17S Split, 18S Complete Sweep, News (Terriers Baseball)

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17S Split, 18S Complete Sweep
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Saturday, September 11, 2010
After dropping game one Sunday morning by a score of 7-4, the 17u Terriers bounced back with a decisive 9-2 win in game two and closed out the weekend in Quebec with a 4 and 1 record. Travis Seabrooke had the ball for the Terriers in game two, and would go four strong innings before being relieved by Matthew Beaton who wrapped up the final three. The Terriers offense exploded for six runs in the top of the first to put this one away early.

Robert Grilli led the game off with a walk and advanced on a Geoffrey Seto single. Nick Dimpfel followed with a double for two RBIs then scored on a Averey Bet-Payumo single. The early rally continued with hits from Travis Laitar (RBI) and Turner Spears (2 RBI). Turner would have three hits in this game. Beaton (RBI) and TJ Baker also counted singles en route to the 9-2 drubbing. The SRs played one nine inning game Sunday morning and came away with a 7-1 win. Paul Anderson and Jeremy McDonald combined on a five hitter. Red hot lead off hitter Christian Fearon had two more hits and two stolen bases to spark the offense. Cole Peragine, Steve Jannetta and Brian Doran all had two hits while Blair Gignac, Eric Hall and Simon Clarke each had one. The win moves the SRs fall record to 7-1 vs Canadian college competition.
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