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January 29th Harbor at Santa Ana
Jazmin Culpepper was a perfect 2-for-2 at bat, but no other Seahawk recorded a hit as Harbor fell to the host Dons in an 8-0 loss in five innings.
January 31st Harbor at Los Angeles Mission
Jazmin Culpepper hit a home run and finished with 3 RBI as the Seahawks earned their first win of the season in an 8-5 victory.
February 4th Harbor at Orange Coast
Marissa Tartaglione hit two home runs as nine Seahawks recorded hits en route to a 17-9 shootout victory.
February 6th Harbor at Chaffey
The Seahawks ran their winning streak to three with a 5-2 win over the host Panthers with South Coast Conference play looming next week.
February 12th Harbor vs Cerritos
Harbor could not keep up with the visiting Falcons in both teams' South Coast Conference openers, falling 10-2 to end a three-game winning streak.
February 14th Harbor vs El Camino
Despite two home runs, one each by Jazmin Culpepper and Joanna Olivo, Harbor allowed 18 hits en route to a shootout 12-7 loss to the visiting Warriors to fall to 0-2 in South Coast Conference play.
February 16th Harbor vs Glendale
The Seahawks rallied with five runs in the 6th after trailing 3-0 to net Coach Jesse Espinoza his 100th career win in a 5-3 comeback victory over the visiting Vaqueros.
February 21st Harbor vs Compton
Harbor sets school records in runs and doubles (10) while five Seahawks record at least 2 RBI en route to a 28-8 rout of visiting Compton.
February 22nd Harbor at East Los Angeles
The Seahawks dropped to 1-3 in South Coast Conference play with a mercy rule loss at East Los Angeles, despite leading 1-0 early in the game.
February 23rd Harbor vs Los Angeles Valley
Precious Oliver went 2-of-4 with two runs scored, while Cheyenne Giddens hit a home run in the 6th inning, but the Seahawks could not overcome five errors in a 7-4 loss to visiting Los Angeles Valley.
February 26th Harbor at Mt. San Antonio
The Seahawks made a strong effort to upend the host Mounties, but came up short in a 4-1 loss, its season-high third straight defeat of the season.
February 28th Harbor vs Long Beach City
A seven-run flurry at the top of the 7th inning buried the Seahawks' comeback bid in a 15-6 loss to the visiting Vikings.
March 1st Harbor vs Grossmont
The Seahawks suffer their worst loss in school history, falling behind 10-0 after the 1st inning en route to a 21-1, five-inning loss in pool play of the Golden West Invitational at Golden West College.
March 1st Harbor vs Moorpark
Harbor allowed only three earned runs behind six errors, but could not get out of its own way in a 13-4, five-inning loss in pool play of the Golden West Invitational at Golden West College.
March 2nd Harbor vs Oxnard
The Seahawks rebounded from two tough pool play games to dismantle Oxnard in consolation play with a 10-0 win in five innings of the Golden West Invitational at Golden West College.
March 2nd Harbor vs Orange Coast
After an early 10-0 lead, Harbor fought off a big Orange Coast rally to win 17-10 in the consolation bracket of the Golden West Invitational at Golden West College.
March 5th Harbor vs Pasadena City
Despite strong play by Precious Oliver and Tera Stout, the Seahawks were buried in the 6th inning, allowing six runs en route to a 11-6 loss to the host Lancers.
March 12th Harbor at El Camino
The Seahawks could not keep up with the host Warriors, as five errors doomed them in a 9-5 loss, their fifth straight in South Coast Conference play.
March 13th Harbor at Cerritos
Joanna Olivo made her first career start at pitcher for the Seahawks, but struggled mightily against the host Falcons as Harbor fell 17-0 in five innings.
March 14th Harbor vs East Los Angeles
The Seahawks struggled to contain the bats of the visiting Huskies en route to its sixth straight South Coast Conference loss.
March 16th Harbor vs Victor Valley
(Game 1 of doubleheader)
Harbor was unable to hold onto an early 3-1 lead as eight runs in the 5th and 6th innings by the visiting Rams overwhelmed the Seahawks in a 10-4 loss in Game 1 of a doubleheader.
March 16th Harbor vs Victor Valley
(Game 2 of doubleheader)
All nine Seahawks record at least one hit, led by Erika Williams' 3-of-5 performance, as Harbor outlasts Victor Valley in a 15-12 shootout win.
March 19th Harbor at Compton
Trailing 10-0 early in the game, the Seahawks cut the deficit in half, but could get no further in a 13-8 setback to host Compton, its eighth straight South Coast Conference loss.
March 21st Harbor vs Mt. San Antonio
The Seahawks dug itself an early hole, allowing the first five runs of the game as unearned en route to its ninth straight South Coast Conference loss, a 11-0 defeat to the visiting Mounties.
March 26th Harbor at Long Beach City
Despite home runs by Brittany Bailey and Jazmin Culpepper, Harbor couldn't overcome the bats of the host Vikings in a 7-6 defeat, its 10th straight South Coast Conference loss.
March 28th Harbor at Pasadena City
Harbor managed to out-hit the Lancers 9-8, but struggled through three errors and eight walks in an 11-3 loss at Robinson Park in Pasadena.
April 2nd Harbor vs Cerritos
The Seahawks could not keep the visiting Falcons off the bases as 16 hitters were walked for the game in a 12-0 loss in six innings.
April 4th Harbor vs El Camino
The visiting Warriors pushed to a 9-0 lead after the top of the 1st inning, but Harbor rallied to force a shootout in an eventual 19-9 loss in five innings.
April 6th Harbor at Los Angeles Valley
Harbor repeats its offensive flurry for a second straight game, but couldn't prevent host L.A. Valley from its own offensive onslaught in a 18-9 loss Saturday afternoon.
April 9th Harbor at East Los Angeles
Erika Williams starts at pitcher and leads the Seahawks to a 8-7 win over the host Huskies, snapping a 13-game losing streak in South Coast Conference play.
April 11th Harbor vs Compton
Behind a three-hit, 4 RBI performance by Joanna Olivo, the Seahawks pushed to a second straight win and series triumph over the visiting Tartars, winning 12-10.
April 16th Harbor at Mt. San Antonio
Harbor's two-game winning streak comes to an abrupt end as the host Mounties scattered 20 hits en route to a 21-4 loss in five innings.
April 18th Harbor vs Long Beach City
Tera Stout puts together a huge performance in her final game as a Seahawk, going 2-of-3 with three runs scored and 3 RBI, including a momentous center field home run in a 23-15 shootout loss to the visiting Vikings.
April 23rd Harbor at Pasadena City
The Seahawks finished the season on a three-game losing streak, falling 10-0 to the host Lancers in five innings.