Harbor Hawk Offense Held in Check, Fall to the Gateman 5-1

WAREHAM— The Hyannis Harbor Hawks looked to stay hot after sweeping the Sunday double header over the weekend, as they took a trip over the bridge to face the Gateman in Wareham Tuesday night. Kevin Coulter, the 6’5” right-hander out of Mercer, got the nod as the Hawks starting pitcher. He brought with him a . . . → Read More: Harbor Hawk Offense Held in Check, Fall to the Gateman 5-1

Hyannis Sweeps the Sunday Double Header at McKeon Park, 9-2

The Hyannis Harbor Hawks looked for the Sunday sweep after taking the first leg in the double header. Ryan Weiss (Wright State U.) got the start in game 2 for Hyannis coming in with a 1-0 record in 2 starts, 9-innings of work, and allowing just 1 earned run. Weiss seemed poised for a strong . . . → Read More: Hyannis Sweeps the Sunday Double Header at McKeon Park, 9-2

Hawks Take Game 1 of the Double Header Against the Anglers, 8-5

The Hyannis Harbor Hawks (3-6-1) looked to put a stop to the team’s 4-game slide Sunday afternoon, as they took on the Chatham Anglers (5-5) in the first of two 7-inning games at McKeon Park.

Michael Brettell (Central Michigan) got the start in game one for the Harbor Hawks. Brettell came into Sunday’s action . . . → Read More: Hawks Take Game 1 of the Double Header Against the Anglers, 8-5

The Bourne Braves take the W in a Back and Forth Affair, Final 8-6

The Hyannis Harbor Hawks looked for redemption in Saturday night’s action against the Bourne Braves. The Braves were able to hold off the Hawks and avoid a complete collapse in the game Friday night at McKeon Park. The Harbor Hawks had battled back from a 7-1 deficit, scoring 5 in the bottom of the 8th, . . . → Read More: The Bourne Braves take the W in a Back and Forth Affair, Final 8-6

Hawks Nearly Pull Off Comeback, Fall Short to Braves, 7-6

The Hyannis Harbor Hawks took the field at McKeon Park Friday night against the Bourne Braves. The Hawks looked to bounce back after a tough 10-5 loss Thursday night in Falmouth, sending MD Johnson (Dallas Baptist U.) to the mound. The fan favorite, Red Cape Cod Baseball jerseys were on display tonight, as they are . . . → Read More: Hawks Nearly Pull Off Comeback, Fall Short to Braves, 7-6

Commodores’ Late Inning Explosion is Too Much for the Harbor Hawks

The Hawks started the 1st with hits by both Reece Hampton and Daniel Robinson but were unable to bring home a run. Matthew Mervis from Duke was on the bump and threw a clean first inning but struggled in the second.

The Commodores led off with a home run to dead center field to take . . . → Read More: Commodores’ Late Inning Explosion is Too Much for the Harbor Hawks

The Gatemen Offense Powers Past the Hawks, Final 10-2

The Harbor Hawks took on the Wareham Gatemen at McKeon Park Wednesday night. The Hawks were confident with their Opening Day starter, Kevin Coulter (Mercer U.), on the mound but this one was all Gatemen from the get-go.

The Gatemen jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the first-inning courtesy of a solo shot . . . → Read More: The Gatemen Offense Powers Past the Hawks, Final 10-2

Ford Proctor Goes Deep, Hawks Take Down Anglers 5-3

Tonight’s ball game at beautiful Veterans Field opened with a Reece Hampton double to left field. Although it was the first time this year the Hawks were threatening to score in the opening inning, they were unable to get Hampton past 3rd base. The bottom of the inning started the same for Chatham as they . . . → Read More: Ford Proctor Goes Deep, Hawks Take Down Anglers 5-3

The Bats Awaken for Hyannis as they take down Wareham, 6-2

The Harbor Hawks took down the Wareham Gatemen in Monday’s rematch with a final score of 6-2. After 21 straight scoreless innings for the Hawks offense, they finally broke through and scored a season-high 6 runs in the win.

Michael Brettell out of Central Michigan got the start tonight for a Hawk’s team that has . . . → Read More: The Bats Awaken for Hyannis as they take down Wareham, 6-2

A Pitcher’s Duel Results in a Scoreless Tie for the Harbor Hawks

Following a 6-0 loss to Harwich this afternoon on Father’s Day, the Harbor Hawks played the second game of a double header at Whitehouse field. Since it was a double header, each game would only be 7 innings for time purposes.

Brooks Crawford took the mound tonight for the Hyannis Harbor Hawks in game 2. . . . → Read More: A Pitcher’s Duel Results in a Scoreless Tie for the Harbor Hawks