Girls Basketball Roundup: Camdenton, Osage and Versailles

Michael Losch
Lake Sun Leader
Camdenton's Payton Kincaid.

Camdenton falls at Lebanon

Camdenton went down Highway 5 to face rival Lebanon Thursday night and the hometown Yellowjackets outlasted the Lakers 70-58.

Payton Kincaid led Camdenton with 27 points to go with five rebounds, Charlotte Kurtz added 11 points and four rebounds and mya Hulett finished with eight points and four assists.

Camdenton (5-6, 1-1 Ozark Conference) will tip of the 28th Annual Gary Keeling Lady Liberator Tournament in Bolivar  next week against Willard (12-1) on Wednesday at 6 p.m.

Osage picks up win at Iberia

Osage made a short trip down Highway 42 to take on Iberia Thursday night where the Indians secured a 46-30 win over the Rangers.

Osage held a slim 25-20 lead at halftime, but a strong run in the third quarter provided the Indians with a 37-25 cushion to start the fourth quarter.

"We only turned the ball over 12 times and had a strong defensive game so hopefully those are some positives to build on moving forward," Osage coach Scott Rowland said.

Sara Wolf led the Indians with 26 points and added seven rebounds while Reese Good finished with nine points and three assists. Paige Rowland added two points to go with six steals and five assis

Osage (6-6, 0-1 Tri-County Conference) will host its own tournament next week, starting with a game against Plato (3-10) on Monday.

Versailles drops conference opener at Boonville

Versailles began the Tri-County Conference portion of its schedule at Boonville Thursday night and the Pirates did not make it a pleasant start in a 70-12 win over the Tigers.

Versailles (4-9, 0-1 Tri-County Conference) will host Southern Boone on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.

Michael Losch is the Sports Editor at the Lake Sun. He can be reached at or 573-346-2132