On a foggy and rainy season-opener, the East Coweta Indians outhit visiting Woodward Academy, but lost on the scoreboard, dropping a 4-2 decision against the War Eagles.
The War Eagles took a 1-0 lead with a run in the top of the fourth.
East Coweta pushed two runs across the plate in the fourth inning, but couldn’t hold off the Woodward Academy’s three-run rally in the top of the sixth inning.
East Coweta struck for both of its runs in the fourth, getting help from the middle of the line up.
The Indians offensive fireworks came with two-out rally.
Keegan Rich reached on a single and Logan Frady drove in the first run of the game with a triple.
One batter later, Jeff Sangster added an RBI with a single to score Frady.
East Coweta sent five pitchers to the plate in Monday night’s opener.
Starter Austin Bunn threw 53 pitches in his four innings of work, setting down five with strikeouts and walking one. Quinlan Wiley struckout one and Daniel Smith two.
Frady led the Indians’ offense with two hits.
Bunn walked the lead-off man to open the game, but then 10 in row.
The War Eagles picked up their first hit of the game in the top of the fourth when Reid Christensen reached on a one-out single for Woodward’s first hit of the game.
Michael Sorrow drove in the War Eagles’ first run of the game.
East Coweta put runners on base in the first and second inning, but couldn’t bring them around to score.
Landon Underhill drew a one-out walk in the first inning for the Indians first base runner of the game, and Frady had the first of his two base hits when he singled in the second.
East Coweta gets back into action on Friday night at home when it host Griffin.