Jul 12, 2011 | Dan Thompson | 200 views
Terriers Down Bruins In Music City
Nashville,TN - The Terriers got in the win column on Wednesday at the World Series in Nashville with a convincing 8-0 victory over the North Columbus Bruins (OH).
The SRs had dropped game one earlier in the day, a 6-4 decision to the Music City Classics (TN).
In the top of the second of game two Jordan Mountford lead the inning off with a walk and would eventually score on a Steve Jannetta sac fly to center field.
The Terriers would take a 3-0 lead in the top of the third when Brian Doran and David Head reached base with a single and a walk. They would come around to score on a clutch two out RBI bullet double to right center by Jordan Mountford.
Armed with a 3-0 lead, right hander Cal Quantrill kept the Bruins at bay, weaving his way through four and a third innings, while the Terriers continued to tack on runs.
In the Terriers fourth, once again Steve Jannetta got a four run rally going with a lead off single to left. Blair Gignac followed that up with a single of his own through the five-six hole. Both runners would advance on a wild pitch then score on a two RBI single by Brian Doran. Third baseman David Head cranked the next pitch to the fence in right center, scoring Brian all the way from first.
Red Hot Nathan DeSouza rounded out the innngs hit brigade with a double of his own into the right field corner, cashing Head and making the score 7-0.
Columbus mounted a mini rally with back to back singles in the bottom of the fourth , but it was snuffed when Quantrill induced a 6-6-3 double play, Peragine unassisted to Mountford.
The Terriers added another run in the fifth en route to the 8-0 win.
Pool play continues on Thursday with a tilt versus the Tennessee Longhorns. Lefty, Adam Anderson has the ball for the Terriers.