Softball teams get win
Three teams came away with wins Friday night in Babe Ruth softball action at Johnson Park.
In 8-and-under Babe Ruth softball action, the Tigers-Glidewell defeated Red Level 4-3; and in 12-and-under action, the Tigers-Black beat the Believers 10-5; and then the White Tigers beat Red Level 21-4.
Tigers-Glidewell 4, Red Level 3
The game remained scoreless until the second inning when the Tigers scored three runs.
Kaylee, Abbie and Angel scored for the Tigers in the third.
Red Level cut the Tigers lead to one run in the bottom of the third inning as Peanut and Breanna scored for their team.
Red Level tied the game in the fourth inning when Madison scored on a single from Ashlyn.
Then, the Tigers sealed the win in the fifth inning when Abbie scored her second run of the game.
Tigers-Black 10, Believers 5
Peyton scored three runs, and Brianna scored two runs for the Tigers-Black Friday night to help lead their team to the five-run win over the Believers.
Peyton and Brianna scored their first runs in the second inning after the Believers took a 2-0 lead in the first inning.
The Tigers-Black added five runs in the third inning when Morgan, Colby, Brianna, Peyton and Alexis scored for their team.
The Believers scored one run each in the second, third and fifth innings in the loss.
The Tigers-Black took the victory in the fourth inning scoring three runs.
Macey, Hayden, Morgan and Alexis scored one run each for the Tigers-Black.
White Tigers 21, Red Level 4
The White Tigers scored 10 runs in the first inning, and 11 runs in the third inning to take a 17-run rout over Red Level Friday night.
For the Tigers, Kayolie Messer scored four runs; Carolina Fussell scored four runs; Molly Stewart scored four runs; Brentley Armstrong scored two runs; Ashley Hughes scored two runs; Emily Burkett scored two runs; Kayla Inabinett scored one run; and Haley Hudson scored two runs.
Red Level scored one run in the first inning, and three runs in the second inning in the loss.
Complete names of players were not available when the Star-News went to press Monday.