At either extreme ends of the weight scale (195 and 220 became the 205 class) fewer teams -- especially at lower classifications -- could field a full lineup. Many times, too few entrants there led to a state bracket marred by automatic byes and regular season duals that might as well skip on to 105 pounds anyway. The unintended consequence is that 2015 may be near the last time wrestling fans will get a trio of four-time possibles all on the mats at the same time. Sidney's Gresh Jones joins Roberts in the Class A tournament this week at 126 pounds searching for his fourth, while Forsyth's Matt Weber will be the talk of Class B-C with a potential fourth title. Both boys won their first -- and lightest -- at 112 pounds, though.