For the second straight night, the University of Hawaii Rainbow Warrior baseball team had a lead late in the game and once again, the Nevada Wolfpack devoured any chance of a UH win.
After being down by as many as four runs in the ninth inning, Nevada rallied to score eight runs to defeat the 'Bows, 10-6, Saturday night at Les Murakami Stadium.
Coincidentally, a local boy is the one that started the rally.
Facing a 6-3 deficit, Wolfpack leftfielder and Kamehameha grad Kewby Meyerhit a game-tying three-run homer in what would be the first of five hits in the frame.
With the loss, Hawaii falls to 7-11 on the year.
Game three of the series is set for Sunday afternoon.
First pitch is set to fly at 1 p.m.
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