Osage welcomed Stover to the court Tuesday night and the Indians were able to take care of business in two sets by final scores of 25-13 and 25-19.
Carson Wood paced the attack with seven kills and Karli Kempf contributed six.
“Last night’s game was too close for my comfort,” Osage coach Travis Squire said after his team initially took a 21-3 lead in the first set. “Stover continued to play tough in the second set as our teams played point-for-point to 19-19, at which point we pushed through to a strong finish. Our girls were too slow transitioning on the floor and we will be looking to make improvements in this area Thursday against Blair Oaks- our first, and likely toughest conference game.”
Osage (2-0) will host the Falcons at 5:30 p.m.