Port Washington’s 14 hit game was not enough to take Homestead in the eight inning outing Monday night. Port Washington first got on the board in the third when freshman Kate Cavanaugh singled. Peyton-Mueller Stenz bunted Cavanaugh around to take the lead. Homestead responded with three runs in the bottom of the third, leading the score 3-1. Port Washington’s bats came alive in the fifth. Hope Christiansen reached first on an error. Kate Cavanaugh followed with a single. Tessa Egerer moved runners to scoring position for Mueller-Stenz once again to take action. Mueller-Stenz scored two to tie it up. Keelie Schumacher then brought in Mueller-Stenz with a double. Freshman pitcher Ashley Zygowski bumped the score to 6-3 with a two-run homer. She then got out of a bases loaded jam in the bottom of the fifth. The game went into extra innings when it was tied 7-7 after 7 innings of play. The Pirates were strong at the plate scoring three runs in the top of the eighth. The Pirates, however, were not able to stay on top as they struggled through two walks and three errors in the eighth leaving the final score to be 11-10 Homestead. The Pirates are away on Tuesday at Whitefish Bay at 4:30 p.m.