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Baseball: Hawaii versus Nevada (Game 3)UPDATED 7:01 PM HST Mar 16, 2014Video Transcript
Welcome to sports, Jahmai Webster here.... After dropping TWO contest to Nevada to opening up their four-game series with their former WAC rival, including squandering a THREE run lead in the 9th inning last night where they surrendered EIGHT runs in the loss, the Rainbow Baseball team bounced back after a rocky start... Perfect sunday afternoon at the ballpark for family... Rainbow Warriors facing a early hole. Top half of the first... Jordan Devenzenski gets the Wolfpack on the board. Sending that Jarrett Arakawa offering through the hole on the left side. Scored Kamehameha grad Kewby Meyer. Meyer hit 3-for-4 in this contest... Arakawa worked 7- innings, striking out TWO, but Devenzenski had his number... PERFECTLY placed bunt scores another in the third. Rainbow Warriors rally... Kalei Hanawahine taking Jason Deitrich for a ride. Kamehameha graduate with this double to put U-H in scoring position. Here comes Kaeo Alividao... He gets enough of this pitch to score Hanawahine. Aliviado had THREE r-b-i in the game... And despite another Nevada rally U-H prevails.. Wolfpack tied it at 3 in the eighth, but Adam Hurley roped a single scoring THREE off an error... 6-3 the final.... U-H improves to 8-and-11, final game of the series is tomorrow NIGHT. Major League baseball SPRING TRAINING.... Mets beat the Cardinals 10-4, but in the loss Hilo native and former Rainbow second baseman Kolten Wong continues to swing a hot bat. 20--11 first round draft pick 1-for-2 today with this r-b-i single, tying him with the team lead this spring for runs batted in.