It was the Chiefs’ largest margin of victory this season.
Daniel Seres drove in two runs on three hits, including a double in the third inning.
Evan Ezell struck out seven batters and allowed just one earned run on three hits and no walks over six innings.
Sequoyah took a 2-0 lead in the second inning on an RBI double by Jacob Cagle and a groundout by Grant Pfost.
The Chiefs also scored twice in the fifth. The first run came from an RBI single by Ezell, who also had three hits in the game. Sequoyah got its final run off a wild pitch.
Sequoyah finished the game with 14 hits. Spencer Pfost went 2-for-2 with a run scored.
West Forsyth 8, Cherokee 7: The Warriors couldn’t get hits when it mattered and they committed eight costly errors in defeat.
Cherokee led 3-0 after Logan Hornback and Ty Ervin scored on a homer by Austin Pharr in the top of the first, but the Warriors saw West Forsyth respond with five runs in the bottom of the frame.
Cherokee tied the game in the second, and after six innings, the score stood at 7-all. It was in the bottom of the seventh that West Forsyth pushed the decisive run across the plate.
Pharr had a pair of hits for the Warriors, including a double in the second. Hornback finished 2-for-2 with two walks.