Sticking with softball, IMS was on the road facing Tri-County. IMS scored first with Mo Brenneman draw a walk, stealing second and third and scoring on a bad throw to third. Tri-County though would put up three runs in the second, five in the fourth and three more late to get up 11-4. IMS would rally in three more runs but would fall 11-7. IMS Head Coach Chris Nachtigall says they have struggled to make plays defensively and offensively. He says they had 13 hits and only scored 7 runs while Tri-County had only five hits and scored 11 runs. IMS is now 1-2 on the season and will face WACO tonight.