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OMS Leaders of the Month

Congratulations to the OMS Leaders of the month for April!

Summer Food Service Program

The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) helps kids get the nutrition they need when school is out. This summer, a nutritious breakfast and lunch will be offered to all children and teens, ages 0-18 years old for FREE (even those not attending summer school)!

 School of the Osage Announces new Middle School Science Teacher

School of the Osage is proud to announce the hiring of Ms. Julie Post as Middle School Science Teacher.  Ms. Post is currently a Middle School/High School Science Teacher in the Morgan County R-1 School District in Stover, Missouri.  Prior to teaching at Morgan County R-1, she taught Middle School Science in Crystal Lake, Illinois for 17 years.

Ms. Post is a graduate of Crystal Lake South High School in Crystal Lake, Illinois. Ms. Post received her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology/Chemistry from Elmhurst College and her Master’s Degree in Secondary Education from Roosevelt University.

Districts: Osage vs Stover

 

Osage:

Goal: Time: 1stHalf 3:09 Chance Estrada assisted by Nevaeh Henley

Goal: Time: 2ndHalf 39:32 Chance Estrada assisted by Demie Cobb

Osage Shots on Goal: 13

Keeper: Payton Good, Saves: 12

 

Stover:

Goal: Time: 1stHalf, 22:28, 14:24 

Goal: Time:  2ndHalf, 36:40

Late Score Costs Osage Against Eldon

The Indians lost the lead late in a 5-4 defeat to Eldon on Friday. Eldon trailed 4-3 in the top of the sixth inning when Charlie Mays homered on a 2-0 count, scoring two runs.

Osage got on the board in the first inning when Trey Rassenfoss singled on a 2-2 count, scoring Braden McLaughlin who doubled.

The Indians tallied three runs in the third inning. Rassenfoss and Andrew Bryant each had RBIs in the big inning to give Osage a 4-0 lead.

Fisher Snelling was on the pitcher's mound for Eldon. He lasted five innings, allowing four hits and four runs while striking out four and walking one.

Dalton Depee toed the rubber for the Indians. He surrendered five runs on four hits over six innings, striking out two. Michael Lasater threw one inning out of the bullpen.

Rassenfoss went 2-for-4 at the plate to lead the Indians in hits.

Osage finishes their year with a 10-12 record.

Osage vs Rolla

 

Osage:

Goal: Time: 2ndHalf 18:37 Chance Estrada assisted by Yamili Lara-Fuentes

Osage Shots on Goal: 9

Keeper: Payton Good, Saves: 26

 

Boonville:

Goal: Time: 1stHalf, 32:25, 19:17, 8:19 

Goal: Time:  2ndHalf, 38:50, 22:04, 11:12, 9:28, 8:35, 6:11

 

 

Next Games:

M-W   05/13-15/19     Districts                     

            Mon                Stover                         6:45pm

            Wed                TBA                            6:00pm

Osage vs Boonville

            

Osage:

Goal:  0

Osage Shots on Goal: 12

Keeper: Payton Good, Saves: 20

 

Boonville:

Goal: Time: 1stHalf, 36:57, 8:23 

Goal: Time:  2ndHalf, 30:40, 

 

 

Next Games:

Thurs05/09/19          @Rolla                       5:00 pm

M-W   05/13-15/19     Districts                     

            Mon                Stover                         6:45pm

            Wed                TBA                            6:00pm

Osage vs Southern Boone

 

Osage:

Goal:  Time:  1stHalf, 25:18, Chance Estrada assisted by Emily Kostuke

Osage Shots on Goal: 5

Keeper: Payton Good, Saves: 29

 

Southern Boone:

Goal: Time: 1stHalf, 38:07, 31:13, 21:59, 16:04 

Goal: Time:  2ndHalf, 39:42, 28:54, 24:55, 14:07, 13:43

 

 

Next Games:

Wed    05/08/19          @Boonville                 5:00pm           

Thurs05/09/19          @Rolla                       5:00 pm

M-W   05/18/19          Districts                     

            Mon                Stover                         6:45pm

            Wed                TBA                            6:00pm

Osage Can't Catch Up To Blair Oaks

Osage fell behind early and couldn't come back in an 11-1 loss to Blair Oaks on Friday. Blair Oaks scored on a walk by Kameron Morriss and a single by Reid Dindenhoeffer in the first inning.  In the second they would add two more off a single and two errors. 

Blair Oaks scored five runs in the fourth inning. Blair Oaks batters contributing to the big inning included Parker Bax, Dindenhoeffer, Jacob Stegemann, and Lane Libbert, who each had RBIs in the inning.

