Medina Boys Freshman Baseball

  • Overall Record: 23 - 4
  • Conference Record: 9 - 3

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Bees Cage Bulldogs on Senior Night

In a bittersweet moment on the campus of Medina High School, the Bees played their final regular season home game of the year against the Stow-Monroe Falls Bulldogs. It was senior night on Monday, and a chilly one at that – hitting 51 degrees in the normally warm month of May. After senior introductions, the

Medina Gazette Prep Athletes of the Week 5/14

Printed in the Medina Gazette on 5/14/13 Collin Minor Baseball Collin Minor, Medina: Sophomore second baseman was 3-for-3 in thrilling Northeast Ohio Conference River Division victory over Mentor. … Scored tying run in seventh inning to help Bees clinch share of division title. … Had three of team’s four hits. … Smoked RBI double in

Baseball: Bees win in last at-bat to earn title share

PRINTED IN THE GAZETTE ON 5/9/13 Albert Grindle MEDINA — Dare to dream. The odds were severely stacked against Medina’s baseball team. The Bees were down to their last out against Mentor, with their fate solely in their hands after learning Brunswick had defeated Strongsville. Medina’s Brian Letts makes a diving catch against Mentor in

Baseball & Softball Sectional/District information

Softball will be playing in the Barberton Sectional/District Tournament. The Lady Bees received the #1 Seed. The top team on the bracket is the home team. The first two rounds (Sectional) are hosted by the Home Team and the District tournament is hosted at the Barberton Sports Complex located on Barber Road prior to reaching

Hilltoppers Bury Bees in Doubleheader

The Bees hosted Chardon on Saturday in an afternoon doubleheader, in which the weather could not have co-operated better. Junior Matt Whittaker took the hill against the Hilltoppers, who is familiar in double headers. He pitched a beautiful game in the first game against Westlake in the first game of the doubleheader, in which the Bees

Bees Oust Magics in Slugfest

On a beautiful, sunny day on the scenic campus of Medina High School, the Bees once again donned the Green-and-Yellow in a baseball competition against the Barberton Magics.  Sophomores Colin Minor and Austin Havekost found their way into the batting order today, Minor starting at second base and Havekost at first. Havekost has been very productive this

Medina Athletics Needs Your Help

With the new website, we now have a portal to promote our sports like never before.  If you would like to get involved with reporting scores, writing articles or even taking pictures or video … Contact the Athletic Department to see what you can do to help and make the best of the best