Osage found some offensive rhythm Thursday night in a road battle at Clinton.

Osage found some offensive rhythm Thursday night in a road battle at Clinton.

With Robert Colonius creating scoring chances with runs through the middle of the pitch, the Indians were able to knock in three goals for a 3-1 win. 

Colonius scored one of those goals and was joined by Nate Evans and Ethan Ford. Colonius also had an assist along with Ethan Kuscik and Ford. Despite being outshot 17-7, Garrett Long managed to slow down Clinton's attack at keeper allowing just one early goal in the first half.

"Our defense is balanced and our backs and keeper are communicating and playing with confidence, which is keeping us in the fight," Osage coach Jason Long noted. 

Osage (10-10) hosts Laquey on Thursday for Senior Night at 5 p.m.