Osage Indians, Eldon Mustangs and Camdenton Lakers

Osage and Eldon split tri-dual

School of the Osage hosted their Highway 54 neighbor Eldon and Blair Oaks on the wrestling mat Tuesday night in a Tri-County Conference tri-dual battle.

The Indians and Mustangs split the tri-dual with Osage earning a hard-fought 34-33 win over Blair Oaks while Eldon toppled Osage 48-29 and fell to Blair Oaks 37-32.

Kody Dowell began the night for Osage and stayed undefeated with a pin and forfeit win in the 106-pound class. Tristan Satterlee (113) won a pin. Steven Crosby (120) beat both of his opponents with a 7-2 decision and pin. Hayden Carlson (126) did the same with a 14-6 major decision and pin. Austin Magnuson (145) won an 8-2 decision and a 15-0 technical fall shutout. Kaleb Dodson (152) earned a pin and Ian Schaumburg (285) pinned both of his opponents.

Eldon’s Shane Strickland (106) came home with a forfeit victory. Isaiah Simmons (113) pinned both opponents. Edward Wester (132) won a 12-1 major decision. Nathan Sullivan (138) earned a pin. Alexxander Strickland (152) won an 8-5 decision. Trenton Dillon (160) stayed undefeated with a 25-10 technical fall and a pin. Dawson Brandt (170) did the same with two pins. Bobby Harkness (182) won a 16-1 technical fall. Trenton Kidwell (195) earned a pin and forfeit. John Schoenfeld (220) took a pin and Scott Johnson (285) won a 5-0 decision.

Osage will host Boonville Thursday night at 6 p.m., and Eldon will host Helias Catholic, Marshall and Versailles in a quad Thursday at 5:30 p.m.

Camdenton grapplers sweep dual with Kickapoo and Logan-Rogersville

Camdenton took on Logan-Rogersville and host Kickapoo in a tri-dual battle on Tuesday and it was a good night for the Lakers who beat the Wildcats 38-33 and Chiefs 56-24.

Jacob Fuglsang put the Lakers on the board with two pins in the 113-pound class. Ryan Rothove (120) picked up a forfeit victory. Reese Negri (1216) won a 15-0 technical fall shutout and a forfeit. Gabe Blain (132) won a 10-6 decision and forfeit. Keegan Darby (138) earned a pin. Winton Neal (145) also earned a pin. Zion Vasquez (152) took down both of his opponents with pins. Blake Lapine (160) came home with a pin. Jesus Ramirez (170) won a 19-2 technical fall and a pin. Mason Tibben (182) picked up two pins. Last but certainly not least, Alex Jimenez won a hard-fought 6-5 decision.

Camdenton will look to maintain their momentum with a visit to Waynesville in an Ozark Conference battle Friday night at 5 p.m.