Jun 18, 2011 | Dan Thompson | 301 views
Junior Terriers Sweep Niagara In Four Game Series
After trailing Niagara 3-0 in the fifth inning of the opener, the Terriers rallied for 5 runs in the next three innings for a 5-4 victory.
Robert Grilli and Toby Handley led the comeback scoring two runs a piece. In game two, the junior squad scored 12 times while allowing only three runs. The Terriers took advantage of several Niagara miscues and breezed to the victory. Cal Quantrill doubled and scored three times in the nightcap of the twin bill.
The Terriers won game three on Sunday by a score of 9-2. The offence was led by TJ Baker (2 for 3, including a triple) and Jonathan Palumbo (2 for 2, including a double, a triple and two walks). Game four saw the Terriers jump out to 2-0 lead and strong pitching by Travis Seabrooke and Lee Condon resulted in a 6-1 win.