Hannah Johnson lined a ground-rule double over the fence in right-center to score Elle Johnson in the seventh inning to give Orono a 4-3 win over host Jordan on Tuesday in softball.
The Spartans escaped the bottom of the sixth and seventh innings to get the win. Left fielder Emilie Perman threw Hailey Lang out at home plate to end the sixth. Then, with the tying run at third, Spartans pitcher Rachel Ishaug fielded a grounder and threw to first base to end the game.
The Spartans scored single runs in the first and second innings to take a 2-0 lead. They added a run in the scored and Olivia Kallay had two hits.
The Jaguars got on the board in the third inning and then tied it in the fourth. Elizabeth Mullen had four hits and three RBI and Lan had two hits and one run scored.
Eastview 4, Eagan 3 (8): Taylor Watts had two hits and one RBI to help the Lightning defeat the host Wildcats in eight innings in the first game of a doubleheader. Jenna Kuhn pitched a complete game to get the win and had two hits and a run scored and Hannah Soderbeck had one hit and two RBI. Gabby Bierly had one hit, one RBI and one run scored to lead the Wildcats. The Lightning completed the sweep with a 9-6 victory in Game 2. Alexa Christensen had three hits, two RBI and two runs scored to lead the Lightning, Nicole Cassellius led the Wildcats with two hits, two RBI and one run scored.
Centennial 4, Blaine 1: Adrianna Thomas had three hits and two RBI to lead the Cougars past the host Bengals. Helene Krage had two hits and two RBI and struck out eight over seven innings. Allison Teery had one hit and one run scored for the Bengals.
Holy Angels 7, Simley 6: Will Briggs had one double, two singles, one RBI and one run scored to lead the Stars past the visiting Spartans. Sam Hellstrom had two hits and one run scored, and Ryan Bercich had one hit and two RBI for the Stars. Cael Berg had one double, one triple and two RBI to lead the Spartans, and Ben Vujovich had two hits, three RBI and two runs scored.
Minneapolis South 6, Minneapolis Roosevelt 0: AJ Menth struck out 10 over six innings to lead the Tigers past the host Teddies. Owen Cooper had two hits and one run scored and Sam Guindon had two RBI for the Tigers. Randy Pereya had two hits for the Teddies.
Minneapolis Washburn 7, Minneapolis South 0: The Millers wrapped up their ninth consecutive Minneapolis City Conference title with the victory Monday. The Millers have been unbeaten in conference action for 10 years. The tennis season was canceled in 2020 because of the pandemic.