OAKLAND CITY -- Seventeen was not a lucky number for the Wood Memorial baseball team on Saturday.
The Trojans allowed 17 runs in a pair of losses on Saturday.
In the first game, North Knox pounded out 12 hits and took advantage of eight Wood Memorial miscues en route to a 17-4 five-inning romp. The Warriors scored 10 runs in the third inning to take control of the game.
In the second game, Pike Central punished Wood Memorial pitching to the tune of 15 hits in a 17-7 five-inning win.
The two losses drop the Trojans to 0-16 on the season.
Against the Warriors, Gramm Collins and Tyler Miksell led the Trojans offense with a pair of hits apiece.
Miksell also drove in two runs.
Harden Hunter and Jordan Cooper added singles in the loss while Hunter and Noah Casey had an RBI apiece.
Collins pitched all five innings in the loss.
Against Pike Central, the Trojans recorded seven hits and produced a season-best seven runs.
Miksell (2-for-4, RBI) and Hunter (2-for-3) combined for four hits. Hunter had a double and scored three runs.
Owen Day went the distance on the hill in the loss.