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Busy 2019 Ahead for Terriers
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Sunday, December 30, 2018
As the curtain comes down on a very successful 2018 all four Terrier teams look forward to what will be a very busy ‎2019 campaign.
Baseball activities kick off in early January at The Baseball Zone. Teams will slowly ramp up in preparation for the Terriers Spring Break Trip in March to Florida. ‎Players and coaches will fly out on March 6th for a week of games and practices at Baseball City in St. Petersburg.

After completion of the winter program the Terriers will move outdoors to their home field at King's College in Oakville to play the annual Terriers Blue- Gold Series. All players from the entire organization will be mixed and placed on teams for multiple games over two weekends in April.

PBLO play begins in early May. ‎The highly competitive AAAA league includes teams from Windsor, London, Ottawa and GTA rivals the Ontario Royals and Ontario Yankees.

The Terriers won the 18u and 16u PBLO championship last year.

July will bring summer tournaments to the US:
The 15u Terriers will travel to Indiana, Tennessee and Ohio.
The 16s will open in Ft Wayne Indiana, then weave through Ohio with tournaments in Columbus, Cincinnati and Cleveland.
The 17s + 18s will also open in Ft. Wayne, then compete at the Sandlott WS in Nashville followed by the CABA National Championship in Cleveland. The SR Terriers will look to defend their 2018 CABA crown.

The summer wraps up with the Premier Baseball League of Ontario playoffs. Ottawa hosts the 15u, London the 16u and Windsor the 18u.

‎On the college front 15 Terriers graduated the program and went on to continue their education and baseball careers in college programs. On current Terrier roster 11 more have committed to US schools for August 2019.

Happy New Year to coaches, players and their families and best of luck in 2019!
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