RED BANK – Red Bank Catholic’s softball team had one of its better hitting performances in its 15-3 rout of Jackson Memorial in a first round Shore Conference Tournament game Saturday.RBC scored in four of the five innings in the game, which was halted in the fifth inning by the Mercy Rule after Brianna Hagan cracked a three-run homer over the left field fence to give RBC a 12 run lead.“As long as we keep playing the way we have recently, we’ll be okay,” said RBC coach Tony Flego. “Since this is a tournament game, it will be down and out if we lose.“We still have a lot to prove,” said Flego. “We had the bats in this game but, to remain successful, our pitching has to be good and our defense must be tight, which we did today.”Taylor Lane, Tess Griswold and winning pitcher Gabby Bram had the big hits in the game.Lane, batting lead-off, collected a single, double and scored four runs while Griswold batted in three runs with a double and two singles. Bram won her ninth game of the year and added a two-run double.The big innings for RBC were the fourth and fifth when it combined for 11 runs.Bram and Griswold both had two-run doubles in the fourth inning when the Caseys scored six runs and sent 10 players to the plate.Allison Savino and Griswold both had RBI hits in the fifth inning before Hagan, as a pinch-hitter, homered to bring an end to the game.“It’s nice to win because it is coming down to the last few games,” said Bram, one of only two seniors on the team. “Now we have to keep winning.”“Our team has come to play every day,” said Flego. “We’re very young with Bram and Brynne Baumann the only seniors. We also have two freshman starters. The rest are juniors and sophomores.”RBC will play Pinelands Friday in a conference quarter-final game.