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Teams Learning That Alliman's The Real Deal
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, May 21, 2007
The Terriers set off their own version of Victoria Day cherry bombs and pinwheels at Riverside Park Monday sweeping a double header from the Thunderbirds. Trailing 1-0 into the third inning of game one, the offense came to life when Evan Kipfer lead off with a walk. Middle infielders Chad Marshall and Marty Chasles followed with singles loading the bases. CF Terrell Alliman then came to the plate and hit a breaking ball to left to tie the game.

Cleanup hitter Brian Burton followed with a deep sacrifice fly to give the Terriers a 2-1 lead. The rally continued when Jeff Skelhorne-Gross followed with a walk and Jeff Hunt a sac fly. DH Brent Mitchell capped the five run third with a base hit down the left field line for 2 RBI. This was not a day for mere sparklers however, as the Terriers offensive fireworks continued in the fourth, when they posted five more runs. Consectutive singles by Marshall, Chasles and Alliman set the table for Brian Brian, who bashed a 1-0 pitch for a double, counting two RBIs. Jeff Hunt, Brent Mitchell and Jeff Skelhorne-Gross all followed with hits, making the score 10-1. Big right hander Mike Henry cruised through his four innings of work. Mike struck out 7 Thunderbird hitters. Steve Harley and Tyler Fischer mopped up to close out the game. LHP Nathan Linseman had the ball in game two. Nathan has been outstanding this spring and was staked to an early 1-0 lead when Chad Marshall lead off the game with a single, advanced on a Marty Chasles single, then scored on a Terrel Alliman RBI. One run is all the Terriers would need in this one, as Nathan struck out nine, allowing just 3 hits and walking no one. The offense wasn't done though, as in the fourth inning SS Joel Stubbs lead the inning off with a single and was sacrificed to second on a Nathan Loehle bunt. Second baseman Marty Chasles, who already had four hits on the day, drove home Stubbs, then scored himself on a Terrell Alliman RBI. The Terriers lead 3-0 after four. The Victoria Day grand finale came in the sixth, as pesky Chad Marshall again lead the inning off with a single, Chasles and Alliman followed with walks and once again Brian Burton came to the plate with the bases loaded. This time Brian hit a thunderous shot off the left field fence for two RBI. Jeff Hunt followed with a blast of his own to the right center field gap making the score 7-0. Right handers Billy Martin and Brad Furdal each got in some work on the mound to preserve the shutout. In all the Terriers smashed 19 hits on the day and the defense made only one error. They have won five straight and have outscored the opposition 45 to 7 during that time. The week ahead includes a Wednesday night tilt with the London Badgers, followed by a DH Saturday at Welland Stadium versus the Niagara Rebels and two more Sunday at Dickson Park.
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