Jrs Roll Over Bulldogs In Game One, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Jrs Roll Over Bulldogs In Game One
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Nashville, TN - The JR Terriers got off to a great start at the 17u World Series in Nashville on Thursday with a 9-1 thrashing of the Worth Bulldogs. Cal Quantrill got the start and did not allow a hit through three innings of work. He would strike out three, while being staked to a 3-0 lead. With one out in the top of the third, Robert Grilli roped a single through the 5-6 hole. After Robert stole second, Toby Handley walked, setting the stage for a two RBI triple by Aaron Loder.

Aaron would later score on a ground ball out by Travis Seabrooke. Lefty Lee Condon came on in the fourth and pitched through the 5th. He struck out three and got more insurance runs from his offense. Bruce Yari got the fourth inning rally started when he reached on an error by the Bulldogs shortstop. Bruce advanced on an Aaron Palmer single, then both scored on Hunter Galloway's two RBI double to the gap. Geoffrey Seto and TJ Baker would score later in the inning to put the Terriers ahead 8-0. The Bulldogs scored their lone run in the bottom of the sixth. The Terriers will play two games on Friday, completing pool play.
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