Soccer, volleyball, cross country and softball results from around the area.
The Osage Indians improved their season record to 3-5-1 with a 2-0 road win over Iberia on Monday night. Connor Breneman and Wyatt Whitman scored the goals to lead Osage to victory. Next up for the Indians is Lebanon on the road on Thursday, Sept. 26.
The Camdenton Lakers traveled to Sedalia on Monday night, where the Tigers emerged the victors in a hard-fought 3-1 win over the Lakers. Camdenton is now 1-3 before their Tuesday night match at Hillcrest.
The Lady Mustangs are 2-3 this season after taking a loss to Boonville at home on Monday night, but the team will look to bounce back this Thursday, as they head to Versailles to take on the Tigers.
Versailles' squad is currently 2-4 after a road loss to Cole Camp on Monday night, and will look to improve as they host Southern Boone on Tuesday night before playing at home again against the Mustangs.
The Osage Lady Indians were swept by the Buffalo Lady Bison on Monday night, losing both sets on varsity (25-15, 25-16) and falling in the JV and freshmen matches. Maddy Homan finished the night with two kills and three digs, while Joselyn Nuckolls led the varsity with three kills. The Indians' current record holds at 3-6 before they host the Fulton Hornets on Thursday.
The Osage cross country team ran in the MSSU Stampede this past Saturday their largest meet of the season, with the runners competing against nearly 300 runners in each race. The Osage boys team finished 23rd overall, with Grant Gamm and Elijah Skinner both running personal records of 18:53 and 19:05, respectively. Tristan Hensley led the team with an 82nd place finish and a time of 17:43. This coming weekend, both the high school and middle school teams will be competing in Hermitage.
Grant Gamm #131 and Elijah Skinner #133
School of the Osage Cross Country
Missouri Southern Stampede Cross Country Meet Results
Tristan Hensley 82 17:43
Matt Reid 138 18:28
Grant Gamm 157 18:53
Elijah Skinner 163 19:05
Alex Keith 217 20:42
Boys Team Scores
Osage 23 632
Girls – (3.1 miles)
Gabrielle Hill 109 21:28
Jordyn Bartlett 226 28:17
The School of the Osage Lady Indians took a tough loss to the chin in Monday night's road game against Buffalo. Despite playing well on defense, the Lady Bison managed to turn a 2-1 game into a blowout, as they attacked the Indians in the third inning to score eight runs. The Lady Indians are currently 4-8 before their Tuesday night matchup against a tough Crocker team.
The Eldon Mustangs pulled out a 6-1 win over the LinnWildcats on Monday night, improving their record to 5-5 after a 6-3 win over Battle last week.
The Mustangs' next match comes Tuesday night at Versailles, who is currently 3-9 after last week's 14-1 loss to the Russellville Indians.