Indians end season with 7-2 record, tie for second place in Tri-County Conference
The Osage Indians travelled to Hallsville Friday night and won 38-20 against the then 7-1 Indians team to get one-third of a slice of second place conference pie with Hallsville and Blair Oaks.
Aside from perhaps Eldon's Sara Rhine, no single athlete from the Lake Area has dominated their respective sport in the last four years like School of the Osage's Taylor Hayes.
The Camdenton Lakers ended their season at 7-2 Friday and accomplished three things in doing so. First, they finished with a better record than they did last season.
The Tri-County Conference held its annual cross country meet Thursday, Oct. 17 at Eldon Middle School.
Mustangs to face Fulton Friday as football district playoffs get underway
In their last game of the regular season, the Eldon Mustangs fell just short on the road to the Southern Boone Eagles in a game filled with turnovers and small, but costly, mistakes. The Eagles managed to stifle a late rally by the Mustangs to win the game 19-14.
Two local teams will head into volleyball districts this week: Osage and Eldon. Find out how their regular seasons ended and their path to a championship title.
For the fourth time in as many years, School of the Osage golfer Taylor Hayes won All-State honors last week at the Class 1 State Golf Championship at Rivercut Golf Course in Springfield, Missouri.
Reporting high school football scores from around Missouri for Friday, Oct. 17, 2014.
Against Blair Oaks
A frustrating 48-3 showing last week against the Southern Boone Eagles likely solidified Versailles’ season this year as a one-win team.
With last week’s close 44-42 win against the Joplin Eagles and a loss by the Battle Spartans, Camdenton clinched home-field advantage through the upcoming districts.
Plays at Hallsville
After a comeback saw the decidedly underdog Osage Indians come within one touchdown of tying the California Pintos in California in the closing minutes of the game, a pair of turnovers ended the Indians hope of pulling off a huge upset of the Pintos.
Experiencing some re-growing pains
After back-to-back district championships, the Eldon Mustangs have struggled to find success on the field this season.
Here's a preview of SEC football games scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014.
The Lady Indians lost to the Helias Catholic Lady Crusaders 8-4 due to a rough fourth inning of defense and by stranding eight runners on base throughout the game.
After drubbing the Lebanon Yellowjackets 8-3 Oct. 8 in the district quarterfinals, the Camdenton Lady Lakers battled their longtime tormentors, district favorite and a team that had beaten them 15-2 in the regular season: the No. 1 seed Jefferson City Jays.
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