Lake of the Ozarks, Mo. – The Osage Lady Indians are back on track, bouncing back from their first loss two weeks ago and picking up two shutout wins since then.

After the 6-0 loss to Camdenton, the Lady Indians rallied back to pick up a 4-0 win over Stover.

They followed that match with yet another win, after being rained out of the game the previous week.

Their match against Fulton on Tuesday night saw six Lady Indians find the net for a goal on the way to a 9-0 win.

Osage proved to be the dominant force on the field, as they took 37 shots on goal, converting nine for goals.

Their opponent finished the game with just two shots on goal and no scores, as the defense once again played dominantly, leaving goalkeeper Vanessa Webber to record two saves, one in each half.

For Osage, Katie Kostuke wasted little time to give the Lady Indians the lead, scoring with an assist from Monica Cisar just eight minutes into the game.

Roughly six minutes later, Cassidy Culver found the net to give Osage a 2-0 lead.

Morgan Breneman took another assist from Cisar to the goal after nearly 14 minutes of play, and about ten minutes later, Culver struck again to give Osage a 4-0 lead.

A penalty kick by Culver gave the Lady Indians a 5-0 lead as they headed into the half.

The first half may have belonged to Culver, who finished the game with three goals, but the Lady Indians weren't finished yet.

After almost fifteen minutes of play in the second half, Cisar found the net, assisted by Briana Jordan.

Four minutes later, Alexa Pittenger drove one in, giving the Lady Indians a 7-0 lead.

But it was Megan Atkin who had the final say, scoring the last two goals of the game to advance the Lady Indians to 4-1 on the season before they head to the Ozark Tournament this Friday.

Osage is scheduled to start off the Ozark Tournament with a match against Neosho on Friday, with matches against Monett and Lebanon on Saturday.


The Lady Lakers came into the week with a 4-0-1 record, yet to receive their first loss. But it came on Monday night with a 3-0 shutout on the road against a talented Nixa squad, making this the first game this season in which the Lady Lakers lost and failed to score a goal.

They returned to action the next night for their second home game of the season, and hosting Ozark Conference rival Hillcrest, the Lady Lakers made short work of the Hornets, defeating them 10-1.

In the JV match, the Lady Lakers managed to pull off a 6-0 shutout.

The Camdenton Lakers fell to 3-7 this season with a 4-2 loss on the road at Glendale on Tuesday night.

Glendale jumped to an early 2-0 lead in the bottom of the second, and despite the Lakers bouncing back with two runs of their own in the top of the fourth, Glendale used some classic small ball to score two more runs to win.

Brett Lange worked the mound for the Lakers, striking out one in his six innings. The two RBI's for the Lakers came from Hayden Randall and Tristan Starkey.