The Suburban Middle Six softball trophy is pretty much Truman’s.

The Suburban Middle Six softball trophy is pretty much Truman’s.

Paige Parker pitched a two-hitter with nine strikeouts as Truman stopped host Lee’s Summit West 7-2 Monday to clinch at least a tie for the conference title.

Parker had a no-hitter entering the seventh inning. Then West scored two unearned runs. They were the only runs allowed by Truman in conference play.

Sara Jeffress doubled and singled twice and scored three runs and Tishina Bradley singled and doubled with three RBIs to power Truman (18-5, 8-0). West fell to 14-10 and 7-2.

FORT OSAGE 7, WINNETONKA 6: Fort Osage withstood a three-run Winnetonka rally in the bottom of the seventh inning to post a Suburban Middle Seven victory.

Mercedes Merriott hit the game’s first pitch for a home run and also singled and Kinzy Mickey had a solo homer to power the visiting Indians (12-8,  6-3).

“The girls did as good job of not letting up when Winnetonka started hitting,” Fort Osage coach Kelly Sullivan said. “Divers did a good job of staying focused.”

As it turned out, a three-run sixth inning for a 7-3 lead was vital for the Indians.

WINNETONKA TOURNAMENT: Grain Valley went 2-1 in the Winnetonka tournament this weekend.

The Eagles defeated Smith-Cotton 9-4 and followed that up with a 3-1 victory against Winnetonka. The Eagles fell to Kearney 6-1. The tournament was not finished because of rain.

“We played very well in the 8 a.m. game, which was good to see,” coach Jim Oliver said. “It is always difficult getting up for those early morning contests.”

RAYTOWN 9, WILLIAM CHRISMAN 0: Raytown softball scored a run or two in every inning to amass a sizeable 9-0 victory against William Chrisman on Monday.  Raytown scored nine runs on five hits.

Chrisman pitcher Tiffany Craig led the Bears with two hits. The loss drops the Bears to 6-17 overall and keeps them winliss in conference at 0-8. Raytown improves to 13-10 overall and 6-5 in conference.

“We just couldn’t get anybody through,” Chrisman coach Mark Amos said. “There we some plays we should have made better.”

GRAIN VALLEY 4, ST. TERESA’S 2: Depite being kept off balance by the St. Teresa’s pitcher, the Grain Valley softball team got nine hits in a 4-2 victory Monday.

Brooklyn Simbeck was on the mound for the Eagles allowing one run and two hits in five innings.

Courtney Kirkpatrick led the  team in hitting going 3-for-4. Hailey Herz went 2-for-3 with two RBI.