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.
Osage High School held their annual track and field invitational April 21, and athletes from Osage, Eldon and Versailles competed against others from around the mid-Missouri area, including California, Centralia, St. James, Helias and many others.
If the Osage Indians have proven anything this season, it is that in whatever game they play either they will score a lot of points, or their opponents will.
It took two unlikely goals for the Camdenton Lady Lakers to pull off a comeback victory against Rolla Thursday night.
School of the Osage and Eldon competed in the Tri-County Golf Tournament April 22 at the Redfield Country Club.
The Camdenton Lady Lakers finished a triumphant week with a first place finish at the Moberly Tournament April 18. They ended the tournament with a crushing 3-0 victory over the Southern Boone Lady Eagles.
Culver lands fifth hat trick of the season, Atkin with six assists
The Osage Lady Indians continued their season-long warpath with an 8-0 win over the Stover Lady Bulldogs April 14.
If you watched the Eldon Mustangs baseball game against the Osage Indians April 13, you would have good reason to think the Fates were working against the Mustangs.
A bright sun shines on the Rolling Hills Country Club in Versailles as Osage head golf coach Leland Weeks motors by on a golf cart to check up on his charges.
School of the Osage center back Megan Atkin signed on to play soccer at Mount Mercy University for the upcoming 2015-2016 season April 15.
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