WEST SENECA, Okla. — Seneca’s Chelsea Beville and Carthage’s Emily Calhoon were at the epicenter of a pitcher’s duel Monday night between the Lady Indians and the Lady Tigers at the Seneca Baseball and Softball Complex.

Hits and runs were both in scarce quantities Monday night.

The teams combined for nine hits over a game that went eight innings and the Lady Indians came through with a 2-1 win as Grace Johnson came home for the winning run on a Carthage error.

Both Seneca runs scored with the help of Carthage errors, one in the first and one in the eighth. For that matter, all three runs scored were unearned.

Seneca led 1-0 until Carthage pushed across the tying run in the sixth.

Beville earned the win, allowing one run (unearned) on five hits over eight innings. She struck out six and walked none.

Calhoon, meanwhile, took the loss, giving up two runs (unearned) on four hits over 7 2/3 innings. She struck out seven and walked three.

Adron Durman, Mekaylee Beard, Johnson, and Ali Kohler each collected one of Seneca’s hits.

Hallie Patrick led Carthage with two hits and Sydney Peters, Maddie Adams, and Kali Godfrey each picked up the other three hits. Peters earned the lone RBI in the contest.

Seneca improved to 9-10, while Carthage dropped to 12-11.