The Galeton Lady Tigers softball team improved to 8-4 on the season with wins over Port Allegany and Smethport last week.

On the road against the Lady Gators, Galeton got to work early. The Lady Tigers scored seven runs in the top half the first inning.

On defense, Galeton held Port Allegany scoreless for the entire game.

At the plate, the Lady Tigers continued to produce runs. Galeton put five more runs on the scoreboard between the second and the fourth to cruise to a 12-0 victory.

Jessie Evans led Galeton at the plate with two hits, four RBIs and scored once.

Cara Parsell went 1-for-2 and scored once in the win.

Parsell led the Lady Tigers defensively with three put outs. Evans was responsible for two put outs in the win.

Regan Fuller recorded eight strike outs for Galeton.

Galeton kept the ball rolling Thursday at home when they hosted the Smethport Lady Hubbers.

After a scoreless first at bat, the Lady Tigers put one run on the board in the second and another five in the third.

Smethport was down 6-0 before they scored their first run in the fourth.

Galeton kept the offense going with three runs in the fourth and another four runs between the fifth and sixth.

Smethport added a run in the sixth but Galeton already had the game well in hand and went on to win 13-2 in six innings.

Evans led the Lady Tigers at the plate again with two hits, three RBIs and one run scored. Brielle Kalacinski also had two hits, three RBIs and a run scored in five plate appearances.

Haylee Ludington went 1-for-3 with an RBI and two runs scored.

Kate Kulish had two RBIs on a 1-for-4 night at the plate.

Fuller continued to dominate from the mound with four strike outs and just three hits in the win.

Galeton entered this week on a three-game win streak and looked to keep that streak alive against Northern Potter Monday before a matchup with North Penn-Liberty Tuesday.