CLINTON, Miss. - The West Georgia Wolves baseball team blew a four-run lead on the road on Thursday night against Mississippi College to drop the Gulf South Conference series opener 6-5 in Clinton, Miss.

The loss is the fifth straight for West Georgia and drops the Wolves to 10-16 overall and 4-12 in GSC play as the Choctaws improve to 7-18 overall with a 5-10 mark in league play.

Mississippi College scored first in the game, plating a run on no hits, an error and a sacrifice fly in the opening inning. Two innings later, West Georgia tied things up as Price Peters went yard for the fourth time this season.

The Wolves put up a four spot in the fourth inning to build a 5-1 lead. Senior Drew Eady led off the frame with a single and then advanced to second on a sac bunt by Bradley Felkel. Kadkhodain grounded out and moved Eady to third, and then the Wolves went to work with two outs. Nassor Williamson, Price Peters, Ben Utley, and Ryan Raper strung together four consecutive hits to plate the four runs for the Wolves.

It was a pair of homeruns - a two run homer in the fifth and a solo shot in the sixth that allowed the Choctaws to cut the lead to 5-4.

The Choctaws got a pair of runs in the eighth to score the tying and game-winning runs as they took the series opener.

Ryan Parker got the start for the Wolves, and pitched well but struggled with the long ball. Parker's final line read 5.2 inning pitched with six hits and four runs, three of them earned.

At the plate, Price Peters put in a solid day, finishing the day going 3-for-5 with two runs scored and the RBI on the third inning solo shot. Nassor Williamson had a multi-hit game from the leadoff position as did Bradley Felkel and Drew Eady, who returned to the lineup after missing last weekend's series with an ankle injury.

The Wolves and Choctaws meet again tomorrow with a 2 p.m. EST doubleheader to wrap up the series on the road.