Milford eliminated from American Legion World Series

SHELBY, N.C. — Andrew Mendoza and Anthony Timmons combined on a three-hit shutout to lift Lakewood, Calif. to a 4-0 victory that eliminated Milford from the American Legion World Series Saturday.

Sean Cameron had two of Milford’s three hits. The other came from Ed Michaud. Post 196, which went 10-0 to win the the Connecticut and Northeast Region championship, finishes 28-8.

Mendoza and Kyle Clary hit a pair of doubles as Lakewood took a 4-0 lead against Milford starter Cody Hadden after two innings. Three of those runs scored on a pair of wild pitches and an error.

Milford reliever Jacob Saley pitched a three-hit shutout through the final six innings, but Milford’s lineup never got a runner past second base.
Mendoza allowed just two hits and struck out 5 in 6 1/3 innings before Timmons closed the game. He allowed just one hit and struck out two.

MILFORD……………000 000 000 — 0 3 1
LAKEWOOD…………130 000 00x– 4 7 2
Batteries: M–Cody Hadden (L), Jacob Saley (3) and Joe Zanghi; L–Andrew Mendoza (W), Anthony Timmons (7) and Kyler Kolb.

Sean Patrick Bowley