Camdenton takes down West Plains in Ozark Conference battle

The Camdenton girls’ basketball team hosted West Plains Monday night and took care of the Zizzers with a 58-48 win.

Coley Rezabek paced the Lakers with 17 points, Kylie Meier finished with 16 and Abbie Miller also had a productive night with six points, four assists and four steals.    "Abbie has really stepped up this season and is playing very well for us," Camdenton coach Staci Caffey said.   "It was our second game of having everyone on the court and that always feels good to have, but unfortunately we only had that for the first half with Natalie Basham hurting her ankle again. She has struggled with this ankle since early in the season and it just continues to keep her from playing to her full potential and getting on the court," Caffey added of the junior. "She had six points and six deflections in the first half and it is definitely a game-changer when we have her on the court."

The Lakers improved to 9-4 and will visit Joplin on Thursday at 7 p.m.

Osage cruises by Hallsville

The Osage girls’ basketball team took knocked off visiting Hallsville 57-28 Monday night.

Rose Colonius and Carson Wood led the Indians with 11 points while Kenzi King finished with 10.

Osage (9-2) will visit Buffalo on Friday at 6 p.m.

Versailles falls to Iberia

The Versailles girls’ basketball team came up short in a 60-50 loss to visiting Iberia Monday night.

The Tigers (0-11) were scheduled to take a trip to Jamestown on Tuesday and will return to the court for the Osage Invitational, which starts on January 15.

Macks Creek advances to Skyline Tournament semifinals

The Macks Creek girls’ basketball team opened up Skyline Tournament play with a 54-41 win over Halfway on Saturday.

Macks Creek (7-4) was scheduled to take on Fair Grove in the semifinals on Tuesday night and will either play in the third place game on Friday at 6:30 p.m., or the championship on Friday at 8 p.m.

Climax Springs drops first round game to Skyline in Skyline Tournament

The Climax Springs girls’ basketball team fell 72-12 to top-seeded Skyline in the first round of the Skyline Tournament on Saturday.

The Cougars will take on Warsaw Wednesday in the consolation semifinals at 4:30 p.m.