Tyler Warren earned the win as he shut down the Red-Tailed Hawks in the top of the 8th in a game that the Giants commanded but kept letting Tam in. The Giants tallied 6 errors on the day. Unfortunately, all of the errors led to Tam runs, putting them back in the game as Giants pitching would only give up 1 earned run on the day. Redwood exploded for 14 hits, with Aaron Halford, Nicolas Belgum, Riley Moore and Gregory Block all banging 2 hits apiece. Ashton Finegold, Sean McKenna, Henry Zeisler, Riley Marsh, Zach Tonnerre, and Charlie Quanstrom also added hits to the Giants total. Finegold had the defensive play of the game making a run-saving diving grab of a line drive in center. Nicolas Belgum started on the mound, pitching 4 innings and giving up 2 runs, neither were earned. Aaron Halford pitched 1 and 1/3 giving up no earned runs and Tyler Warren shut it down, pitching 1 and 2/3 innings, facing 5 batters and getting 5 outs, as the Giants defense stepped up behind him. With the game tied 6-6 in the bottom of the 8th, Riley Moore blasted his second hit of the day, a double that would sail over the left-fielders head. After Ashton Finegold was intentionally walked to load the bases, Tyler Warren came to the plate. Warren squared to bunt and the deception was enough to induce a wild pitch. Riley Moore read the pitch perfectly and scored on the ‘dirty-ball’ and he slid into home for the walk-off win. Redwood is on the road at Novato on Friday.