The Fort Osage softball team cruised to a 10-0, six-inning victory against William Chrisman Friday.

The Fort Osage softball team cruised to a 10-0, six-inning victory against William Chrisman Friday.

Caitlyn Carter was on the mound for the Indians and allowed three hits, no runs while walking two and striking out two.

The win improves the Indians to 11-8 overall and 5-3 in the Suburban Middle Seven. Chrisman falls to 6-16 overall and 0-7 in conference.

The Indians recorded 16 hits in the win led by Mikaela Giles who was four for four on the day with two doubles. Kinzy Mickey also hadd a big day going two for four with a double.

“I was very impressed with Giles’ hitting,” Fort coach Kelly Sullivan said. “It was a good hitting display as a team.”

Bears coach Mark Amos was also pleased with the way his team played despite the score.

“We have a lot of kids on the right path,” he said.

Amos said the team continues to get runners in scoring position and around to third, but just can’t get them home.

TRUMAN 15, NORTH KANSAS CITY 0: Truman’s Paige Parker was brilliant on the mound in just three innings of work but she didn’t have to be in a 15-0 win against North Kansas City.

She didn’t even have to be that good. Parker, a freshman pitcher, struck out all nine batters she faced, but was pulled after the third inning because the Patriots already had a 14-0 lead. The game was called after four innings.

Megan Williams and Sara Jeffress backed Parker up at the plate. Williams went three for three with three singles and two RBI. Jeffress was two for two with a single, a double and two stolen bases.

The Patriots are now 17-5 overall and 7-0 in the Suburban Middle Six conference.

“It was a good conference win for us,” Patriots coach Steve Broughton said. “We swung the bats well.”