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Maddie Scrivener signed her letter of intent to attend William Woods University Wednesday, Feb. 26. The senior track athlete will compete in the discus and the shot put.
There’s an old coaching adage that says the most important part of a basketball game is the first five minutes of the second half. But on Thursday night, the most important thing for the Blair Oaks Falcons was the first two minutes of each half.
They struggled, fought and wrestled. They faced hardships and tribulations, but eventually, they won their way into the third day of play at the MSHSAA State Wrestling Championship and assured themselves medals.
Similar result in teams’ second meeting
Once again, the Eldon Mustangs got the better of the Osage Indians this season. The two teams met for the second time Feb. 18 at Eldon High School in a rematch after Eldon came out on top during their home tournament.
Physical game goes in Osage’s favor
In a hotly anticipated rivalry game Thursday, the Osage Lady Indians upset the Eldon Lady Mustangs with a 67-55 victory.
Eldon and Versailles hold doubleheader Friday night
A packed Eldon High School gymnasium hosted two varsity games Friday between the Eldon Mustangs and the Versailles Tigers. The Lady Mustangs led off with a 72-30 decimation of the Lady Tigers, but Versailles got vengeance with a hard-fought 74-63 win over the boys team.
Lady Lakers win close match-up
In a bizarre Monday (Feb. 10) night match between the Camdenton Lady Lakers and the Waynesville Tigers, the purple-and-gold just kept Waynesville at bay to win 69-63.
For almost three quarters in Ashland, the Osage Indians looked lost, disorganized and butterfingered against the Southern Boone Eagles.
Camdenton qualifies two
Although the Osage Indians didn’t come away with a district title, three of the school’s representatives will go to the state tournament this weekend after competing at Bolivar High School Saturday.
Eldon boys’ basketball team agonizes another loss in overtime
A loss usually hurts. The Eldon boys’ latest defeat Friday burned like a bullet ant sting.
The Eldon Takedown Team will hold a fundraising 5K run/walk Saturday, Feb. 22 to benefit the 2015 Eldon wrestling team.
Lady Indians show inconsistency in 1-1 split
In the second to last week before districts, the Osage Lady Indians earned a 1-1 split by losing to the Southern Boone Eagles in a low scoring 39-35 game and beating Versailles 49-32.
The Camdenton seniors will continue their athletic careers
Two Camdenton High students had to wait a day for the snow to clear to sign for their futures. On Friday, after school went back in session, they got the opportunity.
Girls come out on top, boys lose
Last week, both the Osage boys and girls basketball teams played in lopsided games. The only difference was the result.
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