The Generals scored the game's first run in the bottom of the third inning on Bumgarner's other RBI hit. With two out and a runner on third base, he hit a line drive back to Logan starting pitcher Troy Burgess. The liner hit Burgess in his glove hand before deflecting to the third base side of the infield. The Wildcats third baseman fielded and threw to first, but not in time to throw out Bumgarner as the run scored.
In the third, Jordan Clark provided the big blow of the game with a one-out, two-run double that gave Winfield a 3-0 advantage.
As the Generals offense added runs, Bumgarner continued to perform in dominating fashion on the mound. Wildcats first baseman Alex Lakatos recorded Logan's lone hit on a single up the middle in the third inning. Logan advanced a runner to second base just twice in the game.
"He just mixed it up, moved it in, moved it out," Logan Coach Roger Gertz said of Bumgarner's outing. "We got ourselves out a lot, which is the quality of a good pitcher, making the hitter get themselves out, and we did."
In the seventh, Bumgarner struck out the side to cement the win.
Winfield's victory propelled the Generals to the program's second consecutive regional championship appearance.
"It's pretty special, two years in a row," Bumgarner said. "Hopefully, we can get it done this time and get on to the state championship for the first time in (Class) AAA. It's going to be pretty special on Wednesday."
With the win, Winfield advances to play Midland for a berth in the State Tournament. The teams split their regular season series with Winfield winning 8-2 on March 22, before falling 10-0 to the Knights on April 9.
"I really like the way Cabell Midland plays, because they remind me a lot of us," Isaacs said. "They'll bunt, they run the bases well. They pitch and play good defense.
"They try to do fundamental things and play for a run an inning, so I think it'll be a very enjoyable, very fun game. We're looking forward to the matchup."