Osage shut down by Southern Boone and Camdenton outlasts Marshfield in season opener

Osage shut down by Southern Boone

Osage made a visit to Southern Boone Tuesday night and it was a tough trip for the Indians as they fell 8-0.

“We gave them our best but could not keep pace. We started the game without senior midfielder Zach Deibel who plays a big part in the center of the pitch,” Osage coach Jason Long said. “This season is proving to be a test for our team, but I still believe the strength of our schedule will pay off in the long run.”

Osage had six shots, but the midfield possession battle was crucial and the Eagles took advantage.

“When we started playing more direct and finding space behind their defense we put pressure on their keeper,” Long said.

“Southern Boone switched the field with precision and were able to number our defensive line which resulted n a lot of goal scoring opportunities.”

Osage (0-4) visits Helias on Saturday at 10:30 a.m.

Camdenton outlasts Marshfield in season opener

Camdenton opened up its season against Marshfield Tuesday night and the Lakers were able to secure a 2-1 win. Camdenton (1-0) hosts Fatima Thursday night at 5 p.m.