The undefeated streak has ended.

The undefeated streak has ended.

Addie Paris pitched a four-hitter and hit a solo homer as visiting Kearney upended the Wildcats 5-0 Tuesday.

“We didn’t play well,” coach Roger Lower as the Wildcats suffered their first loss in 23 games. “Kearney played real well.”

Paris’ second-inning homer was all the Bulldogs, who placed third in last year’s state Class 4 tournament and are 19-3, needed. But they added three more runs in the fourth and one in the seventh.

Madison Rich singled twice with one RBI and Jennifer Richey  singled twice as Kearney collected nine hits off losing pitcher Kelsey Kessler.

GRAIN VALLEY 13, HARRISONVILLE 1: The Grain Valley softball team got a tremendous conference victory against Harrisonville Tuesday.

The Eagles’ 13-1 win put them in the driver’s seat in the MRVC West conference. Sydney Fairfield threw a two-hitter while walking four and striking out six.

Mariah Hernandez led the team offensively going 3-for-5 with two runs scored and two RBI. Courtney Fold went 2-for-5 with two runs scored and an RBI. Catcher Sydney Fry went 2-for-3 with a run scored and two RBI.

OAK GROVE 7, EXCELSIOR SPRINGS 2: The Oak Grove softball team defeated Excelsior Springs 7-2 with a big first inning.

The Panthers scored five in the first to take a lead they never relinquished.

Katie Carr got the win for Oak Grove pitching five innings, allowing eight hits and two earned runs. She alsorecorded two walks and three strikeouts.

Chelsey Kavadas went 2-for-4 on the day with two RBI and a run scored.

The Oak Grove junior varsity won 19-15.

WINNETONKA 11, WILLIAM CHRISMAN 1: A tough first inning spelled disaster for the William Chrisman softball team in an 11-1 loss to Winnetonka on Tuesday.

The Bears gave up six runs in the first inning and five in the fourth. Keisha Williams provided the only offense for Chrisman going 2-for-2 and accounting for the only RBI. The Bears fall to 6-18 overall and stay winless in the conference at 0-10.

“That first inning we should have had the first three batters out,” Chrisman coach Mark Amos said. “We give away outs.”