WAREHAM, MA – Making the trip over the bridge for the final time this season, the Harbor Hawks battled the Wareham Gatemen in an important divisional match up Wednesday night. Looking to keep their playoff slot, Hyannis came with a strong, focused mentality that showed early on, however did not carry throughout the game. The team would end up being shutout and fall to the second place Gatemen by a 5-0 score, dropping their record to 17-21, while remaining in fourth place in the western division.
Hyannis pitcher, Alex House, got his fourth start of the year in the Wednesday night game at Spillane Field. Going into the game, House had an ERA of 5.23 and in search of his first win. While pitching a little over four innings against the Gatemen, House struggled to contain Wareham’s bats in his final inning. House gave up all four earned runs in the fifth, before being relieved by pitcher, Matt Naylor. While Naylor was only on the mound for a brief time, he held off any further runs. The only other run that came by Wareham was in the seventh off of a single from Gavin Sheets that brought Cole Freeman across the plate.
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