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Friday Night Lights
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Thursday, September 17, 2009
Long Island, NY - The Junior Terriers travelled to Long Island, New York to take part in the Blue Chip Prospects tournament and work outs at Stony Brook University. Stony Brook Univeristy played gracious hosts as the Terriers took part in a morning practice at the home of the Division 1 Seawolves, before playing their first game in the annual Blue Chip Prospects tournament at Baseball Heaven.

Barinder Rakkar got the start on the mound and pitched a solid 5.2 innings giving up 4 runs while striking out three. Left hander Bruce Yari came on in relief and held the strong hitting SSBA Nationals to just one run the rest of the way. Landon Mclaren and Aaron Loder each had a hit in the game with Mclaren picking up the only RBI for the Terriers in the 5-1 loss. Next up is another work out at Stony Brook on Saturday morning before taking on the Diamond Jacks and the Santana Renegades Saturday night.
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