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Players Of The Week
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Sunday, May 8, 2011
18U Pitcher of the Week – Adam Anderson Anderson spun a 2 hit gem in game four of the series. He allowed only 2 hits over six innings in an 8-1 victory. Player of the Week – Nathan Desouza Desouza was the most consistent performer over the weekend with 7 hits in the series, 3 for extra bases. 17U Pitcher of the Week – Travis Seabrooke Travis Seabrooke threw four strong innings in the Terriers second win of the season Sunday.

He struck out three batters, gave up two base on balls and no earned runs. Travis pitched out of two potentially dangerous situations keeping his team in the game during the sixty-eight pitch outing. Player of the Week – Tobey Handley Tobey Handley generated a large portion of the offence this past weekend through his ability to get on base through walks, hit by pitcher and hits including one double. Once on the base baths he advanced on several occasions through straight and delayed steals and on short passed balls. Tobey scored three of the five runs in the win over the Oakville Royals 18u squad on Sunday. 16U Pitcher of the Week – Justin Carroll JC pitched 4 strong innings with 2 strikeouts picking up the 16U Terriers first win of the season. Player of the Week – Hee Do Kim Hee Do had 4 singles, 4 runs scored, 3 walks, 3 stolen bases and a RBI.
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