The win allowed the Colonels to even their Region 7-AAAA record at 1-1. They have won three consecutive games since falling to South Forsyth in their first region matchup of the season.
The Colonels never trailed in the contest as they scored on home runs by Connor Law and Dylan Williams -- and tacked their final run on in the seventh inning when Austin Gore was driven home by Chris Morton.
Law opened scoring for Cass in the top of the third when he used his long stroke to give the Colonels a 1-0 lead. Williams hit his homer the following inning.
Sequoyah scored in the bottom of the fourth, closing to 2-1.
Cass ended scoring in the 7th inning when Gore, pinch running for Chaz Wilson, was driven home by Morton. Wilson had coaxed a free pass from Sequoyah to get on base.
Gates walked two runners and was credited with one hit by pitch. The Chiefs allowed five hits while striking out two.
Jacob Weems took the loss for Sequoyah, who also was credited with two errors.
Hitting for the Colonels were Law, who was 2-for-3, with a double to go along with his homer; Williams, 1-for-3 with his homer; Dalton Parham, 1-for-4 with a single; Morton, 1-for-3 with his single.
Cass improved to 6-2 overall with the win. The Chiefs dropped to 0-8, 0-3 in the region.
The Colonels return to the diamond Friday when they visit Lambert. The game is to start at 5:55 p.m.