Reed fell 7-6 at Bishop Manogue on a walk off error Thursday afternoon.
With the loss, the Raiders dropped to 17-8, 10-8 and sit in a tie with Spanish Springs for sixth place. The Miners, who entered the day tied with the Raiders, improved to 11-14, 11-7.
Reed scored three times in the top of the fifth, on just one hit, to take a 6-5 lead.
The Miners scored once in the bottom of the sixth to tie it up before walking off with a win in the bottom of the seventh.
Reed plays two at Reno on Saturday then concludes the regular season next week with two against Spanish Springs.
Reno shuts down Spanish Springs
The Cougars’ losing streak reached seven games on Thursday with a 3-1 home loss to Reno.
Spanish Springs now sits at 15-11, 10-8. Reno, which remained two games back of first-place Galena, improved to 22-5, 13-4.
Ryan Anderson threw a complete game in the loss, allowing three runs on three hits and one walk. He struck out six.
He was outdueled by Austin Whan. Whan went six innings, allowing one run on six hits. He walked four and struck out two.
The Huskies jumped out to an early lead on a two-run Connor Allard home run in the top of the first.
Carson McCusker cut the gap in half in the bottom of the second when he led off with a solo home run, but the Cougs never drew even.
Kannon Campbell provided Reno an insurance tally in the top of the seventh with the third total home run of the afternoon, a solo blast.
Spanish Springs outhit Reno 6-3 in the defeat, led by Joey Arterburn’s 3-for-3 afternoon.
The Cougars go to Wooster for a double dip on Saturday followed by two against Reed next week before the regional tournament.