Lights to dim at Osage City stadium as football season comes to a close

With high school football season coming to an end, local drone photographer Rick Potter took advantage of the bright lights during halftime of the Oct. 23 game at the Osage City Schools’ sports complex to snap this overhead shot. The football field, track and stadium were built in 2012 as part of $6.77 million bond issue that also included renovations at Osage City Elementary School and Osage City’s community building. The night of this shot, the Osage City High School Indians lost against the Rossville High School Bulldogs, 61-7. In an Oct. 29 away non-conference game, the Indians beat the Oskaloosa High School Bears 26-16, ending up with 4 wins and 5 losses for the season, and 3-3 in league play.

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