The Fairbury Jeffs softball team would take on Auburn battling back and forth until the fourth inning as Auburn would pull away to win 15-6. For the Jeffs offense, Malayne DeBoer, Jami Mans, Aspen DeFrain, and Anna York each collected one hit. It was DeFrain and DeBoer who also came away with one RBI as well for the Jeffs.\nMans took the mound and the loss after lasting seven innings, allowing 16 hits and 15 runs while striking out one with no walks on the outing.\nThe Fairbury Jeffs softball team bounced back as they show a consistent offense as they best Milford 11-3 on Sept. 9. The Jeffs collected 11 runs off of 12 hits as a team.\nA number of Jeffs were able to create some offense as Jami Mans, Casidy Sipek, TeLeia Cervantes, Olivia L\u2019Ecuyer all collected two hits to lead the team.\nThe biggest swing for the Jeffs came from Sipek hitting a home run in the fourth inning over left field.\nSipek and L\u2019Ecuyer both came away with three RBI to lead the Jeffs offense.\nJami Mans grabbed the victory for the Jeffs after allowing six hits and three runs over six innings, striking out six in the process for a strong performance for Mans.\nA tough Ashland Tournament saw the Fairbury Jeffs softball go 0-3 on the weekend.\nTheir first game against Ashland-Greenwood it was a pitcher\u2019s dual as the final score would be a 1-2 loss for the Jeffs. Jami Mans would lead the bats for the Jeffs going two for four, while Sipek and Anna York also collected one hit each as well.\nMans took the loss on the mound for the Jeffs after pitching over six innings, allowing two runs on five hits, and striking out five.\nTheir second game would be against Ralston as the Fairbury Jeffs were unable to complete the comeback losing 10-5.\nAspen DeFrain, Izzy Ohlde, Malayne DeBoer, and Jayden Tracey all collected one hit for the Jeffs.\nMans took the loss for the Jeffs lasting six innings, allowing 13 hits and ten runs while striking out four and walking one.\nThe third game saw the Jeffs fall to Gross Catholic 2-16.\nGross Catholic was able to get on the scoreboard first, but then was answered in by the swing of Sipek as she would smack a home run on a 0-2 count, scoring the two runs for the Jeffs.\nMans took the loss after allowing ten hits and nine runs over two innings, striking out two and walking zero.\nAspen DeFrain would throw two innings in relief.