The Blue Springs softball team had two productive innings on offense and it was enough to top Suburban Big Seven rival Raymore-Peculiar Tuesday.

The Wildcats (11-5, 5-4 conference) scored three runs in the first and four runs in the second. Audrey Corona scored on a passed ball, and Bella Andrews and Hallie Walls each had an RBi ground to get things started.

In the seventh, Corona had an RBi single, and Taylor Snead hit a fly ball to right field that was misplayed and allowed three runs to score. Reggie Kanagawa picked up the win and only gave up three hits in seven innings.

Maddy Lavelle led the Cats with two hits.

BLUE SPRINGS SOUTH 12, PARK HILL 3: The Jaguars improved to 125- overall and 3-3 in the Suburban Big Seven Conference with a blowout win over the Trojans on Tuesday.

Easton Seib got the win in the circle and had seven strikeouts in as many innings and only gave up four hits. Kailee Odegard hit a grand slam and had five RBIs for South. Abby Sciara added three RBIs.

LIBERTY 3, TRUMAN 2: The Patriots had the Blue Jays down to their final out of the game, but two untimely errors cost them in a Suburban Big Six loss Tuesday.

After Liberty took the lead with two runs in the seventh, Truman was unable to score in the bottom half of the frame. Kara Amos picked up the loss in the circle but had 17 strikeouts and none of the runs allowed were earned.

Truman catcher Chloe Armstrong blasted two solo home runs, which tied a school record for most homers in a season with nine.

OAK PARK 5, FORT OSAGE 4: The Oakies broke a tie game with a run in the sixth and that was a enough to hand the Indians their 11th loss in a Suburban Middle Six contest Tuesday.

Olivia Peters was 3-for-4 with a run scored and Hailey Chase was 2-for-3 with a 2-run homer for the Indians (5-11, 2-2 conference).