The Hoppers lost a hard-fought battle to the Muhlenburg Stallions after the Stallions stole the lead late in the game. The game was tied at 7 in the bottom of the sixth, but the Stallions rallied and sent a 2RBI Home-Run out of right field to cinch their win.
The Hoppers collected 7 runs on 4 hits, collecting three in the top of the fifth when Aidan Elias and Matt Keane both drove in runs.
Brian Coffey took the loss for the Hoppers, pitching five innings, allowing eight runs on eight hits, walking one and striking out six. Coffey was succeeded by Trey Fields and Hassan Westbrook, but unfortunately the Hoppers pitching staff were no match for the Stallions offense.