Hailee Wallin

Sequoyah first baseman Hailee Wallin (15) catches a ball for an out against Cleveland in a 10-5 loss on Monday. Wallin tallied two of the Lady Eagles’ five hits during their 3-0 loss to Miami on Thursday night.

Sequoyah softball is once again looking for answers.

The Lady Eagles dropped their third-consecutive game and second-straight shutout on Thursday afternoon, losing a 3-0 decision to Miami on the road.

Sequoyah lost to Mannford, 12-0, on Tuesday after suffering a 10-5 defeat at the hands of Cleveland on Monday.

Now 3-5 overall and 2-2 in District 4A-8, the Lady Eagles look to avenge the Mannford loss when they host the Lady Pirates at 5 p.m. on Monday.

One bright spot for Sequoyah was Hailee Wallin.

The junior tallied two of the Lady Eagles’ five hits, recording a double in the fourth inning and a single in the seventh.

Although Sequoyah pitcher Sidney Roland gave up seven hits, only one resulted in points for Miami.

A sacrifice bunt from Brooke Bashore in the first inning and a Beca Hopping groundout RBI accounted for the Lady Bulldogs’ first two runs.

Hopping added an RBI double to her stat line in the fifth, scoring Jessie Ishmael.

Roland, who notched a double in the second inning, also struck out five Miami batters while walking only one on 77 pitches through six innings.

Jadie Cheater led the Lady Bulldogs (4-1, 0-1) at the plate with three hits. Ishmael and Hopping were close behind with two apiece.

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