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Srs Win Sixth Straight!
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Cambridge, Ont. Matt Betts spun a complete game seven inning gem Wednesday night pacing the Terriers to a 2-1 victory over the London Badgers.

Matt allowed just three hits and did not walk a London hitter. The game was scoreless into the fourth inning, when the Terriers struck for their two runs. Cole Peragine led off with a single and advanced to third on a Brandon Dailey double. Clean up hitter Jordon Mountford was next in, and hit the ball sharply at the Badger first baseman, that would score Peragine. Dailey would then score on a throwing error to the plate. The Badgers mounted a rally in the top of the seventh, but could only scratch for a run. The game was also highlighted by several excellent defensive plays by Cole Peragine, Brandon Dailey and Blair Gignac. Habs Win too!
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