The Red Demons found their offense in game two to grab the split.
The Dodge City baseball team ended their regular season with a split falling to Derby 5-2 in the opening game of their home triangle before beating Wichita-Southeast 9-4.
It was Derby who jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the third off of senior starter Luke Royle.
Royle and fellow senior Lucas Hefner got the runs back though in the bottom of the frame to tie it all back up at 2.
Royle cruised through the first two batters of the fourth inning but a walk and back-to-back two-out singles pushed the Derby lead back out to two.
Adrian Mendoza came to relieve Royle after Derby retook the lead and was mostly solid throughout his three innings, only giving up one more run on two hits.
Dodge City was only able to scrounge up three hits in the entire game and went hitless in the final three innings.
Offense was much less of an issue in game two versus Wichita-Southeast as the Red Demons matched their first game total of runs in the first as a sac-fly from Royle and a pop fly from Noah Sowers scored two to take a 2-1 lead.
Sowers would bring home another run in the bottom of the third on a grounder to right field. Rylen Allen grounded out directly after that scoring Sowers to open up the lead to 5-1.
Starter Lucas Hefner went six innings allowing four runs on six hits but only two of those four runs were earned.
Two runs for Southeast in the top of fifth and another in the top of the sixth cut Dodge's lead to one but a big bottom of the sixth left no doubt as singles from Hefner and Royle scored two a piece for a four-run bottom of the sixth to put the game away.
Up next, Dodge City will compete in regionals. Whether or not they'll host and who they'll play will be decided later this weekend.