The Seneca Indians lost 3-0 in seven innings on Monday, despite outhitting Neosho four to three.
Kaylee Wolfinbarger had two extra-base hits for the Indians. She doubled in the second and fifth innings.
Jo Beard was a workhorse on the rubber for Seneca, allowing two earned runs, three hits and two walks while striking out two over seven innings of work.
Neosho went up for good in the fourth, scoring two runs on an RBI double by Logan Bates and a sacrifice fly by MaKale Harris.
Indians jump on Houndogs early and coast to 11-1 win
The Seneca Lady Indians jumped out to an early lead on Houndogs and captured an 11-1 victory on Thursday, Oct. 1.
With 10 runs in the first three innings, the Indians left no doubt about the eventual outcome.
An RBI triple by Payton Clouse and an RBI single by Cheyane Brown during the first inning and a wild pitch, an RBI triple by Clouse, and an RBI single by Brown in the second inning helped Seneca put some runs on the board early.
Clouse put herself in scoring position with two extra-base hits for the Indians.
Jo Beard brought the heat against the Houndogs during her outing. The Houndogs managed just three hits off of Beard, who allowed one earned run, walked none and struck out one during her six innings of work.
Clouse, Brown and Taylor Baker helped lead Seneca. They combined for six hits and seven RBIs.
Dual-threat carries Indians past Lamar 10-1
The Seneca Indians beat Lamar 10-1 Tuesday, Sept. 29, behind both the bat and the arm of Jo Beard.
Beard racked up three RBIs on two hits for the Seneca Indians Varsity. She singled in the third inning and doubled in the sixth inning.
Beard baffled Lamar, striking out five batters. Beard allowed one earned run on nine hits and three walks over six innings.
Five runs in the first three innings helped the Indians blow out Lamar. An error in the first inning and a steal of home by Kayleigh Hancock during the second inning fueled Seneca’s offense early.
The Indians piled on three more runs in the bottom of the third. Beard kicked things off with a single, bringing home Cheyane Brown. That was followed up by Taylor Mailes’s double, bringing home Beard and Chaney Platner.
Seneca answered Lamar’s top inning with one run of their own in the fourth on an RBI double by Platner.
Seneca increased its lead with four runs in the sixth, a clutch hit into a fielder’s choice scored Payton Clouse to open the scoring in the frame.