Jacob Radman led things off on the mound for Blair Oaks. He surrendered one run on three hits over five innings, striking out six and walking one.

Trey Rassenfoss started the game for Osage. He went three innings, allowing six runs on six hits, striking out two and walking one. Braden McLaughlin threw one inning out of the bullpen.

James Hutchcraft, Michael Lasater, and Aaron Hancock all had one hit to lead the Indians.

Osage vs Clinton

 

Osage:

Goal:  Time:  1stHalf, 25:18, Chance Estrada assisted by Emma Koeppen

Goal:  Time:  2ndHalf, 19:29, Chance Estrada assisted by Jimena Sanchez-Marin

Osage Shots on Goal: 8

Keeper: Payton Good, Saves: 24

 

Clinton:

Goal: 0

 

 

 

Next Games:

Mon    05/06/19          Southern Boone        5:00 pm          

Wed    05/08/19          @Boonville                 5:00pm           

Thurs05/09/19          @Rolla                       5:00 pm

Boonville Captures Lead Early To Defeat the Indians

 

Osage fell behind early and couldn't come back in a 3-0 loss to Boonville on Monday.

The pitching was strong on both sides. Boonville pitchers struck out 11, while Osage sat down five.

Boonville got things started in the first inning when Dylan Watson would double, advance to third on a single and score on a wild pitch giving them the early 1-0 lead.  That score would stand until the sixth inning when Boonville would score 2 runs off of 3 hits.

Reece Lang led things off on the hill for Boonville. He allowed five hits and zero runs over seven innings, striking out 11 and walking zero.

Rassenfoss toed the rubber for the Indians. He surrendered three runs on seven hits over six innings, striking out five.

Adrew Bryant went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Osage in hits.  He doubled in the fourth and singled in the sixth.

Osage Nabs Win Over New Bloomfield in Russellville Tournament

 

Osage opened up scoring in the first inning, Braden Mclaughlin would score from third off an error and Andrew Bryant singled on a 1-2 count, scoring Elijah Stark.  Bryant and James Hutchcraft would score off an error and Brockton Mclaughlin would score off an RBI single from Aaron Hancock giving the Indians an early 5-0 lead.

Osage notched six runs in the third inning. The Indian’s big bats were led by Aaron Hancock, Trey Rassenfoss, and Bryant, all sending runners across the plate with RBIs in the inning.

Dalton Depee got the start for Osage. He went five innings, allowing five runs on eight hits and striking out five.

The Indians tallied one home run on the day. Depee went yard in the sixth inning.

Osage racked up 12 hits. Depee, Braden McLaughlin, Bryant, Hancock, and Brockton McLaughlin all collected multiple.

Camdenton/Osage Tournament

 

04/26-27/19                 Cam/Osage Tourney 

            Fr                    Osage vs Carl Junction.  Lost 0-1               

Osage:

Goal: 0

Osage Shots on Goal: 13

Keeper: Payton Good, Saves: 15

 

Carl Junction:

Goal:  Time:  1stHalf, 26:37

 

            Sat                  Osage vs Kirksville. Lost 0-5

Osage:

Goal: 0

Osage Shots on Goal: 10

Keeper: Payton Good, Saves: 13

 

Kirksville:

Goal:  Time:  1stHalf, 23:10, 22:45, 5:23; 2ndHalf, 9:10, 1:41

 

            Sat                  Osage vs Warrensburg. Lost 0-2     

Osage:

Goal: 0

Osage Shots on Goal: 6

Keeper: Payton Good, Saves: 17

 

Warrensburg:

Goal:  Time:  1stHalf, 10:31, 7:00

 

Next Games:

Tue     04/30/19          Fulton                         5:00 pm          

Thurs05/02/19          @Clinton                   5:00pm           

Mon    05/06/19          Southern Boone        5:00 pm          

Wed    05/08/19          @Boonville                 5:00pm           

Thurs05/09/19          @Rolla                       5:00 pm

Osage Can't Catch Up To Union

 

Osage watched the game slip away early and couldn't recover in a 15-5 loss to Union on Friday.

Trey Rassenfoss drove in four runners in the loss. Rassenfoss drove in runs on a home run in the third and the fifth.

Bruner toed the rubber for Union. He lasted five innings, allowing six hits and five runs while striking out six.

Rassenfoss led things off on the mound for the Indians. He allowed seven hits and six runs over one and two-thirds innings, striking out two and walking one. Robert Custer and Braden McLaughlin entered the game from the bullpen, throwing one and two-thirds innings and one and one-third innings respectively.

Osage Stymied By Russellville, Lose 22-2

 

Osage couldn't keep up with Russellville and fell 22-2 on Friday.

