Playing as the visitors in ….
Playing as the visitors in game two, Medford used four hits to score five runs right off the bat. Logan Baumgartner led off by reaching on a third-strike wild pitch, moved to second on another wild pitch from Edgar starter Konnor Wolf and scored on a McMurry single. Konieczny reached on an error and Blaine Seidl crushed an RBI double to deep centerfi eld. Gardner slapped a two-run double to left. Mudgett’s two-out single scored courtesy runner Jack Tlusty.
Edgar scored single runs in the each of its first three at-bats, but Medford answered with a three-run top of the fourth. Consecutive singles by Doriot, Logan Baumgartner and Alexander scored the first run. Konieczny added an RBI single and Gardner hit a sacrifice fly to make it 8-3.
It was 10-3 when Medford sealed things with a three-run seventh. Nate Retterath and Tristan Haenel started the inning with singles and moved to third and second on a wild pitch. Both scored on an error on a ball hit by Logan Baumgartner. Tlusty and Brigham Kelley then singled, scoring Logan Baumgartner.
Konieczny allowed an unearned run the first. Mudgett got the win with three relief innings. He allowed two runs, one earned, and two hits. He struck out two, walked two and picked a runner off first base. Logan Baumgartner pitched the last three frames, striking out five, walking three and allowing a run and two hits in the seventh.
Thirteen different players collected a hit for Medford. Koniecnzy had two singles.
Medford played the Whittlesey Reds Wednesday night. The team hosts Merrill for a varsity doubleheader on June 29 starting at 5:30 p.m. The JV team opens its season at Pittsville July 2.