Sequoyah’s Kylie Ruley successfully hits a bunt during a game against Cleveland on Aug. 27.

Claremore and Sequoyah softball suffered losses on Monday afternoon.

The Lady Zebras dropped a 5-4 decision to Coweta, while the Lady Eagles were dealt a 9-1 defeat at the hands of Bristow.

Claremore (14-6) held a 4-0 lead heading into the bottom of the fourth, but the Lady Tigers managed all five of their runs during that frame, as well as six of their 10 hits.

Jadyn Muns, Emily Rogers and Maddox Thomas accounted for six of the Lady Zebras’ eight hits, finishing with two apiece.

Alyssa Poorboy took the loss in the circle, surrendering 10 hits and a walk while striking out two through six innings.

Sequoyah (6-11) also saw a lead slip away, surrendering a 1-0 first-inning advantage after Bristow tallied four runs in the second.

The lone Lady Eagles run came when Lauryn Anderson scored on an error.

Emily Smith and Ivoree and Halee Wallin each collected one hit in the loss.

Sindey Roland last seven innings in the circle, allowing 16 hits while striking out four with no walks.

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