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It’s time to drop the Football, Johnny

The Super Bowl is almost here, so everyone is talking football. While most people are having worthless conversations about Cam Newton “dabbing” and Peyton Manning’s legacy, there are topics more with our time. I’m not talking about the play on the field come Sunday, I think that’s talked about plenty. It’s time to talk about someone most people are sick of hearing about: Johnny Manziel.

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Eldon girls take home the championship in the Eldon Tournament

Eldon has had the girl’s tournament for four years and this is the Lady Mustang’s second tournament win

The Eldon Tournament has a rich history here at the Lake.

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Turnover’s lead to missed opportunity for Lady Indians against Father Tolton

Osage blows a fourth quarter lead with 13 turnovers in the final quarter.

Osage head coach Scott Rowland didn’t want to use it as an excuse, but the Lady Indians just seem tired.

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3 Lake Area wrestling teams go head to head on Osage Senior night

Osage, Eldon and Versailles get together with Fatima at Osage

The School of the Osage hosted their Senior Night for wrestling Jan. 26 with Eldon, Versailles and Fatima on hand to partake.

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Three local students sign with colleges

Two Osage students and one from Camdenton sign letters of commitment

Three local students have signed to colleges in the last week. Osage’s Jordan Pierce signed to cheer at Ottawa University in Ottawa, Kansas. Osage also had Taylor Good sign to play softball at Evangel. Camdenton’s Parker Pitts signed to play football at Avilla on Monday.

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What has Barry Odom gotten himself into?

Mizzou football has had a rough week

Mizzou football is a mess. When Barry Odom took over for Gary Pinkel in early December he already had a lot on his plate. He’s taking over a team that had just five wins last year after back-to-back seasons of playing in the SEC championship.

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Lady Indians win Osage Invitational

Osage dominates in the championship over Crocker

The Lady Indians have been one of the top teams in the Tri-County Conference all season long. They came into their tournament with just two losses on the season, one of which was a loss to Southern Boone in the championship of the Tri-County Tournament.

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Southern Boone leaves Eldon’s Courtwarming as kings

The Eagles dominated the game from the beginning

The Eldon Mustangs have struggled so far this year. They went into their Courtwarming on Jan. 22 with only two wins on the season and were given no favors from their opponent, Southern Boone.

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Eldon girls stumble after strong start against Southern Boone

After a good first quarter, the Lady Mustangs collapsed for the final three quarters

The Eldon Lady Mustangs hosted Southern Boone on Jan. 21 for a matchup of two of the top teams in the Tri-County Conference.

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Tim’s Two Cents: Losing the St. Louis Rams

To help introduce Tim Leible's new, weekly online column, "Tim's Two Cents," debuting Friday, Jan. 22, he has shared an insightful column about losing his hometown NFL team.

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Camdenton struggles in loss to Glendale

Glendale controlled both sides of the ball in the game

When Camdenton hosted Glendale on Jan. 12, recovery was the name of the game for the Lakers.

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Lady Lakers cruise to conference win over West Plains

Camdenton dominated for three quarters en route to the win

The Camdenton Lady Lakers hosted West Plains on Jan. 11.

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State’s top basketball player plays against Versailles

Father Tolton’s Michael Porter Jr. is the top recruit in the state and among the best in the country as a junior

The energy in Versailles was at an all-time high on Jan. 14 when the Tigers hosted Father Tolton.

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Osage girls can’t complete comeback, finish second in Tri-County Tournament

The Lady Indians got within two points but couldn’t finish the job

After cruising to a 73-25 victory in the opening round of the Tri-County Conference tournament, the School of the Osage faced off against the rival Eldon Mustangs.

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Osage boys take third in the Tri-County Conference Tournament

After losing to the eventual champion, Osage took down Hallsville to earn third place in the tournament

The School of the Osage had two goals coming into the Tri-County Conference tournament. They wanted to play on the right side of the bracket and to be one of the top three teams in the conference. The Indians achieved both of those goals.


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