Terriers 17U Take Two Of Three From Windsor 18S, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Terriers 17U Take Two Of Three From Windsor 18S
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Saturday, May 21, 2011
The Terriers 17u team took two of three from the Windsor Selects 18 year old team this past weekend.

In game one, the Terriers jumped out to an 8-0 lead before surrendering five runs in the fifth inning. The offensive outburst was lead by Geoffrey Seto who was two for three with two doubles, a walk and two RBIs and Travis Seabrooke who also had two doubles going three for five with one RBI. Others who contributed to the 13-5 win were Toby Handley (single, two walks and two RBIs); Aaron Loder (double); Nick Dimpfel (3 walks); Aaron Palmer (2 walks, RBI); Cal Quantrill (single, RBI); Averey Bet-Payumo (single, 2 RBIs) and Robert Grilli (single, walk). TJ Baker started and went 4 shut out innings for the win (3 strikeouts, 3 BBs and zero earned runs). In game two, strong pitching by Cal Quantrill lead the team to the 3-2 win. Quantrill threw five shut out innings giving up 3 base on balls and two hits while striking out three Selects batters. The Terriers scored all of their runs in the second inning. Hunter Galloway started the inning when he was hit by a pitch; he was then followed by a single by TJ Baker. Later in the inning Matthew Beaton drove in both runners on a mammoth shot that one-hoped the centre field fence. Beaton later scored on a passed ball and an error. In game three the junior squad fell short in the 4-3 loss but continued to hit the ball well including triples by Toby Handley, Aaron Palmer and Nick Dimpfel.
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