SHAWNEE –– Shawnee suffered their second district loss in a row Friday after a 14-7 road loss to Coweta.

The Wolves had trouble holding onto the ball, fumbling five times and losing it three of those and Jack Diamond threw one interception. Diamond ammassed 206 yards passing, completing 21 of his 39 attempts.

Shawnee's rushers went 99 yards on 24 carries to beat out Coweta's total yards on the ground. Almost all-around the Wolves were better on paper but were still unable to come up with the win, due in part to 110 yards worth of penalties.

Coweta tossed two interceptions and had 106 yards in penalties but had less trouble holding onto the ball, fumling once but retaining the possession.

Diamond and Christian Patterson linked up in the second quarter for a 14-yard touchdown pass but Shawnee was unable to find any success from there.

The Wolves defense gave up a 63-yard touchdown pass in the third as Coweta tied the game and the Tigers pulled ahead with a 15-yard pass in the fourth.

Shawnee drops to 2-4 (0-2) on the season with the loss. They will host 1-5 (1-2) Glenpool next week in their homecoming game.