By Matt Wenzel Pioneer News Network MANISTEE \u2014 Brandon Dooley made a change in his delivery this season and it continues to pay off. The Manistee senior turned in another quality start by throwing a two-hit shutout in a 10-0 series-opening win against Reed City on Wednesday. Dooley also finished what he started by getting the final out in a 5-3 victory to complete the sweep. The Chippewas (17-12) scored two in the second inning, then plated seven in the third on two hits and six walks. That was more than enough offense for Dooley. Sean Woodside started on the mound for the Coyotes (15-16) and lasted just one inning. Josh Saez threw 1 1\/3 innings of relief and Eric Reed went the rest of the way while striking out two. Codie Strach and Dylan Kichak each had a double to represent Reed City\u2019s lone hits. \u201cIt took us a while to wake up,\u201d said Reed City coach Scott Shankel. \u201cEven in the second game, we were still not with it. \u201cIf you don\u2019t hit the ball, it\u2019s hard to score runs.\u201d Manistee jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning of the second game, added one in the second and two in the fifth, and then held off a late rally as Reed City scored three in the sixth. Mike Barton allowed three earned runs on five hits with four strikeouts and eight walks over six innings. \u201cI thought Mike pitched a great second game,\u201d Shankel said, \u201cand in all honesty, these kids don\u2019t see the mound a lot.\u201d Kichak had two hits and an RBI, Saez had two hits and scored a run and Jordon Rolston singled in a run. For the series, Manistee made just one error and allowed just eight Reed City hits. On Thursday, the Coyotes lost a pair of Central State Activities Association (CSAA) games to Holton 4-2 and 11-0. In the first game, Strach took the loss but fanned eight batters and allowed just two hits. Strach, Glen Ryder and Dylan Kichak had hits for Reed City. In the second game, the Coyotes had one hit from Strach.