The Otterville Eagles fell to the St. Elizabeth Hornets, 69-55, Monday afternoon at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center on the State Fair Community College campus during one of six games held as part of the W-K Holiday Shootout.

The last two games of the night (Concordia vs Lincoln boys & girls) were postponed until Wednesday at 6 and 7:30 p.m., it was noted.

In the first game of the day, the Osage Lady Indians beat the Stover Lady Bulldogs, 54-21. Osage junior Kendal Miller tied with freshman Kerrigan Gamm for top scorer honors with 12 points each, while Stover junior Ashley Schroder was top scorer for the Lady Bulldogs with six.

In the second game of the day, Osage boys beat Stover, 46-30. Senior Hayden Drace was the top scorer for Osage with 15, while sophomore Brenden Bauer was the top scorer for the Bulldogs with 11.

The St. Elizabeth Lady Hornets beat Otterville, 48-27. Sophomore Brooke Struemph was the leading scorer for the Lady Hornets with 18, while senior Hannah Benny tied with sophomore Dalanney Stone, each scoring eight points for the Lady Eagles.

The St. Elizabeth Hornets beat the Otterville boys, 69-55. Sophomore Dakota Kemna was the top scorer for the Hornets with 26, while senior Garret Lynn was the top scorer for the Eagles with 20.

The Tipton girls outscored Russellville, 55-21. Junior Alyson Brant was the top scorer for the Lady Cards with 18, while sophomore Ally Harris was the top scorer for the Lady Indians with six.

And in the final game of the night, Russellville came out on top, 74-68, over Tipton. Junior Dylan Henderson was the top scorer for the Indians with 26, while junior Jimmy Upton was the top scorer for the Cards with 19.

The 14th annual Shootout concludes Dec. 30 at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center. Admission is $5. Youth 12 and under are admitted free.