Coach Firenzi and Novato’s Head Coach Jason Searle exchange line-ups and go over ground rules from plate umpire Johnny Marble before a capacity crowd at Alberts Park. If you showed up late you missed one of baseball’s rarities as Novato pulled off a 6-4-3-2 triple play in the bottom of the 1st. Novato would again end a prospective Giants rally in the bottom of the 2nd with a double play. However, the Giants relentless hitting attack attack would plate 6 runs while solid defense and pitching from Zach Cohen would hold the Hornets to just 2. Cohen earned his 3rd MCAL win in the Giants last three MCAL games, pitching 6 2/3 innings. Zach Kopstein closed out the game getting the final out for the Giants. Redwood takes a 9-1 season record and an undefeated MCAL (4-0) record into next week when they start on the road against inter-district rival Drake (3-1). The Varsity Giants close their week at home against San Rafael.