The Glen Rose Lady Tigers suffered their fifth straight loss on Monday, dropping a 13-3 decision to Godley in their District 8-4A softball contest on the road.

The Lady Tigers had lost to Alvarado last Friday, 14-4.

The losses dropped them to 1-5 in district and 5-9 overall.

Godley out-hit the Glen Rose girls 15-6, and started off with a big blow in the bottom of the first inning by scoring seven runs. That quickly erased the 1-0 lead the Lady Tigers had posted in the top of the frame.

The Lady Wildcats added six more in the fourth to end the game on the 10-run mercy rule.

Three of the six Glen Rose hits were doubles, by Kashanna Bryant, Stormi Burns and Taylor McKenzie, who was 2-for-3. Abby Green, Bryant and McKenzie drove in one run each.

Courtney Morris was the starting pitcher for GRHS and gave up seven runs in one inning, but only two were recorded as earned runs. In relief, McKenzie worked the final three frames and allowed six runs on 10 hits.

The loss to Alvarado also ended on the 10-run rule, after the Lady Indians notched six runs in the bottom of the sixth.

The Lady Tigers were out-hit 17-7, but had gained a 2-0 lead in the top of the first inning.

Tatum Stegint drove in two runs for Glen Rose, going 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles. Stormi Burns was also 2-for-3, and drove in one run, while Sydney Lozier also doubled.

McKenzie went the distance pitching, striking out six and walking one. Fourteen of the runs were earned.

The Lady Tigers are scheduled to play Waxahachie Life at home Thursday.  Next will be a road contest at Stephenville on Tuesday, with the varsity game slated to start at 7 p.m.