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Srs Get Another West Coast Win!
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Kamloops, BC The Terriers came away with an 8-4 win over the Okotoks Dawgs (AB) Wednesday night at Norbrock Stadium in Kamloops BC. Starting pitcher Roberto Suppa went four innings but got a no decision in the contest. He gave way to Alex Halayko trailing 2-1. Roberto allowed just two hits, walked four and struck out three. The offense struck in the top of the fifth with a four run rally lead by a lead off double in the left center field gap by catcher Adam Godo.

Shawn Marshall followed with a walk, and then Blair Gignac loaded the bases with an infield hit, setting the stage for a clutch two RBI single through the left side by Christian Fearon. Brandon Dailey later tallied an RBI of his own to make the score 5-2. The Dawgs bounced right back with two runs of their own in the bottom half of the inning to close to within one run, but the rally ended when Alex Halayko induced an inning ending double play turned by the Marshall- Peragine- Clarke combo. The Terriers tacked on three more runs in the top of the seventh, with hits from Gignac, Cole Peragine and Fearon. Graham Tebbit took the mound in the seventh and closed out the 8-4 victory. Earlier in the day the Thompson River University Wolfpack defeated the Terriers 6-2 in a well played game. The Best of the West Tournament starts Thursday.
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