The Cardinals scored a run on a wild pitch to beat the Warriors 1-0 in the championship game of a Memorial Day tournament at Wong Stadium.
Taylor Mondina got the victory with two scoreless innings in relief of Makoa Andres, who pitched five innings and allowed just one hit with six strikeouts. Andres also scored the game’s only run.
In the third-place game, the Hawaiian Isle Athletics defeated the Red Birds 9-1. In another consolation game, the Rays beat the Honokaa 4-3.
In the home run derby, the Red Birds’ Nick Antony took the top spot with five home runs followed in second by the Cardinals’ Daylen Calicdan, who hit four. In third place with three home runs was HIA’s Gehrig Octavio, who won a tie breaker over Honokaa’s Bostan Abiley.
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