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Bee’s Route Elyria 8-1 in Sweep

ELYRIA, Ohio – It was Chris Fryer’s (JR) turn tonight to toss a gem for the Medina Bee’s. Fryer kept Elyria hitters at bay all night in an 8 – 1 victory. The win completed a dominant two night, two game sweep of Elyria and improved the Bee’s overall record to 10 – 5 as they head into a crucial rematch at home against the Strongsville Mustangs tomorrow night.

The Bee’s overcame a 1-0 deficit in the first inning and never looked back from there. They scored 1 to tie it in the second, followed by a four run explosion in the third inning that put the game away as it gave them a 5 – 1 lead they would not relent.

Right Fielder Austin Provost had the game of his life, with several big hits along the way that kept the Bee’s scoring and in command. Provost had a single in the first and then another single in the third inning that crashed against the fence or it will still be rolling. He remained the impossible out when he gathered another single in the fourth inning. He was robbed of a hit in the fifth inning or else it would have been a four hit performance.

The Final Box score is brought to you by “Aimes & Hills”, hey, they could still make a comeback right?

Medina – 8 runs on 7 hits with 1 error
Elyria – 1 run on 3 hits with 5 errors.

Winning Pitcher – Nick Fryer
Losing Pitcher – Ryan Shope

News & Notes – The Bee’s wore their yellow sweep jerseys.

Luminaries in attendance included – Charlie The Bulldog

The Medina JV team won 11-1 Wining pitcher was Garret McLeod who went the distance.

P – Chris Fryer
C – Jake Smith
1B – John Curtis
2B – Collin Winters
SS – Cade Pipoly
3B – Bryce Fink
LF – Robbie Hansen
CF – Jordan Fultz
RF – Austin Provost

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