After an 11-0 loss at home to Monett on Tuesday, the Aurora Lady Houns are still searching for their first win of the 2018 fall softball season.
Monett put up two runs in the first and added to the lead in the top of each inning, while the Aurora offense struggled to put runners on base. The game ended after five innings with Monett leading by more than the necessary 10 runs.
Coach James Hoffman's team scratched out just two hits on the day, one each by Jacelyn Brinley and Elizabeth Martin. Kaysie Carr also reached base on a walk.
Bethany Rogers was the losing pitcher for the Lady Houns, throwing five innings and allowing seven earned runs on seven hits. Rogers struck out three and issued six walks.
The Lady Houns will look to put some tallies in the win column in the Walnut Grove tournament this weekend, before taking a trip to East Newton on Tuesday.