The Henryetta Dirtbags were not able to overcome a seven-run attack by the Keys Cougars in the second game of districts Thursday losing out 9-5.

Henryetta jumped ahead by two runs in the first when Kalil Lewis got a right field single scoring Kiley Johnson and D.J. Jones.
His two-run hit was the first in a couple of bright spots for the HHS boys. The second came when Garrett Flanary slammed an over the fence homer in the fourth that was good for three runs. It put Henryetta down by two, 7-5. In the fifth inning, Henryetta had Ryder Hudson, Brannon Murphy and Hayden Horton on base but couldn't get the hits to put Henryetta back in the lead.
Keys added two more runs in the seventh that ended the year for Henryetta.
In the first game, the Dirtbags led 2-0 in the first four frames with RBI scores by Cade Furer and Lewis.
The Cougars used a series of singles and a double to jump ahead 4-2 but that was short-lived when Hudson and Lewis tied up the game on RBIs in the sixth.
A run scored by Eric Gray in the seventh gave hope that Henryetta would win but Keys came back with two runs for a 6-5 win.