Terriers Edge London 2-1, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Terriers Edge London 2-1
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Wednesday, May 9, 2007
Rookie Terrier Evan Kipfer threw 5 strong innings and kept the game close until a sputtering Terrier offense could scrap out 2 runs late, for the victory in this mid week clash. Evan kept the Badgers hitters off balance all night, mixing his pitches and getting several ground balls to consistently steady and reliable shortstop Chad Marshall.

Chad made 6 put out assists, on 6 chances in the game. Leading 1-0, the Badgers loaded the bases in the top of the fifth with one out, but Kipfer buckled down and got out of the inning with pop ups to second baseman Marty Chasles and third baseman Jeff Hunt. The Terriers tied the game in the bottom of the fifth,when Chad Marshall came around to score on a Brent Mitchell RBI. Lefty Matt Loughridge pitched excellent middle relief going an inning and two thirds. Brian Burton came on to strike out the final London batter in the top of the seventh stranding the go ahead run at second base. Jeff Hunt and Jeff Skelhorne-Gross led the bottom of the seventh off with hard back to back singles. Tyler Fischer then bunted both runners advanced and Tyler was called safe at first as the throw pulled the first baseman off the bag. The Terriers then got the 2-1 win in anticlimactic fashion when Marty Chasles drew a bases loaded walk. Next action for the Terriers is in Ottawa, a four game set. LHP Nathan Linseman gets the ball in game one.
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