Lake of the Ozarks, Mo. – The Osage Indians' winning streak continues with a 9-0 win over Willow Springs to win the Camdenton/Lebanon Tournament championship.
The Bears were without their number one player on Wednesday, which moved their entire line up one spot, but the Indians cruised to a win by playing, according to Coach Scott Blacksher, "intelligent, controlled tennis".

Varsity Singles
1. Thomas Uhl vs Mathew Coatney 8-0
2. Ryan Curran vs Nate Thornton 8-1
3. Adam Keith vs Ricky Pikul 8-2
4. Jordan Wilson vs Kalum Douglas 8-5
5. Adam Schoening vs Lane Carter 8-2
6. Rowman Trowbridge vs Michael Pilcher 8-5

Varsity Doubles
1. Uhl/Wilson vs Coatney/Thorton 8-3
2. Curran/Keith vs Pikul/Douglas 8-1
3. A. Schoening/P. Kirby vs Carter/Pilcher 8-1

Caption: Coach Blackskear, Jordan Wilson, Adam Schoening, Thomas Uhl, Ryan Curran, Adam Keith, and Phillip Kirby, not pictured is Rowman Trowbridge Photo Submitted by Bonnie Uhl

Osage Golf
The Indians' golf team continued their hectic schedule this week, with matches on Tuesday and Wednesday, before topping it off with a final meet on Thursday night.

Tuesday night's meet was a quad at Dogwood Hills, as the Indians hosted Crocker, Russellville and New Bloomfield.

The Indians had little trouble winning with a team score of 190, a full fifty strokes ahead of Russellville's 240. Crocker came in with 251, while New Bloomfield was unable to field a complete team. Osage's JV squad tied Crocker with a 251.

Varsity Results:
Osage – 190
Russellville – 240
Crocker – 251
Osage JV – 251
New Bloomfield – only had 3 players so could not post a team score.

Individual Varsity
Austin Hansen – 47
Michael Crosby – 43
Skyler Slack – 56
Garrett Lynch – 44
Steven Ziegler – 56

Individual JV
Hayden Carlson – 64
Zach Perkins – 58
Max Maples – 66
Drew Swofford – 64
Jordan Schultze - 65

The Indians spent the next day at Eagle Knoll for the Southern Boone Golf Tournament, from which the Osage boys emerged in fourth place amongst a field of 18 teams.

Blair Oaks won the event.

"Eagle Knoll is a difficult course to play and it was very windy yesterday to boot, so any scores under 100 were pretty good," Osage's coach L.J. Weeks said.

Michael Crosby led the Indians with a strong showing, shooting an 86 for a seventh place finish. Skyler Slack's 96 landed him in 17 place, just short of medaling. Zach Curran finished with a 102, Austin Hansen scored 106 and Garrett Lynch rounded out the squad with a 121.

The Indians finish out the week with a meet at Versailles on Thursday before returning to the greens Monday for the Fort Leonard Wood Tournament. They play at Eldon on Tuesday before heading to Jefferson City for the conference meet. Thursday night will see the Indians host their final home meet with Lebanon at 4 p.m.