WEST SENECA, Okla. — What a wild one the Neosho Lady Wildcats and the Seneca Lady Indians played during their regular season finale on Monday.

The teams combined for 23 runs and 31 hits and Seneca catcher Ali Kohler gave Seneca a 12-11 win on a two-run walkoff double.

Four different Seneca players had four hits: Adron Durman, Chelsea Beville, Kohler, and Mikayla French. Mekaylee Beard and Grace Johnson each had a pair of hits. Durman scored three runs, while Beville and Johnson each scored twice. Kohler and Beard each drove in three runs, Johnson drove in two, and Durman, Beville, French, and Gracie Heckart each reached the RBI column.

Durman tripled and the Lady Indians bashed out six doubles, Beville with two and Chaney Platner, Johnson, Beard, and Kohler each with one.

Beville earned the win in relief, allowing no runs on two hits over three innings. She struck out one and walked none.

Seneca committed 10 errors and the Lady Indians dug themselves a 11-6 hole after Neosho scored five in the first and six in the fourth. None of the 11 runs scored against Seneca starter Beard, in fact, were earned.

Kaitlyn Hawkins led Neosho's offensive attack with a home run and three RBI. Kaylee Johnson doubled among her two hits, scored two runs, and drove in two. Tori Frazier had a pair of hits and a pair of runs scored. Mikayla Long doubled and scored two runs. Breanna Slavens and Megan Geller each singled and drove in a run.

By comparison, Neosho had just a single error and collected 10 hits.

Neosho finished its regular season 11-15, its first under head coach and former Neosho High standout Catie Cummins, who played collegiately at Pittsburg State. The 11 wins surpass last season by a win and two seasons ago by four wins.

Seneca entered district competition with a 12-13 overall record. Please keep in mind the Lady Indians once lost seven consecutive games early in the season and started out 2-8 after 10 games. The Lady Indians finished the season 10-5 after that start.