Jr. Terriers Win At World Series 5-0, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Jr. Terriers Win At World Series 5-0
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Wednesday, July 1, 2009
Roberto Suppa and Matt Faulkner combined for a 2 hit 5-0 shut out of the Patterson Park Classics Thursday afternoon at the Sandlott World Series in Murfreesboro, TN.

Suppa started the game and lasted 4 innings, giving up 2 hits while striking out 4. Faulkner took over in the 5th and induced 5 ground ball outs and struck out one. The Terriers offense struck early with one in the 1st inning. Cole Peragine drew a two out walk and advanced to second on a Lucas Scocchia single then scored on a single to right field by Austin Huibers. In the bottom of the 2nd, the Terriers broke the game open with 4 more runs. Jake Zuk opened with a single then stole second base. Garnet Henrich then walked and the Terriers executed a first and third double steal to make it 2-0. With Henrich on second base, Mattingly Romanin grounded out to the right side to move Henrich to third. Ron Breutigam then singled to drive in Henrich. Brian Doran then singled to score Breutigam to make the score 5-0. With the win, the Terriers advance to the Championship Round of the World Series with a game Friday morning against the Murfreesboro Patriots.
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