School of the Osage found a way on Saturday morning at Capital City.

School of the Osage found a way on Saturday morning at Capital City.

The Indians entered the Class 4 District 10 Tournament as the fifth seed against No. 4 Marshall in a rematch of last year’s district championship and it was a thriller as Osage survived and advanced to the semifinals with a 43-41 win.

“This was a very good win for this group against a quality opponent. It got them to double digits in victories and to the semifinals,” Osage coach Scott Rowland said.

After Marshall tied the game on a 3-pointer with under a minute left to go, Osage sought to take the final shot in the remaining 30 seconds. A Marshall foul with nine seconds left put Reese Good on the free throw line and a tipped rebound on the miss by Ella DeMott to Sara Wolf allowed Wolf to put in the game-winning shot. With a foul left to spare, Paige Rowland committed a foul with 0.5 seconds left and Alisa Boswell secured a steal to seal it.

Wolf led Osage with 22 points, DeMott scored nine and Good finished with five.

Osage (10-14) was scheduled to meet top seed Boonville (19-5) in the semifinals Monday at 7 p.m. A win lands the Indians in the title game on Thursday at 5:30 p.m.