Lee’s Summit softball snapped a 2-2 tie with two runs in the top of the seventh inning to post a 4-2 Suburban Big Six victory at Blue Springs South.

Lee’s Summit softball snapped a 2-2 tie with two runs in the top of the seventh inning to post a 4-2 Suburban Big Six victory at Blue Springs South.

“All of our runs were unearned and we left seven people on base,” South coach Vickie Brummel said. “The statistics were very equal.”

Megan Schwindler relieved starter Michaela Tolliver in the top of the seventh inning and took the loss for the Jaguars (11-6, 2-4). Lee’s Summit improved to 3-3 and 10-8.

FORT OSAGE 12, RAYTOWN SOUTH 0: Katy Divers pitched a five-inning one-hitter with four strikeouts and Mercedes Marriott singled and doubled with two RBIs to lead visitng Raytown South to an easy Suburban Middle Seven victory.

Divers was one out away from a no-hitter in the game called after five innings because of the mercy rule.

The Indians are 10-7 and 4-2.

TRUMAN 8, RAYMORE-PECULIAR 2: Paige Parker shone with her arm and bat in leading visiting Truman to a nonconference victory.

The freshman pitched a six-hitter and singled, doubled, hit a two-run homer, added three RBIs and scored three runs.

An 11-hit Truman attack featured two other standouts. Sara Jeffress doubled twice and singled with two RBIs and three runs scored and Ali Skates singled twice with two RBIs as Truman improved to 15-5.

WEST PLATTE 16, ST. MARY’S: The visiting Trojans were held to two hits in suffering their ninth loss in 10 games.

An eight-run first inning ignited West Platte to the victory. Danielle Tyler was the losing pitcher.

LEE’S SUMMIT NORTH 10, WILLIAM CHRISMAN 0: One tough inning spelled disaster for the William Chrisman softball team Wednesday. The Bears fell to Lee’s Summit North 10-0 in five innings with seven runs coming in the second inning.