WEST SENECA, Okla. — The Seneca Lady Indians dropped their sixth consecutive game with a 13-7 loss Monday night.

WEST SENECA, Okla. — The Seneca Lady Indians dropped their sixth consecutive game with a 13-7 loss Monday night.
Wyandotte stormed out to a 13-1 lead after 4 1/2 innings, then Seneca plated four in the fifth to stay alive and then added on two more runs in the seventh.
Haley Hart led Wyandotte with two runs scored and three RBI, and she drew three walks. Aranda Nair, Elizabeth Mensink, Ally Bartley, and Kallie Morisset each had two hits and Morriset led the team with three runs scored, while Jennelle Lundien, Hart, and Mensink each scored two runs.
Wyandotte reached double-figures in a few statistical categories, including runs scored (13), hits (13), walks (12), and strikeouts (11).
That meant a weird stat line for Seneca junior pitcher Mekaylee Beard and sophomore Chelsea Beville in the circle: 13 runs allowed (seven earned) on 13 hits over her seven innings. She struck out 11 and walked 12.
At the plate, Beard had a pair of hits and a pair of RBI, while Beville had three hits and Adron Durman added two more from the leadoff spot.
The Lady Indians managed eight hits and three walks.
Wyandotte stranded 11 runners and Seneca six.
Seneca, 1-6 on the season, returned to action Thursday in the Commerce Tournament. The Lady Indians picked up their lone win of the season thus far in Commerce, against Commerce in the season opener.
The field includes Seneca, Adair, Fairland, and defending champion Verdigris in the White pool and Afton, Commerce, East Newton, and Quapaw in the Blue pool.
Last season, Verdigris defeated East Newton for the championship, Fairland overcame Quapaw for third, and Seneca edged Commerce for fifth.
Seneca and East Newton are the lone Missouri schools in the field.
Verdigris is the top-ranked team in Oklahoma Class 3A, while Adair comes in at eighth in 3A and Fairland's ranked sixth in Class 2A.