Two Thrillers Wrap Up Spring League, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Two Thrillers Wrap Up Spring League
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Saturday, May 26, 2012
Team Dailey managed by Scott Vandevalk and coached by Chris Hartery prevailed in the Terriers Spring League Championship Game Sunday in Port Hope.

Team Clarke, managed by Dean Dicenzo put up a valiant effort in the hard fought 5-2 contest. Clutch hitting by Joel Brophy and Aaron Loder, backed by outstanding pitching from Travis Laitar and Matt Beaton led the way to the victory. Team Burton, who was managed by Peter Angelow and coached by Greg Coughlin came away with a exciting 5-4 extra inning win in the days first game. The back and forth affair with Team Hunt came right down to a final at bat when Mike Morley laced a double to the right center field gap, scoring speedster Jake Osborne. Mike also picked up the win on the mound. Special thanks go out to the Quantrill family for hosting what was a great day of barbeque and baseball! All players will now rejoin their respective age specific teams for the US portion of their spring schedules. All three teams will play games against teams from the Western New York League. The Terriers will also have two teams in the WNY CAN-AM tournament June 8th weekend, while the 16u Terriers will travel to Ohio for a tournament in mid June. Several players will also be on their way to Oklahoma for the JR Sunbelt tournament next week.
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