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Terriers Players Of The Week
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Saturday, September 25, 2010
SR TERRIERS PLAYER OF THE WEEK ZACH SARDELLITTI- Zach did it all in Long Island on the weekend, including banging out 5 hits for four RBIs. SR TERRIERS PITCHER OF THE WEEK MATT FAULKNER- Matt threw a scoreless inning at Stony Brook University on Friday and five more solid innings in the Blue Chip Prospects tournament. 16U TERRIERS PLAYER OF THE WEEK BRUCE YARI - Bruce did it all at the plate going 5 and 9 with two walks.

He had a single, 2 doubles, a triple and a 2 run home run in three games. Bruce also pitched a complete game 2 hit, 5K shutout in the semi final game in Quebec. 16U TERRIERS CO-PITCHERS OF THE WEEK BRUCE YARI and BROCK BEIRNESS are the co-pitchers of the week. Bruce and Brock both had big game wins in the semis and finals respectively at the Lac St. Louis Fall Classic in Quebec to help bring home the championship. Bruce pitched a complete game 2 hit, 5K shutout and Brock had a complete game 3 hit, 9K outing.
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