The Glenbrook Lady Apaches split a pair of games this week, moving their record to 7-2 overall and 3-0 in district.
On Monday, the Lady Apaches beat Cenla, 6-1.
Jessica Mangrum took the hill for Glenbrook and improved her record to 4-0. She struck out six batters in the game.
Carsin Spurlock and Gracyn Gorman both had two hits and a RBI to lead the offense. Megan Sims and Shelby Nicholas both had two hits and Melody Hanson had a RBI-single. Macey Branch laid down a bunt-single and Katie Kidd added a base hit.
In Tuesday's loss to Prairie View Academy, Lucille Dayton pitched for the Lady Apaches and took the loss, dropping her record to 3-2.
Gorman had a RBI-triple and Leanna Cooper drove in a run with a single. Spurlock and Mangrum both added singles.
Glenbrook coach Jonathan Hardy wasn't happy with his team's inconsistency.
"We need to do a better job of coming out and playing the way we can, every time out," he said. "Sometimes we take days off and don't play to our full potential. We have to come to play every day and try to improve every day."
The Lady Apaches will be on the road in Rayville today, for a 4 p.m. varsity game against the Riverfield Lady Raiders.
Saturday, the Lady Apaches will take part in the River Oaks "Back to School" Tournament in Monroe. Glenbrook will play River Oaks at 9 a.m.