Osage boys' soccer blanks Stover
Osage visited Stover on Thursday and the Indians did not make their stay pleasant for their hosts as they took down the Bulldogs 10-0.
"Osage is starting to fire on all cylinders as they find their footing in the 2018 season," Osage coach Jason Long said. "There is plenty of praise to go around as both the varsity and junior varsity brought home a win."
Osage poured 26 shots on the opponents with 14 being on target.
Osage juniors Garrett Long and Layton Jennings scored three goals each to pace the Indians and both added an assist as well. Meanwhile, freshman Ethan Ford scored two goals and both juniors Zach Deibel and Robert Colonius found the back of the net as well. Deibel also had three assists while Ethan Kuscik put up two and Tristan Satterlee and Anthony Alberti added one each.
On the defensive side, keeper Parker Jett only had to make two saves while earning his third clean sheet of the year.
Camdenton picks up win at Bolivar
Camdenton made a productive road trip to Bolivar on Thursday where the Lakers topped the Liberators 3-1. Camdenton (2-2, 0-1 Ozark Conference) will be back on the road Tuesday for a conference battle with Glendale at 5 p.m.