Srs Have Won Seven Straight, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Srs Have Won Seven Straight
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Saturday, May 29, 2010
The Terriers won all four games on the weekend over the Windsor Selects 17s extending their winning streak to seven games. Righthander Matt Betts got the win in game one, allowing just one hit.

Blair Gignac lead the way offensively with three hits and three runs scored in the 10-4 victory. Jordon Mountford had a homer. Ted Hall recorded the win in game two Saturday, a 13-0 thumping. Brian Doran and Mattingly Romanin had a multiple hit game. Game three Sunday morning was much closer, a 4-3 nail biter. Christian Fearon, Brandon Dailey, Jordon Mountford, Brian Doran, Anthony Vacca, Blair Gignac and Mattingly Romanin all recorded hits. Cole Peragine picked up the win on the mound. In game four the Terriers scored five runs in the first and five more in the second en route to a 13-3 drubbing. Brandon Dailey and Graham Tebbit both had two hits. Lefty Austin Huibers picked up the win. The Terriers play in Welland Tuesday versus the Rebels.
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