Camdenton tops Waynesville, Eldon falls to El Dorado Springs and Versailles drops three-set battle at Boonville

Camdenton tops Waynesville

Camdenton took a road trip to Waynesville Tuesday night and the Lakers made it a good one as they topped the Tigers in two sets (25-15, 25-16).

Payton Kincaid paced the Lakers offensively with six kills, Natalie Basham added five and Lauryn Hulett finished with four while three other Lakers added three kills each. Basham also had three service aces and Sydney Smith fueled the attack with 10 assists. The Laker defense was led by Shelby Kurtz's nine digs and Basham recorded eight while Kincaid put up four.

Camdenton (14-12, 4-2 Ozark Conference) will visit rival Lebanon on Thursday at 4:30 p.m.

Eldon falls to El Dorado Springs

Eldon hosted the Bulldogs of El Dorado Springs on Tuesday and the visitors came away with a two-set win over the Mustangs (25-18, 25-22).

After a first-round exit at the 36th Annual Eldon Tournament on Saturday, Eldon bounced back with a two-set win over Stover on Monday but El Dorado Springs did not let that become a trend.

Dakota Graham and Isabelle Snelling led Eldon with four kills each and Addie Davis had three of her own to go with two service aces. Davis also led the team with six assists while Tatum Frank finished with five and Taylor Henderson recorded three. On the defensive end, Graham finished with 13 digs and Davis had eight while Snelling put up three blocks while Graham recorded two.

Eldon (11-8, 2-4 Tri-County Conference) will be in action this weekend at the Versailles Tournament on Saturday.

Versailles drops three-set battle at Boonville

Versailles visited conference newcomer Boonville on Tuesday and the newest members of the Tri-County Conference sent the Tigers home with a three-set defeat (13-25, 25-16, 13-25.)

Carrie Hoffa recorded eight kills to pace the Versailles offense and Kellan Boehm finished with 11 assists while Isabella Edgar, Taralee Edgar and Kylie Viebrock recorded a service ace each. Defensively, Taralee put up 34 digs to keep her team fighting.

Versailles (7-13-2, 1-5 Tri-County Conference) will be back in tournament action on Saturday when the Tigers host the Versailles Invitational.