The Suburban Big Six opener went well for the Blue Springs South softball team.

The Suburban Big Six opener went well for the Blue Springs South softball team.

Megan Scwindler pitched a two-hitter and struck out six as the host Jaguars stopped Raymore-Peculiar 9-0 Tuesday. Nine players had at least one hit for South (6-1).

“We came out hitting and Megan had one of her better games,” South coach Vickie Brummel said. “She was in control of all of her pitches.”

PLEASANT HILL 4, GRAIN VALLEY 1: Grain Valley fell to host Pleasant Hill in the Missouri River Valley West opener.

“It was not  a good way to start conference,” Grain Valley coach Jim Oliver said.

Taylor Mays, Mikayla Akers and Sydney Fry each singled twice for the Eagles (3-3). Akers drove in the only run.

PARK HILL SOUTH 15, FORT OSAGE 4: An early 5-0 lead ignited visiting Park Hill South to the victory in the Suburban Middle Seven opener.

“It was tough way to start conference,” Fort Osage coach Kelly Sullivan said.

Mercedes Merriott singled twice and doubled and Kassie Peters singled twice to lead an 11-hit attack for Fort Osage (2-4). Katy Divers was the losing pitcher.

WILLIAM CHRISMAN 10, GRANDVIEW 8: A 7-1 lead at Adair Park stood up for the Bears’ first victory in seven games.

“We hit the ball well and reduced our errors and we got the win,” Lindsey Ramsey said of her first victory at Chrisman.

Kyana Mason had three singles and a double, Kesha Williams two singles and winning pitcher Aubrie Dial a double.