Terriers Rock Royals In Rare Triple Dip, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Terriers Rock Royals In Rare Triple Dip
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Sunday, June 5, 2011
Taking advantage of a rare sunny Sunday, the Ontario Terriers were hitting on all cylinders in a 3 game sweep of the Oakville Royals 18u. Not only did the 18’s sweep the Royals, they were almost flawless in their performance. Dayton Dawe, Steven Dressler, Eric Hall, Aaron Bain, Adam Anderson and Michael Clouthier held the Royals to 9 hits over their combined 21 innings of work. The Terriers defence committed only 3 errors on the day in 18-1, 7-1 and 12-2 wins at Riverside Park in Cambridge.

Aaron Bain gave up 2 hits in his fifth inning of work. The hits were the first he had surrendered after 13 consecutive hitless innings spread over his last 3 appearances. Offensively the Dawgs were led by Zac Sardeletti with 5 hits,(3 doubles and a SB) Nathan Desouza, 5 hits, Cole Peragine was 4 for 10 with a Double, 3BB, 5 RBI’s and 3 steals. Brian Doran had a bases clearing double as did Jordan Mountford in Game 3. Luke Sinclair stole their thunder going 4 for 5 with a double and 4 RBI’s. In Game 1, Mattingly Romanin highlighted the attack with a mammoth 3 run HR deep into the parking lot beyond the left field wall. Simon Clarke chipped in with a double and an RBI. David Head had 5 hits on the day including 2 double and 5 RBI’s, Blair Gignac was all over the base paths all day long scoring 5 times. The Terriers have won 6 of their past 8 heading into next weekend’s action.
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