12 Terriers Will Attend Ontario Youth Team Final Camp, News (Terriers Baseball)

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12 Terriers Will Attend Ontario Youth Team Final Camp
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Congratulations to Adam Anderson, Toby Handley, Zack Sardellitti, Cal Quantrill, Travis Seabrooke, Kyle Thalheimer, Nick Dimpfel, Steve Jannetta, Tom Byckowski, Bruce Yari, Mike Clouthier, and Dayton Dawe, who have all been selected to attend the Ontario Youth Team final camp August 5-6 at Kinsmen Stadium in Oshawa. This is a tremendous accomplishment thus far, as over 200 players were at the tryouts three weeks ago.

The field has now been narrowed to 40. The Baseball Ontario coaching staff announced the list, which is dominated by Terriers, this morning. The final roster (20) will be selected at the final camp, and that group of young men will represent the province at the 2011 Baseball Canada Cup in Moncton, New Brunswick Aug 10-15. Over the past 5 years, 23 Terriers have participated in the 17u Canada Cup National Championship. Several were members of Ontario gold medal winning teams, and many have also gone on to play for Canada's Junior National Team. This is a fanatasic opportunity, and will be a great experience for players and parents alike. Congratulations and best of luck to all. To read Bob Elliott's article in the Toronto Sun, click here.
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