Victoria responded by taking a 2-1 lead after the 2nd as Marco Pirruccello and Ty Hall drove in runs, but this would be the last time the H-Cats held the lead. The Sweets quickly responded as Hara hit a deep shot to left field going solo for his first homer with the Sweets, to tie the ball game a 2.
After that, it was all Walla Walla when Manny Casillas kicked off a strong inning for the Sweets with a lead-off triple in the bottom of the fourth. Casillas didn’t wait too long to be brought in as Davis Carr matched the lead-off triple with a two-run triple to give the Sweets a 4-2 lead. Hara then drove in Carr on a SAC-Fly to make it 5-2 after the fourth.