Unable to find a spark on offense, the Hingham Harbormen beat the Eagles 2-0.
After a pair of early chances from Lucas Allaria and Mitch Lesser, an attacking Hingham offense put the Eagles on defense for the first 20-25 minutes of the first half.
The next scoring opportunity for the Eagles came in the 32nd minute when Lesser had a chance to put in a shot into a near empty net from the top of the box, but the Hingham defense and goalkeeper Matt Kellem forced Lesser to shoot over the crossbar.
A well placed ball near the Sharon goal during the start of the second half gave Hingham a 1-0 lead during the 46th minute. Patrick O’Rouke’s pass into the penalty area found Stephen Ducey who was able to beat Eric Hefez for the goal.
Jake Goloboy had a chance to tie after getting a through ball to the right of the goal but could only hit side netting in the 72nd minute.
A final insurance goal from Peter Bixby bounced into the Sharon net off the post in the 75th minute to lock up a win for Hingham.
Facing a barrage of shots at times, Hefez had 12 saves in the losing effort.
The Eagles return to the pitch on Sept. 9 at Franklin.