Make that five straight sweeps for School of the Osage.

The Indians hosted Richland Wednesday night and the visiting Bears could not put a halt to Osage’s dominant streak as they fell 9-0. With the win, Osage improved to 6-0 in the regular season and has outscored opponents 53 to 1 during that stretch. So far, the only shortcoming for the Indians (10-1 overall) has been a 3-1 loss in tournament play to Moberly at the start of the season where the team finished second.

In singles play, Eliza Koeppen picked up an 8-4 win at the top of the lineup while Elise Davis (8-0), Kylie Misenheimer (8-1), Natalie Brick (9-7), Lily Davis (8-2) and Zoie Turner (8-1) all enjoyed wins yet again. Doubles play did not offer too much trouble either as the duo of Koeppen and Brick won their match 8-4 while Misenheimer and Elise picked up an 8-0 sweep and Lily and Turner e,arned an 8-1 victory.

Osage will look to make the good times continue when the Indians host the Osage Tournament on Saturday at 9 a.m. On Monday, the team will play host to Camdenton for a Lake area battle at 4:30 p.m.