One week's worth of games has boosted the Osage Lady Indians' season record to 10 wins after two victories at home this past weekend.

It all began on Monday night, as the Lady Indians played host to the Fatima Lady Comets, from which they emerged the victors with a 4-0 shutout.

The Lady Indians' defense proved to be quite effective, keeping the ball away from the net nearly all night, as Fatima only managed to get one shot.

Meanwhile, the offense of Osage was in full attack-mode, with 31 shots on the night, four of which found their mark (16 shots on goal).

Four players scored on the night, with goals by Morgan Breneman, Monica Cisar, Alexa Pittenger and Cassidy Culver.

Breneman's goal, assisted by Hannah Bashore, came from a straight-on kick right down the center from close quarters. Culver's came from about 15 yards out down the center,while Cisar crossed one on from the left side of the goal. Pittenger brought it around full circle, driving in a shot from the right side.

The team returned to action the next night as they hosted Stover, which proved to be another shutout for the Lady Indians.

Vanessa Webber had a slow night in the net, as Stover never actually got a shot on goal.
The Lady Indians, on the other hand, had 21 shots on goal, scoring six to win 6-0.

It was a big night for Savannah Foster, who finished the night by leading the team with two goals and two assists. Foster's shot, the first of the night for Osage, scored the game-winning goal.

Cassidy Culver recorded two assists and a goal on the night, with Austin Dulle, Bre Mundy and Morgan Brenemen scoring one apiece for the win.

With a 10-2 record, the Lady Indians made the trip to Bolivar, where they were handed their third loss of the season in a close 3-1 loss.

The Lady Indians' next game comes at home on Monday night as they host Crocker at 5 p.m. They'll follow it up with a road game at Belle on Tuesday, with a 4:30 p.m. start time.