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One hundred runners hit the streets of Eldon Saturday morning for the seventh annual Rock Island Road Race to benefit the Miller County Shop with a Cop program. The event featured 15K, 10K and …

Members of the School of the Osage baseball team received Class 4, District 9 All-District honors, Tri-County Conference All-Conference honors and Academic All-State honors for the 2024 season. …

After rehabbing from an injury to start his collegiate baseball career, Camdenton alum Kam Durnin reflects on his freshman year at Wichita State University where he earned a starting spot at shortstop and postseason honors.

Seven athletes from Camden County competed at the 2024 Special Olympics State Summer Games, taking part in swimming, track and field, powerlifting and volleyball on Friday, May 31 in Columbia.

The Camdenton baseball team received Ozark Conference All-Conference postseason honors for the last time as the Lakers embark on a new era in the Central Missouri Athletic Conference (CMAC) in 2025. …

Athlete: Landon Childs   School: School of the Osage   Sport: Track and Field   Grade: Junior   School of the Osage junior track and field athlete Landon …

Camdenton alum Kam Durnin was recently named to the American Conference All-Championship team after helping lead Wichita State to a second-place finish at the 2024 American Baseball Championship in Clearwater, Fla. 

Recent Camdenton graduate Jackson Basham was named to the Class 5, District 5 All-District team as voted on by the coaches for his contributions to the Lakers baseball team.   Basham ended …

History was made for the Macks Creek track and field program at the Class 1 State Championships on May 17-18 held at Adkins Stadium in Jefferson City. The senior dynamic duo of …

Track and field athletes from Camdenton and School of the Osage competed at the Class 4 State Championships from May 24-25 at Adkins Stadium in Jefferson City. History was made for both track and field programs over the weekend. On Friday, Camdenton sophomore Ty Wiethop became the Class 4 State Champion in the boys long jump (6.96 meters, 22-10.00 feet), the first state champion long jumper in program history. Osage junior Landon Childs also captured the Class 4 State Championship in the boys pole vault (4.73 meters, 15-06.25 feet)...

The Eldon Bassmasters will hold its 26th annual free kids’ fishing tournament from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday, June 15, at the Randy Davis farm approximately five miles south of Eldon off of …

Track and field athletes from Camdenton and the School of the Osage got set for Sectionals on Saturday, May 18, to qualify for the Class 4 State Track Tournament on May 24-25 in Jefferson City. …

The School of the Osage boys tennis team lost 5-4 to Moberly while its doubles team fell in the quarterfinal round at the Class 1 State Tournament in Springfield. 

Josh Baldwin takes over as head coach of the Camdenton girls soccer team that saw its season come to an end after losing 4-3 to West Plains in the first round of the Class 3, District 6 Tournament on Monday, May 13, at Springfield Catholic High School.

The Camdenton baseball team saw its season come to an end after losing 3-1 to Helias Catholic in the Class 5, District 5 tournament on Wednesday, May 15, at the Legion Sports Complex in Jefferson City…

Track and field athletes from Camdenton, Macks Creek and School of the Osage punched their tickets to the State meet on May 17-18, 24-25 at Adkins Stadium in Jefferson City.

The School of the Osage girls soccer team lost 2-1 to St. Clair in heavy rainfall on Monday, May 13, at the Helias Catholic Athletic Complex. Junior midfielder Lucy Moore scored to break the 1-1 …

School of the Osage junior track and field athlete Jaidyn Tabony has been nominated for Lake Sun Athlete of the Week during the week of May 6-12 for her performance at the Class 4, District 4 tournament on Saturday, May 11, at Helias Catholic High School.

The School of the Osage baseball team lost 8-3 to Blair Oaks in the semi-final round of the Class 4, District 9 tournament on Monday, May 13, at Blair Oaks High School Baseball Field.

The School of the Osage boys tennis team cruised to a 8-1 win over Salem to win its fourth Class 1, District 8 title in a row on Tuesday, May 7, at the OHS Tennis Courts.

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