LYNN, Mass. - If it was almost any other day, the Sussex doubleheader against the North Shore on Wednesday would have been postponed by the rain. But since the first half title was on the line, the Skyhawks had to play.

The Skyhawks (23-22) had to win both games to be crowned first-half champions of the Canadian-American League. Instead, North Shore (25-19) takes home the title.

As far as the baseball that was played, Sussex starter Chris Tierney pitched four innings in the nightcap. Marcos Agramonte hit an RBI double and Elvis Corporan had an RBI single for the Skyhawks. Both hits were aided by the weather.

Earlier, Jose Correa pitched five innings for the Skyhawks in the first game. It wasn't enough to outduel North Shore starter Brian Morse, who won his sixth game.

But the Skyhawks' roster may soon be different. Drahman said he can't get through to the current group of players and the club will be looking to make some moves soon.

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