MEDINA — Medina swept a Tuesday night double header over league foe Wilson at Veteran’s Memorial Park. The Mustangs finish the league year a perfect 12-0 and with another Niagara-Orleans League title.
The Mustangs won Game 1, 10-0, behind a strong effort from sophomore starter Aidan Paul. Paul hurled just 74 pitches in seven innings to record a complete game victory, allowing just one hit while striking out 12 Lakemen.
Medina opened the scoring in the first inning as junior Zach Fike worked a walk, junior Joe Cecchini singled and senior Austin Mosher singled to load the bases. Senior Alex Doval then roped a two-RBI double which scored Fike and Cecchini.
Senior Corey Saj opened the second inning with a single and was bunted to second by junior Xander Payne who opened the door for an RBI double off the bat of senior A.J. Seefeldt, who later came around to score on an RBI double from senior Brian Fry to increase the Medina lead to 4-0.
In the fourth inning, Mosher walked and was sacrificed to second by Doval, then Paul singled to put two on for Saj. The senior delievered a two-RBI single to increase the lead to 6-0, then Seefeldt singled home Saj and Fry knocked Seefeldt in with an RBI double to make it an 8-0 game.
Medina finished the scoring in the sixth inning when Hayden Woodroe and Jacob Velesko walked, followed by a Paul single to load the bases. Saj then hit a deep sacrifice fly that scored both Woodroe and Velesko.
In Game 2, Fike earned the complete game victory, 7-0, allowing only two hits while striking out 10.
Once again Medina scored two runs in the first, as Seefeldt led things off with a single, while Fry followed with a single and then Fike doubled them both in.
Saj recorded a single in the fourth and stole second before Payne singled him home for the third Medina run.
In the fifth, Fry led things off with a triple and Fike doubled him home to make it 4-0.
Medina finished off it’s scoring in the seventh with a leadoff single by Fry who was balked to second. Fike then singled him home and Cecchini homered to finish the scoring.
Medina’s (13-0) next game is at Clarence on Friday at 5 p.m.