Emma Johnson had a record-setting week at the North Dakota All-Star Softball series.
Johnson, a recent graduate of West Fargo Sheyenne, set a new scoring record in the modified home run derby, finishing with a score of 31.
Johnson, former Mustang teammate Kiley Washnieski and West Fargo graduate Courtney Boll also helped the East team grab a needed win after the West team won the first two games by the scores of 7-5 and 10-8.
Trailing the West 4-0 entering the third inning, Johnson helped cut into the deficit with an RBI single, then scored on a three-run home run by Central Cass graduate Payton Richter.
After Washnieski drew a walk, Boll extended the East lead by blasting a two-run homer to left. The East scored nine runs in the inning en route to an 11-6 win.
Aside from her home run derby record, Johnson, a Concordia College commit, also set tournament record for walks drawn (4) and putouts (18).
Washnieski, who took first in the infield throwing accuracy competition, finished the tournament 3-for-7 at the plate with two runs scored.
Boll, who was second with a score of 10 in the outfield accuracy competition, had four RBIs and scored three runs, while former Packer teammate Lauren Diemert drove in three runs in the tournament.