School of the Osage and Versailles hit the course in Jefferson City for the Jim Marshall Invitational on Saturday morning.

The Indian girls took sixth in the final team standings of the large school division and the boys placed ninth respectively.

"Osage 'CC' accepted the challenges of a very hilly course," Osage coach Miriam Hill stated. "Almost all of the runners 'PR'd' (set personal records) on this course by over a minute."

Osage’s Micah Hill medaled for the Indians with an 11th place finish at a time of 21:36. Sarah Wolf placed 32nd with a time of 23:12, Nevaeh Henley finished right behind her at 33rd (23:47), Karlie Minnehan 37th (24:05), Sarah Porter 47th (25:17), Megan Douglas 52nd (26:16) and Reagan Page 57th (28:18).

Meanwhile, Derrick Puckett led the Osage boys with a 25th place finish at a time of 18:44. Payton Bartlett took 32nd (18:57), Chase Grosvenor 51st (20:14), Steven Crosby 58th (20:49), Micah Lehenbauer 60th (20:54), Aaron Otto 64th (22:08) and Mitchell Turner 66th (22:40).

For Versailles, Kendall Reger paced the Tiger boys finishing 8th in the small school division at 18:23 to help the team finish sixth in the overall team standings. 

"That is a great way to kick off his senior season," Versailles coach Laura Piercy pointed out.

Colbey finished 24th with a time of 19:30 and Ricky Zago took 30th at 19:59. Cylan Burns (20:54) and Trent Hyman (22:12) finished out the varsity runners.

Keely Gustafson was the lone varsity girls’ runner and finished 10th at 23:40 respectively.

The Indians and Tigers will be back in action on September 9th with a meet at Linn starting at 9 a.m.