The Milford High School varsity baseball team improved to 3-0 with a win over the St. Thomas Moore Ravens at home Saturday afternoon.


The Milford High School varsity baseball team improved to 3-0 with a dominating 14-1 win over the St. Thomas Moore Ravens at home Saturday afternoon.

Starting pitcher Michael Pyne gave up one run in four innings of work, and Johnny Michael, after catching most of the game, stepped onto the mound in relief to pitch a scoreless fifth.

The Bucs have now given up just two runs in three games, while their offense has been in fine form. Today, they capitalized on numerous Ravens miscues and fielding errors, including repeated balks by the pitcher and misplayed ground balls by the infield.

Milford's defense bent occasionally but never broke. The Ravens were able to get men on base in most innings, but Pyne got key strikeouts to keep them from driving runs in, and Michael retired two batters on infield groundouts to keep runners from advancing.

The Bucs' next game is Tuesday afternoon at home, against Polytech.