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Sr's Off To World Series In Nashville
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Sunday, July 12, 2009
Cambridge, ON - The Terriers summer tournament schedule continues this Wednesday with their World Series opener at Shelby Park in downtown Nashville, TN.

After a first place finish in the 18u PBLO with a 24-5 record, the Terriers began tournament play on Canada Day weekend in Toronto. They ended up in the championship game, but fell to the 19u Quebec Canada Summer Games team. After a workout in Athens at the majestic Ohio University campus field, the Buckeye Elite Tournament was next on the slate. The SRs finished up with a 3-1 record. Several Terriers had great performances in Ohio. Outfielder Chandler McLaren had three homers and seven RBIs. Speedster Nathan Loehle had a three hit game in game four, and a total of six hits. He also stole five bases and is closing in on 100 in his Terriers career! Third baseman/shortstop Joel Stubbs made several stellar defensive plays and also got the win on the mound in extra innings in game three. Joel also had a three run homer in game one to give the Terriers a 6-4 victory. Graeme Carey had the winning home run in a 5-3 Terriers win in game four. So, it's off to Music City USA with hopes of a repeat performance from 2006, when the Terriers came away with the title!
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