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Examiner
  • Parker tosses another no-hitter

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  • Paige Parker and Truman remain undefeated in softball.
    Parker pitched her first no-hitter of the season and struck out 15 as Truman rolled past Park Hill 4-0 Thursday at Adair Park. Parker is 6-0 with 88 strikeouts in 40 innings. She has allowed only seven hits.
    Shay Tolbert singled twice with one RBI and one run scored, and Kendra Amos doubled with an RBI and a run to power Truman (7-0, 2-0).
    BLUE SPRINGS SOUTH 5, LIBERTY 2: Julia Woelbel had four singles, scored a run and drove in one to power host South to Thursday’s Suburban Big Six victory.
    “Nine of our 11 players got a hit,” Blue Springs coach Kristi Williams said. “The offense was clicking up and down the lineup.”
    Madi Giles added a two-run homer, Mariah Bierman a double and Harmony Clipperton two-run single for the Jaguars (5-3, 2-1). Megan Schwindler pitched the victory.
    RAYTOWN 7, FORT OSAGE 6: A run in the bottom of the eighth inning lifted Raytown to the Suburban Middle Seven victory at the Blue Ridge Sports Complex.
    Katy Divers had three hits for the Fort Osage (3-5, 2-1). Kelsey McIntyre and Kaitlin Mickey added two each.
    Raytown rallied for three runs in the sixth inning to tie the score 6-6.
    BELTON 10, WILLIAM CHRISMAN 0: Visiting Belton posted a Suburban Middle Six shutout victory at Adair Park. Ravyn Swope doubled for the Bears (2-6, 0-2).
    ODESSA 9, GRAIN VALLEY 2: Host Odessa had too much offense for the Eagles in a Missouri River Valley Conference West game. Taylor Mays suffered the loss for Grain Valley. Lena Sanders singled, doubled and tripled for the Eagles (2-5, 0-2).
    PLEASANT HILL 12, OAK GROVE 3: Oak Grove took a 3-1 lead into the sixth, but eight errors during Pleasant Hill’s six-run sixth inning proved fatal for the visiting Panthers.
    “We hit great, but we left about 15 runners on base,” said Oak Grove coach Jesse Edwards, whose team fell to 3-4 overall (1-1 MRVC West).
    Jenelle Mausdach (RBI) stroked a pair of hits for Oak Grove, while Kaitlyn Marsh suffered the loss.
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