Osage and Camdenton face off at Waynesville Tournament

School of the Osage and Camdenton went to battle in Waynesville Monday night where the Indians and Tigers took on five other schools. At the end of the day, Glendale won the event with 280 team points while Osage took fourth with 330 points and Camdenton finished fifth with 352 points respectively. 

Osage coach L.J. Weeks was pleased with how his team performed coming off of a home quad win Thursday night against California, Linn and Fulton where the Indian junior varsity actually won the event with 176 team points thanks in part to match medalist Jacob Gibbs while the varsity finished with 178 points. 

On Monday it was Jacob Krantz who led the Indians taking third place individually with a round of 73, which is the best score of his high school career to date. Krantz' teammate Chance Foster also finished in the top 20 posting a score of 83 to tie for eighth.

Camdenton's Ethan Kline posted the best score for the Lakers as he shot an 83 while Brody Petska earned 12th with a round of 96. 

Osage will host Lebanon on Thursday at 4 p.m., while Camdenton hosts the Ozark Conference Tournament on Monday at 4 p.m.

Eldon and Versailles tee off at the Sacred Heart Tournament

Eldon and Versailles were in tournament action Monday night at Sacred Heart in Sedalia and the Mustangs finished fourth out 19 teams with a team score of 360 while St. Pius X won the tournament with a score of 332 and the Tigers did not post a team score. 

Eldon rode some momentum into the tournament after winning their last home quad against Eugene, Stover and Cole Camp on Wednesday with Eldon's Austyn Grisham earning match medalist. On Monday, it was Spencer Rogers who led the Mustangs taking sixth individually with a score of 81 while Grisham and Christian Potucek shot a 90, Austin Kostelnik earned a 99 and Cole Kliethermes ended the day at 102. 

Meanwhile, Versailles' Ori Bartlett posted the best score for the Tigers at 87 and was just two strokes away from taking home a medal. Garrett Boatright walked away with a score of 91 and Peyton Cable ended his day at 96. 

Eldon will visit Southern Boone for a Tri-County Conference tri-meet with Blair Oaks on Thursday at 4 p.m., while Versailles will be in tournament action at Stover on the same day.