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Submitted By Dan Thompson on Sunday, March 11, 2007
The Terriers played their best game of the spring training schedule, but fell just short in a 3-2 loss to Delaware Tech. Steve Harley got the start, pitching 4 innings. Steve pitched out of several jams, to keep the game close at 2-0, when the Terriers struck for 2 runs in the fourth to tie the game. In their half of the fourth, Matt Loughridge walked and advanced on a fielders choice by Joel Stubbs.

Darnell Duckett drew a walk and was advanced by Chad Marshall. With two runners on, Jeff Skelhorne-Gross came to the plate and drove a 2-2 pitch to the fence in left field tying the game. Billy Martin came on in relief of Harley to keep the game at 2-2, into the bottom of the seventh. Delaware Tech's lead off hitter, singled and was advanced into scoring position. With one out, the bases loaded and their 4 hitter at the plate the Delaware manager called for the rather unconventional suicide squeeze. The bunted ball stayed fair by inches to give them the 3-2 win. This was an excellently played early season ballgame that was played in under two hours, highlighted by several defensive gems. Next up for the Terriers, a double header Monday versus Patrick Henry CC and Brookdale CC. Evan Kipfer will get the ball in game 1 and Mike Henry gets the assignment in game 2.
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