Fifteen students from the Camdenton High School Trap Club competed on three squads at the Spring Break'em competition Saturday, April 5
Reports broke Thursday afternoon current head coach Frank Haith was interested in the vacancy at University of Tulsa. At around 3 p.m., Haith was photographed at Columbia Memorial Airport leaving on a charter jet slated to go to Tulsa, Okla. The Tulsa job opened after the season when Danny Manning left to go to Wake Forest.
Tomson’s long outing allows only four unearned runs
Most major league starting pitchers will throw about 100 pitches in a good outing. Baseball consensus somewhat arbitrarily advises that this number sits at an optimal stopping point.
Lions can’t power past the ‘Stangs
On an idyllic spring night Thursday in the valley at Tuscumbia’s baseball Field, the MO-52 series between the Eldon Mustangs and the Tuscumbia Lions took place.
Tough defenses allow no goals in 100 minutes
After opening the season invincible, the Lady Lakers experienced a rough week, leaving them their first two losses of the year.
The Camdenton junior varsity and varsity baseball teams hosted the West Plains Zizzers Saturday afternoon.
Indians drop the ball against Crocker, Hallsville
After toppling Climax Springs in their season opener, the Indians had a rough time in their first home game of the season March 31 against Crocker, losing 9-5.
Indians trip at first major hurdle
After winning handily over Laquey and Fair Grove by a combined 12-0, the Osage Lady Indians got a chance to face some significantly tougher competition in the Camdenton Lady Lakers on a cloudy and cold Friday night.
Climax Springs can’t find answer on defense
Huge, dark thunderheads to the north set an early Spring backdrop for the Osage Indians opening baseball game Thursday, March 28 against Climax Springs. But the clouds weren’t the only thing that brought the thunder.
Mustangs hang on in snowy extra innings
Snow started falling during the second inning of Eldon’s home opener against the Camdenton Lakers.
Snow and Henry lead the way
Three minutes into the regular season, the Camdenton Lady Lakers gave up a goal to Bishop DuBourg after accidentally leaving an opening in their defense.
Indians get a chance to warm up, focus on goals
Despite a sunny sky and warm temperatures, high winds marred the early games of the first-ever Osage Baseball Bash March 17. Pop-ups and the young fielders underneath them moved around erratically.
Blowout to Blair Oaks gives way to comeback against Eugene
Camdenton hosted the Blair Oaks Falcons and the Eugene Eagles for Opening Day Saturday, March 22.
Osage, Camdenton, Eldon and Versailles all represented
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