Jul 08, 2011 | Dan Thompson | 173 views
17S & 18S On A Roll In Rochester!
The 17u and 18u Terriers have both advanced to the final four of the St. John Fisher College Cardinals Classic in Rochester NY this weekend.
The 18s are 3 and 0 with wins over the Terriers 17s, the Rockland Astros and the Syracuse Thunder. Luke Sinclair got the win in game one, a game in which the SRs banged out 16 hits. Jordon Mountford, David Head, Nathan Desouza and Brian Doran all had two hits.
Mattingly Romanin, Tom Byckowski, Blair Gignac and Cole Peragine all had one.
Aaron Bain carved a shutout in game two, a 5-0 gem over the Astros.
Righthander Eric Hall went the distance and recorded the win in game three, a 2-0 shutout victory over the Thunder. Eric scattered just five hits, and did not walk a batter.
David Head and Brian Doran did all the damage offensively for the TerrierDavid had a two out RBI triple in the bottom of the first, scoring Doran who had singled.
In the bottom of the fourth, Brian scorched a 3-1 pitch to the right center field fence for a triple, then scored on a David Head RBI sac fly to right.
With the 2-0 victory the SR Terriers have won 14 of their last 15 games!
They will wrap up pool play Saturday night, before the playoff round on Sunday.
The JR Terriers got off to a great start with a 6-3 win over the Syracuse AmericanTJ Baker got the win and lefty Lee Condon picked up the save with two solid innings of work.
Travis Seabrooke lead the offense going 3-4 with a triple. Jon Palumbo was 3-3 with a double and 3 RBIAaron Loder was 2-2 with a walk, stolen base and a run scored.
After dropping game two to the SRs, the 17s bounced back with a 11-4 win over Rockland. Travis Laitar went six strong innings, giving way to Matthew Beaton in the 7th. Aaron Palmer had a great game at the plate with a double, a triple and three runs scored. Hunter Galloway was 2 for 2 with three RBIs.
In the 17s fourth game, Cal Quantrill singled to start a two run rally in the bottom of the second to put the Terriers out to a 2-0 lead. Syracuse would tie the game off starter Matthew Beaton in the sixth with two runs on two hits.
The game did not stay tied long however, as the JR Terriers loaded the bases in their half of the sixth and then Travis Seabrooke delievered a clutch RBI single for a 3-2 lead. They would go on to tack on three more runs on a pass ball and RBI singles by TJ Baker and Cal Quantrill. Make the final 6-2 Terriers.
Steven Dressler will start the semi final for the SRs and Cal Quantrill gets the nod for the JRs.