Sequoyah baseball went 2-for-3 against Rogers County competition the past week.
After defeating Inola 14-3 last Thursday, the Eagles earned a 14-0 shutout of Claremore Christian, which is in its first season since 2008, on Saturday before falling in a 13-2 decision to Catoosa on Monday.
Here is a recap of Saturday and Monday’s games:
Sequoyah 14, CCS 0: Four Eagles finished with multiple hits as the Eagles outhit the Warriors 13-1.
Nathan Dorsey led the charge with a 3-for-3 showing at the plate and a game-high 5 RBIs, notching a home run and a two singles. His homer came in the first inning and gave Sequoyah a quick 3-0 lead.
Elsewhere, Brett and Trey Burks both tallied a 2-RBI double while Preston Patterson, Jagger Dunfee and Jacob Murray each drove in runs with singles.
Trey Burks earned the win on the mound with two innings of action, striking out five while allowing no hits and two walks on 32 pitches. Elyas Jano pitched two innings as well, managing six strikeouts while surrendering two walks and a hit on 37 pitches.
Braden Parks, who took the loss for the Warriors, accounted for the team’s lone hit with a lead-off single in the fourth. Peyton Abbott and Tyler Stephens threw a combined 2.1 innings of relief for CCS.
Catoosa 13, Sequoyah 2: The Eagles held leads of 1-0 and 2-1 through the first two innings but ultimately couldn’t keep up with Catoosa’s bats.
The Indians finished with 11 hits, six of which came during an eight-run third inning. Gavin Ragsdale and Gavin Barclay drove in runs during that spurt, with Ragsdale notching a pair of doubles.
Ragsdale finished 3-for-4 at the plate to lead Catoosa, closing the game with a two-run homer in the fifth. Barclay, Lane Carnley and Trey Freeman had multiple hits as well with two apiece.
Cody Busch earned the win for the Indians, striking out four on 63 pitches in a complete-game effort. He surrendered two hits and two walks.
Brett Burks and Dunfee recorded Sequoyah’s two hits as Dorsey was handed the loss on the mound after allowing three hits, four runs and five walks while striking out two on 50 pitches through two innings.
Brett Burks, Patterson and Dunfee also pitched some innings for the Eagles.