The Fort Osage girls soccer team rebounded from an opening-round loss to place fifth in last weekend’s North Kansas City Tournament.

The Fort Osage girls soccer team rebounded from an opening-round loss to place fifth in last weekend’s North Kansas City Tournament.

William Chrisman also lost in the first round and came back to split its final two games.
Fort Osage opened with a 2-0 loss to Maryville.

The Indians (10-6) then stopped Winnetonka 2-1 and followed with a 4-0 victory over William Chrisman in the fifth-place game. Paige Baumgartner and Beth Bedsworth each scored twice to lead Fort.

Chrisman (4-8) suffered a  tough 4-3 opening-round loss to Shawnee Mission (Kan.) North. Sydney Croucher scored two goals and Michelle Blubaugh one for the Bears.

The Bears followed with a 3-1 victory over St. Joseph Lafayette on Allyssa Kyle’s two goals and one by Blubaugh.

VAN HORN 4, LINCOLN PREP 1: Camilla Neumann scored one goal and assisted on three, leading host Van Horn to the victory.

Stephanie Smith, Hannah Bishop and Diana Cruz each scored a goal and Destiny Marquez had an assist for the Falcons (6-8), who led 3-0 at halftime.

RAYTOWN TOURNAMENT: Grain Valley overcame a sluggish first half Monday to knock off Raytown South 2-0 thanks to goals from Kali Carson and Reighan Childers.

SEDALIA SMITH-COTTON TOURNAMENT: Grain Valley Coach Alena Balistreri wasn’t disappointed with the Eagles’ three losses in last weekend’s tournament.

“The Eagles obviously struggled to get a win, but we were the only Class 2 school who played up in the Class 3 division against three schools who are very strong in Class 3,” she said.

The Eagles (10-6) opened with a 6-1 loss to Raymore-Peculiar. Nathalia Barr assisted on Devan Fairfield’s goal.

Reighan Childers had one goal and one assist and Fairfield one goal and Morgan Clark an assist in a 4-2 loss to Smith-Cotton.

Fairfield scored twice in a 4-2 loss to Columbia Hickman. Childers had an assist.