Versailles topples Tipton

Versailles was on the road at Tipton on Thursday and it was a good night for the Tigers as they came home with a win in two sets by final scores of 25-18 and 25-23.

Kylie Viebrock led the Versailles attack with six kills and also paced the offense with eight assists while Taralee Edgar and Kellan Boehm contributed two aces. Defensively, the Tigers were led by Edgar who recorded six digs and a block while Hannah Whan also added a block.

Versailles (1-1) will visit Osage on Thursday at 5 p.m.

Osage drops conference opener to Blair Oaks

Osage hosted Tri-County Conference foe Blair Oaks on Thursday and it was a tough start to the conference slate for the Indians as they fell in two sets, 25-23 and 25-18.

Osage held a slim 23-22 lead in the first set, but could not find a way to close it out and a 21-12 disadvantage in the second proved too tall of a mountain to climb.

"The match was a hard-fought battle from beginning to end," Osage coach Travis Squire said. "Our girls played an amazing game overall and played hard all night, but we came up short of the win."

Seniors Karli Kempf and Carson Wood led the Indians with five kills each offensively while Caitlyne Vaughn had a 2.5 average out of three on serve receive passing and Emily Dulle put up a 2.17 respectively.

"We had 93 percent serving on the night and an excellent passing rating, but Blair Oaks' offense proved stronger and they adapted faster than we did on the floor," Squire noted.

Osage (2-1, 0-1 Tri-County Conference) visits Cole Camp on Tuesday at 5 p.m.

Camdenton picks up road win at Columbia Rock Bridge

Camdenton found itself in its third straight three-set battle Thursday night at Rock Bridge and the Lakers found a way to prevail over the Bruins.

The Lakers took took the first set 25-20, dropped the second 25-23 and bounced back 25-19 win in the finale.

Senior Natalie Basham led the way with 16 kills while sophomore Syndey Smith added nine and senior Sabrina Seschnol contributed seven respectively. Smith also put up 20 assists to fuel the attack while senior Lizzie Miller added eight of her own.

On the defensive end, junior Shelby Kurtz led the way with 14 digs and Basham recorded eight while senior Lauryn Hulett and Seschnol contributed two blocks each.

Camdenton (2-1) will open Ozark Conference play at West Plains on Thursday at 5:30 p.m.