Tina Lutterman’s Perry Jayette softball team rallied Wednesday night to win their first Raccoon River conference game since 2018 defeating Carroll 5-4 at the PAC.  Perry trailed 3-1 entering the 4th inning but tied the game with two in the fourth and two more in the fifth to grab a 5-3 lead.  The Tigers scored one in the seventh but couldn’t pull off the rally.  Macy Killmer and Peyton Tunick had key at-bats in the decisive fifth inning with both players reaching base and scoring.  Lydia Olejniczak reach safely all three times while Jasmine Shriver provided a spark at the bottom of the order reaching base twice, scoring a run and stealing a base.  Jayna Kenney worked her second straight complete game victory striking out four while walking just one batter and scattering five hits.  Perry improves to 3-8 and will look for their third consecutive win tonight when they travel to Polk City for a battle with North Polk.  Perry’s last conference softball win was back on June 20th, 2018 when they defeated Carroll 2-0.