The Fort Osage boys soccer team suffered its first loss of the season last Thursday, but the Indians were able to bounce back with a 1-0 shootout win over Raytown South Tuesday.

Fort Osage won the peanlty kick shootout 5-4 with Jake Lammering, Jack Tupinio, Tony Rios, Noah Smith and Dylan Stillwell converting to help the Indians improve to 14-1 overall.

OAK PARK 3, WILLIAM CHRISMAN 1: The Bears lost their sixth game in a row and fell to 4-11 overall in a loss to the Northmen Tuesday.

Michael Palomino scored Chrisman’s lone goal.

HARRISONVILLE 1, GRAIN VALLEY 0: In a game that had first-place on the line in the Missouri River Valley Conference West, visiting Grain Valley came up short and fell to 8-7 overall and 4-2 in the conference.

Seth Wiebusch scored Harrisonville’s only goal in the 28th minute.

“Disappointing to lose tonight, but proud of the effort my guys put forth,” Grain Valley coach Tyler Nichol said. “The goal we gave up was a header off a long set piece. Throughout the run of play we felt the chances were even, if not slightly in our favor. That is a very good team and we gave them all they could handle.”

LIBERTY 2, LEE’S SUMMIT NORTH 1: Lee’s Summit North coach Ryan Kelley said his Broncos struggled to find a good rhythm and that cost them in a non-conference loss to the host Blue Jays Tuesday.

Liberty scored first in the first half before North’s Kale Soukup slotted a pass to Parker Allen, who fired a shot that hit the crossbar and bounced into the goal to tie it 1-1 for the Broncos (11-5).

However, the Blue Jays scored with 12 minutes left to take the lead for good.

“We came close to scoring in the final few minutes but we could not find the equalizer,” Kelley said.