Terriers Split Dh In Two Slugfests, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Terriers Split Dh In Two Slugfests
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, March 12, 2007
Scheduled to play two on a beautiful 80 degree day in south Florida, the Terriers brought out the heavy artillary and banged out 20 hits in game one versus Patrick Henry Community College (VA). Brian Burton lead the charge with 2 home runs and a triple counting 5 RBIs in the 21 run assault on the Patriots pitching staff. Jeff Skelhorne-Gross counted 4 hits, Brent Mitchell 3 and Steve Hubbs 3. Starting pitcher Evan Kipfer left the game in the bottom of the third inning with an 8-6 lead.

He gave way to right hander Shaun Hancock,who wrapped up the balance of the game,a 21-6 Terriers win. In game 2, an eventual 13-10 loss to Brookdale Community College NJ), the Terriers hit the ball well again, but walks and errors were the nemisis in the loss. Starting pitcher Mike Henry left the game in the 4th inning with an 8-4 lead. The early game offence came from Brian Burton, Chad Marshall and Matt Loughridge,all with 2 hits. Brookdale battled back, chipping away every inning, topped by a 6 run top of the seventh. The Terriers went quietly in their half, ending a very long day at the ballpark. Evan Kipfer had his first career Terrier home run! Next up for the Terriers, Union County Community College,(SC). Brad Furdal gets the start at 1:00pm Tuesday.
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