Mustangs trample Indians as disappointing season for Osage nears the end
While neither the Eldon nor Osage boys teams competed for a conference title Feb. 17, the grudge match still came loaded with a packed Henderson Gymnasium, energetic student sections and even a ripped jersey.
Osage girls top Eldon to share conference title
With nearly everything on the line Thursday night, the Osage Lady Indians did not disappoint the legion of fans that showed up to cheer them on their Senior Night against the rival Eldon Lady Mustangs, a team they had lost to previously in the year at the Stover Tournament.
Versailles finishes seventh in Class 1, medals four
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The California Pintos hosted the Eldon Mustangs Friday, Feb. 13 in a night that celebrated Courtwarming, Senior Night and the final home game of the season for a state-ranked team.
Morris hits 1,000 career points for Lady Indians
Despite losing their fifth game of the season to the Skyline Lady Tigers 62-55 last Thursday, the Osage Lady Indians started off their week with a much needed conference win against the Southern Boone Lady Eagles 59-29.
Injured Camdenton squad gets dominant win over Lady Bulldogs
The young Camdenton Lady Laker basketball team currently sits at 12-10 after granting the Rolla Lady Bulldogs with their 20th straight loss of the season Feb. 12 beating the winless team 72-16.
Camdenton moves to 12-9 with loss to Tigers
With districts looming, the Camdenton Lakers had a chance to scout some of their potential competition Tuesday night when they played their district and conference rivals, the Waynesville Tigers.
The defending district champion Osage Indians football team will lose a good chunk of its team to graduation, but at least five of those players will continue playing football at the next level.
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After earning a huge lead in the first quarter, the Eldon Mustangs had their work cut out for them in the second half of their game against Warsaw in front of a Courtwarming crowd Feb. 6. However, they held on to win in a 71-56 crowd pleaser.
While most Lake Area teams emphasize strong defense as their key to victory, the Eldon Lady Mustangs instead use their Blitzkreig-style offense to overwhelm and overpower their opponents.
Outsized, outnumbered and outmaneuvered, the Camdenton Lady Lakers had a lot to deal with in their 76-54 loss to the Kickapoo Lady Chiefs Feb. 2.
In a week without much defense, the Osage Indians’ long season featured another game to forget with an 85-61 loss to the Skyline Tigers Feb. 3. However, Friday night against Versailles, featured one of the best individual performances and wildest finishes in school history with a 78-77 final on a last second shot by Justin Heiser.
After opening the game with a 30-18 lead just before halftime, the Osage Lady Indians appeared to have the game under control going into the locker room against Blair Oaks Jan. 26.
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