Bulldogs are mudders, after all.
Kenmore East exploded for six runs to open Monday's rain-soaked Niagara Frontier League baseball game at Outwater Park.
The only thing that could stop them was Mother Nature and she was relentless.
Umpires called the game in the top of the second inning with the visiting Bulldogs not only leading 6-0, but they have the bases loaded and no outs when the game is resumed, possibly today.
Thing got started earlier than the 4:45 p.m. projected starting time as teams hoped that Monday's light rain would either stop or stay that way, but it slowly escalated.
The Bulldogs plated two runs in their first at bat as Luke Simmons and Dan Gilforte crossed the plate.
In the bottom of the first, LHS sophomore third baseman Charlie Sobieraski ripped a shot to deep center field and went in with a stand-up double. Sobieraski moved to third, but the Lions were unable to get on the board.
The Bulldogs got base hits from Preston Smith, P.J. Blanch and Luke Simmons in the second, while Brian Silvastri, Johnny Mirobello and Gilforte drew walks to make it 6-0 visitiors when the game was finally suspended.
Wilson 10, Medina 8
WILSON — Chris Reid had two hits, including a double, for two RBIs and Pat Diez also drove in two to help the Lakemen (6-3 N-0).
Taylor Thilk earned the win on mound and Mike Thompson added a triple.
Frontier 10, Lockport 4
Andrew Edbauer scored two goals for head coach Scott Reddinger's Lions (3-8).
Aaron Quast and Christopher Graziano also scored for LHS.
Brandon LaRoach made 10 saves in goal for the Lions.
Next up for LHS is a home game against Clarence at 5 p.m. Wednesday.
Sweet Home 8, Lockport 4
Jillian Golding netted two goals for the Lady lacrosse Lions.
Roserita DiMillo and Mary Bulol also found the net for Lockport.