Camdenton drops first round game in Phog Allen Classic, Osage falls in consolation semifinals of Tri-County Tournament and Eldon tops Versailles in consolation semifinals of Tri-County Tournament

Camdenton falls to Truman in first round of Phog Allen Classic

Camdenton opened its season in the Queen City of the Trails Thursday night as it took on Truman in the first round of the Phog Allen Classic in Independence.

It proved to be a tough start for the Lakers as they fell to the Patriots 75-64 in first round action. The Lakers (0-1) were scheduled to take on Father Tolton in the next round on Friday night at 5:30 p.m.

Osage unable to top California in Tri-County Tournament

School of the Osage went to battle with California in the consolation semifinals of the Tri-County Conference Tournament Thursday night at Southern Boone and the seventh-seeded Indians fell to the No. 6 Pintos 74-39.

Osage took an early 14-10 first quarter lead, but California came back strong in the second quarter to take a 39-26 lead by halftime.

"California did a good job of turning up the pressure and taking us out of our game and rhythm," Osage coach Aaron Shockley said. "They scored 56 points in the second and third quarters compared to our 20."

Dalton Depeé led Osage with 11 points, Logan Havner dropped in eight and Trey Rassenfoss knocked down seven respectively.

Osage (0-3) will take on No. 8 Eldon in the seventh place game on Friday at 6 p.m.

Versailles takes down Eldon in Tri-County Tournament

Versailles matched up with Highway 52 neighbor Eldon in the consolation semifinals of the Tri-County Conference Tournament Thursday night at Southern Boone and the fourth-seeded Tigers topped the No. 8 Mustangs 66-46. 

The game also featured the 1,000th point of Versailles junior Coby Williams' career.

The Tigers (1-2) will meet No. 6 California in the fifth place game on Friday at 9 p.m. Meanwhile, Eldon (1-3) will face its rival No. 7 Osage in the seventh place game on the same night at 6 p.m.