Osage falls in three sets to Hallsville, Camdenton sweeps Springfield Central and Versailles falls at Clinton
Osage falls in three sets to Hallsville
Osage hosted Hallsville in Tri-County Conference action Thursday night and the Indians came up a few points short after three sets (26-24, 22-25, 21-25).
Sara Wolf led Osage with 10 kills and two aces and Alisa Boswell, Elizabeth Groos and Carly Hambly finished the night with four kills each. Paige Rowland added 23 of the team's 25 total assists to keep the Indians in it as well. Defensively, Wolf led the way with 20 digs, Caitlyne Vaughn added 19, Grace Otto finished with 11, Emily Dulle contributed nine, Rowland added seven and Emily Steen recorded six. Boswell led Osage with three blocks and Wolf had two.
Osage (8-8-2, 2-2 Tri-County Conference) visits Bolivar on Monday.
Camdenton sweeps Springfield Central
Camdenton hosted Ozark Conference foe Springfield Central Thursday night and the Lakers notched a conference win for the resume by downing the Bulldogs in two sets (25-10, 25-13).
The Lakers (18-9-3, 4-1 Ozark Conference) hosts Waynesville on Tuesday for another conference clash.
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Versailles falls at Clinton
Versailles was on the road Thursday night in Clinton and the Tigers were sent home with a tough defeat in two sets (14-25, 23-25).
"We fought hard and played much better in the second set, but it just was not enough to bring it to three," Versailels coach Jessica Ollison said. "I really feel like the momentum had shifted and if we had been able to pull out the win in the second set, we could have taken the third as well."
Kylie Viebrock posted two aces, three kills and seven assists for the Tigers, Sara Vogt had a block, Emma Geier and Adaya Comer added three kills each and Gracie Hamrick posted 15 digs.
Versailles (2-17-1, 0-4 Tri-County Conference) hosts Southern Boone on Monday.