The Glen Rose Lady Tigers bounced back from a road loss Monday with a resounding 16-1 softball victory over Ferris at home.

Coach Kiel Miller’s Lady Tigers lost a narrow 6-5 decision Monday to Alvarado, in which a four-run rally in the fourth through sixth innings fell short.

Glen Rose out-hit Ferris Tuesday afternoon, 12-2, and blew open the game with six runs in both the second and third innings in support of Taylor McKenzie, who pitched the four-inning two-hitter. She struck out six and walked just one.

Addison Nance was credited with three runs batted in, while Tatum Stegint, Kaycee Bock and Mallory Goff each had two RBI.

Kaylee McDonald, Belle McDonald, Alexis Drugan and Goff had two hits apiece. McDonald tripled, while Drugan, Stegint and Goff clubbed doubles.

In the loss Mondy, Glen Rose out-hit Alvarado nine to six overall. Five errors were attributed to Alvarado, which scored four times in the third inning to break open a 1-1 tie.

Belle McDonald went 3-for-4 with a double, and drove in two runs. Nance, who drove in one run, and Stegint were both 2-for-4. Goff added one RBI, while Kaylee McDonald doubled and Bock added a single.

Nance, who started and worked five innings, took the loss. She gave up all six runs on six hits. Taylor McKenzie struck out two and did not allow a hit in her one inning of work.

The next game scheduled for the Lady Tigers marks the start of District 7-4A play, Tuesday, March 19, at Brownwood (varsity at 7 p.m.).