SEQUOYAH — The Claremore Sequoyah baseball team dropped a 6-2 decision to Stilwell as the teams split a 4A District 7 series Tuesday. The Eagles downed Stilwell 11-1 Monday. The two teams are 3-1 atop the district standings.
Verdigris handed Webster another lopsided loss Tuesday. After winning 31-0 at the Birdcage Monday, the Cardinals won 27-0 on the road Tuesday. Verdigris is 7-1 and 6-0 in District 4A-5.
In other scores from around Rogers County, it was Catoosa 15, Checotah 10; Fairland 8, Chelsea 2; Ketchum 15, Foyil 0; Fort Gibson 15, Inola 1; and NOAH 6, Oologah 5.
Stilwell 6, Sequoyah 2 — Sequoyah had 10 hits in Tuesday’s 6-2 loss to Stilwell, but only one of them were timely.
In the fifth, Brycen McCoy was hit by a pitch to open the bottom of the fifth, and Logan Patterson followed with a two-run dinger, cutting the Stilwell lead to 4-2. Tristan Diaz and Hayden Clark followed with singles and Trinton Christian was hit by a pitch to load the bases. But a pair of strikeouts ended the threat.
Stilwell added couple of runs in the sixth for insurance.
Diaz was 3-for-4 while Clark and Jon Snipes were each 2-for-4.
Clark pitched 4 1/3 innings for the loss. He allowed four runs on seven hits and struck out 6.
Diaz pitched the final 2 2/3 innings. He gave up two runs on four hits with three strikeouts.
Verdigris 27, Webster 0 — Verdigris’ Cole Woods threw his third no-hitter of the season, striking out seven in three innings as the Cardinals routed Webster 27-0 Tuesday.
The Cardinals had 13 hits. Woods was 3-for-4 with five RBIs off two doubles. Kade Keith homered and had three RBIs. Dylan Shew and Ty Moore were each 2-for-3 with three RBIs. Jacob Schoeling drove in three runs.
Webster pitching walked 11 Cardinals. Starting pitcher Caleb Youngpuppy gave up 18 earned runs on nine hits in 1 2/3 innings.
Fort Gibson 15, Inola 1 — Six Inola errors didn’t cause Tuesday’s 15-1 loss to visiting Fort Gibson — but they didn’t help either.
The Tigers scored in every inning, taking control with a five-run third. They finished it off with a five-run sixth.
Inola had four hits, one each from Jordan Spurlock, Max Wright, Jordan Pickell and Lance Jones.
Spurlock was the losing pitcher. He gave up six runs, four earned, on four hits. Matthew Trolinger threw 3 2/3 innings, allowing nine runs, three earned, on seven hits.
Ketchum 15, Foyil 0 — The Panthers got two hits and committed five errors in Tuesday’s 15-0 loss to Ketchum.
Mason Webb was 1-for-2 and Zack Meeks doubled for Foyil.
Meeks was the losing pitcher. He went the distance, allowing 15 runs, 10 earned, on nine hits in four innings.
NOAH 6, Oologah 5 — Visiting NOAH erased Oologah’s 2-0 lead and held on for a 6-5 win at Oologah Tuesday.
Oologah, still looking for its first win of the season, was in good shape early. Kellen Keeter singled to lead off the first and later scored on a bases-loaded walk to Wyatt Johnson. Another walk by Hayden Robertson forced in another run for the 2-0 cushion.
But NOAH took the lead for good on back-to-back doubles and a single in the second inning.
An Oologah error in the third made it 4-2, a hit batter and an RBI-single made it 5-2 in the fourth, and two singles and a sacrifice fly in the fifth made it 6-2.
Oologah finally stopped the bleeding in the bottom of the fifth. A Cooper Christian single and a NOAH error allowed him to score to make it 6-3. But the Mustangs left the bases loaded.
The Mustangs had one last gasp in the sixth. Kellen Keeter drew a one-out walk and Carson Keeter doubled him home with two outs. It was now 6-4. An error off a Bonner Pennington grounder brought home Carson Keeter and it was 6-5. But a fly out ended the rally, and Oologah went down 1-2-3 in the seventh.
Johnson was 2-for-3 for Oologah.
Dane Johnson took the loss, allowing six runs, five earned, on nine hits in 5 2/3 innings. Devin Holmes pitched the final 1 1/3 innings and allowed one hit.