SHAWNEE – After winning four games straight at their host tournament over the weekend, the Shawnee Wolves suffered a 21-2 setback at home Monday in a disctrict game against Owasso.

Austin Gonzales couldn't find his footing to start the game and Owasso cycled through the lineup with a 4-0 lead and bases loaded as Gonzales was relieved and Nick Bowlan came in to pitch. Owasso led off with a single and double and Gonzales walked five and struck out two.

Bowlan gave up a triple to Connor Beichler in the top of the lineup to score three runs and struck out Caleb Denny to end the bleeding down 7-0.

Denny sent a three-run blast to left in the third and Keaton Ranallo drove in three more with a two out triple to go up 14-0.

Kade Self ended the no-hitter in the bottom of the third with a hard grounder to third to score Cale Reed and Jay Easley singled to drive in Scout Cawvey to follow up.

Kyle Curren relieved Bowlan to start the fourth. He walked his first batter faced and gave up a double to Denny and triple to CD White to allow four runs on two hits.

Beichler led off the fifth with a standing triple to deep center and came in on a double to center by White to go up 20-2.

Cawvey came in to close things out.

Self singled again in the fifth with a hard grounder that went by the second baseman to become the only batter from Shawnee with multiple hits. Cawvey reached base twice on walks and Reed and Jacob Hill were both hit by pitch and walked. Creed Killgore was hit on his wrist by a pitch on a strike in the third and Krew Taylor replaced him for the rest of the at-bat and game.

The 8-6 Wolves travel to Owasso today for a rematch at 6 p.m.