The Fort Osage softball team had too much hitting for William Chrisman.

The Fort Osage softball team had too much hitting for William Chrisman.


A 16-hit attack paced the host Indians to a 14-4 Suburban Middle Seven victory over the Bears (2-18, 0-8) Friday.


Three Fort Osage players – Kelsey McIntyre, Kensi Mickey and Mikaela Giles –  each had four hits. Mickey’s total included a double and triple.


“Chrisman really did a good job today,” Chrisman coach Kelly Sullivan said. “They came out and played hard, and I don’t think we were expecting that. But we came back and played well.”


Katy Divers allowed seven hits for the victory. Reba Atchley took the loss.


Fort Osage (7-9, 5-4 Middle Seven) erupted for eight runs in the third inning to grab a 9-2 advantage.


“We played better today,” Chrisman coach Lindsey Ramsey said. “We were hitting the ball real well. We need to do a better job keeping them (other team) off the bases.”


Kyana Mason and Lindsay Moritz each singled twice for Chrisman.