PALM HARBOR UNIV: 2
After coming back from a victorious 3-0 win over the Virginia Beach Indians, the Seminole Warhawks faced off in their first conference game against the Palm Harbor University High School Hurricanes. Coming into this game with a 2-0 record, the Warhawks were the favored team to win after the Hurricanes lost to Calvary Christian on Feb.12, bringing their current record and standing to 1-1. The starting pitcher for the Warhawks was senior starter #37 Stephen Nobles. Seminole scored early in the bottom of the second inning when senior pitcher #3 Alex McGathey hit a double to center field bringing in sophomore #8 Jacob Silverstien and #31 Tylor Craft which put the game in their favor of 2-0. The Hurricanes would soon make a come back when they scored one run in the top of the 4th inning. The Warhawks would soon gain another run after second baseman Scotty Withrow generated a fly ball that would bring in another run for the Warhawks, making the score 3-2. Stephen Nobles would be pulled after the inning bringing his total pitch count for the game to 69. Stepping in to finish the game would be Seminole LHP and closer Damian Lovett. Lovett would close the game out giving the Warhawks another win, making now their record 3-0 for the season. Their next game is an away against East Lake High School on Wednesday February 20th another away game at Northeast. Their next home game is on Wednesday, February 27th at 7:00 pm. For more information about Seminole Warhawks baseball, visit their website at www.eteamz.com/seminolewarhawksbaseball/.