The Bellingham Bells came back from a tight game loss to the Medford Rogues on Saturday night by winning 9-4 on Sunday, July 26, when Reagan Todd took a no-hitter into the seventh inning.
“This was probably his best performance through the entire summer,” said assistant coach Dane Siegfried. “So that was really crucial for us.”
Bronson Larsen hit a two-run homer in the fourth inning. Walker Olis steals second and then scores in the next play to give Bellingham a lead going in to the bottom of the fourth at 4-0. Bellingham led by nine in the seventh when Medford scored for the first time.
“As a team we hit really well and pitched really well together,” Siegfried said. “And that’s a good way to be sure to win.”
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The Bells play next at 6:35 on Tuesday, July 28, at Bend.