The Port St. Joe Jr./Sr. High School softball team won two of three district games last week as the Lady Tiger Sharks improved to 3-2.
The week started with a visit from Blountstown.
Behind a hitting barrage and the pitching of Stephanie Brinkmeier and MaKayla Ramsey Port St. Joe won 11-1 in a game ended after five innings based on the mercy rule.
Brinkmeier started and went four innings and Ramsey pitched the final inning.
Christian Laine had three hits and Addison Rice, Haley Wood and Shannon Pridgeon each had two hits.
The Lady Tiger Sharks hosted South Walton on Friday and won 7-6 in nine innings.
Ramsey went the distance on the mound, allowing 11 hits while striking out six and walking two.
Brittany King was 3 for 3 with a pair of doubles to lead the Port St. Joe offense.
Wood, Pridgeon and Ramsey each had two hits.
The week ended on a sour note Saturday and a trip to Liberty County.
The Lady Bulldogs won 13-2.
Savannah Miles, a freshman, made her pitching debut for Port St. Joe.
Miles, Wood and Brinkmeier each had a hit for the Lady Tiger Sharks.
Port St. Joe is at Bozeman tonight in another district matchup and the junior varsity hosts North Bay Haven at 6 p.m. ET on Friday.