Medford's ace Logan Odom struckout six of the first nine batters he faced and stormy weather conditions helped the Mustangs flush away the Vancouver Cardinals 7-4 in a seven-inning American Legion AAA baseball game on Saturday at Harry & David Field.

Medford's ace Logan Odom struckout six of the first nine batters he faced and stormy weather conditions helped the Mustangs flush away the Vancouver Cardinals 7-4 in a seven-inning American Legion AAA baseball game on Saturday at Harry & David Field.

Odom pitched five innings allowing two runs — both unearned — to go with seven strikeouts. Neil Emerson worked the final two innings before the game and the nightcap, were called off in the bottom of the seventh because of thunderstorms.

Griff Boyd provided Odom with an early solo home run and John Adamson's two-run shot in the bottom of the fifth led to a three-run frame for the Mustangs (16-5).

Odom was pulled from the mound with a comfortable 6-2 lead and Emerson had to pitch himself and the Mustangs out of trouble in relief.

The former Phoenix High star was able to escape the sixth inning, but not before allowing two runs and the Cardinals were able cut the margin to just two.

But in the seventh, Emerson redeemed himself by retiring the side in order in what would be the game's final inning.

As the Mustangs were going up to bat, umpires called the game.

Dustin Smith went 3-for-4, scored three times and drove in a run for the Mustangs while Kory Locken went 2-for-3, scored one run, drove in a run and stole a pair of bases.

Vancouver Cardinals 000 202 0 — 4 5 2

Medford Mustangs 111 031 0 — 7 10 1

Beatty, Harrington; Odom, Emerson (6) and Sowers, L. Sebrell (5). W — Odom (4-1). L — Beatty. 2B — V: Skantel. HR — M: Boyd, Adamson.

American Legion A

CENTRAL POINT 10-16, PHOENIX 2-6 — At Talent, Central Point's offense backed its pitchers with 26 runs and 29 hits in a doubleheader sweep of Phoenix at Hagler-James Field.

In the nightcap, the Bucs (2-14) took advantage of a pair of Comet errors to plate five runs in the bottom of the third, cutting Central Point's lead to 7-6. But the Comets responded, tacking on six more runs in the fifth to put the contest out of reach.

Bruce Sanford's two-run home run gave the Comets a 3-0 lead in the first inning.

Central Point's leadoff hitter Christian Massey went 4-for-5 and drove in four runs, adding a two-run triple in the second inning to give Crater a 6-1 edge.

Zack Gregor was also 4-for-5 and Craig Kathol went 2-for-3 with two doubles and a pair of RBIs. Also collecting two hits were Bryce Crawford, Justen Morgan and Brysen Winner.

Crawford pitched five innings allowing just two of Phoenix's six runs on six hits and four walks. He added four strikeouts.

In the opener, Comets' starting pitcher Hayden Bighouse received six runs of support in the top of the second.

Kathol had a two-run double and Massey scored him with another double. Crawford added a two-run single in the frame.

Bighouse worked seven innings, giving up two earned runs on six hits with no walks and struck out four.

Sanford added two doubles for the Comets.

FIRST GAME

Central Point 160 001 2 — 10 9 2

Phoenix 000 020 0 — 2 6 4

Bighouse and C. Ullom; Kammell, Tally (6) and Davis. W — Bighouse. L — Kammell (0-1). 2B — CP: Sanford 2, Massey, Kathol, Sanford, Crawford.

SECOND GAME

Central Point 331 063 — 16 20 3

Phoenix 105 000 — 6 6 1

Crawford, Sanford (6) and Kathol; Reynosa, Bohn (5), Henricksen (5), Tally (6) and Kaufman. W — Crawford. L — Reynosa (2-1). 2B — CP: Kathol 2, Zelecki, Fahndrich, Crawford; P: Hogue. 3B — CP: Massey. HR — CP: Sanford.

NORTH MEDFORD 16-6, SHELDON 6-7 — At Eugene, Sheldon rallied for two runs in the bottom of the seventh to prevent North Medford from sweeping the American Legion A non-league doubleheader on Friday.

Chris Bradshaw and Cody James both went 3-for-5 with two runs and two RBIs to pace the Mavericks' 15-hit attack in the five-inning opener. Mark Cokenour and Corey Haggans each added two hits and two RBIs, while Corey Pine had two hits and one RBI.

In Game 2, Cameron Herr's two-out single up the middle scored two runs in the seventh to propel Sheldon to the win.

For North Medford (14-4, 12-2 Area 4), Stephen Cole had three hits, while Hayden Wolfe contributed two hits and two RBIs and James collected a pair of hits.

FIRST GAME

North Medford 004 57 — 16 15 0

Sheldon 021 30 — 6 8 3

Shipley, Cokenour (4) and Pine; Land, Bass (3), Strausbaugh (4), Dunphy (5) and Corey. W — Shipley (3-1). L — Land. 2B — NM: James, Pine; S: Steele, Mancuso. 3B — S: Fauria.

SECOND GAME

North Medford 100 203 0 — 6 10 3

Sheldon 000 410 2 — 7 8 1

Cash, Bradshaw (4) and Cokenour; Curtis and Smith, Corey (6). W — Curtis. L — Bradshaw (0-1). 2B — NM: James, Cokenour; S: Strausbaugh.

District 8 Little League

11-12 ALL-STARS — At Brookings, Austin White hit a three-run home run and Nate Walker had a two-run shot as Medford National Central defeated Grants Pass National 8-0 in the pool-play opener.

Adrian Garcia was 3-for-3 with two doubles, Walker was 2-for-4 with a double and three RBIs and Christian Bowley pitched a four-hitter with eight strikeouts and four walks.

Medford National West also recorded a decisive victory, downing Central Point 16-4 in five innings. Cody Coggins pitched four innings, striking out eight and allowing just four hits. He was also 3-for-4 with two RBIs. Trevor Meyer was 4-for-5 with five RBIs and Daniel Seus was 3-for-3 with four runs scored and three RBIs. Medford National West had 19 hits in the game with 10 players recording at least one hit.

10-11 ALL-STARS — At Brookings, James Bowers hit a two-run double in the bottom of the sixth inning to rally Medford National Central to a 9-8 win over Grants Pass Americans in the opening game of pool play.

Bowers' stand-up two-bagger scored Caleb Salvadori and Cody Donnally.