It will be a rematch in the championship game of the Missouri Class 3 District 10 Girls’ Soccer Tournament, as second-seeded Rolla will take on top-seeded Jefferson City.


In semifinal games Tuesday night at the Jefferson City 179 Soccer Park Rolla shut out third-seeded Camdenton 2-0 while Jefferson City stopped fifth-seeded Waynesville.


Rolla, now 12-9-2, will try to end a recent slump against the Jefferson City Lady Jays in the district finals at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Jefferson City 179 Park.


In the past two seasons combined RHS has gone 0-4 against the Lady Jays, including a 1-0 loss in the finals of last season’s district tournament at Waynesville.


It will be a rematch in the championship game of the Missouri Class 3 District 10 Girls’ Soccer Tournament, as second-seeded Rolla will take on top-seeded Jefferson City.

In semifinal games Tuesday night at the Jefferson City 179 Soccer Park Rolla shut out third-seeded Camdenton 2-0 while Jefferson City stopped fifth-seeded Waynesville.

Rolla, now 12-9-2, will try to end a recent slump against the Jefferson City Lady Jays in the district finals at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Jefferson City 179 Park.

In the past two seasons combined RHS has gone 0-4 against the Lady Jays, including a 1-0 loss in the finals of last season’s district tournament at Waynesville.

On Tuesday Rolla took a 1-0 lead after the first half on an unassisted goal by senior Olivia Cox.

And with 20 minutes remaining in the second half sophomore Taylor Tronstad made it 2-0 on a goal assisted by senior Kaylyn Stoll.

Senior Adrian Pogue got her 13th shutout of the season in goal for the Lady Bulldogs.

Camdenton ends the season with a 17-7-1 record. The Lady Lakers had won 10 of their last 11 games entering Tuesday’s contest.

“I thought we played really well,” said RHS head coach Mike Howard. “Especially early in the game. I think we got a little tired (in the second half). I think our schedule really helped prepare us for this game.”

Now the Lady Bulldogs will try to break through against Jefferson City.

“They’ve beat us four times in a row -- all three 1-0 last year and 2-1 this year,” Howard said. “They’ve had our number. They’re solid in goal and solid in the back. And they have an all-star midfielder, Kara Steiner, who is a phenomenal player.”