Led by the solid pitching and power hitting the Port St. Joe Jr./Sr. High School softball team won three straight district games last week to improve to 9-3.


Led by the solid pitching and power hitting the Port St. Joe Jr./Sr. High School softball team won three straight district games last week to improve to 9-3.



The Lady Tiger Sharks beat Bozeman 10-3 last Tuesday.



MaKayla Ramsey (7-0) started and went the distance on the mound, facing 30 batters and allowing six hits and three runs while walking one and striking out four.



Shannon Pridgeon had two hits, including a run-scoring double and Kelsey Miles had a double and drove in three. Haley Wood had a solo home run and Ramsey, Stephanie Brinkmeier, Brittany King, Christian Laine and Haley Keels each had a hit for Port St. Joe.



Two nights later, the Lady Tiger Sharks faced Blountstown, winning 10-2.



Ramsey started on the mound and went six innings, allowing four hits and two runs while walking three and striking out four.



Brinkmeier pitched a shutout seventh, allowing one hit and striking out one.



Ramsey had three hits, including a home run, and drove in two runs. Wood had a double and single, King drove in three runs with a home run and Miles, Laine, Lexie McGhee, Brinkmeier and Pridgeon each had a hit.



Last Friday, the Lady Tiger Sharks traveled to Franklin County and escaped with an 11-10 win.



Brinkmeier started on the mound, going 3 2/3 innings while allowing seven runs on three hits, walking two and fanning one.



Ramsey pitched the final 3 1/3 innings, allowing three runs on seven hits while walking two and striking out three.



Laine, Ramsey, Addison Rice and King had each had two hits. Wood, Brinkmeier, Pridgeon, Hal’leigh Keels each had a hit.



Port St. Joe played at Wewahitchka Tuesday, host Metcalf, KY tonight and host Liberty County on Friday.