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‘Bows bounce back for baseball win over North Dakota State

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                                Hawaii outfielder Scotty Scott singles in the third inning.

    DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Hawaii outfielder Scotty Scott singles in the third inning.

Three Hawaii pitchers combined on a six-hitter and the Rainbow Warriors amassed 10 hits in today’s 10-2 baseball victory over North Dakota State at Les Murakami Stadium.

The ’Bows rebounded from Friday’s 3-1 loss to produce double-digit runs for the first time in 20 games.

Aaron Davenport allowed five hits and struck out eight in earning the victory. Davenport worked out of a bases-loaded jam in the fifth when his curveball caught the edge of the plate for a called third strike.

Cade Halemanu pitched two scoreless innings and Carter Loewen blanked the Bison in the ninth. The ’Bows did not allow a walk or commit an error.

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Scotty Scott had three hits and scored three runs. Kole Kaler and Alex Baeza each drove in three runs. Dustin Demeter hit his second homer of the season, pulling a 340-foot drive over the second wall in right field.

The third of four games is set for Sunday, with first pitch at 1:05 p.m.

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