17U's Take Two From Toronto Mets, News (Terriers Baseball)

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17U's Take Two From Toronto Mets
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Friday, October 1, 2010
Pitcher Mike Morley gave up one hit, one unearned run and struck out four Mets' batters on his way to a 4-1 win in the first half of a double-dip on Saturday in Oshawa. Bryce Schumilas threw three strong innings in relief as the Terriers hitters made very effective use of their five hits in scoring 4 runs. The key blow came in the second inning with two out when Robert Grilli hit a double scoring two Terriers.

The lead was never relinquished after that point in the game. Hunter Galloway had two singles, a walk, two stolen bases while scoring two runs. Cal Quantrill and Matt Beaton chipped in with an RBI each. In game two the Terriers punched out 10 hits on the way to a 11-9 win. The offence was lead by Aaron Palmer who had two hits including a double and 2 RBIs. Aaron Loder also had two hits and an RBI. Chris Willins, Bryce Schumilas, Travis Seabrooke, Travis Laitar, Averey Bet-Payumo and Turner Spears all chipped in with hits. Jonathan Palumbo extinguised a seventh inning rally to record the save.
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