Eldon tops Versailles

Eldon took a trip down Highway 52 to Versailles Tuesday night and the Mustangs took care of business on the road with a 63-27 win over the Tigers.

Macie Halderman put up another double-double as she knocked down 27 points and collected 12 rebounds to lead the Mustangs while adding five steals and four assists. Taylor Henderson also nearly accomplished the feat with nine points and eight rebounds while Kassidy Hull also knocked down nine points and Kayleigh Fike put up six points respectively.

Versailles stats were unavailable at the time of press.

Eldon (6-11, 1-1 Tri-County Conference) will visit California on Thursday at 6 p.m. Versailles (1-16, 0-3 Tri-County Conference) will host Osage on Thursday at 6 p.m.

Osage takes down Warsaw

Osage hosted Warsaw Monday night in Tri-County Conference action and the Indians dispatched the Wildcats by a final score of 66-37.

Osage led just 19-12 after the first quarter, but a 15-4 run in the second gave the Indians more of a comfortable 34-16 lead by halftime and they did not relinquish it the rest of the way.

“I do think that a key to keeping us ahead and extending the lead was our defense. Our press bothered Warsaw and we got some transition points,” Osage coach Scott Rowland said. “When we switched to full court man, it also seemed to rush them a bit and we limited their possessions.”

Rose Colonius paced Osage with 18 points and seven assists, Sara Wolf finished with 13 points, Kerrigan Gamm knocked down 10, Payton Good added eight and Karli Kempf put up seven.

“I was pleased with the way everyone played. I thought that we ran offense well and got good looks,” Rowland noted. “They did not always go in, but getting the shot is the most important thing. It was a good win for us in conference.”

Osage (16-4, 2-1 Tri-County Conference) will visit Versailles on Thursday at 6 p.m.

Camdenton comes up short at Kickapoo

Camdenton visited Kickapoo in an Ozark Conference battle for first place Monday night and the Lakers fell just short in a 76-69 overtime defeat.

“I felt like we played hard and aggressive and we just landed short of the win,” Camdenton coach Staci Caffey said.

Coley Rezabek and Natalie Basham both knocked down 16 points for the Lakers, Abbie Miller added 12 and Megan Vest contributed 11.

Camdenton (13-5, 3-1 Ozark Conference) will be back on the road again Thursday night when the Lakers take on Glendale at 7 p.m.