North Callaway softball moved to 11-0, beating the Fulton Hornets 1-0 in 11 innings.
Danielle Cassidy (9-0) struck out nine batters and allowed just one walk and four hits to secure the Thunderbirds victory.
The game's lone run came in the 11th inning when Kasey Huddleston was brought home on a two-out RBI-bunt by Makenlea Jones.
Kelsey Coil, Bailey Boorman and Maddie Sorell had two hits each for Thunderbirds while Huddleston, Jones and Maddie Ausfahl had a hit apiece.
The Thunderbirds travel to Wright City tonight.
Centralia beat South Shelby 15-0 in four innings at Centralia. With the victory, the Panthers improve to 15-2.
Baylee Douglass (15-2) allowed 12 hits, four walks and struck out two batters.
"The girls hit the ball really well, really hard and in the gaps," coach Jill Angel said. "Baylee had an outstanding performance and was backed up by great defense."
Kaitee Chitwood was 3-4 with two doubles and three RBIs to lead the Centralia offense. Sydney Creel was 3-4 with two RBIs and Ali Massey 1-2 with one RBI.
The Panthers travel to Hannibal Thursday to face Clark County.
The Community R-VI Trojans led the Monroe City Panthers early, but gave up six errors on the way to a 5-15 loss Monday.
Sam Jett and Danielle Brooks had two hits each for the Trojans while Maddey Wieberg had one.
The Trojans return to the field tonight at Montgomery County.