Kara Amos has been a force in the circle for the Truman softball team.

She hasn’t surrendered a single earned run all year and continued that trend Thursday as Truman routed Raytown 10-0 in a Suburban Big Six matchup

Amos struck out 13 of the 16 batters she faced in the 5-inning mercy-rule win. She now has 38 strikeouts in 19 innings pitched and only has two walks.

Chloe Armstrong was 2-for-4 at the dish for Truman and Kennedy Rucker had a two-run base hit to help the Patriots improve to 7-2 and 1-0 in the conference.

FORT OSAGE 10, NORTH KANSAS CITY 1: The Indians got big offensive nights from several players as they rolled to a rout of the Hornets Thursday.

Olivia Peters picked up the win in the circle as she pitched a complete game and only gave up four hits and struck out eight. Seh also had a hit and two RBIs.

On offense, Brooke Doherty had two RBIs and a home run and Emily Jamison was 3-for-4 wth two runs scored for Fort (2-6, 1-1)

WILLIAM CHRISMAN 8, OAK PARK 7: Adrianna Solary often provides the power for the Bears’ offense.

She did so again when she clubbed a 3-run shot in a 8-7 win over the Oakies Thursday in a Suburban Middle Six contest. Malia Atagai and Gracie Ussary both added two singles.

Chrisman (2-3, 2-0 conference) managed to overcome seven errors as Aubriana Powell pitched five innings to pick up the win. A five-run fifth inning ended up being the difference in the one-run game.

LEE’S SUMMIT WEST 4, BLUE SPRINGS SOUTH 1: The Jaguars offense sputtered in their third Suburban Big Seven game of the year as they fell to the Titans Thursday.

West pitcher Jordan Weber struck out 12 South batters and Savannah Everhart drove in South’s only run with a single in the sixth inning.

"Gotta hand it to (Weber), she used the zone and got us swinging," said head coach Kristi Williams, whose team fell to 9-3 overall and 1-2 in the Big Seven. "We just needed to string more contact hits together. We left 4 on base the first two innings. We needed to capitalize on those opportunities.”

Madison Crosslin was 2-for-3 with two singles and Haley Woolf had a base hit for the Jaguars.

Sydney Righi picked up the loss as she surrendered four runs on seven hits and struck out six.