Versailles cruises by Stover 

Versailles had no trouble putting the bat on the ball Thursday night at Stover. 

The Tigers racked up nine runs in the first inning and never looked back in a 22-2 win at Stover in three innings. 

Versailles collected 11 total hits as a team with Maddie Patten, Bethany Howard and Analyssa Pence leading the hit parade with two hits each. Patten and Howard both finished with a team-leading four RBIs and Hailey Burnett added three of her own respectively. 

Meanwhile, Patten got the job done on the mound, tossing a no-hitter in three innings of work with six strikeouts and eight walks. 

Versailles (1-8) will go into tournament action on Saturday at Warsaw. 

Osage falls to Eugene 

School of the Osage hosted Eugene on the softball diamond Thursday night and it was a tough one for the Indians as they fell 7 to 4. 

The Eagles did most of their damage in the fourth inning with six runs and added another in the seventh. Osage plated four runs of their own in the sixth, but the comeback bid fell short. 

Liberty Gamm, Aly Baker and Payton good each had an RBI for the Indians and pitcher Skyler Smith took the loss on the mound, working seven innings where she allowed seven hits and one walk while striking out six. 

Osage (5-5) visits Buffalo on Monday at 5 p.m.

Eldon comes up short at Warsaw

Eldon visited Ozark Conference foe Warsaw Thursday night where the Mustangs fell by a final score of 11-1. 

Eldon (1-13) will look to rebound Tuesday night at Sedalia. First pitch is scheduled for 5 p.m.

This story will be updated with stats as soon as they become available