Osage falls at Cole Camp, Eldon drops game to Fatima, Versailles unable to keep pace with Eugene and Climax Springs takes down Laquey
Osage falls at Cole Camp
School of the Osage tipped off the season at Cole Camp on Tuesday and came home with a 47-39 defeat.
The Indians started off well, running out to a 17-2 lead to start the game. However, the offense soon went cold, only scoring 22 points the rest of the way. After shooting 7-12 in the first quarter, Osage finished 14-57 from the field overall.
Logan Havner paced the Indians with 18 points and Dylan Long added 12.
Osage (0-1) is scheduled to play in the Tri-County Conference Tournament at Versailles this week.
Eldon drops game to Fatima
Eldon visited Fatma on Tuesday and came up a few points short in a 58-52 loss to the Comets.
“They fought hard the entire way,” Eldon coach Corey Casey said. “Proud of their effort.”
Logan Hall led Eldon with 16 points, Collin Tamm added 13, Clayton Moore put in 12 and Aidan Wells finished with nine points of his own.
Eldon (0-2) is scheduled to play in the Tri-County Conference Tournament at Versailles this week.
Versailles unable to keep pace with Eugene
Versailles took on Eugene in the season opener on Tuesday and the Tigers were unable to match the Eagles in a 96-86 loss.
Coby Williams had a big night for the Tigers with 43 points and six assists while Jordan Williams added 12 points and Eli Gulyayev finished with eight.
Versailles (0-1) is scheduled to host the Tri-County Conference Tournament this week.
Climax Springs takes down Laquey
Climax Springs took on Laquey on Tuesday and beat the Hornets in convincing fashion by a final score of 56-22.
A total of 30 forced turnovers may have helped Climax Springs achieve that. Mark Henderson led the Cougars with 13 points to go with five assists and steals. Cole Smith and Matt Henderson added nine points each to fuel the win as well.
"It was nice to get the win and we are looking forward to our next matchup," Climax Springs coach James Butterfield said.
Climax Springs (1-1) will visit Stover on December 3.