16U Terriers Win 2 Of 3 Against Windsor, News (Terriers Baseball)

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16U Terriers Win 2 Of 3 Against Windsor
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Saturday, May 21, 2011
After a rough start in the opening game of the series, the Freshman Terriers bounced back with two solid performances.

In game two Will Prowse pitched 6 shutout innings picking up the win. Kevin Lucas came in to close it out in the 7th. Offensively, Wes Siekris smashed a one out triple in the 5th to set up a perfectly executed suicide squeeze by Ryan Grant to put the Dogs up 1-0. After a few defensive mistakes by the Selects in the 6th and an RBI double by Pat Coughlin, the Freshman Terriers scored two more for the 3-0 win. In game three the 16U Terriers got off to a fast start scoring 4 runs in the top of the first. Lead off hitter Hee Do Kim reached on an error followed by a Kyle Thalheimer single, an RBI double by Pat Coughlin, and a 2 RBI single by Logan Stewart. Jake Gerovac's fielders choice scored Coughlin to top off the scoring. In the top of the 2nd the bats stayed hot with singles by Tyler Hardie and Kim followed by a Thalheimer walk to load the bases. Coughlin hit a sac fly to score Hardie from third picking up his second RBI of the day. In the third Gerovac lead off with a double and eventually scored and in the 7th Thalheimer hit a double to score Kim for the 7th Terrier run of the game. Zach Choy chipped in with a single and 3 walks at the plate. Ryan Grant threw 5 innings picking up the win. Kevin Lucas pitched two shutout innings and once again shut the door on the Selects to preserve the 7-4 lead.
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