It was the bottom of the sixth inning and the last batter from the opposing team was up.
The first and second base were loaded with two outs. Then a base hit got past the Petaluma team's left fielder and both runners scored, making the score 7-6 with the tying run on base and the winning run coming to bat.
But then someone noticed that the Hawaii runner who scored the sixth run did not touch third base as he ran toward home plate. The home run was appealed to an umpire and the runner called out, ending the game with a 7-5 Petaluma victory.
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