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Osage Lady Indians vs Hallsville Lady Indians

This was the conference opener for both teams and a rematch of an earlier OT game in conference tournament. Once again, we had a game that had two vastly different halves. The first quarter was well-played by both teams and we had five people score and that is always a good sign for us. When the scoring is spread out we are a more dangerous team.  Syd and Sara each hit a three and we got two points each on the inside from Liberty, Ella, and Alisa. Up two at the start of the second quarter, we only managed two points in the entire second frame.

HS Wrestling Holiday Activities

The Osage wrestling team has had a busy holiday break.  At the beginning of break, we traveled to Buffalo to wrestle Buffalo, West Plains and Reeds Spring the Boys varsity won each of their matchups, while the girls winning several matches, won the Reeds Springs match and were outnumbered against West Plains and Buffalo and lost those duals. 

Osage Lady Indians vs Linn Lady Wildcats

The girls traveled to Linn on Monday night. This would be a much different game than our last few in that we started off very quickly and then followed it with not as strong a second half.  We scored the first 7 points of the first quarter and felt pretty good about how things were going. The girls built up a 10-point lead after one quarter led by five points from Sara Wolf, four from Liberty Gamm and a three from Reese Good.  The second quarter we did not score as well as we had in the first. We turned Linn over 20 times in the first half, but only held a 25-13 lead.

Osage Lady Indians vs Linn Lady Wildcats

The girls traveled to Linn on Monday night. This would be a much different game than our last few in that we started off very quickly and then followed it with not as strong a second half.  We scored the first 7 points of the first quarter and felt pretty good about how things were going. The girls built up a 10-point lead after one quarter led by five points from Sara Wolf, four from Liberty Gamm and a three from Reese Good.  The second quarter we did not score as well as we had in the first. We turned Linn over 20 times in the first half, but only held a 25-13 lead.

Osage Lady Indians vs Iberia Lady Rangers

We had our first game in a couple of weeks when local rival Iberia came to Osage on January 3rd.  Of the two teams, Iberia started off stronger. We were very focused on their inside game and ended up yielding three 3-pointers in the first quarter. Syd Riley answered back with two of her own, but we were still down by three at the end of one. The second quarter saw our girls play a little more like we hoped we would. We had four scorers led by six from Liberty Gamm and four off the bench from Ella DeMott.

Osage Lady Indians vs St. Elizabeth Lady Hornets

After several days off and one canceled game, the Lady Indians traveled to St. Elizabeth to play the Hornets.  It had been a week since we played and we had not shot the ball very well against Eugene. The first half was much of the same as we went 4 for 21 from the field. We also had some foul trouble to contend with as Liberty picked up two fouls and had to sit for many minutes in the first half. St. E had a definite size advantage as they started 6' 1" and 5' 11".  How we played defense against their bigs would be a key to our success or failure on the night.

Boys Basketball falls to Iberia

We traveled to Iberia Tuesday night to take on the Rangers. The started off where we wanted it in a pace of how we wanted to play. We knew coming in to the game that they were a team that had the ability to create alot of turnovers with thier pressure defense, for the first half we handled it. The 2nd half Iberia was able to go on a run that was to much for us to recover from and the final score ended 68-38

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Osage Lady Indians vs Richland Lady Bears

The Lady Indians traveled to state-ranked Richland to play the Lady Bears on Monday night. This would be the Lady Indians fifth game in eight days and I thought that we didn't let that affect us in the slightest. We knew going in that Richland presented matchup problems for us because of their size and shooting ability.  In the first quarter we had some trouble containing them with our press. They got too many breakdowns and got the ball inside in transition too many times. I was pleased how we responded after an early timeout down 7-0.

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