School of the Osage and Eldon hosted the Licking Volleyball Shootout on July 24-25.
As August draws closer and closer, so does the prospect of football. The Eldon Mustangs, repeat district champions, will hope for another title in a new district.
This year’s Camdenton soccer camp featured the same aggressive drilling of skills as it has in the last few preseasons, but this July, the Lakers hosted a few special guests.
The coaching carousel at School of the Osage has yet another fresh face ready to take the helm of a team.
The Lake Today accidentally identified last issue’s column as the final in this piece. However, Ingold will now review the World Cup in full including the last game played on Sunday with Germany taking the 2014 World Cup title
Basketball assistant will step into the limelight
The School of the Osage announced Thursday that Kevin Schnicker would take over the coaching duties of boys basketball team for the winter sports season.
Ingold makes predictions of semi-final and final games
For the last few weeks, Camdenton Laker soccer coach Jason Ingold has joined The Lake Today’s sports page as a guest columnist to help guide us all through the 2014 World Cup being held in Brazil.
New coach Johnson aims to give Osage new life
Energy. Fire. Tempo. Since Johnson arrived, these words have become gospel for Osage football players.
Still time to register for events
The 30th Anniversary Show-Me STATE GAMES will offer more than 40 sporting events for all ages and ability levels during the weekends of July 18-20 and July 25-27.
The Camdenton Lakers soccer team practiced June 23 through drizzle and rain.
The MSHSAA-mandated dead session, a period of nine full days with no scheduled athletic activity or contact with school coaches, started for those three schools June 28.
Inside the World Cup: Fourth in weekly guest column series reviews 2014 World Cup so far, predictions of upcoming games
Each week, Ingold will break down the tournament, providing us with his impressions, predictions and expertise on all things about the beautiful game and the largest, most popular sporting event in the world.
Longtime tournament raises money for local scholarship program
On Friday, July 4 at Sycamore Creek Golf Club, a 37-year tradition continues with the annual Catfish Classic Golf Tournament.
Eldon, Versailles and School of the Osage participated in a seven-versus-seven football exhibition June 18.
Inside the World Cup: Third in weekly guest column series reviews 2014 World Cup so far, predictions of upcoming games
For the next few weeks, Camdenton Laker soccer coach Jason Ingold will join The Lake Today’s sports page as a guest columnist to help guide us all through the 2014 World Cup being held in Brazil.
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