The Lake of the Ozarks became the official host of the 2018 Can-Am Police-Fire Games at a press conference May 20 at Tan-Tar-A Resort.
Local schools sends dozens after sectional meet wins
The Lake Area has dozens of state bound track and field athletes after Eldon, School of the Osage, Versailles and Camdenton competed in their sectional meets Saturday.
Long ball crushes Eldon’s postseason hopes
When Colin Vaughan smacked Southern Boone’s second three-run home run of the game over the School of the Osage centerfield wall, the long ball hammered the proverbial nail into Eldon’s coffin as it landed.
The Camdenton Lady Lakers’ last season ended in a heartbreaking 2-1 loss to Waynesville in the district semifinal. This year, it ended in confusion.
The Class 4, District 10 baseball tournament began Saturday featuring the Eldon Mustangs and the Osage Indians. While the Mustangs advanced to the semifinal round, to play the top-seeded Southern Boone Monday, Osage could not hold onto a three-run lead in the seventh inning to upset Bolivar.
For the fourth time in five years, the Osage Indians tennis team have won a district title.
After closing out the regular season with a disappointing string of close losses, the Camdenton Lady Lakers salvaged a win in their last matchup before districts with a 3-0 win over the Bolivar Lady Liberators May 14.
Osage took on Southern Boone Monday, May 11 in an unofficial conference championship game and won 2-1 in overtime on Senior Night.
Osage senior wrestler Chris Johnson signed a letter of intent May 12 to wrestle for Missouri Valley College.
Camdenton held their eighth annual soccer tournament last weekend. Sixteen schools from across the state of Missouri participated, and both Camdenton and Osage had success in their respective pools.
As the Osage Indians baseball team enters the final week of the regular season, they will apparently have to find any way they can to win after dropping four games in three days late last week to move to 4-12 on the season.
Eight teams competed at the Osage Tennis Tournament Saturday, May 2, and the Osage Indians came out on top.
As Camdenton’s top seeded player for the second year in a row as a sophomore, Burton has excelled this season after first making his mark last year.
While Natalie Schulte’s performance against Rolla definitely warrants consideration, McLaughlin’s no-hitter (and near perfect game) against Climax Springs and his game-winning sacrifice fly against Macks Creek provided Osage baseball with their best weekend in recent memory.
Macks Creek forward Cody Eidson signed a letter of intent last week to attend North Central Missouri College in Trenton, Missouri.
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