Fisher Meats and Frontline Construction disposed of their respective opponents Saturday and will meet in Tuesday’s championship game of Portland Junior League’s Minor softball division.
Fisher topped First Bank of Berne 5-4, and Frontline beat Crossroads Federal Financial Credit Union 11-6.
Kearston Myers led the way for the Fisher offense, tallying three hits in the win and Emma Swingley added a double.
Grace Brewster, Drew Dressel, Justice Day and Madison Eley all had singles for Fisher, and Clarissa Reidt drove in the winning run in the bottom of the sixth.
For Frontline, Olivia Bright had three hits and scored three times. Tricia Ison and Lexie Ferguson both had three hits.

Barnett’s wins
Three players slapped four hits each as Barnett’s Auto Parts edged Pak-A-Sak Saturday, 10-9.
Landon Garringer, Keegan Hough and Bryce Wenk had four hits each for Barnett’s, with Garringer hitting a home run, Hough smacking a double and a triple and Wenk tallying two doubles.
Austin Jellison led the way for Pak-A-Sak, notching four hits and Isaac Miller had three.

Jaguars second
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Jay County Jaguars 7-and-younger soccer team took second place in the Columbus Crew 3-on-3 Live Soccer Tournament held Saturday and Sunday.
The Jaguars went 3-2 on Saturday, including a 5-3 overtime win over the Hulks from Akron, Ohio, in the semifinal match, avenging their 5-4 defeat in the first game of the tournament.
In the final, the Jaguars took a 1-0 lead, but lost 6-2 to Jackson from Canton, Ohio.
Maddox Huffman led the Jaguars with nine goals in the tournament. Levi Muhlenkamp scored seven times, with Blake Collins and Cody McFarland netting four and two goals each.