Versailles downs Russellville

Versailles hit the road Thursday night for a battle at Russellville and the Tigers came home with a two-set win by final scores of 25-15 and 25-21. 

Taralee Edgar had seven kills and three aces to pace the Tiger offense and Hope Heimsoth also put up a few quick points with three aces of her own. Brooke Edgar fueled the attack with seven assists respectively. 

Meanwhile, Brooke and Bri Hendrix put up a block each defensively while Joy Bias kept the opponents at bay with seven digs. 

Coach Jessica Ollison was pleased with the win, but note that there is always work to be done.

"Unforced errors were an issue for us again tonight. Missed serves and attack errors accounted for the majority of our 27 unforced errors," the coach said. "We continue to work on consistency and focus in practice to get a handle on those numbers."

Versailles (5-2) will be in tournament action on Saturday at Fulton. 

Eldon cruises by Stover 

Eldon had no trouble dispatching the Bulldogs of Stover on Thursday nigh with a two-set win. The Mustangs won by final scores of 25-12 and 25-8. 

Grace Baucom was a force at the net with 10 kills to lead the Mustangs and she also put up eight assists while Leah Stichler set up her teammates with 13 assists of her own. Eldon also put up 11 aces to fuel the attack. 

On the defensive end, Dakota Graham and Stichler led the team with six digs each while Camryn Mueller, Addie Davis and Bailey Farris put up four digs each. 

Eldon (4-3) will be in tournament action Saturday at Fulton.

Camdenton takes tough road loss at Kickapoo

It was a tough night for Camdenton as the Lakers visited Kickapoo for Ozark Conference action on Thursday. 

The Lakers fell in two sets to the Chiefs by final scores of 25-13 and 25-12. 

Up next is the Hillcrest Tournament on Saturday where Camdenton (1-4) will look to rack up a few more wins for the season total. 

This story will be updated with stats as soon as they may become available

Osage defends home court over Waynesville

School of the Osage protected home court Tuesday night with a two-set win over the Tigers of Waynesville. 

The Indians took set No. 1 by a final score of 25-14 and closed it out with a 25-23 win in set No. 2 

Osage went on to visit Eugene Thursday night where the Indians also won again in two sets by final scores of 25-12 and 28-26. 

Up next for Osage (7-1) is a trip to Buffalo on Monday at 5 p.m.

This story will be updated with stats as soon as they may become available