The Lakers hosted their annual Laker Relays on Tuesday night, drawing in nine teams to compete. The Lady Lakers finished first overall, with a team score of 155. Waynesville took second in the ladies' division, 22 points behind the Lady Lakers. Helias finished in third with a team score of 114.5

The Osage Lady Indians took sixth with a score of 54.5.

Competing in the girls' 200 meter, Polly and Josie Dinsdale took second and third respectively with times of 27.38 and 27.52. Osage's Tessa Colonius finished eighth with a time of 29.91

McKenzie Wright proved to be dominant from the long jump once again, taking first with a 17' 1'' jump. She also finished first in the high jump (5'6") and in the triple jump, where she finished with 36' 4.75".

Judy Keys' 9'6" pole vault claimed first for the Lady Lakers, while Lacy Cotton took second for Osage. Sophie Shore finished third (8').

Keys also finished second in the girls' 300 meter hurdles with a time of 50.63. Osage's Kendall Miller took fifth with a time of 54.13.

Osage's Isabel Morris claimed first in the shot put with a toss of 36' 5.5".

In the discus, Camdenton's Jasmyn Wolfe claimed first with a toss of 94' 1". Osage's Mindy Wiederhoft took sixth with a toss of 78'10".

Osage's Keely McCann finished fourth in the triple jump behind Camdenton's Sophie Shore, who took third with a jump of 32'3.5".

Osage's Gabrielle Hill turned in a time of 13:02:01 in the 3200 meter, good enough for third place.

Maisy Borden finished second in the girls' 100 meter with a time of 13.13, followed closely by Stefanie Baker with a time of 13.35 for third.

The Lady Lakers' 4x100 relay team took first, beating out Waynesville with a time of 51.65.  Osage's squad finished seventh with a time of 57.44. In the 4x200, Camdenton finished second with a time of 1:52:14, while Osage took fourth with a 2:02:65.  In the 4x400, Camdenton finished fourth.


On the boys' side, Smith-Cotton beat out the Laker boys for first by a mere two points, 115-113, while Waynesville finished third with a score of 108. Osage finished sixth in the boys' division with a score of 75.

Josh Martin and Connor Hickman took third and fourth in the boys' long jump for Camdenton with distances of 19'10" and 19'6" respectively.

Justin Murdock's discus throw of 140'9" was nearly four feet better than the second-place finisher, while Osage's Chaz Kempf took third with a throw of 135'8". Sam Smith finished fifth for the Osage boys in the discus. Murdock finished fifth in the shot put, while Osage's Scott Brannan and Sam Smith finished sixth and seventh respectively.

Jacob Klein finished third in the 400 meter for the Lakers, while Blake Jesse finished fifth in the 1600.

In the pole vault, Luke Burris tied for second with a height of 11'6". In the high jump, Joe Harris and Jacob Wise finished third and fourth with jumps of 5'10".

Camdenton's Denver Hansen had another big day, taking first in the boys' 300 hurdles with a time of 41.03 to go along with his second place finish in the 100 meter hurdles.

Osage's Wyatt Whitman took second in the boys' 800 with a time of 2:06:53. Jacob Rabenold finished third with a time of 2:06:65, with Liam Kohler finishing right behind him with a time of 2:09:35 for Camdenton.

David Prather and Blake Jesse took third and fourth in the 3200, while the boys' 4x800 relay team finished first with a time of 8:47:25.

In the 4x400, the Laker boys finished third with a time of 3:37:13, while the Indians' team took sixth with a 3:51:64 time. In the boys 4x100, Osage finished third with a time of 46.95.

Team Scores
1 Smith-Cotton    115
2 Camdenton    113
3 Waynesville    108
4 Helias        98
5 Lebanon     92
6 Osage        75
7 Central        54
8 Hillcrest        33
9 Richland        2

1 Camdenton    155
2 Waynesville    133
3 Helias        114.5
4 Central        70
5 Lebanon        70
6 Osage        54.5
7 Smith-Cotton    34
8 Richland        9

Versailles' season has taken a downward turn, losing four straight games in four days.

Coming off of three losses at the Osage Wood Bat Tourney, the Tigers followed it up with another loss, this time at the hands of the Hallsville Indians.

Despite a scoreless first two innings, the Indians managed to dig in and score nine runs in the top of the third. An additional nine runs in the fourth, and four more in the fifth made it a 22-0 win for Hallsville, ending the game after five innings.