COXSACKIE — Miguel Madera went 3 for 3 with five RBI to power the Greene County Outlaws 15U to an 18-8 victory over the Hudson Valley Indians in Wednesday’s Fall Travel Baseball game at McQuade Park.
The game was stopped in the fifth inning because of the 10-run rule.
The Outlaws (2-0) plated three runs in the first inning, with a Brodie Montgomery single brining home two runs and a base hit off the bat of Andrew Sager bringing in the other.
After Hudson Valley erupted for six runs in the top of the second, the Outlaws answered with three runs to even the score at 6-6. Nate Shook-Timot had an RBI ground out in the uprising, Marion Kohler singled in a run and Montgomery drilled a run-scoring double.
Both teams scored a run in the third, but the Outlaws broke the game open with seven runs in the fourth. Christian Tedford started the Outlaws’ fourth with a base hit and then scored on Kohler’s triple. After Montgomery was hit by a pitch, Nate Van Alphen ripped an RBI single. Montgomery eventually came home on a double steal.
A Shane DeRose single and a hit batsmen loaded the bases and Madera laced a two-run single and Zag Wagor had an RBI single. Madera came in to score on a double steal for the Outlaws’ seventh run of the frame.
The Outlaws closed the show in the fifth with four more runs. Kohler walled and Montgomery reached on an error to start the inning. Van Alphen reached on an error, scoring Kohler. With two outs, a walk loaded the bases, setting the table for Madera, who came through with a two-run single. The final run of the inning was balked in.
Along with Madera’s big day, Kohler tripled and had two singles, good for two RBI. Montgomery added a double and single with three RBI, Wagor had three singles and an RBI, DeRose and Tedford two singles apiece, Van Alphen and Sager a single and an RBI each and Shook-Timot drove in a run.
Tedford started on the mound for the Outlaws and pitched two innings, striking out two, walking four and allowing seven runs and four hits. Shook-Timot turned in three solid innings of relief, allowing just one hit and one run with five strikeouts and four walks.