Medina survives wild weekend to advance in GCC Tourney

Medina Baseball

MEDINA, Ohio – It was a wild weekend for the Medina Bee’s where almost nothing was set in stone, but in true championship fashion they made it work for themselves and bounced back to show true championship grit and determination.

After a last second switch of Friday Night opponents went from North Royalton to Massillon Perry, which would have thrown off most teams and led to a blowout loss, the Bee’s hung tough and only fell 3-2 in a heartbreaker.

The Bee’s refused to let it throw off their concentration the next day as they opened up the GCC Tournament as a two seed against Shaker Heights. They crushed Shaker Heights 10 – 4 and advanced to the second round of the tournament May 4th with the opponent yet to be named.

This weekend’s action brought Medina’s overall record to 15 – 8 as they head into the stretch run of the season. In other news and notes, rumor has it that SS / 2B Collin Winters has made his verbal commitment to college, NEO Sports Insiders will be all over this late breaking story the second the pen hits the paper to finalize it. We will have re-action from player, mom, dad, coach and with any luck the number one Diamond Doll.

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Vince McKee
Vince McKee is a growing force in the sports literary world. He has written seven books on Cleveland Sports. They have all helped to build his credibility as a top-notch chronicler of the impact of Ohio sports. Vince has done freelance work as the MMA correspondent for InscriberMag: Digital Magazine as well as a Beat Reporter for the Cleveland Plain Dealer & The Medina Gazette. His work has been featured on Drennan Live, SLAM Magazine, The Magic 105.7 Morning show, ESPN radio and over 25 local papers, tv stations and radio programs. Despite his personal connection with Bill Belichick, one of the worst moments of Vince’s young life was watching his beloved Browns leave town only weeks after the Indians lost the World Series in 1995. Vince is a life long Cleveland sports fan and enjoys spending lots of time with his wife Emily and daughter Maggie.

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