Easley Southern Stars 13, Liberty Panthers 12 — Easley scored two runs in the bottom of the final inning to rally for the win. Mollie Poole led Easley with a home run and a triple.
Pendleton 5, Easley Carolina Girls 2 — The Carolina Girls suffered their first loss of the season to Pendleton. Madison Johnson, Haleigh Foster, Hailey Root, Molly Propes and Jaslin Brooks all were 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Easley. Brooks had a double among her hits.
Pickens #2 5, Easley Tsunamis 1 — Tara McCullough had a hit and Dakota Savage drove in a run to lead Easley. McCullough pitched all five innings for the Tsunamis. Sophia Roberts had three defensive outs at second base.
Easley Tsunamis 11, Wren #1 7 —Karsyn Van Deventer had two singles and drove in a pair of runs to lead Easley to the win. She also pitched one inning while Tara McCullough pitched two. Tory Durham, Dakota Savage and McCullough each had an RBI for Easley.
Easley Lady Rebelz 10, Clemson-Central Orange 7 — The Lady Rebelz rallied from a two-run deficit with five runs in the top of the fifth inning for the win. A double by Brianna Campbell and singles by Annabelle Gerish, Taylor Crews, Samantha Talley and Maggie McCord sparked the rally for Easley.
Easley Lady Rebelz 11, Pendleton #2 7 — Jordan Cummings had a pair of singles and Lexi Greer had a single to lead the Lady Rebelz.
Easley Crushers 20, Easley Fuze 6 — Emily Mitchell, Mary Parks and Anna Mitchell each had three hits as the Crushers opened the season with a victory. Rachel Dickerson, Billie Jean Page, Sam Rabideau, Jesse Parks, Sierra Lollis, Morgan Haynes and Abby Tate each added a pair of hits for the Crushers while Hadley Greer had one hit. Dickerson and Page each scored three runs for the Crushers.
Easley Maniacs 25, Six Mile 7 — The Maniacs had 11 hits and took advantage of 15 walks to beat Six Mile in the opener. Makayla Patterson had five strikeouts while pitching a one hitter. Tori Sprinkle led Easley’s offense with two hits and four RBI while Audrey Ducker and Lexi Ward had two hits and two RBI each. Five other Easley players drove in a run.
Easley Crushers 14, Easley Maniacs 4 — Billie Jean Page struck out 14 and gave up just two hits in five innings to lead the Crushers. Page was also the offensive leader with three hits and three runs scored. Emily Mitchell, Rachel Dickerson, Anna Mitchell and Morgan Haynes had a pair of hits each for the Crushers while Sam Rabideau had a triple and scored two runs. Sierra Lollis and Abby Tate each had a hit for the Crushers and Hadley Greer and Mary Parks each walked twice and scored a run.