TRUMBULL \u2014 Milford rallied from a 2-0 deficit and won a 3-2 decision from Trumbull in a Babe Ruth 13U state tournament game at Unity Park on Sunday. Manager Jerry Payne\u2019s team, the District 4 champions, are off until Tuesday when they play Norwalk at 8 p.m.\u00a0Trumbull, from District 2, had opened state play with a 16-0 shut out of Danbury. They will meet either Waterford or Naugatuck on Monday at 8. Milford scored twice in the bottom of the sixth to tie the game. It won in the home seventh when\u00a0Gavin\u00a0Kaminski, who had reached on a fielder\u2019s choice, stole second and went to third on a grounder to shortstop,\u00a0raced home as Matt Galligan\u2019s two-out grounder was misplayed. The miscue ended a long string of outstanding two-out plays by manager Mike Buswell\u2019s Trumbull combine. Trumbull left-hander Sean\u00a0Francouer\u00a0left two runners in scoring position in the first when Jake Hull in left field hauled in a long drive to left-center by opposing hurler Zach\u00a0Worzel. A walk and a hit-and-run single by Ethan Long in the Milford third looked promising, but catcher A.J. Albaladejo threw a runner out at third with Luca Antonio making the tag. Milford wasn\u2019t done. Galligan drove the ball into the outfield, but the runner had to hold up in case the liner was caught by the second baseman. Matt Wood got the ball in quickly for a force play and out number two. Ryan Bull kept the rally going with a single. With runners on second and third,\u00a0Albaladejo\u00a0got to a short pitch that kicked to the right and threw to Antonio covering third to retire the side. In the Trumbull third, D.J. Amaral singled. Jackson Depino sacrificed him to second, with Galligan at first base making a great scoop of a low throw. With two down, Conlan\u00a0Deshane\u00a0at second leapt over a sliding Galligan and made a great run-saving catch on\u00a0Francouer\u2019s\u00a0soft liner over first base. Trumbull broke through in the top of the fourth inning. Matt Wood opened with an infield single.\u00a0Derren\u00a0Wood\u2019s walk on a 3-2 pitch,\u00a0and a double steal,\u00a0led to Nick Lobuono getting an RBI on a ground out to second. After a strikeout, Albaladejo singled to center to score the second run. A strong throw by Brandon Payne in center to Bull at the plate got the third out on a sliding Lobuono. Deshane\u00a0walked to open the Milford fifth. Kaminski advanced the runner and Long singled sharply to center. The ball went through and\u00a0Deshane\u00a0scored to make it 2-1. Galligan once again swung a good bat, only to be denied a hit. This time Trumbull shortstop Jack Durland went to his left to catch his liner in the tip of his glove. He stepped on second for the unassisted double play. Milford\u2019s defense showed it stuff in the top of the sixth. The left-handed\u00a0Worzel\u00a0struck out his seventh batter and made a fine play on a chopped ball up the third base line.\u00a0Deshane\u00a0sprinted into shallow-center field from his second base position to snare\u00a0Lobuono\u2019s\u00a0pop up. Brandon Payne, who came on to pitch in relief in the fifth inning, doubled to deep left field with one out in the sixth.\u00a0Worzel, who had moved to the outfield, singled him home to tie the game at 2\u00a0all.\u00a0Jake Colucci, who came into pitch to open the frame, got the second out on a foul pop.\u00a0Ethan\u00a0Domingue then ripped a ball in the gap that was tracked down by Hull. Brandon Payne had two strikeouts around Milford\u2019s first error to keep things deadlocked in the top of the sixth. Milford, which drew a first-round bye on a draw from a hat, had outscored District 4 opponents 52-0.