17S + 18S Sweep On Saturday In Quebec, News (Terriers Baseball)

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17S + 18S Sweep On Saturday In Quebec
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Friday, September 10, 2010
The SR Terriers won a come from behind thriller in game one on Saturday. Trailing 12-7 going into the bottom of the seventh, the Terriers rallied for six runs for a 13-12 victory. With runners at first and third and one out, trailing 12-11, Simon Clarke blasted a 2-1 pitch over the center fielders head scoring Mattingly Romanin all the way from first base to seal the win. In game two, right hander Dylan Grosul spun a complete game two hitter for a 2-1 Terrier victory.

Catcher Steve Jannetta had the game winning RBI with a sac fly to center field. The 17u Terriers' offense continued to fire on all cylinders with 9-4 and 10-4 wins in Trois Rivieres. In game one, Bryce Schumilus went six innings, striking out ten along the way. Catcher Nick Dimpfel led the charge with a towering two run homer. Turner Spears (2 RBI), Hunter Galloway, Averey Bet-Payumo (RBI) and Jonathan Palumbo (2 RBI) all had doubles in the 9-4 win. In game two shortstop Turner Spears lead the Terriers attack with four RBIs on two singles and two sac flies. In the fourth inning trailing 4-3, and L' Estades threatening, lefty Lee Condon struck out the five hitter and Nick Dimpfel hosed the runner at second base to snuff the rally and set the stage for the comeback win. Aaron Loder (2 3b,2 RS), Cal Quantrill (2b), Matt Wilcox (3b), Robert Grilli (1b), and Travis Seabrooke (1b) all had hits in this one. The big blow came off the bat of Hunter Galloway, who hit a mammoth home run to right. Lee Condon went four innings and was relieved by Cal Quantrill who recorded the win.
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