Camdenton falls to Kickapoo, Osage takes down Eugene and Versailles topples Russellville

Camdenton drops battle to Kickapoo in two sets

Camdenton hosted Ozark Conference foe Kickapoo Thursday night and the Chiefs made it a tough night for the Lakers as they topped their hosts in two sets, 25-22 and 25-19.

Camdenton's Natalie Basham led the Laker offense with seven kills while Megan Vest turned in five and Payton Kincaid added three. Shelby Kurtz recorded two service aces and Lizzie Miller fueled the attack with seven assists. On the defensive end, Kurtz recorded five blocks while Olivia Whittle put up four and Basham finished with three.

Camdenton (4-2, 1-1 Ozark Conference) will be in tournament action at Hillcrest on Saturday before hosting Southern Boone on Monday at 4:30 p.m.

Osage takes down Eugene

School of the Osage hosted Eugene Thursday night and sent the Eagles home with a two-set defeat by final scores of 25-12 and 25-15. It was a nice rebound for the Indians after two straight losses to Camdenton and Waynesville.

Carson Wood led Osage with eight kills and five service aces while Karli Kempf turned in five kills of her own. Defensively, Emily Dulle turned in a solid night with a 2.0 passing average out of a perfect three and eight total digs.

"Our team had 20 total kills in two sets with only four hitting errors," Osage coach Travis Squire noted. "That is a good night of offense for Osage."

The Indians (4-4, 1-1 Tri-County Conference) will take a trip to Buffalo on Monday at 5 p.m.

Versailles cruises by Russellville

Versailles played host to Russellville Thursday night and the Tigers had little trouble taking care of the Indians as they won in two sets, 25-17 and 25-4.

Emma Geier recorded three kills for Versailles, Kylie Viebrock turned in six service aces and Kellan Boehm complimented the offense with seven assists. Taralee Edgar recorded four digs on the defensive end and the trio of Gracie Hamrick, Hannah Whan and Sara Vogt each recorded a block.

Versailles (4-2, 1-1 Tri-County Conference) hosts Cole Camp on Monday at 6 p.m.