MINNEAPOLIS -- Harrisburg rallied Thursday but fell short in 5-4 loss to Cleveland in its final game of pool play at the 2012 Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities World Series softball tournament.
Harrisburg finished 5-1 in division play this week and has secured a top seed in Saturday's playoff round.
Rubie Teffeteller went 3-for-4 and hit .533 (8-for-15) with seven RBIs in six games.
Harrisburg won its first game of the day, 8-1 over Hoboken, New Jersey. Starting pitcher Makenzie Lynn struck out 12 Hoboken batters, while allowing only two hits and two walks in six innings of work.
The lone defeat didn't concern manager Mike Stepp, however.
"I love my team," said head coach Mike Stepp, according to mlb.com. "I think we have a great chance out here."
Harrisburg will face Mathews-Dickey Boys & Girls Club (St. Louis) in Saturday's quarterfinals. The winner will face either Big Island RBI or RBI Atlanta for a spot in Sunday's championship game.
"We have to win two games to get to the television," Stepp said. "That's all I have to say about that."
Some information used this story is courtesy of mlb.com.