Braden Hickey led things off on the hill for Russellville. He allowed four hits and two runs over three innings, striking out three.

Michael Lasater was on the mound for the Indians. He lasted one-third of an inning, allowing four hits and five runs while walking one. James Hutchcraft, Braden McLaughlin, and Robert Custer each contributed in relief for Osage.

Lasater, Trey Rassenfoss, Andrew Bryant, and Custer each collected one hit to lead the Indians.

Osage Blows Away Buffalo By Ten Runs

 

Osage had no trouble on offense today, winning big over Buffalo 13-3

The Indians got on the board in the first inning when Andrew Bryant tripled on a 3-2 count, scoring one run.  He would also double in the third with an RBI.

Osage tallied five runs in the fourth inning. The big bats were led by Dalton Depee, and Braden McLaughlin, who each had RBIs in the inning.  The Indians would score five runs off of two hits, two errors, and a walk.  At the end of the inning they would lead 8-1.

They would tack on two in the fifth inning with RBIs from Depee and Michael Lasater.  In the sixth they would add three with an RBI from Lasater and two RBIs from Mclaughlin.

Depee led things off on the pitcher's mound for Osage earning the win. He allowed four hits and one run over five innings, striking out five and walking zero.

The Indians had nine hits in the game. Bryant and Elijah Stark each racked up multiple hits.  Osage didn't commit a single error in the field. 

Osage Grown: Plants for sale!

Calling all gardeners! Osage Grown is back and better than ever!

Students of a Tribe Time class at Osage Middle School have been hard at work the past couple of months raising plants to sell to community members. This is the second year of the plant sales, with funds from last year’s sale used to fund a student-run greenhouse.

Students supervised by OMS science teacher Chris Gump will be selling their plants to the public on Friday, April 26; and again on May 2, 3 & 9. All sales take place from school dismissal (3:10 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 2 p.m. on Fridays) until 6 p.m.

Friday’s sale includes two sizes of tomato plants, strawberries, and three types of peppers (bell, banana & jalapeno). The majority of the tomato plants are heirloom varieties grown with seed donated by Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds of Mansfield, Mo. The May sales will include zucchini, squash, cucumber, and cantaloupe plants as well.

Prices for Friday’s sale are 4 large tomato plants for $5 ($1.50 individually) or 4 pepper or medium-sized tomato plants for $3 ($1 individually). Strawberry plants are $2.

If you’re interested in your own garden or just growing a few plants on your patio, the students would love to be your source! For updates, follow us on twitter or Instagram: @osagegrown.

School of the Osage Announces new 2nd Grade Teacher

School of the Osage is proud to announce the hiring of Ms.Teena Harris as 2nd Grade Teacher.  A graduate of Camdenton High School, Ms. Harris earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Central Methodist University and will be certified in 1-6 Elementary Education. Ms. Harris is currently student teaching at the Upper Elementary at School of the Osage.

 School of the Osage Announces new 3rd Grade Teacher  

School of the Osage is proud to announce the hiring of Mrs. Jachelle Barry as 3rd Grade Teacher.  A graduate of Quincy Senior High School in Quincy, Illinois, Mrs. Barry earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Parks, Recreation and Tourism, Sport Management from the University of Missouri and earned her Master's of Science in Elementary Education from Missouri State University.  Mrs.Barry is currently teaching at the Eldon South Elementary School.

Osage vs Mexico

Osage:

Goal:  Time:  1stHalf, 32:35, Ella Demott

Goal:  Time:  1stHalf, 32:35, Chance Estrada 

Goal:  Time:  2ndHalf, 36:22, Emily Kostuke assisted by Marley Corpe

Goal:  Time:  2ndHalf, 34:51, Emily Kostuke assisted by Chance Estrada

Goal:  Time:  2ndHalf, 20:27, Chance Estrada assisted by Dayanara

Goal:  Time:  2ndHalf, 14:11, Chance Estrada

Goal:  Time:  2ndHalf, 6:27, Ella Demott

 

Osage Shots on Goal: 32

 

Keeper: 

1st Half Payton Good, Saves: 12

2nd Half Payton Good, Saves: 2, Ella Scout Mayer, Saves: 5

 

Mexico:

Goal:  Time:  1stHalf, 20:07

Goal:  Time:  2ndHalf, 34:29 

 

 

Next Games:

04/26-27/19                 Cam/Osage Tourney 

            Fr                    West Plains                2:00 pm

            Sat                  Kirksville                    12:00 pm

            Sat                  Barstow                      6:00pm

Tue     04/30/19          Fulton                         5:00 pm          

Thurs05/02/19          @Clinton                   5:00pm