HS Girls Basketball


Last season the Indians finished 22-7, advancing to the State Quarterfinals for the second year in a row.  It was a great season winning the Eugene and District tournaments and finishing second at the Osage and Conference tournaments.  We will miss seniors Rose Colonius, Maddie Henley, and Kenzi King a great deal.  This year, we are led by a strong senior class.  Kerrigan Gamm and Carson Wood led us in rebounding and scoring respectively last year.  Payton Good is a returning starter and Karli Kempf and Zoie Turner both add defense and scoring inside.  Sophomores Liberty Gamm and Sara Wolf saw significant time last year as well and will have an expanded role this year.  Several newcomers to the Varsity level include Grace Edwards, Loren Melton, Ella DeMott, Sydney Riley, and Paige Rowland who will add needed depth.  This season has a chance to be a good one for the Lady Indians.  The girls expect to compete at a high level and be in the mix for Conference and District Championships.



Scott Rowland
Head Coach
Coach Rowland begins his 14th season of coaching the Lady Indians and has a record of 192-142. He holds a BS in Education from MSU and teaches ninth and tenth grade English at Osage High School along with his wife Linda, who teaches French. The Rowland’s have two daughters, Paige (10th) and Leah (3rd).
Amanda Evans
JV Coach
Coach Evans is in her 10th year of coaching and begins her 4th season of coaching at Osage. She holds a BS in Education from Lincoln University. Coach Evans teaches Business Education at Osage High School and is also the FBLA and Yearbook Advisor. She and her husband Jake have three children, Adisyn (4th), Mason (3 y/o), and Jaxson (2 y/o).
David Gamm
Freshman Coach
Coach Gamm is in his 14th year of teaching at Osage and his 10th year of coaching basketball at Osage. He holds a BS in Social Science Education from Lincoln University and teaches Social Studies at the High School. Coach Gamm and his wife Mary Lou are Osage alumni and have two sons, Zachary (’05) and Skyler (’09).