A balanced effort led to a third-place finish in the Moberly Tournament for the Fort Osage girls soccer team.

Nine different players scored as the Indians went 2-0-1 to claim third place.

After a 1-1 tie with Camdenton on Friday, the Indians routed Mexico 8-0 and Kirksville on Saturday to improve to 7-6-1 overall.

Aspen O’Neal, who had the only goal in the tie with Camdenton on Friday, and Karlee Tatum each scored four goals to help power the Indians.

O’Neal, Tatum and Rachel Newberry each scored two in the win over Mexico. Bailee Summers and Marina Rios also added one each.

Tatum had two against Kirksville, and O’Neal, Summers, Leigh Anne Bartlett and Mya Sams each had one against Kirksville.

OAK PARK 5, TRUMAN 2: Truman couldn’t overcome a 5-1 halftime deficit in a non-conference loss to Oak Park Monday at Staley High School.

Gracie Schweinfurth scored a hat trick to lead Oak Park, which built a 3-0 lead on two of those goals.

Truman’s Kali Christman scored off an assist from Ally Smart in the 18th minute to cut Truman’s deficit to 3-1. Schweinfurth struck again 11 minutes later and Jenna Zackert made it 5-1 in the 34th minute.

“We gave Oak Park too many chances in the first half and they took advantage,” Truman coach Jared Byrne said. “We fought back but the deficit was too much.”

Kylie Waterworth scored off a pass from Charley Burton in the 61st minute but that was all the Patriots (3-8) could muster as they fell despite outshooting the Oakies 7-5 on goal.