Sequoyah failed to end its lengthy losing streak Monday night against Wagoner.
The Eagles dropped their 10th-consecutive game in a 10-2 decision, surrendering 10 hits to the Bulldogs.
Sequoyah tried to make things interesting with two runs in the bottom of the fifth on a Jesse Razor single and a passed ball, trimming its deficit to 6-2, but Wagoner quickly made up for those in the sixth.
The Bulldogs took advantage of three Eagle errors and RBIs from Braven Bowman (single) and Trey Wood (double) to tack on four runs to the advantage, bringing the score to its final resting place.
Sequoyah committed six errors in all.
The score was tied through the first two innings, but Wagoner’s Bristo Love and Wood scored on the same error in the third to put the Bulldogs in front 2-0. Darius McNack added to that advantage on the next at-bat, driving in Colton Hill with an RBI groundout.
Not long after that, Eli Stevens and Gabe Rodriguez found home on a pair of passed balls, increasing the Bulldog lead to 5-0.
Wagoner didn’t score again until the fifth inning when Hill singled in Love with a line drive to left field.
Aside from Razor’s RBI single, the Eagles managed only one other hit, which came on a Trey Burks single in the seventh.
Chase Nanni earned the victory on the mound, striking out five while allowing no hits or walks on 50 pitches through four innings. McNack kept Sequoyah off balance as well during his three innings of relief, tossing four strikeouts on 67 pitches while surrendering two hits, two runs and four walks.
Brett Burks, Nathan Dorsey, Preston Patterson and Elyas Jano tallied nine strikeouts in a collective effort from the mound for the Eagles, but it wasn’t enough.
Dorsey took the loss despite throwing three strikeouts, allowing one hit, five runs and five walks on 72 pitches through 2.1 innings.
Sequoyah played at Wagoner on Tuesday night.