Sr Terriers Roll Continues, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Sr Terriers Roll Continues
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Thursday, September 18, 2008
As the cool fall weather rolls into southern Ontario, the Terriers continue their hot play. Their only losses this fall have been at the hands of American college teams. Outstanding pitching and a dynamic offense mixed with speed and power has been the recipe for success. The Terriers chaulked up two more wins this week with 9-4 and 10-0 victories. Tuesday night in Stratford the offense was lead by Nathan Loehle and Graeme Carey.

They both had three hits. Righthander Tavis Bruce and lefty Riley Bohar combined on five shutout innings in the 9-4 win over the Nationals. Wednesday night in Mississauga a relentless Terriers attack resulted in a 10-0 drubbing of the Royals. The offense was spread around in this one. Jeff Hunt (2 RBI), Donovan Latour (3 RBI) and Joel Stubbs (RBI) all had booming triples to lead the way. Outfielders Graeme Carey (2 RBI) and Chandler McLaren both had doubles. Tanner Nivins (RBI) and Brandon Dailey chipped in with singles. Ace left hander Mitch Clarke started and went four strong innings. The solid pitching continued the rest of the way with no hit performances by Billy Ralston and Jas Rakkar. Next up for the Terriers is a trip to the desert where they will play ten games in Arizona.
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