One pitch cost sophomore Michaela Tolliver a perfect game. The Blue Springs South pitcher walked the Winnetonka catcher on a full count to begin the seventh inning. Then she retired the next three batters in settling for a no-hitter in the unbeaten Jaguars 7-0 home victory Monday.

One pitch cost sophomore Michaela Tolliver a perfect game. The Blue Springs South pitcher walked the Winnetonka catcher on a full count to begin the seventh inning. Then she retired the next three batters in settling for a no-hitter in the unbeaten Jaguars 7-0 home victory Monday.

The 6-0 Jaguars supported Tolliver with an 11-hit attack. Tiffany Murdock went 3 for 4 with three singles and one RBI to lead the way. Logan Spaw singled twice, scored one run and drove in three and Kaitlin Schaberg tripled with one RBI and one run scored.

“I was extremely pleased with our defense,” South coach Vickie Brummel said. “Third baseman Kelly Voigt had a outstanding game on defense.

ODESSA 13, LEXINGTON 7: Odessa got four hits from Mackenzie Sousley and Mary Wright added two hits, two runs and two RBIs in a win for the Bulldogs at home. Taiylor Llewellyn went the distance on the mound for Odessa, who improved to 2-4 on the year.