Montgomery County finished its season on a down note as the Cardinals dropped two games to the Bartlesville Indians, 6-2 and 11-2.
The Cardinals just couldn't seem to find an awful lot of offense. Mason Siegel drove in an RBI on a single to open the scoring in the first game, but other than another RBI single for Ryan Leiker in the third inning, that would be it. Meanwhile, Bartlesville would break a 2-2 tie with 4 runs in the fifth inning to bring the game to its eventual final score.
The second game saw Montgomery County again tie the game at 2-2 after the third inning, but things would go south once again as the Indians would score seven runs off of starting pitcher Aaron Rutherford and relief pitcher Easton Ewing. Two more runs in the fifth inning would see the Cardinals be run-ruled for the first time since June 30.
Leiker took the loss on the mound in the first game, while Rutherford took the loss for game two. With the two losses, Montgomery County ends its season at 20-13.